Wofford upends Buccaneers, 12-4, to even season series at oneMay 4, 2004
By CSU Sports Information
|Jordan Haar had two hits in defeat|
CHARLESTON, SC - Wofford College pounded out 14 hits and took advantage of five CSU errors to defeat the Buccaneers, 12-4, in college baseball action at Buccaneer field on Tuesday afternoon.
Wofford freshman third baseman Eric Sturkie went four-for-five with two runs batted in to pace the Terrier attack offensively. The Terriers improved to 17-23 overall while the Buccaneers had their three-game winning streak snapped and dropped to 20-25 overall.
Wofford starter Chris Clark (2-3) earned the victory, pitching into the sixth inning and allowing three earned runs. Nick Hewitt pitched the final four innings, allowing a run on no hits.
For the second time in a week, the Buccaneers defense committed five errors. The miscues led to six unearned runs. Starter Jimmy Trenor (0-1) took the loss, allowing four runs (two earned) in three innings. Drew Grosse and Jordan Haar each had two hits for the Bucs, which tallied only six hits in the game.
Charleston Southern returns to action on Wednesday night, visiting nationally-ranked Clemson. The Bucs host Coastal Carolina in a key Big South Conference series this weekend.Related Item: Box Score