ALBANY, Ga. -- Every time the Georgia Southwestern State University baseball team scored Wednesday evening, Albany State University had an answer in a 6-5 loss at the ASU West Campus Field.
Albany State answered with a run in the bottom half of the inning.
Albany State answered with a run in the bottom half of the inning and delivered a run in the third with two hits and a walk to take its first lead of the evening.
Once again, Albany State answered in the bottom half of the inning. The Golden Rams benefited from four walks and an error to go back out front, 6-5.
From the fifth inning on both sides were held scoreless by solid relief pitching.
GSW starting pitcher Stewart Tyler (0-4) tossed 3 2/3 innings, was charged with three earned runs, walked four and struck out three. Jared Donalson walked a pair and struck out three over his 2 1/3 scoreless innings on the hill. A.J. Hayes and Dakota Jackman took an inning apiece to close out the game. Jackman fanned two.
The Hurricanes scored four of their five runs while Jordan Griffin (1-0) was on the mound for Albany State. Trey McMillan struck out two of the three batters he faced in the ninth inning to get the save. The Golden Rams threw five pitchers in the game.
GSW falls to 6-25 overall this spring while Albany State improved its record to 15-13. The Golden Rams complete their first season sweep of GSW since the Hurricanes joined the NCAA Division II ranks in 2006-07. GSW holds a 16-8 edge in the series during that time, although Albany State has won three of the last four contests.
Who Stood Out: Jones went 3-for-5 at the plate with a double and an RBI to record his third three-hit game of the spring. Moore added two hits and a pair of RBIs. Baita and Logan collected two hits apiece and both scored a run. GSW out-hit Albany State 12-8.
Riliani Familia and Trey McMillan had two hits apiece to lead the Golden Rams.
Up Next: GSW returns to Americus for its final four home games of the spring, beginning with a three-game Peach Belt Conference series against Columbus State (26-6, 10-4 PBC) that starts Friday at 5 p.m.