UGA vs Mizzou Softball: Bulldogs Swing for the Fences

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UGA vs Mizzou Softball: Bulldogs Swing for the Fences

Georgia infielder Alyssa DiCarlo (8) (Photo by Emily Selby)
Georgia infielder Alyssa DiCarlo (8)
(Photo by Emily Selby)

UGA vs Mizzou Softball: The long ball highlighted the day for the 10th-ranked Bulldogs, who took a five-inning 10-0 win over the 14th-ranked Tigers.
The Bulldogs recorded four home runs on the day, led by Alyssa DiCarlo notching two, as she was 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI. Lacey Sumerlin and Tina Iosefa also went yard in the game. Sumerlin posted a multi-hit game with two along with Sydni Emanuel, as each had an RBI.
Brittany Gray (10-4) earned the win after holding the Tigers to two hits while striking out three. Kylie Bass finished the final frame, allowing just one walk.
Georgia scored in each inning, as a double steal attempt allowed Cortni Emanuel to get the first run. DiCarlo then hit the game’s first home run to make it 3-0. It became 4-0 in the second after an RBI single from S. Emanuel scored Katie Browne.
The freshmen in the lineup made it 6-0 after three, as DiCarlo hit a leadoff home run over right field while Sumerlin hit her home run later in the frame. A throwing error from the Tigers quickly made it 7-0 in the next inning while Iosefa got in on the home run brigade, sending a two-out shot for the 9-0 advantage.
Samantha LaZear sealed the win at 10-0 in her plate appearance of the fifth inning, as she reached on a hit while rounding the final three bases after a Tiger fielding error went to the outfield.
The series concludes on Sunday with the game beginning at one p.m. ET on SEC Network+/WatchESPN.
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