The crisp, white Wesleyan uniforms — green-socked feet sans cleats — aren’t necessary to make Riley and Cassie Henning mirror images. It just emphasizes the surface similarities. Like the long, wavy blond hair and bright grins.
The Gwinnett Gladiators have added more depth to the roster for 2014-15 with the signing of forward Anthony Perdicaro and defenseman Bo Dolan on Tuesday.
Monday’s practice was just OK. Wesleyan’s coaching staff made sure to get the players’ attention afterward, chasing away the lingering post-win euphoria and getting them refocused.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s mens soccer team is paying a price for being good. As an independent, there are no required games for the Grizzlies. And getting other teams to risk another loss by scheduling GGC isn’t easy.
Filling the void left by a senior class that included all-american midfielder Jocelyn Baker and leading scorer Amanda Dale won’t be easy. Which is why Georgia Gwinnett College womens soccer coach Domenic Martelli is going the committee route.
Sean Berkstresser, who captained the Greenville Road Warriors to an appearance in the conference finals last season, is coming to Gwinnett.
An in-depth look at the 2014 Wesleyan School football team
Nathan Burns, a talented rookie forward coming out of the Western Hockey League ranks, has signed with the Gwinnett Gladiators.
The Gwinnett Gladiators have signed former N.Y. Islanders draft pick and OHL all-star defenseman Tony DeHart for the 2014-15 season.
Brenden Walker scored the first goal and the last goal of the 2013-14 season for the Gwinnett Gladiators.
Defenseman Joe Stejskal, part of the future considerations in last March’s deal that sent Evan Bloodoff and Rob Kwiet to the Everblades, has been signed for the 2014-15 season.
The excitement is building again, three years after a group of gangly grade schoolers gathered for Providence Christian’s first football practice.
If Daniel Spivak wanted it easy, he wouldn’t have decided to give his fledgeling juicing business a storefront. The undertaking nearly had him hanging up his skates. He thinks he can do both and so re-signed with the Gladiators.
Pierro-Zabotel returning to Gwinnett for 2014-15
The second piece of what was the Gwinnett Gladiators most potent forward line down the stretch is coming back with the hope of picking up where things left off.
After what the Gwinnett Gladiators went through last season, it’s no wonder they wasted little time locking up goaltender Mark Guggenberger for the 2014-15 season.
The Gwinnett Gladiators made last year’s leading scorer, Marshall Everson, their first official signing for the 2014-15 season Tuesday. Also announced was the addition of rookie forward Randy Cameron.
A day after the Atlanta Silverbacks’ wild 2-1 win over MLS Columbus sent them to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup, defenseman Ryan Roushandel texted his good friend Sean Johnson.
Beth McGee is ranked No. 1 in the nation in the 100-meter freestyle and No. 2 in the 50 free for her age group.
South Gwinnett hires new volleyball head coach
Peachtree Ridge assistant Jared Harris has been promoted to head wrestling coach, moving up to take over for Sean Page.
The ECHL board of governors meetings concluded with, among other things, the approval of new division alignments.
The Gwinnett Braves played seven nip-and-tuck innings with Louisville and then buried the Bats in the eighth for a series-capping 8-1 victory Monday at Coolray Field.
His first three trips to the state track and field championship meet had not gone well for Bailey Vitatoe.
It wasn’t all that long ago, late March, when Madison Kerr went to practice for her sand volleyball team and it started snowing.
The Georgia Gwinnett College baseball team got to have a little fun before they got down to business on the other side of the country.
The Gwinnett Gladiators renewed the contract of head coach Rick Emmett and team president Steve Chapman had a number of specific reasons for the decision.
The Spartans scored two goals in the first 10 minutes and rolled to an 8-0 victory in the Class AA boys soccer quarterfinals Friday.
Facing Pace Academy’s two top prospects, and with scouts in the stands, Hebron Christian swept the Knights in the second round of the Class A playoffs Wednesday.
Bradley Roby did a lot of talking at the NFL combine and his on-field results made their own statement. Now it’s a wait-and-see game for the cornerback out of Ohio State.
The Norcross grad is doing all the things he couldn’t during his 12-year NFL career. He’s traveling, going hunting and driving his daughter to school.
After winning Game 1 with a clutch offensive play, Hebron turned a double play to end Providence’s chance at a rally in Game 2. The Lions sweep a taut opening series in the Class A playoffs.
Senior Jenny Allen’s goal 2:15 into the second half broke a scoreless tie and helped the No. 3 ranked Broncos to a 2-1 victory over Chattahoochee in the first round of the Class AAAAAA girls soccer playoffs.
Cassidy Littlefield leads the NAIA in at-bats per game and is among the top five in seven other categories, including hits per game (1.872), total hits (88), stolen bases (43) and triples (eight).
Few boys soccer programs in Georgia have been as successful for as long as Greater Atlanta Christian, which just finished the first unbeaten regular season in program history
North Gwinnett sophomore Christina Yang defended her Region 7-AAAAAA title Monday and did it with a significant addition to the field. Last year Yang didn’t have to beat Bailey Tardy.
Dacula’s girls picked a good time to have their best tournament. The Falcons were 13 strokes better than they were a year ago and walked away with the Region 8-AAAAAA golf title Tuesday at Summit Chase Country Club.
Mill Creek’s boys so dominated the field that they had a golfer in the top 10 whose score didn’t even count toward the team total.
Gwinnett resident since 1996 delivered a strong second round at the TPC at Sugarloaf
Miguel Angel Jimenez, leading at 9-under for the tournament, has a chance to become just the third wire-to-wire winner in his Champions Tour debut.
But the signing of goalie Mark Guggenberger and several trades near the deadline gave the Gladiators a boost at the end of the season. And a reason to be optimistic about next year despite missing the postseason for just the third time in team history.
Golfing legends Ben Crenshaw, Larry Mize and Larry Nelson swapped stories for more than an hour — to the amusement and entertainment of those guests honored to have attended Wednesday.
Another lackluster start and the Gwinnett Gladiators were in a hole too big to climb out of against the free-falling Elmira Jackals.
On opening night, Angelo Lombardo was in the press box, cueing up walk-out music for his teammates. Dressed in the Georgia Gwinnett College green and white uniform, Lombardo never really sat down.
It’s a shame the Gwinnett Gladiators don’t play in the Western Conference, because they’re finally a team that could make some noise in the postseason.
Stalwart defenseman headed overseas to play in World Championships
The Gwinnett Gladiators scored four unanswered goals and steamrolled a formidable Greenville team in a 7-3 victory on Friday night.
Senior central midfielders and twins Brahan and Fiorella Gamarra hope to finish their high school careers with state championships
Mill Creek assistant Jennifer Maloney replaces Bill Batchelor, who moved to the same position at Grayson after 13 seasons leading the Broncos.
The feisty Gwinnett Gladiators managed to extricate themselves from what could have been a devastating start and beat Greenville 6-4 on Saturday.
A numbing wind blew with unrelenting ferocity from left to right field for Part 1 in the Wesleyan-Greater Atlanta Christian season battle Tuesday.