They were two of the 11 players selected for the all-tourney squad.
Boyd went 6-for-13 (.462) with five RBIs, one walk, and one stolen
base in three games, and he had two hits in each game. His tournament
highlight came against #4 North Carolina on May 23. With the bases
loaded and two outs in the 11th inning, he belted a walkoff single off
the wall in left field to give Clemson a 4-3 victory.
Harman set career-highs for innings pitched (7.1) and strikeouts (10)
in a starting role against the Tar Heels. He did not factor in the
decision, but he was a big reason the Tigers were able to pull out a
4-3 win in 11 innings. Harman, who was one of only two pitchers
selected to the all-tourney team, also allowed just seven hits and one
walk while throwing 107 pitches, including 74 strikes.
Boyd, Harman earn ACC Tourney honors
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