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Georgia Opens Missouri Series With A Win

Christopher Lakos

Georgia Sports Communications

All-America Charlie Condon hit a pair of home runs and drove in five to lead Georgia to a 15-10 win over Missouri Thursday in front of a crowd of 3,171 at Foley Field.


Fast Facts

• Charlie Condon (4-for-4, 2 HR, 2 BB, 5 RBI) smashed his NCAA-leading 22nd and 23rd home runs Friday to give him 48 for his career. His first home run went a season-long 457 feet. Tonight marked the fourth time this season he has had a multi-home run game.

• Left-hander Jarvis Evans tied his career-high with 5.1 innings and set a career-high with nine strikeouts including six in a row at one point to earn a win and improve to 3-1.

• Eight of Georgia’s nine starters had at least one hit and seven notched at least one RBI.

• In the fifth, Georgia scored six runs as 10 Bulldogs batted in the frame.

• Graduate Josh Roberge registered a pair of strikeouts with the bases loaded in the sixth and the Bulldogs holding an 11-6 lead. Bulldog pitchers combined to strike out 17 Tigers.


Key Quotes

“It goes to show the importance of not taking at bats or pitches off,” said Charlie Condon. “No matter who you are playing in the SEC, they are going to give you a full fight for nine innings. It shows the discipline of this team. Even if you get up 10 runs in the sixth inning it is far from over. There is plenty of ball to be played.”


“The biggest thing is helping my guys out and trying to be as efficient as possible,” said Jarvis Evans. “Nobody wants to sit around and watch walk after walk, so if I can get us off the field and get our athletes up to the plate like All-American Charlie Condon, you have a chance to win the ball game. I am competing the best I can every single pitch.”


“I don’t care what the score is or how ugly it was, wins in this league are hard,” said Georgia’s Ike Cousins head baseball coach Wes Johnson. “It doesn’t matter what their record is or who they are, you have to be ready every inning of every game in the SEC.”


Up Next

The Missouri series continues Friday with first pitch at 6:02 p.m. and will be available on SECN+ and the Georgia Bulldog Sports Network.

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