The Richmond, Va., native allowed just five hits, two runs and one walk while striking out seven in the win over the Gamecocks. It was his second-straight complete game, as he went the distance against Georgia on April 6, allowing five hits.
He became the first Tiger to throw back-to-back complete games since 2000 and is the only pitcher in the ACC to have thrown two complete games this season. The sophomore is 3-1 on the season with a 0.79 ERA, 41 strikeouts, a save and is holding opponents to a league-low .164 batting average. He has only allowed 24 hits, four earned runs and 14 walks in 45.1 innings pitched.
Faris ACC Pitcher of the Week
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