Georgia softball came in at No. 6 in the SEC’s Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Wednesday. The ranking put the Bulldogs immediately behind rival Florida and just ahead of Arkansas.
For the second day in a row, Georgia’s game was decided by a home run in the eighth inning, but this time the Bulldogs were on the losing end.
A walk-off home run in the bottom of the eighth inning from Ciara Bryan helped the No. 14-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (41-17) defeat the No. 25-ranked Drake Bulldogs (42-15).
The No. 13 ranked Georgia Bulldogs lost a low scoring game in extra innings to the No. 4 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in the second round of the SEC Tournament.
Early runs and stout defense ensured an 8-0 run-rule victory for the No. 14-ranked Georgia Bulldogs over the No. 15-ranked Ole Miss Rebels.
After suspending the game in the first inning due to weather on Saturday, the Georgia softball team defeated Ole Miss in a walk-off win, 6-5, on Sunday.
Before the Georgia softball team’s 1-0 win over Ole Miss on Friday night, the team honored its two seniors, Alyssa DiCarlo and Kylie Bass on senior night.
Neither Georgia nor Ole Miss seemed poised to score on Friday night at Jack Turner Stadium in Athens until a walk-off triple won the Bulldogs the game, 1-0.
Alyssa DiCarlo, a senior shortstop on the Georgia softball team, was named a top-26 finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award last week. For DiCarlo, an award of this merit has been in the works since she was only four years old.
For the second consecutive game, 15th-ranked Georgia softball and No. 14 South Carolina played into extra innings, and the Bulldogs won in eight innings, 6-4, Saturday, tying the series at 1-1.
The No. 15-ranked Georgia Bulldogs fell in a tough extra-inning road battle to South Carolina 3-2 on Friday night at Carolina Softball Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina.
During a streaky offensive performance from the Georgia softball team, the depth of the pitching staff showed up and helped Georgia to a 5-1 win over the Georgia State Panthers on Wednesday.
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.
On an overcast day with patches of rain coming and going at Jack Turner Stadium, the Georgia softball team looked to clinch the series win over the No. 8 ranked Tennessee Volunteers. After an early five run deficit, the Bulldogs managed to spark a comeback and tie the game, but The Volunteers snuck out with a 7-6 win.
While both fans and athletes prepared for G-Day just up the road, the Georgia softball team was occupied with an SEC doubleheader with the No. 8 ranked Tennessee Volunteers.