Georgia improved to 41-13 and earned a spot in Sunday’s regional final in Athens. First pitch set for 12 p.m. Georgia opponent TBD.
The offense scattered seven total hits, five of which went for extra bases in the contest. Mixed with seven hitters for seven different hitters Jayda Kearney, Sarah MosleySidney Chamlbey, and Jayden Goodwin They all leave the campus on Saturday.
Madison Kerpix (19-6) went five innings in her start, allowing two runs on four hits. She had one hit and one walk. Shelby Walters He went two innings out of the pen and gave up one run on two hits.
Goodwin put the Bulldogs ahead in the third, sending the first pitch over the wall in center, 1-0 Georgia. The shot was her sixth home run of the season.
Virginia Tech’s (38-19) Emma Ritter hit a two-run home run in the fourth to make it 2-1 at Georgia.
The Bulldogs responded with four runs in the middle of the inning. Two out of one, Sydney and He drove in a pinch Hayley Eaton Double off the wall in right center to tie the game 2-2. The next batter, Chamblee blasted her second home run of the regional to put Georgia ahead 5-2 after four innings. The home run moved Chamblee’s double-digit mark to 10 of the season.
A two-run shot up the middle of Kearney’s bat into the bleachers extended Georgia’s lead to 7-2 in the fifth. Mosley hit a solo home run of her own in Georgia’s fourth, extending the Bulldogs’ lead to 8-2.
Virginia Tech got one back on an RBI groundout in the top of the sixth, 8-3.
Walters retired the Hokies in the seventh to secure the win for Georgia.