Georgia’s now 29-18 overall and 7-15 in SEC play with two games left of the regular season.
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No. 20 Georgia started its road trip in the win column by beating Kennesaw State 3-1 Wednesday at Bailey Park.
The series loss tallies the Bulldogs’ conference record to 4-5 and 23-7 overall on the season.
Georgia evened the series against Missouri with a 14-10 win Saturday night at Jack Turner Stadium. The Bulldogs’ 14 runs and 15 hits were both season-highs.
Right-handed pitcher Mary Wilson Avant recorded a shutout, 11 strikeouts and a near no-hitter in the win over the Pirates.
Mathis finished with seven strikeouts and one hit in seven innings pitched against the Panthers.
The Bulldogs posted a 3-0 record in their first road trip of the year and are now 9-2 on the season.
Georgia softball faced off against James Madison for the second time this weekend, winning the game in six innings for a final score of 13-5.
It was a quiet start for the Georgia softball team Wednesday night, but the silence broke in the fourth inning when the Bulldogs had a four-run rally, propelling them to a 5-1 victory over Georgia State.
What seemed to be a sure win early on for Georgia turned into a back-and-forth game, with each team trading big plays until the end. The Bulldogs prevailed, defeating Texas A&M in the first of a three-game series, 11-5.