Wofford @ Georgia State

Southern Conference Champions - 2007

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Wofford @ Georgia State

Postby BestOfBreed on Tue Feb 28, 2006 9:42 pm

Wofford @ Georgia State 4pm
First road game of the season for the Terriers.

Probable Starters on the mound:
Georgia State:
Jeramy Compton - RHP
6’3” - 190 lbs. - Junior Cumming, GA
2006: 1-0, 7.11 ERA, 1 start, 2 appearances, 6.1 IP, 5 ER, 4 BB, 1 K

Wofford:
Ryan Beaton RHP
6’3” - 220 lbs. - Senior Greenville, SC
2006: 0-0, 5.87 ERA, 0 starts, 3 appearances, 7.2 IP, 5 ER, 2 BB, 5 K’s

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Georgia State
25-32 record last year
Current Record: 5-2
On a 5 game win streak after sweeping UNC-Asheville over the weekend. Georgia State and Wofford both won 2 of 3 against Albany.

Key Returnees
-Justin Newman, Senior, RF
.322 BA, 11 HR, 37 RBI, 14 SB
-Charlie Pelt, Junior, C/1B/DH
.285 BA, 8 HR, 47 RBI
-Romas Hicks, Senior, RHP
5-7, 4 saves, 5.38 ERA, 90.1 IP, 79 K
-Jean-Michel Rochon-Salvas, Sophomore, SS
.327 BA, 26 RBI

Key Losses
-Chris Dentler, OF
.299 BA, 3 HR, 27 RBI, 20 SB
-Ben Rulon, LHP
5-8, 5.11 ERA, 4 CG, 91.2 IP

Key Newcomers
-Nick Pyron, 1B/OF, Zebulon, GA
(Pike County High School)
-Clayton Shunick, RHP, Alpharetta, GA
(Chattahoochee High School)

Picked 7th in the CAA Preseason Poll
2006 CAA BASEBALL PRESEASON PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH
1. UNC Wilmington (9 first-place votes) 99
2. VCU (2 first-place votes) 92
3. George Mason 80
4. Delaware 70
5. Old Dominion 54
6. James Madison 46
7. Georgia State 44
8. Towson 41
9. Hofstra 38
10. Northeastern 27
11. William & Mary 14
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Postby BestOfBreed on Wed Mar 01, 2006 9:34 pm

Terriers lose 11-8.
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Postby PhoenixDad on Thu Mar 02, 2006 10:02 am

It sounds more like you guys just ran out of innings. The Terriers are playing excellent ball so far this season.

Don't be surprised about Georgia State ... though they were picked fairly low in the CAA, that was mainly because they are the newbies on the block (we know that feeling at Elon).

Georgia State will easily be a top-3 team in the CAA and gives that conference more credibility in baseball than they have had in the past. More depth too. They are a tough team to beat, particularly on the road.

Good job down there !!!!
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