Monday, February 12, 2007


Well carolina started out hot but could not pull in that #1 ranking as Clemson took over as the top spot.

Carolina scored 34 runs, team batting average .382 and hit 7 HR, this weekend up in Wilmington


Lonnie Chisenhall •

South CarolinaOF •

Newport, N.C.
In the first weekend of his collegiate career, Chisenhall went 7-for-14 (.500) at the plate with three multi-hit games, at the Hughes Brothers Challenge … His 3-for-3 performance vs. Western Kentucky included two triples that tied a single game school record, the 13th player in school history to accomplish the feat.
Over the weekend, five of his seven hits were extra base hits (two doubles, two triples, one home run) and his seven RBI in three games tied for the highest mark on the squad.

1 comment:

Ian owns Indy said...

Clemson University and the University of South Carolina are ranked 1-2 in the nation in this week's Collegiate Baseball newspaper poll.

The Tigers, who open their season at home Friday against George Mason, were second in the previous poll.

Rice, No.1 last week, lost three of four games and fell to No. 6 in the rankings.

South Carolina, who won three games in the Hughes Brothers Challenge over the weekend, moved up one spot from third.

Vanderbilt, North Carolina and Florida State complete the top five.

South Carolina plays Liberty in Charleston on Friday in the first of three games in a tournament sponsored by The Citadel.