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Feb. 5, 2016

COLUMBIA, Mo. | Behind a 17-2 fourth-quarter run that was sparked by nine points from Tiaria Griffin, the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team (17-6, 5-5) pulled the upset over No. 21 Missouri (18-5, 6-4) by a 65-50 tally on Thursday night at Mizzou Arena. Caliya Robinson registered a double-double in the contest with 12 points […] - Full Story

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Feb. 3, 2016

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Jan. 31, 2016

NASHVILLE, TENN. | Behind standout performances from Shacobia Barbee, Caliya Robinson and Tiaria Griffin, the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team (16-6, 4-5) emerged from Vanderbilt’s (15-6, 4-4) Memorial Gymnasium victorious for the first time in a decade with a 64-58 win Sunday afternoon. Barbee led all scorers in the contest with 15 points, finishing only […] - Full Story

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Jan. 30, 2016

With the seniors starring in their final home meet, the No. 1-ranked Georgia women’s swimming and diving team earned its 100th consecutive victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium on Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs dispatched No. 17 Wisconsin 172-123 to extend their Division I swimming and diving record that began Nov. 8, 1995. Georgia is 101-1 all-time in […] - Full Story

Dorothy had it right. There’s no place like home. The past and present members of Georgia’s swimming and diving team know that all too well. On Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs will attempt to win their 100th consecutive meet within the friendly confines of Gabrielsen Natatorium when Wisconsin visits at 10 a.m. Georgia’s women are 100-1 all-time at home […] - Full Story

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Jan. 23, 2016

The No. 1-ranked Georgia women’s swimming and diving team earned its 100th overall and its 99th consecutive victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium with a 173.5-121.5 decision over No. 12 Tennessee on Saturday. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs also topped the No. 12 Volunteers 165-135. The Lady Bulldogs are 100-1 since Gabrielsen Natatorium opened Nov. 3, 1995. They also […] - Full Story

COLUMBIA, Mo. | Senior Brandie Jay had a career night in her first All-Around performance, claiming a 39.475 overall score, but the No. 10 Georgia gymnastics team (1-3, 1-1) fell at Missouri by a final score of 195.8-195.35 on Friday night at Mizzou Arena. Jay paced the Gymdogs in two separate rotations, including a 9.85 […] - Full Story

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Jan. 17, 2016

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. | The trio of Tiaria Griffin, Shacobia Barbee and Pachis Roberts combined for 42 points, but the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team (13-5, 1-4) never found scoring depth and fell 64-50 to Alabama (13-5, 2-3) on Sunday afternoon at Foster Auditorium. In front of a strong Georgia contingent in the stands, the trio […] - Full Story

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Jan. 16, 2016

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. | Behind strong finishes from Brittany Rogers and Mary Beth Box on beam, the No. 15 Georgia gymnastics team staved off a comeback by Arkansas to win its first meet of the season 196.775–196.700 at Barnhill Arena on Friday. As the score tightened in the final rotation, Rogers and Box posted 9.9 and […] - Full Story

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Jan. 15, 2016

Junior forward Halle Washington scored a career-high 17 points as the Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball team earned its first Southeastern Conference victory of the season defeating No. 20 Florida on the road, 71-61, Thursday night at the O’Connell Center. The win marks Georgia’s first victory over a ranked opponent on the road since Feb. 3, […] - Full Story

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Jan. 10, 2016

OXFORD, Miss. | The Georgia Bulldogs men’s basketball team (8-5, 1-2) fell to Ole Miss, 72-71, (12-3, 2-1) after the Rebels’ Stefan Moody scored a late game-winning basket Saturday night at The Pavilion at Ole Miss. The Bulldogs were led by sophomore Yante Maten with 20 points marking his seventh 20-point scoring output in the […] - Full Story

ANN ARBOR, Mich. | The No. 9-ranked Georgia gymnastics team fell to No. 7 Michigan 196.925-195.200 in the Gymdogs’ season opener at Crisler Center on Saturday. “There were quite a few positives,” Georgia head coach Danna Durante said. “We had a mistake on each of the events early on and the rest of the team […] - Full Story

