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June 4, 2004

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Game Notes
South Carolina vs. The Citadel
June 4, 2004

Gamecocks lead the all-time series 110-43-1.

The Citadel

– Will play Coastal Carolina at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday in an elimination game

– The seven runs allowed by Ken Egleton ties the most that he has allowed this season. (7 vs. CofC, Georgia Southern). The two home runs are the most he has allowed this season in a game. He allowed one in a game against six different opponents.

– Josh Stackley home run in the eight inning was his eighth of the season while Mark Egleton’s homer was his fifth on the season.

South Carolina

– Will play North Carolina at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday in the winners bracket game.

– Brendan Winn recorded his fifth assist of the year when he threw out Matt Matulia at home plate. The Gamecocks have 14 assists from their outfielders this year.

– Ryan Mahoney hit his second home run of the season in the fourth inning. The first home run of his career came on April 7th against Clemson. The two RBI’s tied a career high, which also came against Clemson on April 7th.

– Steve Pearce homer was the 17th of the season.

– Mark Stanley’s homer was the first of his career.

– The 12 runs are the most runs USC has scored since scoring 12 against Tennessee on May 16.

– Carolina is 25-2 against non-conference opponents this season.

– Aaron Rawl struck out eight batters in seven innings pitched. In his last two starts, he has struck out 16 in 15 innings pitched, while walking only one. Rawl eight strike outs tied his season high.

– Kevin Melillo tied his season and career high with three hits.