The left-handed slugger, who owns USC's freshman homerun record, had to leg out a trip to complete the feat.
"The gap is 418 [feet] here to left-center and I probably hit it 415," Clement told the story to MiLB.com. "I wasn't even thinking of going three since I'm so slow. I turned around and saw the ball in the gap and [thought], 'If I can't get to third on this ball, I'm really slow.'
"I got to third and our third-base coach, Jeff Branson, high-fived me. Then a Syracuse coach came over and asked, 'Was that for the cycle?' I said, 'No.' Then I got to thinking and realized that it was. If I had known [beforehand], I probably wouldn't have squared the ball up so well."
Clement was last in the major leagues in 2010. He should be on the cusp of a call-up though hitting .307 this season in triple-A.