#Seawolves drop two at Georgia Tech-Kennesaw State Invite
Feb. 21, 2014
Atlanta, Ga. -
The Stony Brook softball team lost a pair of games to open the 2014 season at the Georgia Tech-Kennesaw State Invite Friday. The Seawolves fell to Georgia State, 3-2, before losing to Georgia Tech, 11-2.
Head Coach Megan Bryant's Reaction
Pisciotta led off the sixth with a home run to left. Green followed with a solo shot in the seventh to cut the deficit to one, but Georgia State starter Kaitlyn Medlam struck out the next two batter and induced a pop up to end the game.
In the fourth inning, Georgia State's Kensey Caldwell led off with a walk. Ashley Christy's sacrificed as Caldwell made it to third. Taylor Anderson's RBI ground out gave the Panthers a 3-0 lead.
Pisciotta doubled to left with one out in the third but was left stranded on second.
The Seawolves loaded the bases after a single from senior Olivia Mintun (Neoga, Ill.), but that was all they could muster in the inning.
Georgia Tech answered with three runs apiece in the sixth and seventh.
Stony Brook loaded the bases in the sixth.
Combs, Mintun, Zabielski and sophomore Melissa Phelan (Saddle Brook, N.J.) each had two hits against the Yellow Jackets.
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News & Notes
Stony Brook will head 20 minutes north of Atlanta for a doubleheader at Kennesaw State tomorrow. The Seawolves will face Georgia State again and the host Owls.