Ole Miss vs Georgia (Mar 23, 2013)

Box Score

2013 Ole Miss Softball
Ole Miss at #23 Georgia (Game 1)
Mar 23, 2013 at Athens, Ga. (Jack Turner Stadium)

Ole Miss 5 (19-17,1-7 SEC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
RT Cantillo cf 
Brittany Broome lf 
Allison Brown 3b 
Londen Ladner 1b 
Erinn Jayjohn dp 
Natalie Nimmo rf 
Natalie Martinez
   Kelly Nolan
Marina Parra 2b 
Haley Culley ss 
Shelby Jo Fenter
   Lauren Lindsey
   Madi Osias
Totals  20  12 

Georgia 14 (24-7,5-0 SEC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Paige Wilson lf 
Paige Wilson ss 
Paige Wilson p 
   Tiesha Reed pr 
Iosefa 1b  10 
   Maya Branch pr 
Brittney Hubbard cf/dp 
   LaZear pr 
Tess Sito 2b 
Christine Olney rf 
Browne c 
   Ashley Pauly pr 
Niaja Griffin dp/cf 
Blanco 3b 
Totals  22  14  13  15  11 

Score by Innings               R  H  E
Ole Miss............ 400 01 -  5  6  1
Georgia............. 901 13 - 14  9  0
E - H. Culley(6). LOB - OM 4; UG 6. 2B - A. Brown(14); Sito(6). 3B - Wilson(4). HR - E. Jayjohn(1); Wilson 2(11); Hubbard(9). HBP - Iosefa; Hubbard; Browne; Griffin. SB - B. Broome(25); Wilson(15); LaZear(9); Olney(3). CS - H. Culley(3).

Ole Miss   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
Shelby Jo Fenter L,6-7  0.1  31 
Lauren Lindsey   2.2  13  17  46 
Madi Osias   1.0  31 
Georgia   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
Paige Wilson W,15-1  5.0  20  24  10  85 

Win - Wilson (15-1). Loss - S. Fenter (6-7). Save - None. WP - L. Lindsey 2(2). HBP - by L. Lindsey (Browne); by L. Lindsey (Griffin); by L. Lindsey (Hubbard); by M. Osias (Iosefa). PB - K. Nolan(1). Pitches/strikes: S. Fenter 31/17; L. Lindsey 46/25; M. Osias 31/15; Wilson 85/44.

Umpires - HP: James Martarona 1B: Paul Edds 3B: Christie Cornwell
Start: 3 pm Time: 2:01 Attendance: 597
Weather: cloudy and cool
L. Lindsey faced 2 batters in the 4th.
M. Osias faced 3 batters in the 5th.


2013 Ole Miss Softball
Ole Miss at #23 Georgia (Game 1)
Mar 23, 2013 at Athens, Ga. (Jack Turner Stadium)

Ole Miss starters: 23/cf R. Cantillo; 4/lf B. Broome; 14/3b A. Brown; 22/1b L. Ladner; 7/dp E. Jayjohn; 8/rf N. Nimmo; 10/c N. Martinez; 6/2b M. Parra; 1/ss H. Culley; 58/p S. Fenter;

Georgia starters: 25/lf Wilson; 9/ss Wilson; 12/p Wilson; 32/1b Iosefa; 11/cf Hubbard; 33/2b Sito; 19/rf Olney; 35/c Browne; 22/dp Griffin; 15/3b Blanco;

Ole Miss 1st - Hubbard to dp. Griffin to cf. R. Cantillo fouled out to lf (2-2). B. Broome singled through the left side (3-2). B. Broome stole second. A. Brown walked (3-2). L. Ladner singled down the rf line, RBI; A. Brown advanced to third; B. Broome scored. E. Jayjohn homered to left field, 3 RBI (1-0); L. Ladner scored; A. Brown scored. N. Nimmo grounded out to 2b (0-0). N. Martinez singled through the right side (0-0). M. Parra grounded out to 2b (2-0). 4 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Georgia 1st - Wilson walked. Wilson flied out to lf. Wilson stole second. Wilson walked (3-2). Iosefa walked (3-2); Wilson advanced to second; Wilson advanced to third. Hubbard singled through the left side, RBI (1-2); Iosefa advanced to second; Wilson advanced to third; Wilson scored. Reed pinch ran for Wilson. Sito walked, RBI (3-2); Hubbard advanced to second; Iosefa advanced to third; Reed scored. Olney singled to left center, RBI (1-2); Sito advanced to second; Hubbard advanced to third; Iosefa scored. K. Nolan to c for N. Martinez. L. Lindsey to p for S. Fenter. Browne hit by pitch, RBI (1-0); Olney advanced to second; Sito advanced to third; Hubbard scored. Browne advanced to second; Olney advanced to third; Sito scored on a passed ball. Griffin hit by pitch (0-0). Pauly pinch ran for Browne. Wilson tripled to center field, 3 RBI (1-0); Griffin scored; Pauly scored; Olney scored. Wilson lined out to 2b. Wilson to p for Reed. Browne to c for Pauly. Wilson singled up the middle, RBI; Wilson scored. Iosefa walked (3-1); Wilson advanced to second. Hubbard struck out swinging (2-2). 9 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 2nd - H. Culley grounded out to 2b (3-1). R. Cantillo grounded out to ss (1-2). B. Broome walked (3-0). A. Brown walked (3-0); B. Broome advanced to second. L. Ladner grounded out to ss (0-1). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Georgia 2nd - Sito grounded out to ss (0-0). Olney lined out to rf (1-2). Browne singled to center field (0-0). Browne advanced to second on a wild pitch. Griffin flied out to cf (2-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 3rd - E. Jayjohn grounded out to 3b. N. Nimmo grounded out to p (3-1). K. Nolan grounded out to 2b (1-0). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Georgia 3rd - Wilson flied out to cf (2-2). Wilson grounded out to 2b (1-0). Wilson homered to right field, RBI (2-1). Iosefa grounded out to p. 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 4th - M. Parra struck out looking (3-2). H. Culley singled up the middle (2-1). R. Cantillo flied out to rf (0-1). H. Culley out at second c to 2b, caught stealing. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Georgia 4th - Hubbard hit by pitch (1-2). LaZear pinch ran for Hubbard. LaZear stole second. LaZear advanced to third on a wild pitch. Sito doubled to right center, RBI (1-2); LaZear scored. M. Osias to p for L. Lindsey. Olney reached on a fielding error by ss (1-2); Sito advanced to third. Browne popped up to 2b (2-1). Olney stole second. Griffin struck out looking (2-2). Wilson walked (3-2). Wilson struck out swinging (2-2). 1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, 3 LOB.

Ole Miss 5th - B. Broome walked (3-0). A. Brown doubled down the lf line (1-1); B. Broome advanced to third. L. Ladner struck out swinging (3-2). E. Jayjohn grounded out to 3b, RBI (0-1); A. Brown advanced to third; B. Broome scored. N. Nimmo grounded out to 2b (0-0). 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Georgia 5th - Wilson homered to left center, RBI (0-0). Iosefa hit by pitch (2-0). Hubbard to dp for LaZear. Branch pinch ran for Iosefa. Hubbard homered to left field, 2 RBI (2-0); Branch scored. 3 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

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