OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Taylor Schlopy homered twice to help
Georgia rally from an early three-run deficit for a 7-5 win against
Michigan on Saturday night at the Women's College World Series.
Schlopy became only the fourth player in World Series history to homer twice in one game, and the sixth-seeded Bulldogs set a Series record with four home runs in a game.
Schlopy's three-run blast into the stands in left field put Georgia (46-11) on top 5-3 in the second inning, and Ashley Pauly and Brianna Hesson also homered.
Christie Hamilton (26-9) came on in relief and picked up her second win of the day despite having a series of illegal pitches called against her.
Roya St. Clair homered and drove in three runs to lead the Michigan (47-12) offense.