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Statesboro The Destination As No. 20 Baseball Hits The Road

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Brandon Thomas is one of three Jackets to have reached base in every game this season.

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Brandon Thomas is one of three Jackets to have reached base in every game this season.
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Feb. 25, 2013

 No. 20 Georgia Tech (6-1) vs. Georgia Southern (4-2)
 Game 8 (Road 1)  Tuesday, February 26, 7 p.m. (RHP Josh Heddinger, GT vs. RHP Justin Hess, GSU)
 Game 9 (Road 2)  Wednesday, February 27, 6 p.m. (TBA, GT vs. LHP Evan Challenger, GSU)
 Location  Statesboro, Ga. | J.I. Clements Stadium | Weather
 Radio  Tuesday/WREK 91.1 FM | Wednesday/WREK 91.1 FM
 Live Stats  Tuesday | Wednesday - RamblinWreck.com Gametracker 
 Webcast  None
 Game Info  Game Notes | 2013 Media Guide | Facebook | Twitter

#BUZZWORTHY
>> After winning six of seven games at home to open the season, No. 20 Georgia Tech hits the road for the first time with a two-game midweek series at Georgia Southern.

>> The two-game set is underway Tuesday at 7 p.m. and concludes Wednesday at 6 p.m. Both games can be heard live on WREK 91.1 FM in Atlanta with Nolan Alexander and Wade Rogers.

>> Freshman Matt Gonzalez drove in nine of Tech's 36 runs last week and his 13 RBI lead the team and rank second in the ACC. He has already recorded a trio of three-games in 2013.

>> Junior Daniel Palka carries a six-game hitting streak into the week and his .500 average is currently second in the ACC. He has scored in five of Tech's seven games this season.

>> Georgia Southern is 4-2 after taking two of three from Georgia to open the season, winning in extra innings at Florida last week and splitting a two-game weekend set with Indiana.

>> Tech leads the all-time series with the Eagles 91-29 and has won eight of the last 10. The Jackets are 39-14 versus the Eagles in Statesboro.

>> The Ramblin' Wreck lead the ACC with a .328 batting average and four Jackets currently rank among the top 14 in hitting in the league.

>> In his 20th season on the Flats, Coach Hall is 15th among active Division I coaches in wins (1,031).

 

 

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