Bulldogs' offensive attack, Crisp's pitching secures a series-clinching win over Jacksonville State
ATHENS — Georgia’s offensive success continued on Sunday against Jacksonville State as the Bulldogs’ bats came alive again in a 10-5 victory in the rubber game of the series.
Georgia got a majority of its offense from the top four batters in its lineup. Mason LaPlante, Connor Tate, Parks Harber and Charlie Condon combined to go 8-for-16 on Sunday.
“You’ve got Connor Tate, Parks Harber and Charlie Condon all together. Those are three really physical, strong good hitters with power potential,” Bulldogs’ head coach Scott Stricklin said. “You’ve (also) got Corey Collins and (Cole) Wagner and all these other guys that can go into this lineup. It can make it really tough on an opposing pitching staff. Having Charlie behind Parks gives Charlie a lot of pitches to hit because they might pitch around Parks a little bit. Charlie, he got some hits, he got some RBIs and I think we all know there’s a lot more in there too. We’re excited about it.”
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