Stoneburner throws 2-hit shutout as Clemson beats N.C. State

CLEMSON, S.C. - Freshman right-hander Graham Stoneburner pitched a two-hit shutout as Clemson beat North Carolina St. 2-0 in Atlantic Coast Conference action.

Stoneburner (4-0) issued one walk and struck out seven Sunday for the Tigers' (14-7, 4-5 ACC) first individual shutout since Josh Cribb shut down the College of Charleston in June 2005.

Eryk McConnell (2-1) gave up both Clemson runs in the first inning to take the loss for the Wolfpack (13-7, 4-5).

Clemson's offense was led by Doug Hogan who went 2-for-4, hitting a double and a triple, and scored a run.



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