• Who: Presbyterian (12-22) vs. Wofford (22-11)
• When: Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.
• Where: PC Baseball Complex (Clinton, S.C.)
• Live Stats: www.GoBlueHose.com
• Social Media – @PresbyterianBSB (Twitter) | @BlueHoseSports (Twitter)
• Admission is free
Series Histories (since 2008)
• Overall vs. Wofford – PC leads 14-11
- At PC – Series tied 5-5
• RHP Andrew Durden (0-1) vs. RHP Scottie Wallace (0-0)
• The Blue Hose picked up a 9-2 road win in February over Wofford thanks in part to 11 hits and 6.0 strong innings from starter Tanner Chock.
• PC has won three consecutive Big South series (Charleston Southern, Liberty, UNCA) and are 7-5 in their last 12 games.
• The Blue Hose will play their next four games at home before playing their next 10 games on the road.
• PC has recorded at least 10 hits in five of their last seven games and tied their season-high with 18 hits on April 4 against NC A&T.
• McClain Bradley leads the Terriers with a .370 batting average and 50 hits, while Mack Nathanson is hitting .357 with 40 hits and leads the team with 37 runs, 12 doubles, and 34 RBI.
• Matt Ellmyer (5-0, 4.91 ERA) and Adam Scott (5-2, 3.15 ERA) are leading Wofford from the mound. Anthony Garcia (2-0, 2.73 ERA) has a team-high four saves over 16 relief appearances and 26.1 innings pitched.
• Wofford owns a 4-6 road record this season, but are 7-3 in their last 10 games.
Going … Going … Gone!
• The Blue Hose have hit at least one home run in eight consecutive games.
• The streak stretches back to a 13-7 win on March 29 against Liberty that saw Thatcher Coleman hit a pinch hit grand slam in the sixth inning.
• PC has 14 home runs over the last eight games with eight different players contributing.
• Nick Wise leads the team with four home runs over that stretch (two grand slams, two solo), while AJ Priaulx has three (solo, two-run, three-run).
Players Ranked in the Big South and Nationally
• AJ Priaulx leads the Big South in batting average (.403), hits (56), doubles (12), and total bases (83) while ranking 23rd, 2nd, 37th and 26th nationally for those respective categories.
• The senior outfielder is also ranked in the Big South’s top-5 for RBI (31), slugging percentage (.597) and sac flies (3).
• Jonathan White is ranked in the Big South’s top-3 for batting average (.386), hits (51) and runs (31). The junior infielder ranks 11th nationally for hits and 50th for batting average.
• Nick Wise is ranked 5th in the Big South with six home runs.
• Freshman Grayson Stoneking is t4th in the Big South with 15 pitching appearances.
• Sophomore Eric Miles leads the Big South and is ranked 8th nationally with 6 victories.
Thriving in Big South Play
• Jonathan White is batting a team best .531 (26-for-49) with 17 runs, 14 RBI, 32 total bases, five walks and two HBP in conference games.
• Andrew Bladt has the team’s only triple and is batting .419 (13-for-31), while Nick Wise has five home runs and 16 RBI, and Nick Guimbarda has been walked 10 times.
The Hits Keep Coming
• The Blue Hose lead the Big South with 322 hits.
• Jonathan White has recorded at least two hits in the last eight consecutive games. He leads the team with 16 multi-hit games this season.
• PC has recorded two games with +18 hits for the first time since 2015 when the team had two 19-hit games and a 20-hit game.
All About That Base
• AJ Priaulx leads the Big South with 83 total bases this season which ranks him 26th nationally.
• Jonathan White and Nick Wise are tied for sixth in the Big South with 66 total bases.
• The last player to break into the program's top-10 for total bases in a season was Weston Jackson (133, t10th).
• AJ Priaulx eclipsed 100 RBI and 150 hits for his career earlier this season. The senior is two hits away from his season-best (58) and has already established a season-best with 12 doubles.
• Andrew Bladt is three HBP away from ranking within the program’s top-10 for a season (12).
• Nick Wise (99), TJ Richardson (94), and Nick Guimbarda (89) are all approaching 100 career hits.
• The Blue Hose have won three-straight Big South series for only the third time in program history. They will be attempting to win a program-best four consecutive conference series this weekend at home against Campbell.