WATCH: Lee, players on win over Nevada in series opener


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Barnes earned the win

CLEMSON – Monte Lee shook up the lineup in the hopes of shaking his team out of a three-game losing streak, and it worked as No. 6 Clemson defeated Nevada 5-2 Saturday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Clemson improved to 35-11 with the win, while Nevada fell to 14-30.

Charlie Barnes pitched six innings and picked up the win in improving to 5-3 on the season. Chris Williams homered, had three hits and drove in two runs before leaving with an injury in the seventh.

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