Justin Smoak hit two homeruns on Friday night against Wofford.
June 1, 2007
Final Stats |
Columbia, S.C. -
South CarolinaJustin Smoak recorded his first multi-homerun game of the season. This is the second multi-homerun game of his career. With Smoak's two homeruns today, he passes Derick Urquhart for tenth all-time with thirty-seven homeruns.
With today's performance pitcher Harris Honeycutt topped over one hundred strikeouts for the season with 104.
South Carolina's two homeruns today tied them for the nation's homerun lead with Wofford, who also has 106 homeruns on the season.
The Gamecocks are 36-2 this season when they out hit opponents.