by David Hood
- Senior Writer
- 2018-02-20 20:34:04.0
Grayson Byrd tags out a Furman baserunner
CLEMSON – Chris Williams drove in a career-high six runs and hit his first homer of the season as No. 11 Clemson defeated Furman 12-4 Tuesday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
Williams crushed a three-run homer to right-center as part of a four-run fifth as Clemson improved to 4-0 on the season. Furman suffered its first loss of the season and fell to 3-1. Patrick Cromwell had three hits, drove in three and scored twice while Seth Beer and Robert Jolly each had two hits and scored twice. Clemson had 13 hits.
Clemson scored 11 runs in innings five through seven.