OXFORD, Miss. – Senior outside hitter Nicole Jeschelnik posted 32 kills on the day to lead the Georgia Southern volleyball team to two victories at the Magnolia Invitational Friday.
Georgia Southern didn't have too much trouble stopping Savannah State in the season opener last Saturday at Paulson Stadium.
Who is Kevin Ellison, and is he as good as he looked in Georgia Southern's 77-9 win over Savannah State on Saturday?
Georgia Southern Director of Athletics Tom Kleinlein announced Wednesday that the school will add women's golf as its 17th intercollegiate program, beginning in the 2015-16 season.
By MATT YOGUS firstname.lastname@example.org Georgia Southern, Samford, and that's it. Everybody else in the Southern Conference lost on the opening weekend, and for some of them, it came as quite a surprise. The losers against Football Bowl Subdivision teams -- Wofford lost 69-3 to Baylor, Western Carolina lost 45-24 at Middle Tennessee State and Elon got smoked, 70-0, by Georgia Tech -- weren't too surprised, but Furman, The Citadel and Chattanooga's losses ...
Georgia Southern's marquee players had a field day in Saturday's season-opening 77-9 win against Savannah State at Paulson Stadium, but plenty of new faces had an impact, too. On the offensive side of the ball, senior transfer Torrance Hunt, slotback who graduated from East Carolina last year and is playing out his final year of eligibility in graduate school at GSU, blazed through the gaps and torched SSU for 73 yards on seven ...
Late Friday night, North Dakota State quarterback Brock Jenson offered up yet another reason why Georgia Southern's move to the Football Bowl Subdivision is the right move.
In a game where a lot of Georgia Southern Eagles were able to shine, perhaps the biggest surprise was the backup quarterback. Jerick McKinnon and Dominique Swope got their yards, but redshirt freshman Kevin Ellison led the offense for most of the second quarter and most of the second half, amassing 94 rushing yards on eight carries and another 65 yards through the air as the Eagles dominated visiting Savannah State 77-9 ...
Ever since Georgia Southern announced its plans to move up to FBS - and thus eliminate itself from FCS playoff contention in 2013 - there have been some doubts coming from fans. While most are positive about the move and look forward to future bowl games and big names coming to Statesboro, some of the same questions keep springing up concerning this season. Among them: Why not redshirt the seniors ...
It's a new season with a similar story. For the eighth time in the last 15 seasons, Savannah State has a new head football coach.
When Dustin Wood was hired in July as Georgia Southern's next volleyball coach, he was well aware of the expectations.
Deion Stanley has started 23 games for Georgia Southern the last two seasons, but he remains somewhat of an unknown to many Eagle followers.
Everybody in the Southern Conference begins the 2013 season this week, and while several teams are playing up against Football Bowl Subdivision competition - Elon faces Georgia Tech, Western Carolina opens against Middle Tennessee State and Samford faces FBS upstart Georgia State - it's Wofford who is likely facing the toughest test, in terms of speed, anyway. In fact, when coach Mike Ayers was asked by a Baylor beat writer about the team ...
The Georgia Southern Eagles hope they'll have plenty of chances to play some new faces on Saturday when they open the 2013 season against Savannah State at Paulson Stadium.
On one hand, first-year Georgia Southern women's soccer coach Brian Dunleavy has big shoes to fill if he wants to duplicate the success of former coach Lindsey Vanderspiegel, who departed for Virginia Commonwealth after leading the Eagles to the 2012 Southern Conference championship – the first in GSU history.
Bobby Cremins won 570 basketball games as a head coach at Appalachian State, Georgia Tech and College of Charleston.
Georgia Southern offensive tackle Garrett Frye today was named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Division I Football Academic All-District Football team.