Clemson, OSU deadlocked going into sixth inning

May, 30, 2009
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Top seed Clemson and No. 3 seed Oklahoma State remain deadlocked in a 0-0 tie going into the sixth inning in Saturday night's game at the Clemson Region.

The Pokes have been unable to muster much of anything against Tigers starter Casey Harman, who allowed only one hit in the first five innings. The left-handed sophomore from South Burlington, Vt., has retired eight straight hitters and allowed only Neil Medchill's single in the first. Harman has struck out six batters and walked two.

The Tigers have had a couple of chances to score against Pokes starter Andrew Oliver, but lined into double plays in both the fourth and fifth innings. Oliver has allowed only three hits and struck out four in the first five innings.



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