South Alabama's senior pitcher, Olivia Lackie, delivered a stellar performance with her 37th career shutout, leading the Jaguars to a 3-0 victory over Georgia Southern and extending their win streak to five games.

By the Numbers
  • Olivia Lackie allowed only two base runners, walked one, and struck out seven in the game.
  • Marley Sims went 2-for-3 at the plate, driving in two runs with a triple in the fifth inning.
Yes, But

The Jaguars need to improve their hitting consistency despite the current streak of timely hits.

State of Play
  • South Alabama's win puts them at 22-14-1 overall and 8-5 in SBC, while Georgia Southern falls to 20-17 and 4-9 in SBC play.
  • Key players like Lackie, Sims, and Gonzalez have been performing well recently, contributing to the team's success.
What's Next

South Alabama will look to continue their momentum in the series against Georgia Southern with the next game scheduled for a 3 p.m. start.

Bottom Line

Olivia Lackie's dominant pitching and Marley Sims' key hits propelled South Alabama to victory, showcasing the team's potential for continued success in the ongoing series.