Georgia State head coach landed four Gwinnett recruits this season and could have had even more
University of Georgia junior pitcher/first baseman Jared Walsh will miss the first nine games of the season due to a violation of team rules, head coach Scott Stricklin said Wednesday.
Georgia Tech hauled in 21 players for its 2014 football signing class on Wednesday, including four early enrollees who are already on campus headlined by four-star cornerback Step Durham (Jacksonville, Fla.) and quarterback Matthew Jordan (Jackson, Ala.).
The fifth-ranked Georgia Gwinnett men’s tennis team raced its way to a 9-0 sweep of Dalton State College on Wednesday afternoon in the team’s season-opening match at a breezy GGC Tennis Facility in Lawrenceville.
The Georgia football team came into National Signing Day with 18 verbal commitments for the signing class of 2014. Not only did all of those players fill out and send in their national letters of intent, but the program also managed to pick up signatures from three more recruits in the process, including receiver Isaiah McKenzie and tight end Hunter Atkinson.
Buford's Davis posted a double-double Monday night as the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated Pittsburgh in ACC women's basketball
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Georgia Gwinnett College blanks visiting Clayton State for first-ever win over ranked opponent
The Grizzlies trailed after the seventh inning in all three games in the series, but strung together a trio of comeback victories for the sweep.
Tech tops Wake Forest; Bulldogs fall again to Auburn
News and notes about Gwinnett grads shining in college athletics
Chase Hodges isn’t hedging his bets. He’ll tell you, the goal of the Georgia Gwinnett College tennis teams is to win the national championship. This season.
It might not have been pretty, but it was gritty and it was a win. Georgia Gwinnett College rallied to beat Shawnee State 11-6 on Friday, overcoming some opening-day jitters and showing it’s offense has teeth.
Georgia Gwinnett Colllege’s baseball team started last season, it’s first, with 22 road games. It didn’t keep the Grizzlies from racking up the wins, but they will absolutely benefit from having their field ready from the get-go.
Kat Ihlenburg sees it when one of her players sweeps the dugout free of dust and dirt. Ownership. Pride.