Game Setup
• Who: Presbyterian (12-22) vs. Wofford (22-11)
• When: Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.
• Where: PC Baseball Complex (Clinton, S.C.)
• Live Stats:
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• Admission is free

Series Histories (since 2008)
• Overall vs. Wofford – PC leads 14-11
- At PC – Series tied 5-5

Starting Pitchers

• RHP Andrew Durden (0-1) vs. RHP Scottie Wallace (0-0) 

PC Notables
• 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.

Scouting Wofford
• 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).

Milestone Watch
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.