Chyenne Issue’s two-run homer within the fourth inning helped No. 5 seed Oklahoma State defeat Georgia 3-2 within the Ladies’s School World Collection opener for each groups
OKLAHOMA CITY — Chyenne Issue’s two-run homer within the fourth inning helped No. 5 seed Oklahoma State defeat Georgia 3-2 on Thursday within the Ladies’s School World Collection opener for each groups.
Carrie Eberle gave up only one earned run in an entire recreation victory for the Cowgirls (48-10). She scattered seven hits, struck out two and walked one.
Oklahoma State superior to play James Madison, which surprised No. 1 seed Oklahoma 4-3 earlier within the day, in a winners bracket on Friday. The winner of that contest will want yet another victory to succeed in the best-of-three championship sequence.
Georgia (34-22) will play Oklahoma on Saturday in an elimination recreation. Oklahoma gained its first 33 video games this season earlier than shedding at Georgia.
With Oklahoma State up 2-0, Georgia’s Sara Mosley singled and Sydney Kuma barely beat a throw to the plate to make it a 2-1 recreation within the high of the sixth.
Alysen Febrey, a first-team NFCA All-American who transferred from Georgia after the 2019 season, singled within the backside of the inning to attain Kylie Naomi and push Oklahoma State’s result in 3-1.
Ellie Armistead doubled and knocked in Jaiden Fields within the high of the seventh, bringing Georgia inside a run with a runners on first and third andh one out.
Eberle bought Savana Sikes to come out. Oklahoma State third baseman Sydney Pennington charged a sluggish hopper and fired to first for the ultimate out.