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Jan. 8, 2016

Former University of Georgia defensive back Scott Woerner, the cornerstone of the 1980 national championship team defensive unit, has been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame according to an announcement Friday by the National Football Foundation (NFF). Woerner becomes the 13th former Georgia played elected to the Hall of Fame. The Bulldogs also have four former coaches […] - Full Story

Andy Landers, a Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame member and former coach of the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball program, has been named one of 14 honorees on this year’s Southeastern Conference Class Of Women’s Legends list. Landers, a native of Maryville, Tenn., and four-time National Coach of the Year, amassed 944 career wins during coaching […] - Full Story

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Jan. 5, 2016

By EMILY GIAMBALVO GRADY SPORTS BUREAU Brandon Lord was born in Canada, but that’s not what made him, as his teammates joked, “the foreigner” on the University of Georgia men’s cross country team. When UGA qualified for three consecutive national championships beginning in 2011, every runner in the men’s top-five lineup was a Georgia native, […] - Full Story

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Jan. 4, 2016

COLLEGE STATION, Texas | Shacobia Barbee recorded her fourth double-double of the season and 15th of her career, but her 17 points and 14 rebounds were unable to help Georgia (12-2, 0-1) overcome a tough No. 13/16 Texas A&M (11-3, 1-0) squad as the Lady Bulldog basketball team fell 73-62 to open conference play. Tiaria […] - Full Story

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Dec. 29, 2015

Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball freshman forward Caliya Robinson, who has played an instrumental role in the team’s 11-game win streak and 12-1 start to the 2015-16 season, has been named the SEC Freshman of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday. The Marietta, Ga., native put together two impressive performances over the past week […] - Full Story

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Dec. 28, 2015

By MINH THE NGUYEN GRADY SPORTS BUREAU Gazing up from the center “G” on a August 2012 night, then-freshman Andie Fontanetta immersed herself in the beauty of the University of Georgia’s Turner Soccer Complex — from the grandstands to the gardens surrounding the stadium. “If my first reaction of the facility was recorded, you would […] - Full Story

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Dec. 26, 2015

By EMILY GREENWOOD GRADY SPORTS BUREAU They played in a multi-purpose gym in the women’s P.E. building, with a seating capacity of less than 300. The head coach was technically a graduate assistant. And yet, the Georgia volleyball team finished the 1985 season with a record of 37-7, winning the Southeastern Conference tournament and garnering […] - Full Story

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Dec. 21, 2015

DAYTON, Ohio | Senior Shacobia Barbee became the 37 th player in program history to score 1,000 career points, leading the Georgia Lady Bulldogs (10-1) to a hard-fought 63-57 victory on the road against Wright State (10-3) Sunday afternoon for the team’s ninth win in a row. Barbee nearly recorded her second triple-double of the […] - Full Story

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Dec. 14, 2015

Dean Legge The first recruiting commitment of the Kirby Smart era in Athens has seen enough and said it’s time for a dynasty at Georgia. “We need to get everyone to stay in the state,” Richard LeCounte said Sunday after calling Smart and the UGA staff to say he was ready to commit. “You see […] - Full Story

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Dec. 4, 2015

The problem with the sports world today is that, with the advent of social media, everybody can be heard whether there is a brain in the head or not. Further, football is still played with a ball that takes funny bounces; and people get very emotional about the game, results and coaches. Verne Lundquist, CBS announcer, […] - Full Story

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Nov. 30, 2015

Georgia on Sunday fired football coach Mark Richt, who took the program to its greatest heights since the heyday of Herschel Walker and Vince Dooley in the 1980s but last won an SEC title 10 years ago and never reached the national championship game. After the Bulldogs ended a 9-3 regular season with their fourth […] - Full Story

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Nov. 29, 2015

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. | Senior guard Tiaria Griffin tied a career high with 23 points, while fellow senior Shacobia Barbee scored 13 fourth quarter points to lead the Georgia Lady Bulldogs basketball team past BYU, 66-58, Friday night in the opening game of the Radisson Chatsworth Thanksgiving Classic. It marked the third time in four games this season Griffin […] - Full Story

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. | Georgia senior guard Tiaria Griffin was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2015 Radisson Chatsworth Thanksgiving Classic as she led the Lady Bulldogs basketball team to an 83-58 victory against California State Northridge in Saturday’s championship game. Griffin finished with 25 points to set a career high for the second-straight game. It […] - Full Story