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UGA softball falls short in WCWS Final 4

Georgia's Erin Arevalo pitches against UCLA in the first inning of an NCAA championship softball tournament game in Oklahoma City, Sunday, June 6, 2010. UCLA won 5-2.)

Georgia's Erin Arevalo pitches against UCLA in the first inning of an NCAA championship softball tournament game in Oklahoma City, Sunday, June 6, 2010. UCLA won 5-2.)

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Ninth-ranked Georgia's run at the 2010 Women's College World Series came to an end Sunday afternoon as the Bulldogs fell to the fifth-ranked UCLA Bruins, 5-2, at the ASA Hall of Stadium. Georgia, which was fighting out of the losers' bracket after losing to Tennessee on Friday night, needed to beat UCLA twice to advance to the title game.

Georgia finished its 2010 season with a 50-13 record including a 2-2 mark at the WCWS.

Erin Arevalo suffered the loss for the Lady Bulldogs to conclude her season with a 20-7 record.

The Lady Bulldogs' two runs came on a single to left in the fourth from junior Alisa Goler. Fellow juniors Taylor Schlopy and Megan Wiggins scored the runs.

Georgia, which advanced to its second-ever WCWS and made the Final Four in both appearances, concludes the 2010 having established several new single-season school records including home runs (99), runs (422), doubles (102), RBI (380) and total bases.