Georgia-South Carolina Game Cancelled Due To Rain
Sunday's Georgia-South Carolina game was rained out.

May 13, 2012

ATHENS-----Due to inclement weather, the Georgia-South Carolina baseball game Sunday has been cancelled and will not be made up.

It was to be the rubber game of the series as the fourth-ranked Gamecocks won Friday 3-0, and the Bulldogs claimed Saturday’s contest 6-5 in 10 innings. Georgia is 29-22 overall and 13-13 in the Southeastern Conference. The Gamecocks are 38-13, 17-9 in the SEC.

Fans holding a ticket for Sunday’s cancelled game can exchange that ticket for any available left for the East Tennessee State game on Tuesday, which is the final regular season home game. Rainout tickets can be exchanged at the Foley Field Box Office while tickets are still available. First pitch is slated for 6 p.m., and Georgia will honor its seniors before the game.

Georgia finishes SEC action as well as the regular season at Alabama (18-31, 7-18 SEC) starting Thursday as the final SEC series each year runs Thursday-Saturday. The Bulldogs have qualified for the SEC Tournament which is May 22-27 in Hoover, Ala. ##

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