Vs. Georgia Southern, 3/28:
UGA 1, GSU 0
“The Bulldogs took an early 1-0 lead that was ignited by an Ashley Pauly single to right center. Kristyn Sandberg then nailed a single up the middle to advance Pauly to second before Ashley Razey walked to load the bases. Christine Olney then brought in the lone run after she walked on a full count.”
Sandberg on 3/28: (AB-3;H-1;PO-11)
Vs. Florida, 3/30,31, and 4/1:
3/30: UGA 3, UF 2
3/31: UGA 2, UF 4
4/1: UGA 3, UF 6
Sandberg 3/30-4/1: (AB-8;R-2;H-2;RBI-4;BB-1;SO-2;PO-25;A-2;LOB-1)
“A passed ball to Pauly put runners at first and third for Sandberg. With one out, Sandberg hit into a fielder’s choice that saw Wilson score from third and make it a 3-0 game.”
“Georgia responded immediately in the bottom frame with a Sandberg home run to go up 2-1, but the lead was soon lost, as Florida tied it in the top of the fourth after Cheyenne Coyle’s home run.”
“Georgia opened the game with a 1-0 lead in the second inning. Senior Kristyn Sandberg put a single to right field before an error on Sito’s hit to right field allowed Sandberg to score.”
“…Georgia closed the Gator’s lead to 4-3 in the bottom frame with a fielder’s choice from Sandbergbringing in Wilson from home.”
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