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Gamecocks lose game 2 to Vanderbilt

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

The South Carolina baseball team lost to Vanderbilt 5-2 Saturday at Carolina Stadium.

It was the second game of a three-game series in Columbia.  South Carolina falls to 33-14 overall and 13-10 in the SEC.  Vanderbilt improves to 41-6 and 21-2 in the conference.

The final game of the series Sunday has been moved to a Noon start time because of the weather forecast in Columbia. 

Vanderbilt starter Tyler Beede took a no-hitter into the 7th inning to earn the win.  Beede is 12-0 on the year. 

South Caroling starter Jordan Montgomery suffered his first loss of the season and is 3-1. He allowed four runs, three earned, on six hits in 2.2 innings with a walk.

Vanderbilt tallied 14 runs, all singles.

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