CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. — Clemson rallied from a 3-1 deficit with three runs in the fifth inning and two runs in the seventh inning in its 6-3 victory over Boston College on Sunday afternoon.
Clemson’s (18-18, 9-9 ACC) fifth-inning outburst was highlighted by Reed Rohlman’s two-run single.
In the seventh inning, the Tigers added two unearned runs without a hit to take a 6-3 lead.
Tigers starter Brody Koerner (4-4) earned the win, allowing eight hits, three runs (two earned) and two walks with a career-high nine strikeouts.
Pat Krall pitched the final 11/3 innings to record his first save as a Tiger.
GAINESVILLE, FLA. — Florida jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second inning and scored in six of eight innings on the way to a win over South Carolina (23-14, 6-9 SEC).
Gamecocks starter Taylor Widener (1-3) suffered the loss in his first start of the year.
He allowed five runs, four earned, on six hits with four walks and three strikeouts in 31/3 innings.
South Carolina got on the scoreboard in the sixth inning on a solo homer by Gene Cone.
Wofford withstood a late rally by The Citadel for a victory at Riley Park.
Wofford led, 7-3, at the seventh-inning stretch, but the Bulldogs had the winning run at the plate in the bottom of the ninth before a fly ball ended the game. The Terriers won the weekend conference series against the Bulldogs for the second straight season.
The Bulldogs (16-18, 2-7 SoCon) had three hits each from Connor Walsh and Stephen Windham.
MOUNT PLEASANT — College of Charleston downed Elon in a rubber game to claim its fourth straight Colonial Athletic Association series at Patriots Point.
Charleston (24-8, 11-1) bounced back from an arduous offensive outing on Saturday with eight runs on 12 hits in the series finale, the Cougars’ seventh game with 10 hits or better in eight tries.
The Cougars, winners of 10 of their last 11 games, got seven of their 12 hits out of Nick Pappas (4 for 5) and Champ Rowland (3 for 3 with a sacrifice).
Carter Love (3-0) earned the win after coming on to pitch out of a jam in the sixth inning, and pitching 21/3 scoreless innings with just one hit allowed.
Charleston Southern scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh — all with two outs — to rally from a three-run deficit and seize a sweep of Gardner-Webb at CSU Ballpark.
CSU (16-18, 6-6 Big South) had 14 hits in the game, but was scoreless until breaking through with six hits and all of its runs in the seventh.
Jack Crittenberger’s pinch-hit single off of reliever Brad Haymes plated Cole Murphy with the decisive run.