Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - In a top 25 matchup, the No. 14 ranked Auburn Tigers hosted the No. 18 ranked Georgia Bulldogs in the first game of their second home SEC series of the season here at Jane B. Moore Field. 

The Tigers ended up losing 7-6 in a close game, never managing to overcome the initial lead the Bulldogs earned in the first inning.

In the top of the first inning, Georgia went up four runs starting with a double by Alyssa DiCarlo that brought CJ Landrum home. Auburn was quick to respond when Kendall Veach hit a 3-run homerun that put the Tigers behind by only one point at the end of the first.

From there, the Bulldogs went on to score one run in the third inning, thanks to a homerun by DiCarlo. By the end of the fifth, they were still up against the Tigers 7-4. 

In the sixth inning, Justus Perry hit a homerun, followed by a double from Casey McCrackin. Taylon Snow ran home and put the Tigers only one run down at the end of the sixth.

Neither team scored in the seventh inning as the Tigers fell to the Bulldogs, 7-6. They lost their 8-game winning streak against Georgia, as well as their 18-game home winning streak.

The second game of the series will be held at Jane B. Moore field, tomorrow March 30 at 6 p.m.

The Tigers ended up losing 7-6 in a close game, never managing to overcome the initial lead the Bulldogs earned in the first inning.

In the top of the first inning, Georgia went up four runs starting with a double by Alyssa DiCarlo that brought CJ Landrum home. Auburn was quick to respond when Kendall Veach hit a 3-run homerun that put the Tigers behind by only one point at the end of the first.

From there, the Bulldogs went on to score one run in the third inning, thanks to a homerun by DiCarlo. By the end of the fifth, they were still up against the Tigers 7-4. 

In the sixth inning, Justus Perry hit a homerun, followed by a double from Casey McCrackin. Taylon Snow ran home and put the Tigers only one run down at the end of the sixth.

Neither team scored in the seventh inning as the Tigers fell to the Bulldogs, 7-6. They lost their 8-game winning streak against Georgia, as well as their 18-game home winning streak.

The second game of the series will be held at Jane B. Moore field, tomorrow March 30 at 6 p.m.