What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State fell at South Alabama 7-0 Friday in the opening game of the Sun Belt Conference series.
* GSU managed six hits but left 10 on base.
* PLEASE NOTE: Saturday's game has been moved up to noon ET due to impending inclement weather.


MOBILE, ALA. -- Georgia State fell at South Alabama 7-0 Friday in the opening game of the Sun Belt Conference series Friday at Stanky Field.

The Panthers (11-11, 1-3 Sun Belt) managed six hits but left 10 on base.

The game was scoreless until the fourth inning, when Will Lufts drew a one-out walk off GSU starter Bryce Conley (2-3), and the Eddie Paparella hit a two-run homer to put the Jaguars up 2-0.

The Panthers still trailed just 2-0 until South Alabama (13-9, 3-1 Sun Belt) scored two runs in the seventh on a perfectly executed squeeze bunt with the bases loaded. USA added three more run in the eighth.

South Alabama starter Randy Bell (1-2) struck out a career-high 11 in seven innings. Reliever Matt Peacock added three more, striking out the
side in the eighth inning after the Panthers loaded the bases against Bell on a single, a walk and and an error.

Will Kilgore had two hits for GSU.

Game 2 of the series on Saturday has been moved up to noon ET due to impending inclement weather.