SEC Baseball Tournament Scores: Georgia Knocks Out Auburn, 3-2

The Georgia Bulldogs entered the second round of the 2011 SEC baseball tournament on the ropes, as did the Auburn Tigers. The Diamond Dawgs got the better of their SEC West rivals with a 3-2 victory, moving on to play the loser of Thursday's game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and Vanderbilt Commodores.

Alex Wood hurled a complete game, netting the W, allowing seven hits and recording eight strike outs. Outfielder Peter Verdin was the offensive standout, producing three hits and a stolen base in four at bats.

Carolina and Vandy will play after Alabama and Florida, meaning UGA will have to wait until the end of the round to discover their next opponent. That'll probably be Vandy, making for five of the last six games being played against the Dores, of which UGA has only won one.

Check here for live college baseball tournament scores. For more on the UGA baseball team, check out Dawg Sports. For more SEC sports, join Team Speed KillsFor more on college baseball, browse SB Nation's team-specific college sports blogs.

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