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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | May 8, 2017

Watch: 102-year-old Clemson fan throws out first pitch

  Ruth Davidson celebrated her 102nd birthday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Monday afternoon.

It was a special birthday No. 102 for Ruth Davidson on Monday. Yes, I said 102.

Davidson, a 102-year-old Clemson fan, visited Doug Kingsmore Stadium for Monday's matinee baseball game against Nevada and delivered the first pitch to celebrate her birthday for the second straight year. She tossed an underhanded throw to righthander Patrick Andrews and had the chance to interact with players and coaches before the game.

Clemson then gave Davidson another birthday present in a 9-4 rubber game win.

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