New Georgia Gwinnett College women's soccer coach Chris Kouns added to his staff on Friday with the hiring of former NCAA Division I standout Andrea Kaminski as his assistant coach
After posting nation-best totals in both hits and RBIs, Milton native Ty Abbott became the first-ever Grizzly to be named National Player of the Year by the NAIA Baseball Coaches Association
The Georgia Gwinnett College softball team may have completed just its third season, but Cassidy Littlefield has ensured that her name will resonate forever in the school’s record books
SKILLMAN, N.J. — Valeria Podda became the first-ever Georgia Gwinnett tennis player to earn a national No. 1 ranking in singles on Thursday as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association released its final rankings for the 2015 season.
For nearly a month leading up to the national tennis championship tournament, Georgia Gwinnett’s men just worked on their doubles play.
The Georgia Gwinnett College women's tennis team nearly completed a thrilling comeback, but fell to Auburn-Montgomery in the NAIA finals on Sunday
The Georgia Gwinnett College men's tennis team went wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in NAIA after rolling to the national championship on Sunday
It took over 25 hours to complete, but the Georgia Gwinnett women’s tennis team punched its ticket to a second straight NAIA national championship match with four singles wins to beat Xavier (La.) 5-3 on Saturday at Mobile Tennis Center.
St. Thomas won the Lawrenceville Bracket on Friday, denying the Georgia Gwinnett College baseball team a return visit to the NAIA World Series
GGC men, women advance in Mobile
Jordan Cox redshirted last season when GGC won the NAIA championship. With Cox, the No. 2 player in the nation, the Grizzlies are prepared to defend their crown.
MOBILE, Ala. — In a match that could readily be described as routine, the top-ranked and No. 1-seeded Georgia Gwinnett men’s tennis team eased past 17th-seeded McPherson in 5-0 fashion in the second round of the NAIA National Championship at Mobile Tennis Center.
Georgia Gwinnett College's softball team saw its season come to an end with a loss to Davenport in the NAIA Opening Round
Despite spotting fourth-seeded St. Catharine (Ky.) a three-run lead in the first inning, the fourth-ranked and top-seeded Georgia Gwinnett baseball team began its defense of the NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round Lawrenceville Bracket with an 11-5 victory on Tuesday evening in Lawrenceville to advance in the winner’s bracket on the first day of the double-elimination event.
Georgia Gwinnett College head coach Chase Hodges and three of his players earned top awards prior to this week’s NAIA National Championships