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Jul. 20, 2014

For the Georgia women’s basketball team, this summer represents a good-news/better-news scenario. - Full Story

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Jul. 16, 2014

For the Georgia women’s basketball team, this summer represents a good-news/better-news scenario. - Full Story

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Jul. 10, 2014

Stephanie Peters is no stranger to Georgia’s Gabrielsen Natatorium, but it’s safe to say she’s going to be very happy now that it’s her new home pool. - Full Story

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Jun. 23, 2014

Although Georgia’s Kendell Williams held great hopes for a special freshman year in Athens, never in her wildest dreams did she think she’d accomplish so much in just 10 months. - Full Story

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Jun. 4, 2014

Before former Georgia quarterback David Greene regaled his audience with stories of past Southeastern Conference battles, the Athens Rotary Club paused Wednesday afternoon to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, when the Allied Forces stormed the beaches of France during World War II. - Full Story

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May. 24, 2014

There was no more magic left for the No. 7 Georgia softball team Saturday afternoon. - Full Story

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May. 23, 2014

A disastrous first inning and a pitching performance by a wily veteran spelled doom for No. 7 Georgia Friday in its NCAA super regional opener against Baylor. - Full Story

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Paige Wilson is one of just a handful of Georgia softball players who knows what it’s like to compete in an NCAA Super Regional, and her memories aren’t great ones. The Bulldogs’ last appearance in what basically amounts to the final qualifying round for the Women’s College World Series was short and anything but sweet. […] - Full Story

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May. 22, 2014

Paige Wilson is one of just a handful of Georgia softball players who knows what it’s like to compete in an NCAA Super Regional, and her memories aren’t great ones. - Full Story

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May. 19, 2014

It’s entirely appropriate that Georgia shortstop Paige Wilson drove in the run that clinched the NCAA Athens Regional for the No. 7 Bulldogs late Sunday evening. In five games over the weekend, Wilson recorded 11 hits, including four on Sunday, a day when the fourth-seeded Bulldogs needed to beat NC State twice to advance to […] - Full Story

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It’s entirely appropriate that Georgia shortstop Paige Wilson drove in the run that clinched the NCAA Athens Regional for the No. 7 Bulldogs late Sunday evening. - Full Story

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May. 17, 2014

On a day when the top four seeds fell, perhaps Georgia fell hardest of all. - Full Story

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The No. 7 Georgia softball team will have two chances today to do something that it was unable to accomplish on Saturday — beat NC State. - Full Story

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May. 15, 2014

In the 14 years Lu Harris-Champer has coached the Georgia softball team, the Bulldogs have scaled great heights, including several Southeastern Conference championships, untold NCAA Regional and Super Regional triumphs and a pair of appearances in the Women’s College World Series. - Full Story

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May. 9, 2014

In its first-round match against Elon in the NCAA Championships Friday, the No. 1 Georgia women’s tennis team played like it had somewhere else to be. - Full Story

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Apr. 12, 2014

Georgia defensive back Lucas Redd got the call to start for the Black Team in Georgia’s annual G-Day game Saturday at Sanford Stadium and experienced a day to remember. - Full Story

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Apr. 11, 2014

For Georgia receiver Jonathon Rumph, the difference between this spring and last spring is like the distance between Athens and his hometown of Cayce, S.C., which, for the record, is about 160 miles. - Full Story

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Mar. 22, 2014

Andy Landers admitted that there was a time this season when he wasn’t sure his Lady Bulldogs would be invited to the program’s 20th consecutive NCAA tournament. - Full Story

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Mar. 20, 2014

Fresh off the Georgia women’s third-place finish at the NCAA indoor track and field championships last weekend, the Bulldogs begin the outdoor season today in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Tempe, Ariz. - Full Story

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Mar. 19, 2014

Georgia swimmer Shannon Vreeland has competed all over the country and the world and she has the hardware to prove it. - Full Story

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Mar. 17, 2014

For the 20th consecutive March, the Georgia women’s basketball team is going to the ball. - Full Story

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Mar. 7, 2014

DULUTH | Georgia may well be destined for its 20th consecutive NCAA tournament, but the Lady Bulldogs sure didn’t look like a tournament team on Friday. Utilizing a merciless inside game, top-seeded South Carolina (27-3) pounded ninth seed Georgia (20-11) in nearly every imaginable way, blasting the Lady Bulldogs 67-48 in the quarterfinals of the […] - Full Story

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Mar. 6, 2014

DULUTH | The Georgia Lady Bulldogs found the cure for what ailed them the first time they faced Vanderbilt in early January. - Full Story

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Mar. 5, 2014

There’s not much question that the Georgia team that faces Vanderbilt today in the Southeastern Conference tournament is better than the one that lost to the Commodores in early January. - Full Story

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Mar. 1, 2014

For Georgia’s Khaalidah Miller, the memories of her first game as a Lady Bulldog aren’t sketchy – she doesn’t recall any of the details of the team’s 58-43 victory over Georgia Southern, which isn’t surprising, considering it was four years and nearly 130 games ago. - Full Story

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