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SEC Softball Weekend Recap

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FRIDAY

  • Texas A&M 7, Marist 0
  • No. 12 Georgia 5, No. 3 Florida 4
  • Arkansas 8, Iowa State 3
  • No. 4 Tennessee 7, Maryland 1
  • No. 7 Texas A&M 4, UConn 0
  • No. 15 Alabama 2, No. 14 Auburn 0
  • No. 17 South Carolina 7, No. 22 Ole Miss 3
  • No. 20 Mississippi State 4, Mizzou 0
  • Arkansas 8, St. Francis (PA) 3

SATURDAY

  • No. 23 Kentucky 4, No. 8 LSU 1
  • No. 7 Texas A&M 5, Michigan State 1
  • No. 12 Georgia 11, No. 3 Florida 1
  • No. 17 South Carolina 5, No. 22 Ole Miss 2
  • Mizzou 7, No. 20 Mississippi State 3
  • Arkansas 3, Omaha 1
  • No. 14 Auburn 3, No. 15 Alabama 1
  • No. 4 Tennessee 10, Maryland 0
  • Arkansas 4, St. Francis (PA) 3

SUNDAY

  • No. 7 Texas A&M 9, Michigan State 1
  • Arkansas 4, Omaha 0
  • No. 20 Mississippi State 6, Mizzou 3
  • No. 7 Texas A&M 4, Marist 1
  • No. 14 Auburn 2, No. 15 Alabama 1
  • No. 3 Florida 5, No. 12 Georgia 1
  • No. 22 Ole Miss 1, No. 17 South Carolina 0
  • No. 23 Kentucky 2, No. 8 LSU 0

TOP HEADLINES

GEORGIA BESTS FLORIDA

The Georgia Bulldogs and their top-flight offense ran over the Florida Gators. They took two of three from the 3rd-ranked team in the country, including an 11-1 rout on Saturday. The victories pushed them up to 26-2 on the season and they now have a 5-1 record in conference. It seems clear that UGA is going to be a legitimate threat this season, with this series win proving exactly that.

AUBURN EDGES ALABAMA

It was a war of attrition of sort between the Auburn Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide. In the end, Auburn prevailed, taking two of three from their arch rivals. All three games were decided by merely five runs in total, with a 2-1 result coming on Sunday in favor of the Tigers. Auburn’s pitching came up large, to say the least, in keeping ‘Bama at bay.

TEXAS A&M SWEEPS THROUGH THE COMPETITION

After losing their first game in the Reveille Classic, the Texas A&M Aggies responded by winning the next five. They dumped Marist and UConn on Friday, Michigan State on Saturday AND Sunday and then Marist again on Sunday, as well. It was certainly an outstanding weekend for the now 7th-ranked Aggies, who continue their run of success to go to 29-4 on the year.

KENTUCKY SWEEPS LSU

Although their series finale was cancelled on Monday, the Kentucky Wildcats came away with a bite-sized two-game sweep of the LSU Tigers. The Wildcats edged them 4-1 on Saturday, and then returned to win 2-0 on Sunday. Kentucky is up to 19-6 and the two wins over LSU were their first of the conference season. LSU fell to 23-4 on the year and their two losses were, fittingly, their first of the league year, too.