Georgia Sports

Tardy Wins First-Round Match At U.S. Am

Bailey Tardy, a rising senior on the Georgia women’s golf team, won her round of 64 match of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the Golf Club of Tennessee on Wednesday. Tardy, who also celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, secured…

Parr Returns to Georgia as Assistant Coach

Georgia equestrian head coach Meghan Boenig has announced the hiring of Georgia alum and former rider, Sara Parr, as assistant coach.  Parr will be primarily responsible for coaching Georgia’s Horsemanship and Reining squads as well as recruiting riders for the…

Lady Cougars 12th in Preseason Poll

The Columbus State University women’s soccer team will open up the 2018 campaign ranked 12th, as the United Soccer Coaches preseason poll was released on Tuesday. The Lady Cougars begin 2018 where last season left off, as they were ranked…

Scott Daeley Named Associate Head Coach

University of Georgia’s Ike Cousins head baseball coach Scott Stricklin announced the promotion of Scott Daeley to associate head coach on Tuesday. “Scott and I have worked together for the past 14 years, and his hard work and loyalty have…

Lady Bulldogs Basketball Announces 2018-19 Non-Conference Schedule

Eight home games, road contests at UCLA, Georgia Tech and Villanova as well as a trip to Puerto Rico highlight the Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team’s 2018-19 non-conference schedule, head coach Joni Taylor announced Monday. The Lady Bulldogs open the…

Immelman On Course for CBS at PGA Championship

A veteran of professional golf coverage, Columbus State University Director of Golf Mark immelman will be part of the national television coverage of this week’s PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, Mo. CBS Sports released its announcing…

Bulldogs Honored for Academic Excellence

The University of Georgia women's tennis team earned Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic distinction while three Bulldogs earned ITA Scholar-Athlete honors, the organization announced recently. The Bulldog squad, under the direction of head coach Jeff Wallace, registered a 3.38 grade point…

CSU Basketball Set for International Tour

Columbus State University head men’s basketball coach Robert Moore will take the Cougar basketball program to Costa Rica for an international tour prior to the start of the 2018-19 academic year. The Cougars will head overseas August 5-12, with a…

Flickinger Breaks U.S. Open Record, Secures Trip to Tokyo

Former University of Georgia swimmer Hali Flickinger broke the 37-year standing U.S. open record in the 200-meter butterfly preliminary round of the Phillips 66 Nationals at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatic Center on Wednesday. The 14-time All-American opened the national…

Lady Cougar Soccer Announces 2018 Schedule

With the start of the academic year just around the corner, Columbus State University head women’s soccer coach Jay Entlich has released the 2018 schedule for the Lady Cougars. The slate features 17 matches, eight of which will be played…

MTENNIS: Four Bulldogs Named ITA Scholar-Athletes

Four University of Georgia men’s tennis players — Sam Dromsky, Robert Loeb, Andy Martinez and Alex Phillips — earned the 2018 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete honor, according to an announcement by the ITA. In order to earn ITA Scholar-Athlete status…

CSU Tennis Recognized for Academic Work

Eight members of the Columbus State University men’s and women’s tennis programs were recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, as the organization released its 2018 All-Academic Teams and Scholar-Athletes. Matei Avram, John Wesley Carlson, Arnold Kokulewski, Marleen Tilgner, Jorge Vargas,…

Reinberg Experiences Pro Event, Falls on College Night

Playing in front of head coach Manuel Diaz, former Lady Bulldog Mary Beth Smart, Hairy Dawg and the Georgia cheerleaders, Bulldog men’s tennis rising senior Emil Reinberg took part in the BB&T Atlanta Open Tuesday evening. Reinberg faced off against…

Pannu Shows Strong Fight at Atlanta Open

Playing in his opening match on the ATP Tour, Columbus State University men’s tennis player KP Pannu battled to a close loss against Thanasi Kokkinakis on Saturday at the BB&T Atlanta Open. Pannu fell 6-3, 6-4 against Kokkinakis, the 172nd-ranked…

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