Auburn fell 13-7 to Clemson on Monday night to end the season 43-21 overall…
Plenty Of Hits, But Not Enough Clutch Ones
Auburn, Ala.--Despite having at least one hit in all nine innings, Auburn couldn't come through with enough clutch hits to advance to the super regional round of the NCAA Baseball Tournament. Falling 13-7 to Clemson on Monday night at Plainsman Park, Auburn's second batter of the game, Dan Gamache, smacked the first of a dozen Auburn singles. The Tigers had five doubles and a pair of solo home runs in the game that featured 12 stranded AU runners and three others erased by double plays. "We had a lot of base hits and a lot of base runners," noted Auburn coach John Pawlowski. "We hit into a lot of double plays unconventionally. We had some opportunities. "Clemson did a great job," he added...
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