UGA men’s golf in 14th after one round in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – After the first round of the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters, the No. 10 Georgia men’s golf team is in 14th place with a team score of 15-over part 303. California has the team lead at 3-under 285.

T.J. Mitchell led the Bulldogs with a 1-over 73 and is in 19th place individually. Stanford’s Patrick Rogers, who carded a 6-under 66, is atop the individual leader board.

Georgia also counted a 2-over 74 from Sam Straka, and a 6-over 78 from Michael Cromie and Nicholas Reach.

Scott-Wesley emerges in win over Charleston Southern

by Marc Weiszer

More than 13 months since he last caught a pass in a football game, Justin Scott-Wesley’s reappearance as a playmaking wide receiver came Saturday on a first-quarter... Full Story

Follow marcweiszer

marcweiszer

Women’s hoops goes to 4-0 MT @UGA_WBB: Final from Atlanta… @UGA_WBB 64, GT 57. http://t.co/KTgRmKm7Id

4 hours ago