ATHENS — First-year Georgia softball coach Tony Baldwin is hoping to find some postseason momentum after the Bulldogs experienced a late-season fade.
Georgia, which returned eight position starters from a team that reached the Women’s College World Series last season, struggled down the stretch by dropping its last three SEC series.
“I know we have the ability to be a good team,” said Baldwin, who was promoted from within to his head coaching post after players spoke to UGA athletic director Josh Brooks on his behalf.
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