Tech Shines Past UAB in Extras, 5-3 – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Birmingham – The Georgia Tech Softball (28-12, 8-10 ACC) caught fire late to put out the UAB (21-16, 9-3 C-USA) in additional rounds, 5-3, Wednesday night at Mary Bowers Field. The Yellow Jackets scored all five runs in the last three rounds, using a pair of RBI assists in the late stages to take the eight-round win.

The second senior baseman Billy Zettler He drove The Jackets at the dish, going 2 on 3 including a two-stage round trip into the park to put the jackets in place to secure an eighth place win. little hunter buy Emma It was also a strong day on the board, going 2 on 4 and matching Zeitler with just as important an RBI swing to double Tech’s push forward in the seventh segment.

small ejector Blake Neleman He got the start in the circuit, throwing the bulk of the game and allowing three-stroke four-by-three runs within 6 1/3 working innings. Right hand junior fellow Chandler Dennis Close in the last round of 1 2/3, hold the UAB without hits and add a punch to take the win.

I hit the Blazers early, and slipped forward at the bottom of the first with consecutive RBI on single and double. After four goal-free rounds, the Jackets cut the lead in half at the top of the sixth. The first Basset player graduated Tricia Old First hit a double, allowing the novice runner to pinch Madison Dobbins To beat the house error and cut the UAB’s lead to 2-1.

With the game on the line at the top of seventh place, Georgia Tech came in with a pair of runs to jump out at the front. Sophomore Shortstop Jane Sileo They set out for a walk, followed by a sophomore runner’s bat Sandra Beth Pritchett. With two and two down, Kauf It came through with a massive two-for-two RBI, sending Tech forward 3-2. The United Players Association tied the score at the bottom of the frame based on the player’s choice, sending the game to extras.

designated hitter junior Caroline Davis He drove the 8th segment out with a single shock, and stunned the second-largest baseman Zeitler Blazers with a run into the park, twice through the right side of the field to move the jackets up front. With a second-half advantage in the bottom half, Jackitz retired to secure a 5-3 win on the road in eight rounds.

game notes

  • Georgia Tech scored all five of its runs in the sixth game and beyond.
  • She entered the third competition in the nation and led the ACC team in the doubles, added by Kauf 16y double season.
  • Zeitler’s trip into the park marked her first round trip of the season and the fifth of her career.
  • The Jackets claimed their third win in the overtime period of the season.
  • Dennis racked up her 10th circuit win this season.
  • The Yellow Jackets have claimed five out of six meetings ever with the Blazers.

next one

Georgia Tech will host the final ACC series of the season, with NC State (28-15, 5-10 ACC) starting Friday at 6 p.m. at Mary Bowers Field in Birmingham, Ala. The series will be broadcast live on ACC Extra Network.


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