COLUMBIA, S.C. - The story of Georgia Southern's postseason from the Southern Conference tournament to the NCAA regionals was all about starting pitching.
Andy Moye has been around the program for a long time.
2011 NCAA Baseball Regionals
COLUMBIA, S.C. - All three of South Carolina's college baseball powerhouses will get to stay in the state for the opening round of the NCAA baseball tournament.
Georgia Southern's Chris Beck was named the "Primetime Pitcher of the Week" by CollegeBaseball360.com.
The South Carolina Gamecocks are the No. 4 overall seed in the 64-team NCAA baseball tournament, they're the only Southeastern Conference team that has been to the regionals each year since 2000, they've been to Omaha for the College World Series four times in the last 11 years, they're the defending national champions and Georgia Southern's got to play them on Friday.
Baseball is a game of rhythm and streaks. Lineups, pitching rotations and bullpen setup can all lead to success when a team finds just the right combination.
The last time Georgia Southern made an appearance in the regionals, the NCAA made sure it was just about as far away as possible.
The Georgia Southern Eagles will head to one of the following NCAA baseball regionals, where they will compete with the host team and two other qualifiers to advance in the first round of the NCAA Division I tournament.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – Chris Beck threw 234 pitches in 17 innings, struck out 22 batters and allowed one earned run on eight hits in two Southern Conference tournament games at Joe Riley Park.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - It was only the semifinals of the Southern Conference Tournament, but everything about it felt like a championship game.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – There's still a long way to go, but as of 3 a.m. Thursday morning, fourth-seeded Georgia Southern has been in the driver's seat at the Southern Conference baseball tournament.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – In what is the last Southern Conference Tournament for Georgia Southern senior Andy Moye, his second-game start couldn't have gone much better.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The game didn't end until 3:01 a.m., but for the fans that were there until the end, it was worth every minute.
After Georgia Southern went two-and-out at the 2010 Southern Conference baseball tournament, juniors Andy Moye and Shawn Payne were drafted to the minors.