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Mistakes cost Eagles
Mountaineers knock GSU out of SoCon Tourney
Dexter Bobo
Dexter Bobo, getting his first-career start for Georgia Southern after spending the last two seasons as the Eagles' closer, throws a pitch during the second day of the Southern Conference tournament against Appalachian State Thursday morning at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in Charleston, S.C. The Mountaineers scored four unearned runs and eliminated GSU with a 6-2 win. - photo by Courtesy Southern Conference
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Georgia Southern made the mistakes, and Appalachian State did the rest. The seventh-seeded Mountaineers got four unearned runs on the board as they stayed alive in the 2010 Southern Conference Tournament, knocking off No. 3 GSU 6-2 as the Eagles were the first team eliminated Thursday morning at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.