Peach Belt Conference
Softball Championship


Georgia College

From its founding as a women’s educational center in 1889, our institution has consistently been a destination for students looking to make a difference in the world. We are Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university and offer 37 undergraduate degrees and more than 25 graduate programs. More importantly, we teach every student how to learn and we strive to instill a lifelong passion for learning that serves our students well regardless of the career paths they choose. The main Georgia College campus is located in Milledgeville, a charming, traditional southern town less than a two-hour drive from Atlanta. There are additional campus locations in Macon and at Robins Air Force Base.

Milledgeville, G.A.

Milledgeville is Georgia's Antebellum Capital, serving as the Antebellum Capital from 1803 to 1868. Carefully planned from its inception, the city was envisioned as an appealing combination of broad streets running parallel with the four points of a compass and public squares of twenty acres each. Today, in fact, Milledgeville is considered to be the only surviving example of a complete Federal period city.


#1 North Georgia Nighthawks


#2 Armstrong State Pirates


#3 Flagler Saints


#4 Young Harris Mountain Lions

Mountain Lions

#5 Georgia College Bobcats


#6 Columbus State Cougars


#7 Montevallo Falcons


#8 Francis Marion Patriots


Tournament Central

Date Home Score Away Score Status Links
Fri. 21 Armstrong State 9 Montevallo % 4 Final
  Flagler 7 Columbus State % 1 Final
  Georgia College 3 Young Harris % 9 Final
  North Georgia 6 Francis Marion % 1 Final
Sat. 22 Armstrong State 1 Flagler % 2 Final - 12 innings
  North Georgia 5 Young Harris % 4 Final
  North Georgia 4 Flagler % 0 Final
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