Fighting to stay above the .500 mark on the season, the Yellow Jackets made it a clean sweep of Pittsburgh in a Saturday through Monday series.
Georgia Tech (24-21, 9-15 ACC) went into a three-game series with the Pitt Panthers Saturday at an even 21-21 on the year and with only six conference wins.
The Jackets swept visiting Pittsburgh to keep hope alive for a winning ACC record and a chance for better seeding in the upcoming conference tournament.
On Saturday, Tech’s bats were just enough to outlast the Panthers in an 8-7 win that saw a combined 26 hits.
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Sunday clinched the series for the Yellow Jackets with another close win, this time 4-3.
Keyton Gibson moved to 2-2 on the year in his start, giving up two runs on four hits in five innings of work. Only one of those runs was earned.
Four Jackets drove in runs Sunday, led by a 2-for-2 day for
, who also had an RBI and two runs for Tech.
Jake Lee came through big for the Yellow Jackets with seven innings of work. He gave up a pair of runs on five hits, striking out five and only walking one batter.
Tech got a fifth save from Zac Ryan to close it out, and complete the three-game series sweep of the Panthers.
The Jackets will face the arch-rival Georgia Bulldogs (19-29) at SunTrust Park on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.