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Anderson leaves with two wins over Albany St.

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Talk about about test week for the Albany State softball team.  Coming up this week the Lady Rams softball team back to back series against the nation's number one team Valdosta State on Tuesday and then 10th ranked Columbus State Wednesday.

First on Sunday, the Lady Rams had a home double header against South Atlantic powerhouse Anderson.  ASU failed to get much offense going in game one while the Anderson bats had their way.  The Lady Rams lost game one 16-0 and also fell in game two 8-4.

Albany State will host top ranked Valdosta State on Tuesday with game one of a double header starting at 1 p.m. at Golden Rams Park.

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