COLUMBIA - Redshirt sophomore Thomas Farr allowed just two hits in a five-inning start and the University of South Carolina baseball team belted out 12 hits in an 8-5 win over Clemson Saturday afternoon (Feb. 29) at Segra Park, home of the Columbia Fireflies.
Then in the ninth, Clemson loaded the bases with one out. After a strikeout by Brett Kerry, a walk brought in a run to make it 8-5.
Kerry got Kier Meredith to fly out to end the game.Farr struck out three and allowed just one earned run with a walk on two hits. Kerry picked up his first save of the season.At the plate, Heinrich was 2-for-3 with three RBI. Bowen, Clarke, Allen and Eyster each had two hits apiece.
- Attendace was 8,986 at Segra Park.
- Clarke now leads Carolina with five home runs and 15 RBI.
- Kerry earned his eighth career save in the win.
- Noah Myers had a pair of stolen bases, giving him four on the year.
- This is the first win on Saturday for Carolina in the Clemson series since 2015.