#7 Georgia (46-11) vs. #10 Tennessee (48-12)
Dates: May 25-27, 2018
Game Times: 5/3/3 p.m., EDT
Location: Athens, Ga.
Stadium: Jack Turner Stadium
TV: ESPNU (Friday) / ESPN (Saturday, Sunday)
Streaming Video: Watch ESPN
Live Stats: GeorgiaDogs.com
Twitter Updates: @UGAsoftball
#7 Georgia softball will host #10 Tennessee in the NCAA Super Regional at Jack Turner Stadium this weekend. The best-of-three series begins Friday at 5 p.m. in Athens, Georgia.
The winner of the Super Regional will clinch a spot in the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.
Follow the Bulldogs
» The opening game of the Super Regional will air on ESPNU while games two and three (if necessary) will air on ESPN. Alex Loeb will provide play-by-play while Megan Willis will provide analysis.
» Every game will stream online on the via Watch ESPN and the ESPN app.
» Live stats will be available. Live stat links can be found on the softball schedule atGeorgiaDogs.com.
» Live Twitter updates will be available all season long at @UGAsoftball.
NCAA Tournament Tidbits
» 2018 is Georgia’s 17th-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance.
» Georgia is 65-35 all-time in NCAA Tournament action, advancing to 10 Super Regionals and three Women’s College World Series. The 2009 and 2010 seasons saw the Bulldogs advance to the Final Four.
» In Regional action alone, Georgia is 48-17
» In Super Regional play, Georgia is 8-12 all-time; however, the Bulldogs are 6-4 in Athens.
» Athens will be host to its fifth NCAA Super Regional. Athens has hosted 10 Regionals in the past including 2018.
» In Athens, Georgia is 38-11in NCAA Tournament play; in just home Regional action, UGA is 33-7.
» Four current Bulldogs were part of the team that last hosted an NCAA Regional (2016): Cortni Emanuel, Brittany Gray, Alyssa DiCarlo, and Kylie Bass
» The Bulldogs faced 14 total teams in this season’s NCAA Tournament field and posted a 23-10 record against said teams.
Georgia trails 32-40
» The Bulldogs won the 2018 regular-season meeting with Tennessee, 2-1, in Knoxville. It was the first series win over Tennessee since 2010, also in Knoxville.
» The series finale was Georgia’s first shutout of the Lady Vols since the 2012 Super Regional in Knoxville.
» The series was the first time Tennessee has been run-ruled in back-to-back games at home ever in the program’s history.
» Georgia visited Knoxville in the 2012 Super Regional; the Lady Vols won in three games
» Georgia and Tennessee last met in 2016 in Athens
» Tennessee has won four of the last six series
» Georgia’s record in Knoxville is 17-17 compared to its 13-18 record in Athens