WATCH: Monte Lee, players on series win over Nevada

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Rohlman homered for the fifth time this season

CLEMSON - No. 8 Clemson used a four-run first and got stellar relief pitching for a second straight day as the Tigers
defeated Nevada 9-4 Monday afternoon a perfect spring day in Doug Kingsmore Stadium in the rubber match of a three-game series. The win was the 80th in the Clemson career of head coach Monte Lee.

Clemson imrpoves to 36-12 with the win, Nevada falls to 15-31

Pat Krall pitched six innings, giving up four runs (three earned) in picking up the win and improved to 7-1 on the season.

Reed Rohlman, Jordan Greene, Kyle Wilkie and Grayson Byrd had two hits each for the Tigers. Rohlman also homered in Clemson’s 11-hit attack.

Ryley Gilliam pitched the final three innings, picking up the save - his fourth of the season

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