ATHENS, Ga. – A two-run residence run within the backside of the eighth inning off the bat of freshman catcher Lyndi Rae Davis lifted No. 14/13 Georgia over USC Upstate Wednesday night at Jack Turner Stadium, 5-3.
Georgia climbs to 36-9 on the season.
Junior Sara Mosley’s scorching streak continued with two hits and driving in three of Georgia’s 5 runs. Her 14thhome run of the season places her within the group lead within the class. Senior Lacey Fincher additionally added two hits within the sport. The pair mixed for 50 % of Georgia’s eight hits.
Sophomore Madison Kerpics labored three and two-thirds innings in her begin within the circle, permitting two runs on 4 hits. Britton Rogers (9-1) earned the win within the circle, working 4 and a 3rd innings out of the pen, permitting only one run on three hits. Rogers fanned 5 Spartans in her outing.
The Spartans (41-5) touched residence within the prime of the third on an RBI single to heart to go forward 1-0.
A two-out double off the highest of the wall in heart by Sydney Kuma arrange Mosley for a two-run go-ahead residence run within the backside of the inning to go up 2-1.
Upstate responded instantly within the prime of the fourth with a leadoff solo shot to left discipline to retie the sport at 2-all. Another solo homer within the prime of the fifth put the Spartans again in entrance, 3-2.
Mosley picked up her third RBI of the sport when she drove in Mackenzie Puckett within the backside of the fifth to tie the sport up as soon as once more, 3-3.
Both groups have been held scoreless within the sixth and seventh innings to ship the sport into extras.
Rogers retired Upstate so as within the prime of the eighth. A leadoff single and back-to-back fielder’s selection put a runner on first with two out. Davis lifted a excessive fly ball to heart that went out for her second residence run, strolling off the Spartans, 5-3.
The Bulldogs are again in motion this weekend with a three-game collection in opposition to LSU at Jack Turner Stadium. The collection begins Friday at 6 p.m.