College baseball roundup: Bulldogs beat Aggies on walkoff


ATHENS, Ga. -- The Georgia baseball team got a walk-off single from Jared Walsh in the ninth inning to defeat visiting Texas A&M 3-2 on Friday night.

It got two hits from Stephen Wrenn and a seven-inning effort from pitcher Ryan Lawlor.

Wrenn was 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored.

Georgia (15-11-1) scored two in the first inning on an RBI single from Nelson Ward and an RBI walk by Wrenn.

The Aggies (17-10) tied the game in the third, but Walsh's single in the ninth to drive in Wrenn ended the game. Jared Cheek pitched two perfect innings to earn the win for the Bulldogs.Pittsburgh 4, Georgia Tech 3

PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Georgia Tech fell at Pittsburgh 4-3 in 13 innings on Friday when its lone error of the game led to a late run for Pittsburgh.

Georgia Tech (15-10) scored two runs in the third inning to take a brief lead and one in the fourth to tie the game at three, but Pittsburgh outlasted it in extras.

Dusty Isaacs allowed three hits and an unearned run in 2 1-3 innings for Georgia Tech and was saddled with the loss. Jon Danielczyk earned the win for Pittsburgh (11-11).

Daniel Spingola, Mott Hyde and Thomas Smith each drove in a run for the Yellow Jackets.



TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The Crimson Tied got four runs in the second inning and the go-ahead run in the sixth to pace a 7-6 win over visiting Ole Miss on Friday.

Ben Moore recorded three hits, an RBI and two runs to lead the offense, and Spencer Turnbull pitched 6 2-3 innings to earn the win.

Alabama (17-8) got the bulk of its runs off of Chirs Ellis, who pitched only two innings for Ole Miss (21-6) and allowed six runs on seven hits to get the loss.

Casey Hughston and Chance Vincent both drove in two runs for Alabama.



AUBURN, Ala. -- Missouri (13-12) scored two runs in the eighth inning to break a 2-2 tie and top the Tigers in Auburn on Friday night.

Justin Camp pitched three innings for Auburn, allowing five hits and two runs to get the loss. Breckin Williams pitched just 1 1-3 innings for Missouri, but didn't allow a run and earned the victory.

Auburn (18-10) got three hits and an RBI from Jordan Ebert in the loss, but designated hitter Eric Anderson got three hits and two RBIs, including a two-RBI double to put Missouri up in the eighth.

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