Monthly Archives: May 2013

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May. 31, 2013

LaGRANGE — Pat Hunnicutt looks pretty much the same as he did in 1964 when he was a senior defensive back, playing on Vince Dooley’s first team. He was always lean and fit with a defensive back’s premier assets — quickness, agility, and a penchant for being in the right place at the right time. - Full Story

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The NCAA regionals have begun. The Southeastern Conference spring meetings have ended. But the waiting game continues for Georgia’s hunt for a baseball coach. - Full Story

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May. 30, 2013

MILTON — Georgia’s final round at the NCAA national championships felt like the third act of the same play. - Full Story

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Georgia’s Emilie Burger was tabbed second-team All-America by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) on Wednesday, making her just the third four-time All-American in the program’s history. - Full Story

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May. 29, 2013

MILTON — On a day when much of the field made a major move, Georgia treaded water. - Full Story

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Georgia third baseman Curt Powell and pitcher Sean McLaughlin were named to the coaches All-Southeastern Conference team, the league announced on Tuesday. - Full Story

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May. 28, 2013

MILTON — The late afternoon sun baked the Capital City course’s greens as hard as a parking lot. - Full Story

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The Georgia women’s tennis team finished the 2013 season ranked fifth in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll released Tuesday. - Full Story

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The Bulldogs will again be dealing with a shorthanded defense in the season opener against Clemson. Georgia starting safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, a rising sophomore, will miss the Bulldogs’ 2013 debut at Clemson for a violation of team rules, a Georgia spokesman confirmed Tuesday. UGA Police were called to the dorm shared by Harvey-Clemons and tight […] - Full Story

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The Georgia men’s tennis team — which advanced to the NCAA semifinals last week in Urbana, Ill. — comes in at No. 3 in the final team rankings, released Tuesday afternoon by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). - Full Story

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There isn’t too much downtime for a college football player, but the majority of the members of the Georgia team got time away from Athens before a return to campus in June. Offensive lineman Chris Burnette was married on Saturday to Arielle Haynes in Tampa–he was expecting around 50 teammates to attend–and was heading to […] - Full Story

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May. 27, 2013

Fresh off its best finish of the spring and on a course it knows well, the Georgia men’s golf team is looking for its first national title since 2005. - Full Story

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May. 25, 2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Two more members of Georgia’s track and field teams qualified for the finals of the NCAA Championships at the NCAA East Prelims in Greensboro, N.C., on Saturday. Sophomore Tynia Gaither (women’s 200-meter dash) and freshman Freya Jones (women’s javelin) both finished in the top 12 in their respective events to give the […] - Full Story

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URBANA, Ill — A day after hardly anything could go wrong for Georgia tennis players, hardly anything went right. - Full Story

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Mike Slive sprawls in a comfy arm chair, propping his feet on a coffee table between one massive tome on Winston Churchill and an even thicker “Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.” - Full Story

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May. 24, 2013

URBANA, Ill. — The Georgia tennis programs enjoyed an undefeated afternoon Friday at the NCAA singles and doubles championships as all five of the Bulldogs’ competitors advanced to the quarterfinals. Georgia’s fifth-ranked men’s doubles team of junior Hernus Pieters and freshman Ben Wagland, the women’s doubles team of Kate Fuller and Silvia Garcia and singles […] - Full Story

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Georgia track and field program had an unprecedented 12 qualifiers for the NCAA championships during the NCAA East Prelims on Friday. - Full Story

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Georgia diver Laura Ryan has been named to the United States roster for the World University Games. - Full Story

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Emilie Burger’s Georgia career came to an end about a chip shot away from her home locker room for the last four years. - Full Story

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A pair of incoming Georgia soccer freshmen have garnered Gatorade Player of the Year honors for their respective states. Marion Crowder of Mississippi and Rachel Garcia of Georgia received the prestigious honors from the Gatorade program, which annually recognizes one winner in each of the 50 states as well as the District of Columbia in […] - Full Story

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Georgia diver Laura Ryan has been named to the United States roster for the World University Games. The World University Games will take place July 6-17 in Kazan, Russia. The squad was selected based on recent World Championship and World University Games Trials held in Tallahassee, Fla. “Laura did a great job at the Trials,” […] - Full Story

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Georgia track and field program had an unprecedented 12 qualifiers for the NCAA championships during the NCAA East Prelims on Friday. Freshman Shaunae Miller (women’s 400-meter dash), junior Johnathan Smith (men’s 100), junior Megan Malasarte (women’s 800), sophomore Charles Grethen and Kisean Smith (men’s 800), sophomore Drew Branch (men’s 400 hurdles), […] - Full Story

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Southern Cal went to the course on Friday with a plump lead and forward momentum. - Full Story

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Some more items from the UGA Athletic Association Board of Directors meeting on St. Simons Island: –There was talk about Georgia finishing second to Florida in the SEC All-Sports Trophy for the sixth straight year. Athletic director Greg McGarity said that’s “not where we want to be, but it’s a lot better than being somewhere […] - Full Story

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May. 23, 2013

URBANA, Ill. — The Georgia men’s and women’s tennis programs continued their marches toward NCAA singles and doubles titles on Thursday with five of the eight Bulldogs advancing. - Full Story

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