Georgia Sports

stories from | May 24, 2017
HOOVER, Ala. | Sophomore Konnor Pilkinton carried a shutout to the ninth to lead 19th-ranked Mississippi State to a 3-0 win over Georgia at the SEC Tournament Wednesday at the Hoover Met.Full Story
stories from | May 24, 2017
ATHENS | Sophomore Michael Curry earned First-Team All-SEC honors while Cam Shepherd was named Freshman All-SEC in a vote of the league coaches, the SEC announced Monday.Full Story
stories from | May 24, 2017
Georgia’s Nathan Ponwith held off Southern Illinois’ Piotr Baranski at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex Wednesday to advance to the second round of the singles men’s tournament.Full Story
stories from | May 24, 2017
Georgia’s Emil Reinberg and Ellen Perez advanced out of the first batch of morning matches at the NCAA Championships at Dan Magill Tennis Complex Wednesday.Full Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
The Georgia men’s basketball team is getting a big boost for next season.Full Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
Full day for UGAFull Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
“The Odd Couple” aired in the 1960s as a popular sitcom and, up until its cancellation recently, again in a reimagined version. The term ‘odd couple’ has since entered American lexicon as a way of describing two people who are inexplicably drawn to each other.Full Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
With team competition complete, the singles tournament begins today at Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Here’s the schedule for competitors from the University of Georgia:Full Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
You likely missed it. What’s more you probably don’t care, in that if you are a sports aficionado, you likely are most attracted to traditional events where a ball is engaged—football, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and now gathering momentum, soccer — that the record of Georgia legend Spec Towns was broken a little over a week ago. After 81 years.Full Story
stories from | May 23, 2017
Greg McGarity knows he has his share of critics in his role as Georgia’s athletic director.Full Story
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