The junior was hitting .409 in the Tigers' first six games of the season. He has one home run and six RBIs along with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 25 chances in the field.
The 2007 season has marked his third straight year as Clemson's starting shortstop. He hit .307 in 67 games as a sophomore on Clemson's 2006 ACC Championship and College World Series team. He was also the Tigers' leading hitter for the eight NCAA Tournament games last year with a .387 batting average.
Widmann Out Indefinitely Due to Neck Injury
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