The 18th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs suffered a tough 20-3 loss to Mississippi State Sunday Afternoon in Athens, Georgia at Foley Field.
“It was a tough day, but a really good weekend. We just have to turn the page,” said head coach Scott Stricklin.
The Dawgs were able to salvage three runs from eight hits. Cory Acton and Chaney Rogers led Georgia today with two hits each. Garrett Brown went three innings, giving up three runs with three strikeouts. Georgia went through a total of eight pitching changes throughout the game.
Georgia plated their first two runs in the bottom of the second inning. Cory Acton hit a double to center field that scored Fernando Gonzalez and Rogers.
In the third, Rogers singled to left field and scored Connor Tate. In the fourth, Mississippi State plated four runs on two outs. In the sixth, MSU scored eight runs, which included a grand slam. Mississippi State went on to outscore the Dawgs 20-3.
The Dawgs will be back in action March 22nd against Georgia State in Lawrenceville, Georgia at Coolray Field. First pitch is scheduled to be thrown at 6:05 p.m.