Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson’s national title wins in Miami, Tampa and San Jose, sure. And South Carolina’s baseball titles in Omaha, and women’s basketball in Dallas. But try finding something more impactful on S.C. soil than Phil Mickelson’s historic Ocean Course triumph.

COLUMBIA — Wes Clarke hit his 21st home run of the season and John Gilreath pitched five innings of relief, but a six-run fourth frame lifted No. 5 Tennessee to a 10-4 win over the No. 21 University of South Carolina baseball team on May 20 at Founders Park.

The Citadel's 2-10 record for 2020-21 included three losses to FBS squads, including a No. 1-ranked Clemson team, and losses by five points to Army, one point to Chattanooga, and a touchdown each to Western Carolina and ETSU. 


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