ATLANTA -- Freshman Ryan Glass homered and drove in two runs as Georgia State defeated Morehouse 7-4 Tuesday at the GSU Baseball Complex for its fourth straight win.

The game, which was a late addition to the schedule after a rainout last week, was called in the bottom of the fifth inning after a heavy fog settled across the outfield, making it very difficult to see the ball.

Glass, the rookie from Atlanta's Woodward Academy, drove his first-inning homer to straightaway center field for his second round-tripper of the season. He also had an RBI fielder's choice.

Georgia State (8-3) jumped on the Maroon Tigers' quickly as Kendall Ford drew a leadoff walked, stole second and third and came home on a groundout by Tervont Johnson before Glass put the Panthers up 2-0.

Romero Greer, Tanner Gallman, Kalen Puckett, Johnson and Glass drove in runs in the Panthers' five-run second inning as GSU took a 7-0 lead.

Making his first appearance on the mound, junior right-hander Craig Williams (1-0) pitched three scoreless innings on a staff day to earn the victory.

Morehouse managed four runs in the fourth inning as reliever A.J. Rolle struggled to find the strike zone, but Andrew Keene came on for the final 1-2/3 innings.

Georgia State hosts Georgia Tech Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the GSU Baseball Complex. Admission and parking are free.