Bell hits 2 HRs, LSU beats Georgia in WCWS elimination game
OKLAHOMA CITY - Bianka Bell hit two home runs and LSU beat Georgia 4-1 on Sunday in an elimination game at the Women's College World Series.
Bell hit a two-run homer in the first inning and a solo homer in the fifth for the Tigers (52-17).
Carley Hoover pitched a complete game for LSU. She allowed three hits and struck out five.
Georgia's only run came in the fourth inning. Alyssa DiCarlo singled and scored on a fielder's choice.
Chelsea Wilkinson went the distance for Georgia (46-20). She gave up six hits and three earned runs.
Georgia, seeded 16th, was the lowest-seed team to make the world series field. The Bulldogs knocked off No. 1 seed Florida in Super Regionals, then kept it going by beating Florida State in its world series opener.
LSU will play Oklahoma on Sunday night. The Tigers will need to win to stay alive.
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