Georgia Set for Non-Conference Tilt with Georgia State
Chelsea Wilkinson

Chelsea Wilkinson

April 21, 2014

ATHENS, Ga. - The Georgia softball team will play its final non-conference game of the season when it welcomes Georgia State to Jack Turner Stadium in Athens, Ga., on Tuesday, April 22 at 6 p.m. Georgia enters the week with an overall record of 38-9, while Georgia State is 25-23 on the year. 

Game Information
Tuesday, April 22
Georgia vs. Georgia State
Audio: GTV (Free)
Video: GTV (Free) 

The Last Meeting
Georgia State10  
Georgia7(8 inn)
April 24, 2013
Athens, Ga.
Georgia Falls to Georgia State
The No. 23 University of Georgia softball team fell to the Georgia State Panthers 10-7 on Wednesday evening at the Jack Turner Stadium. The Bulldogs moved to 34-16 on the season as Georgia State improved to 33-16.

Series Information
Georgia leads the all-time series against Georgia State 10-3. The last time that the two teams met on the diamond was last season when the Panthers took a 10-7 win in extra innings. Prior to that meeting, Georgia had won each of the last nine games. 

WE RUN THIS STATE: This season the Bulldogs are 5-0 against teams from the state of Georgia. After Georgia swept Georgia Tech and picked up wins over Georgia Southern and Mercer. Today's game will be the final game against a team from the Peach State during the regular season. 

IN FIVE: Two of the last four games for the Bulldogs have bee five inning games. Georgia defeated Georgia Tech and Auburn in five innings in back-to-back games. This season Georgia is 8-0 in five inning games and 9-1 in games that are shorter than seven innings. 

NON-CONS: Including today's game, Georgia has just two regular season non-conference games left this year. The Bulldogs are 26-2 in non-conference games this season, with all by four being played at home. This will be Georgia's first and only non-conference true road game this year. 

200 Ks: Chelsea Wilkinson became just the fourth player to record 200 strikeouts in a season. She is also just the second to reach the mark in her sophomore season. The last time that Georgia had a 200-strikeout pitcher was in 2012 when Erin Arevalo recorded 270 strikeouts. That year the Bulldogs made it to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament.

WILSON AT THE PLATE: Paige Wilson has been swinging a hot bat as of late. She went 7-fo-14 with two home runs and triple over four games last weekend. She has saved her best for SEC teams, as she leads the Bulldogs with a .426 batting average that includes a double, a triple and five home runs. In SEC play, she owns an on-base percentage of .463.

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