ALBANY, Ga.- The Albany State baseball team saw its three-game win streak end after its loss to Georgia College. ASU dropped a 10-5 decision to the Bobcats and saw its three-game winning streak snapped.
With the loss, the Golden Rams fall to 11-21 overall. GC improves to 26-9.
Albany State fell behind after the first inning when Georgia College scored three runs in the top. In the bottom of the third, ASU scored its first run. Jonathan Cirullo scored to cut the home team’s deficit to 3-1.
After the Bobcats pushed their lead to 4-1 in the top of the fourth, the Golden Rams answered in the bottom. Quantico Dodson-Williams hit a sacrifice fly that scored Jonatan Galan, and Cirullo singled to left field that allowed Robbie Feagans to go home. Albany State only trailed 4-3.
Georgia College scored four runs between the sixth and seventh innings to take an 8-3 advantage. Albany State scored two more runs in the bottom of the seventh to cut its deficit to 8-5.
However, that’s as close as ASU could get. The Bobcats scored two more runs in the ninth, and the Golden Rams could not push anymore runs across the plate.
Cirullo finished the game going 3-for-3. Kelvin Wimbish and Chasen Roulhac each had two hits. Nicolas Griggs added two RBIs. Brock Rountree was the losing pitcher.
The Golden Rams had 12 hits, two errors and 11 runners left on base.
Georgia College was led by Cal Gentry and Clayten Ayres. Both players had two hits and two RBIs. Kane Keith was the winning pitcher.
The Bobcats recorded 12 hits, three errors and 11 LOBs.
On Wednesday, April 12, Albany State will travel to Montgomery, Ala. to face Auburn-Montgomery. Game time is slated for 5 p.m.