Georgia baseball pitches for a number four ranking

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Georgia baseball threw LSU out of the top ten Sunday while pitching its way to a number four national rank.

Georgia baseball opened 2019 SEC play 4 – 1 against South Carolina and LSU, two storied SEC  baseball programs.

Monday, the Diamond Dawgs woke up to a number four national ranking from D1 Baseball and number six national ranking from both Baseball America  and USA Today.

Georgia baseball head coach Scott Stricklin had this to say to Jane Murray of the Red and Black after his Dawgs took two of three to claim the top ten series matchup up against LSU.

“It’s a good feeling to know that we step on the field, and we’re every bit as good as them,” Stricklin said after the series-clinching victory against LSU in Georgia’s Foley Field.

Despite signing the number three recruiting class in college baseball three years ago, Georgia baseball head coach Scott Stricklin had never beaten LSU.

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