Despite staking the opposition to a four-run lead in the fourth inning, the Diamond Dogs escaped Foley Field with an 11-8 win over visiting Wofford in Tuesday's outing.
The Georgia offensive assault was powered by juniors Joey Side (3 for 4) and Josh Morris (2 for 5), who contributed to the Bulldogs' seven-run sixth inning. Red and Black coach David Perno said of his team's 15-hit performance: "It was a collective effort tonight for sure."
If the novels of Anne McCaffrey were made into a series of NC-17 movies, would the resulting film genre bear the same name as Georgia's baseball coach? I'm just asking. . . .
Now sporting an 8-2 ledger, the Diamond Dogs are set to host Louisville for a three-game series slated to start on Friday evening.