Georgia baseball loses series to Vanderbilt, sets eyes on top-ranked Tennessee

ATHENS – Georgia baseball will shift its focus to playing the top-ranked team in the country after a disappointing 4-0 loss to Vanderbilt at Foley Field on Sunday.

“It’s just frustrating,” UGA outfielder Ben Anderson said. “Barreling a bunch of balls at them and not really getting anything going offensively because everything is hit at them… it’s just frustrating, but you’ve just got to try to get past it.”

The No. 22-ranked Bulldogs (32-16, 13-11 SEC) who had just six hits against the Commodores (31-15, 12-12), will head to Rocky Top to face No. 1-ranked Tennessee starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.






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