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
CUTigers.com Top Stories
ACC CHAMPIONSHIP POST-GAME INTERVIEWSWatch Dabo Swinney, Deshaun Watson and more Clemson coaches and players discuss their second consecutive ACC Championship on Saturday night!
CUTigers.comSunday at 11:18 AM
PLAYOFF REPEAT FOR TIGERS#2 Clemson will join Alabama as the only two programs to make repeat trips to the College Football Playoff.
CUTigers.comSunday at 10:10 AM
ANOTHER CLEMSON CHAMPIONSHIP!!!#3 Clemson held on to beat #23 Virginia Tech 42-35 for its first back-to-back ACC Titles in 28 years.
CUTigers.comSaturday at 11:52 PM
ACC CHAMPIONSHIP PRESS CONFERENCEWatch Dabo Swinney's Press Conference Prior to the ACC Championship Game Between #3 Clemson and #23 Virginia Tech!
CUTigers.comSaturday at 9:38 AM
WHAT WE ARE HEARING: ACC Championship#3 Clemson looks to secure its second consecutive College Football Playoff berth by winning a record 16th ACC Title and its first back-to-back titles in 28 years!
CUTigers.comFriday at 3:06 PM