Junior Zane Evans had two hits, three RBI and picked up his third save
Georgia Tech snapped a two-game skid with its 799th win all-time at Russ Chandler Stadium
Georgia Tech scored four runs in the final two innings to snap a two-game skid
The Yellow Jackets reached the double-digit marks in runs for the 13th time
Georgia Tech improved to 13-1 with its eighth consecutive victory
Georgia Tech at Ohio State (Photos by Jim Morris, JM Photography)
A three-year baseball letterwinner and four-year football letterwinner at Buford (Ga.) High School... Played baseball under head coach Tony Wolfe and football for Jess Simpson... Finished his senior year on the mound with a 6-2 record and a 1.29 ERA... Struck out 102 in 65 innings... Was named to ESPNU's 2012 All-State baseball team... Also earned Gwinnett Daily Post "Super Six" honors... Helped lead Buford to the baseball title in 2011 and a regional title in 2012... Was 7-2 in 2011 with a 2.03 ERA and 77 strikeouts in 48 innings... Was the starting quarterback for Buford's football team, which were the state runner-up in 2012... Buford won state football titles his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons... Was a four-year honor roll member at Buford and an Academic All-County pick in 2012... Played summer baseball for the East Cobb Yankees and was part of the 2012 Perfect Game 18U National Championship team.
Full name is Samuel Thomas Hunter Clay... Born June 21, 1993 in Knoxville, Tenn... Son of Darby and Belinda Clay... Is one of five siblings -- Jerod, Cody, Justine and Jaime... His sister Justine played soccer at Piedmont College and was a four-time All-Conference pick and the school's first-ever Academic All-America in any sport... Lists winning the Perfect Game 18U National Championship as his most memorable athletic achievement... Intends to major in biology.