Monthly Archives: March 2013

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Mar. 31, 2013

The third-ranked Georgia men’s tennis team ran its winning streak to six matches with a 4-1 victory over No. 12 Texas A&M Sunday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. - Full Story

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The third-ranked Georgia men’s tennis team ran its winning streak to six matches with a 4-1 victory over No. 12 Texas A&M Sunday at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. - Full Story

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Georgia had plenty of reason to panic when it looked up at an eight-point deficit in the second half of its Sweet 16 game against top-seeded Stanford late Saturday. - Full Story

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LEXINGTON, KY. — Eighth-ranked Kentucky posted a 5-0 victory over Georgia to win the rubber match of a Southeastern Confernece series Sunday at Cliff Hagan Stadium. - Full Story

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The fifth-ranked Georgia women’s tennis team knocked off third-ranked Texas A&M 4-2 on Sunday afternoon at the Georgia P. Mitchell Tennis Center to move into a three-way tie for first place in the Southeastern Conference. - Full Story

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BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — Georgia senior Emilie Burger played her final five holes at 4-under — including an eagle-2 — en route to capturing medalist honors at the Bryan National Collegiate on Sunday. The 19th-ranked Bulldogs shot 293 in the final round and finished sixth in the 17-team field at 888. - Full Story

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SPOKANE, Wash. – The Georgia Lady Bulldogs have spent so much time in this Eastern Washington community, coach Andy Landers is starting to wonder if he might lose a few players before the team returns to Athens. “We have taken up residency,” Landers deadpanned the other day. “A couple of them have looked at apartments.” […] - Full Story

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Mar. 30, 2013

All that beef that occupied the nose guard position for Georgia the past two seasons could be replaced by a “meatball.” - Full Story

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A week ahead of its G-Day game, the Georgia football team completed its second spring scrimmage Saturday morning. - Full Story

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LEXINGTON, KY. — Georgia emerged with a 7-6 win over No. 8 Kentucky Saturday to even the Southeastern Conference series. - Full Story

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – With a 5-3 loss in the opening game and an 8-1 loss in the nightcap Saturday, the No. 22 Georgia softball team was swept by Arkansas. - Full Story

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BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — Paced by Emilie Burger’s 2-under 70 Saturday, the No. 19 Georgia women’s golf team recorded a 7-over 295 in the second round of the Bryan National Collegiate, advancing to fourth on the team leaderboard. - Full Story

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s track and field teams posted three top collegiate finishes and two improvements to the school’s all-time top 10 list Saturday at the Yellow Jacket Invitational at Georgia Tech. - Full Story

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — With 163 points, Georgia finished 10th Saturday at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. It was the Bulldogs’ eighth top-10 national finish in the last 10 years. - Full Story

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Offensive lineman Austin Long is out for the rest of spring practices after re-injuring his hand and cornerback Sheldon Dawson likely is, too. - Full Story

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Sophomore Josh Harvey-Clemons’ role on the defense is coming into clearer focus. - Full Story

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Georgia’s John Theus, who started every game at right tackle last season, got some first-team work at left tackle during Saturday’s scrimmage, according to video footage sent out from Richt’s twitter account Saturday afternoon. - Full Story

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Georgia’s John Theus, who started every game at right tackle last season, got some first-team work at left tackle during Saturday’s scrimmage, according to video footage sent out from Richt’s twitter account Saturday afternoon. - Full Story

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On a day quarterbacks Aaron Murray and Hutson Mason each passed for more than 150 yards, players said the offense got the best of the defense in Georgia’s second spring scrimmage on Saturday at Sanford Stadium. “It was a lot of fun offensively today,” Murray said. “I think we scored every possession. The ones scored […] - Full Story

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Mar. 29, 2013

The Georgia women’s basketball team has done its best to make Spokane, Wash., its home away from home this week. - Full Story

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Just three months into the year, 2013 is looking pretty good for Justin Scott-Wesley. - Full Story

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Freshman Chase Kalisz won the title in the 400-yard individual medley to highlight Georgia’s record-setting night on Friday in the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships at The Natatorium on the IUPUI campus. - Full Story

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LEXINGTON, KY. — A pitching duel for nine innings Friday at Cliff Hagan Stadium ended with a bases-loaded walk in the 10th to lift eighth-ranked Kentucky past Georgia 3-2. - Full Story

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The No. 22 Georgia softball team lost its first Southeastern Conference game Friday, falling 5-2 to Arkansas, which won its first league game. - Full Story

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BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. – The No. 19 Georgia women’s golf team carded a first-round 12-over 300 Friday to land in 10th place at the Bryan National Collegiate at the Bryan Park Championship Course. - Full Story

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