Grizzlies sweep Sunday doubleheader with host Embry-Riddle
Six different Grizzlies had a multi-hit game, led by Phillip Bates’ 3-for-4 performance
Southern Poly hands previously unbeaten Georgia Gwinnett College first loss of the season
Grizzlies rally from 6-1 deficit, claim victory in the bottom of the seventh inning
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.
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.
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.
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