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.
The Georgia Gwinnett College men’s tennis team, set to begin its first season eligible to compete for postseason championships, has set a new school record by being ranked fifth in the NAIA Men’s Tennis Coaches’ preseason top 25 poll. The womens were ranked No. 20.
Event is open to current GGC students, high school seniors and potential college transfers
Grizzlies will host weekly show at Newk’s Eatery in Lawrenceville with GGC coaches, athletes and other personnel
Weekly shows with Grizzly coaches, athletes and guests will be open to the public
Grizzlies inch closer to goal of overall athlete GPA of 3.0
Winder native led the Grizzlies to a 14-win season and the program’s first postseason berth
Scott Ward an the assistant baseball coach at Georgia Gwinnett College. The Florida native is leading the charge of creating the Grizzly Baseball Academy, a training arm of the baseball program focused on players in the GGC community. In this installment of “Getting to Know…” staff writer Ben Beitzel talks with Ward about his camps, playing minor league baseball and working with Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin.
Senior school’s first all-american honoree
Grizzlies face challenging schedule in first season of postseason eligibility
DeCou led Grizzlies to national tournament in first season of eligibility
It’s a rematch, but it’s a rematch after months have elapsed and neither team is the same as it was at the end of August.
Grizzlies softball will play 25 games at home this season
Grizzlies hit the road for NAIA tourney opener, rematch against Embry-Riddle