College baseball update

dshirley@macon.comApril 29, 2013 

Mercer_Baseball

Mercer pitcher DJ Johnson started Sunday against Lipscomb.

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Mercer

* The Bears have won four straight games, which marks the fourth time this year they have had a winning streak of at least four games.

* Mercer is 36-12 overall and 15-6 in the A-Sun, which is a half-game behind first-place North Florida.

* Mercer swept USC Upstate this weekend and has won eight of its past nine A-Sun games.

* The Bears are off until May 7 when they host Belmont, and they have eight games remaining in the regular season.

Georgia Tech

* The Yellow Jackets are 28-16 overall and 12-12 in the ACC, which is third in the Coastal Division.

* Georgia Tech lost two of three games at Clemson during the weekend, but it snapped a six-game losing streak with a win in that series finale.

* Georgia Tech hosts Coastal Carolina and Ohio State next before finishing against North Carolina, Georgia and Miami.

Georgia

* The Bulldogs are 16-28 overall and 4-16 in the SEC.

* Georgia has dropped four of its past five games.

* The Bulldogs play their next eight games on the road, starting this weekend at Tennessee.

Georgia Southern

* The Eagles are 23-23 overall and 12-12 in the Southern Conference (sixth).

* Georgia Southern has two more conference series on its schedule: vs. Furman and at Charleston.

Georgia State

* The Panthers are 29-17 overall and 8-10 in the Colonial Athletic Conference.

* Georgia State has three conference series left: Towson, Hofstra and William & Mary.

Kennesaw State

* The Owls are 22-24 overall and 10-11 in the A-Sun (sixth).

* Kennesaw State has lost six of its past seven games.

Savannah State

* The Tigers are 27-17 and 15-5 in the MEAC, which is first in the Southern Division.

* Savannah State has won six of its past seven games.

 

 

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