Savannah State Earns Spot in Inaugural Black College World Series

Savannah State Tigers Baseball team will be participating in the inaugural Black College World Series
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Georgia's Savannah State Tigers Baseball team will be participating in the inaugural Black College World Series taking place April 28-May 1 at Riverwalk Stadium in Alabama.

Despite the cancellation of its conference championship, the Savannah State baseball team will still get a chance to participate in postseason play this year.

The Tigers have earned the No. 1 seed in the first-ever Black College World Series. Savannah State is one of eight HBCU teams vying for this year’s title.

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