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Nov. 2, 2014

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Garnet and Black tied 3-3 in game two of the Garnet & Black World Series on Sunday afternoon at Carolina Stadium. The two teams played nine innings. The series finale is scheduled for Monday at 3 p.m.


Both starting pitchers allowed two runs with right-hander Tyler Haswell allowing two runs on four hits in four innings and right-hander Reed Scott allowing two runs on four hits in 3.2 innings.


Junior infielder DC Arendas hit a solo home run for Black in the third inning.

Sophomore infielder Jordan Gore tallied a RBI single and three walks and scored a run as well for Black.

Senior first baseman Kyle Martin drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and also walked twice and singled for Garnet.

Sophomore outfielder Gene Cone singled, scored a run and walked twice for Garnet.

Junior infielder Marcus Mooney had two more hits and has four hits through two games in the Garnet & Black World Series. He also had a sacrifice bunt and was hit by a pitch.

Freshman right-hander Tyler Johnson pitched four scoreless innings of relief with three strikeouts. Right-handers Cody Mincey and Preston Johnson also had scoreless outings out of the pen for their respective teams.


Monday is the final day of the Garnet & Black World Series. First pitch is 3 p.m. at Carolina Stadium Admission is free.

South Carolina won the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship in 2010 and 2011 at the College World Series. South Carolina has 11 College World Series appearances, including six in the last 13 years. The Gamecocks own the second-highest win total in the nation in the last 15 years (2000 to the present) with a 713-289 record. South Carolina is one of five schools to appear in the NCAA Regional every season in the last 15 years, including 11 NCAA Super Regional appearances in that span, one of only two schools to accomplish the feat.