ACC Roundup

Miami blanks Clemson

News ServicesMay 25, 2013 

— Bryan Radziewski threw eight shutout innings and Miami beat Clemson 7-0 on Saturday at the ACC baseball tournament.

Radziewski struck out five and allowed four hits to help the eighth-seeded Hurricanes (36-23) wrap up 1-2 at the tournament, snap a three-game losing streak and send the fifth-seeded Tigers (39-20) to an 0-3 finish in Durham.

Brad Fieger gave the Hurricanes all the offense they would need with a two-run double in the first inning.

Steven Duggar had two hits to lead Clemson, which made three errors. The Tigers will enter the NCAA tournament on a five-game losing streak.

Virginia 7, Florida State 4 (12): Virginia’s Kenny Towns raced home from first on a routine single to save Virginia from defeat, then made the Cavaliers winners in the 12th inning with a three-run homer at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Towns’ heroics allowed Virginia to top Florida State in a round-robin game.

It was the seventh straight ACC Tournament loss – dating back to the 2011 championship game – for the Seminoles. It ended a tough week for Mike Martin’s team. FSU lost a one-run game at North Carolina on Monday before the tournament, gave up two runs with two outs in the ninth to lose by one to Georgia Tech in their opener, lost by one on a walkoff home run against Virginia Tech on Thursday and lost Saturday’s 12-inning marathon.

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