Blog Entry

College Baseball- UGA @ Arizona.

Posted on: February 28, 2009 1:39 am
Edited on: February 28, 2009 3:35 am

 University of Georgia (5-0, 0-0 SEC)- #3 (CBN), #4 (Coaches'), #12 (Baseball America), #16 (Daily RPI) @

 Arizona (4-1, 0-0 PAC-10)- #90 (Daily RPI)

        R   H    E

UGA 11  13  2

AU    5    ?   1


Georgia opened their weekend series @ Arizona Friday night. The Dawg's offense went west with them, scoring 11 runs on 13 hits. This was their 5th game (out of 6) scoring 10+ points. Their pitching was solid with starter Trevor Holder going 5 innings and giving up 2 runs, 5Ks for the win. Two Georgia errors led to an unearned run each, and in the bottom of the 8th Arizona struck for a 5th point. By that point though, the lead was safely out of range, thanks to a costly Arizona error that led to a two-run tripple and a two-run homer, all unearned. Game 2 of the series is set for 8 pm eastern on Saturday night. Georgia will send Junior LHP Alex McRee to the mound, but I have not determined the Wildcat's starter.



Following the conclusion of the Friday night games, a lot of the undefeated teams went down. The following is just a list of the remaining undefeated teams (43) , ranked based on # of wins, with ties broken by RPI. This early in the season, with teams ranging from 0-7 games, the RPI doesn't mean much, but I wanted to break the ties somehow.


1) Arizona St.

2) Lamar

3) Virginia


4) Southern Mississippi

5) Georgia

6) UNC Wilmington

7) Boston College

8) Texas

9) Wake Forest

10) Florida St.

11) Richmond


12) Kent St.

13) LSU

14) San Jose St.

15) Campbell


16) Clemson

17) Ohio St.

18) Oral Roberts

19) Louisiana Tech

20) Western Carolina

21) New Mexico State


22) South Carolina


23) Bradley


24) Massachuetts


25) Delaware State (Tied Navy?)


t26) Alabama A&M

Alabama State

Arkansas Pine Bluff


Central Connecticut





Holy Cross

Mount Saint Mary's

New Jersey Tech

New York Tech



St. Bonneventure





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