WATCH: Monte Lee, Chad Holbrook and players following Clemson's win

by - Senior Writer -

Clate Schmidt put together a quality start and Chris Okey hit a two-run triple as Clemson (7-2) defeated No. 13 South Carolina (10-1) 5-0 Saturday afternoon in front a record crowd of 7,216 fans at Fluor Field, evening the Reedy River Rivalry at a game apiece.

The rubber match of the series will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Okey drove in three runs and Chase Pinder had a solo homer for the Tigers.

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