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Georgia tech baseball roster

Georgia tech baseball roster

Georgia tech baseball roster

C Austin Lyon, LF Josh Haggerty, RF Gary Carlson Jr, CF Robby Chavez, DH Peter Triguera, 2B Dexter McNamara, SS Donnie LaRue, 3B Ryan Timmons, SS Jeremy Buss, 1B Kris Baum, C Nick Lansing, 3B Roy Johnson Jr, 2B Gabriel Guerrero, DH Lewis Scooter, RHP Davis Johnson, RHP Connor Roark, RHP Michael Green, RHP Brian Weeks, RHP Chris Vance, LHP

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The 2021 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets baseball team represented Georgia Tech during the 2021 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Yellow Jackets played their home games at Russ Chandler Stadium as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They were led by head coach Danny Hall, in his 28th season at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech finished the regular season winning the Coastal Division. In the 2021 ACC Baseball Tournament, the Yellow Jackets reached the semifinals before losing to NC State. Georgia Tech earned an at-large bid into the 2021 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, where they were the second seed in the Nashville Regional. They were eliminated by Vanderbilt in the Regional. Georgia Tech finished the season with a 31–25 overall record.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets baseball team represents the Georgia Institute of Technology in NCAA Division I college baseball. Along with most other Georgia Tech athletic teams, the baseball team participates in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Yellow Jackets play their home games in Russ Chandler Stadium and they are currently coached by Danny Hall.And then there are those three freshmen. Drew Compton looks like the next in a long line of great Georgia Tech sluggers. A 6-foot-2, 205-pound switch-hitter, Compton has a quiet setup and an advanced feel for his barrel from both sides. The right-handed-hitting Andrew Jenkins has similar strength and is similarly advanced, as illustrated by the fact that Tech hit Compton and Jenkins in the 4- and 5-holes against outside competition this fall. Jake Holland is likely behind the other two offensively, but he did impress with his ability to drive the ball the other way in the fall. (Source: www.ncaa.com)

 

 

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