Baseball Wins 14-Inning Scrimmage vs. Georgia Tech
The Gamecocks had 14 hits and had four players with two or more hits in the win.
ATLANTA, Ga. – The University of South Carolina baseball team defeated Georgia Tech, 14-10, in its second fall scrimmage of the season Saturday afternoon (Oct. 6) at Russ Chandler Stadium. The Gamecocks had 14 hits on the day and had four players with multi-hit games.
Carolina came out and scored eight runs in the first three innings of play as Jacob Olson and TJ Hopkins combined for five RBI in the early going. The Gamecocks held Georgia Tech to three runs in the first nine innings of the 14-inning scrimmage. The Yellow Jackets score four in the bottom of the 11th, but the Gamecocks put up four runs in the 13th for the final scoring margin.
Noah Campbell, Brady Allen, Hopkins and Nick Neville had two hits apiece for Carolina, while Quinntin Perez and Olson drove in three runs in the win. Neville and Allen both scored a pair of runs for the Gamecocks.
On the mound, Reid Morgan, Cole Ganopulos and Hayden Lehman each pitched a pair of scoreless innings in the win. Cam Tringali struck out the side in his inning of work.
The Gamecocks will practice for the next three weeks before playing its Garnet and Black World Series the final week of October.