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Aug. 24, 2014

Dan Magill, a name synonymous with Georgia athletics and Athens for nearly a century and beloved by generations of Bulldogs fans, died Saturday night at the age of 93. ‚ÄúI‚Äôve always thought and still do that he‚Äôs probably the greatest Bulldog of all time,‚Äù Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said in May, 2012. What didn‚Äôt […] - Full Story

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Jul. 22, 2014

ATLANTA | Georgia men‚Äôs tennis rising senior Nathan Pasha suffered a 6-2, 7-5 loss to world No. 84-ranked Lukas Lacko of Slovakia in Tuesday night‚Äôs first round singles match in the main draw of the BB&T Atlanta Open at Atlantic Station.

The BB&T Open is the first event in the men’s Emirates Airline US Open series. Pasha played in the main draw for the first time tonight after appearances in the qualifying the previous two summers. - Full Story

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ATLANTA | Georgia men‚Äôs tennis rising senior Nathan Pasha suffered a 6-2, 7-5 loss to world No. 84-ranked Lukas Lacko of Slovakia in Tuesday night‚Äôs first round singles match in the main draw of the BB&T Atlanta Open at Atlantic Station.

The BB&T Open is the first event in the men’s Emirates Airline US Open series. Pasha played in the main draw for the first time tonight after appearances in the qualifying the previous two summers. - Full Story

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Jul. 10, 2014

The Georgia men’s and women’s tennis teams were recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for outstanding academic achievement as the ITA academic awards were announced on Thursday. - Full Story

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Jun. 21, 2014

LONDON | Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka and the highest-ranked American man, former Georgia tennis star John Isner, have been elected to the ATP Player Council. - Full Story

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May. 28, 2014

A year ago, Danielle Collins was on the move. Looking for a coaching style that meshed for her, she left Florida after her freshman year and transferred to Virginia. Her first season as a Cavalier ended with her hoisting the NCAA women‚Äôs singles trophy on Monday afternoon at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. Her story […] - Full Story

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May. 27, 2014

Georgia’s track and field teams garnered three annual individual Southeastern Conference awards for the outdoor season. - Full Story

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May. 26, 2014

Maho Kowase turned towards the crowd and offered a sheepish smile with nothing going right for Georgia after dropping the first four games of their NCAA women’s doubles finals Monday. - Full Story

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It’s about 29 miles between the campuses of UCLA and Pepperdine in Southern California. - Full Story

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Maho Kowase turned towards the crowd and offered a sheepish smile with nothing going right for Georgia after dropping the first four games of their NCAA women’s doubles finals Monday. - Full Story

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May. 25, 2014

The Georgia women’s tennis program has produced a pair of national championships, three NCAA singles winners but has yet to be the last ones standing after the doubles finals. - Full Story

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May. 24, 2014

What a mighty fine time Lauren Herring and Maho Kowase had together Saturday. - Full Story

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May. 23, 2014

After winning a point, Maho Kowase jumps and lifts her knees to her chest, occasionally letting out a squeal in excitement. - Full Story

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May. 22, 2014

Nathan Pasha leaned against the bracket big board behind courts four, five and six at Dan Magill Tennis Complex after his singles match Thursday. His face was so sweaty it looked like he had just splashed water on it. His left knee, the one with the partially torn patellar tendon, was swollen to the size […] - Full Story

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May. 21, 2014

The last time players from Georgia’s tennis teams stepped on the court for a match, hopes were dashed in a do-or-die environment for their seasons. - Full Story

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n Dan Magill‚Äôs day, tennis was considered a minor sport. All sports except football and men‚Äôs basketball in those times were pushed to the minor category. Magill enjoyed all sports and was always up for football in late summer. Many times, we would be having a beer at our favorite watering hole in Five Points […] - Full Story

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Make room for another national title trophy in UCLA‚Äôs Athletics Hall of Fame. The Bruins‚Äô women‚Äôs tennis team added to the one it brought home in 2008 to place in its Hall of Champions where the Pac-12 school displays hardware from its more than 100 NCAA titles. UCLA won this one in nail-biting fashion Tuesday, […] - Full Story

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Oklahoma, the new kids on the block on the elite level of men‚Äôs college tennis, put an early scare into Southern California Tuesday night in the NCAA championship match. Ultimately, the Trojans‚Äô experience on the big stage came up big again. Top-seeded USC captured its fifth national title in six years with a come-from-behind 4-2 […] - Full Story

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May. 19, 2014

The host family for the Oklahoma men’s tennis team for the NCAA championships is heavily invested in how the Sooners fare. The parents of assistant coach and Athens native Bo Hodge served up some chicken and pasta for a dinner after the team arrived in town. “They made some desserts,” Hodge said of his parents […] - Full Story

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No women’s tennis programs have more national team titles than Stanford and Florida. - 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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May. 16, 2014

The NCAA men’s tennis quarterfinals will be held on Georgia’s home courts without the Bulldogs playing in them. - Full Story

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May. 15, 2014

Top-seeded Georgia got all it could handle Thursday from No. 16 Southern Cal. - Full Story

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May. 14, 2014

UGA’s Pasha knows a thing or two about sacrifice Coming Full(er) circle: Senior plays her last matches where she first competed in juniors Local restaurants, businesses make net gains with NCAA tennis championships in town It takes a village to host NCAA championships Breakdown: UGA women’s tennis lineup A look at the women’s field The […] - Full Story

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It was 4:30 a.m. when Jane Fuller heard clanking in a room down the hallway in her family’s Alpharetta home. - Full Story

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