No. 11 Clemson 4, Presbyterian 2
CLEMSON - Right-hander Clate Schmidt tossed 42/3 scoreless innings in relief of one-hit ball to pace Clemson (6-1) past Presbyterian College (4-3-1) at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
Schmidt (1-1) earned the win by allowing just one single, no runs and one walk with one strikeout, while Matt Campbell recorded his first save of the year. Blue Hose starter Brian Kehner (0-2) tossed 61/3 effective innings, but suffered the loss.
The Tigers, who have won six games in a row, tallied five hits and scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning to take the lead for good.
Clemson faces No. 3 South Carolina in a three-game series that starts in Columbia on Friday.
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