The McDonough, Georgia, native ended her final season at Georgia with a .360 batting average and two home runs — tying her career high — in 27 games.
Due to concern over the spread of COVID-19, all spring sporting events were canceled on March 17. Despite many seasons being halted abruptly, there were still plenty of game-changing performances across the spring semester.
COVID-19 ended the Bulldogs’ campaign after they defeated Furman 12-1. Georgia finished 23-5 overall with a 2-1 record in SEC play.
While traditional Georgia sports coverage is on hold for the time being, The Red & Black is going to continue writing.
All Georgia spring athletic competitions, including regular season games, championships and the G-Day spring football game, have been canceled due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, according to a statement released by the SEC on Tuesday.
The NCAA announced on Friday that eligibility relief will be given to all Division 1 student-athletes who participated in spring sports.
A rain delay turned into a cancelation as Georgia softball’s doubleheader against Furman became just one game, which the Bulldogs won 12-1 in a five-inning run rule.
After dropping the conference opener on Friday night, Georgia softball rallied together to win its first SEC series of 2020. The Bulldogs defeated South Carolina 11-3 in five innings.
After errors gave Georgia its first home loss of 2020, it was an error that gave the Bulldogs their first conference win of the season.
For the first time this season, Georgia watched the visitors celebrate at Jack Turner Stadium. The No. 13 Bulldogs fell to No. 15 South Carolina Gamecocks 4-2 in both teams' conference opener.
Senior pitcher Mary Wilson Avant sits among SEC leaders in wins, strikeouts and starts after establishing herself as Georgia’s ace in the Bulldog Classic from Feb. 28-March 1.
Georgia wrapped up its five-game weekend with a combined no-hitter in an 8-0 run-rule victory against Western Carolina Sunday afternoon at Jack Turner Stadium.
Mary Wilson Avant, Alley Cutting and Amanda Ablan combined to allow no earned runs through 14 innings while their offense outscored the opposition 11-2 on the day in Georgia’s two victories against Boston College and Western Carolina.
The Georgia softball team defeated Eastern Illinois and Boston College on Friday in its first two games of the Bulldog Classic at Jack Turner Stadium.
It was a warm evening at Jack Turner Stadium while Georgia faced off against Alabama State. While the game itself was a quiet one, Georgia played a solid game and kept it steady. Georgia defeated Alabama State in a six-inning game with a final score of 9-1.
For the past four years, fans of Georgia softball have known Jordan Doggett and Ciara Bryan for their play at Jack Turner Stadium. What they don’t know is that the two players are as close in the classroom as they are in the outfield.
Veteran pitchers Mary Wilson Avant and Alley Cutting allowed only one hit and three baserunners in Georgia’s 8-0 victory against Austin Peay, bringing the Bulldogs to 5-0 on the weekend and giving them their fifth run-rule in six games.
In Saturday’s doubleheader against James Madison and Central Michigan, Georgia needed big innings from its offense to come back from deficits and give room for its pitchers.
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.