Clemson baseball commit helps Powdersville win state title

The Clemson baseball program has much more excitement for its future after some incredible performances from its future commit.

One is from junior pitcher Landon Fowler, who helped lead Powdersville High School in South Carolina to their first state championship in program history, defeating Hanahan in the final. 

Fowler pitched six innings as the starter, striking out three batters while only allowing two hits. The right-hander would only walk one other batter en route to six shutout innings, which improved Powdersville’s chances. 

The junior standout would also earn two hits at the plate, driving in three runs in the win on Saturday afternoon. 

However, his ability to bounce back stands out the most about the future Tiger’s performance. The right-hander allowed four runs in four innings in the first game of the series before bouncing back in the final game of the season. 

Fowler committed to the Tigers in September 2023, announcing it on his social media. Entering his senior year next season, Fowler will hope to continue to build on his success this past season. 

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