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Jan. 7, 2014
ATHENS, Ga. - The University of Georgia softball team will have 30 home dates during the 2014 season, including Southeastern Conference series against Mississippi State, South Carolina, Auburn and Kentucky, it was announced by Head Coach Lu Harris-Champer.
The squad will travel to take on SEC foes Texas A&M, Missouri, LSU and Alabama for a total if 24 SEC contests. The 2014 slate also features 32 non-conference games, 32 games against 2013 NCAA Regional teams and 12 games against teams that made it to the Super Regional Round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
Georgia kicks off the 2014 slate Feb. 7-9 with the first of four home tournaments. The Seventh Annual Red and Black Showcase will feature teams from North Texas, James Madison and Winthrop. The Bulldogs will be back in action the following weekend, Feb. 14-16, when it welcomes South Alabama, Mercer and Furman for the 11th Annual Georgia Softball Classic.
The Bulldogs take to the road for the first time Feb 21-23 when they travel to Orlando, Fla., for the Citrus Classic, which will take place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The three-day tournament has the Bulldogs facing five teams, three of which reached the NCAA Tournament a year ago. Georgia will play a televised game against NC State to kick off the weekend, before facing Marshall, East Carolina, Delaware and South Alabama.
Following the road trip, Georgia returns home for a 15-game home stand that begins Feb. 28-March 2 with the Sixth Annual Bulldog Invitational. During the three-day tournament, Georgia will host Alabama-Birmingham, St. Johns and Western Carolina. The early season tournaments conclude the following weekend, March 7-9, when the Bulldogs take on Purdue, Kent State and Tennessee Tech. Georgia’s final non-conference game before the start of SEC play will be Wednesday, March 12 against Tennessee State.
Georgia opens SEC play at home March 14-16 when it welcomes the Mississippi State Bulldogs to Jack Turner Stadium. The following Wednesday, March 19, Georgia will conclude its home stand against Gardner-Webb.
The Bulldogs will play their next two SEC series away from Jack Turner Stadium, as they will travel to take on Texas A&M in College Station, Texas March 21-23 before facing Missouri in Columbia, Mo., March 28-30. Sandwiched between the two conference road series is a home game against Georgia Southern on March 26.
On April 2, Georgia will welcome Georgia Tech to Athens, Ga., for the first game of a two-game series this season. The following weekend, April 4-6, the Bulldogs will host South Carolina before taking on USC Upstate on Wednesday, April 9.
A road trip to Baton Rouge, La., to take on LSU April 11-13 follows the five-game home stand. Following the trip, Georgia will make the short drive to Atlanta, Ga., to close out the series with Georgia Tech on Wednesday, April 16.
Georgia returns to SEC play April 18-20 when it welcomes Auburn to Athens, Ga. The Bulldogs will then host Georgia State in the final non-conference game of the year on Tuesday, April 22.
The final SEC road test comes April 24-26 when the Bulldogs make their way to Tuscaloosa, Ala., to take on Alabama.
Georgia wraps up the regular season the following weekend, May 2-4, when it hosts Kentucky.
The SEC Tournament will be held May 7-10 and will be hosted by South Carolina in Columbia, S.C.
The NCAA Regional weekend is May 16-18, with Super Regionals being held May 24-25. The Women's College World Series will be May 29-June 4 in Oklahoma City, Okla.