The Georgia Southern Eagles have three more games before next week's Southern Conference baseball tournament.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Down 9-1 after a six-run fifth inning, the Georgia Southern Baseball team (31-21) rallied with 13 runs in the final three frames for a 14-9 win over Charleston Southern (27-26) on Tuesday, May 17th.
Another day, another rain-delayed win over Davidson.
Lots of former coaches have one.
The bats finally got going for the Georgia Southern Eagles.
While they may be hosting this year's Southern Conference softball tournament, the Georgia Southern Lady Eagles will spend the rest of the weekend watching from the stands as they were eliminated by Appalachian State in an nine-inning, 4-2 defeat Thursday afternoon at Eagle Field.
Since clinching the series against Elon with a 6-0 win on Saturday, April 23, the Georgia Southern Eagles have had a rough go of things.
Georgia Southern Athletics announced Thursday that the contract of Georgia Southern Cross Country/Track and Field Coach Natalie Smith will not be renewed for the 2011-2012 season.
In a game that saw two lights-out pitching performances, it came down to what happened out in the field.
Nine teams, only one champion.
A 10-run first inning powered Wofford (21-27, 8-16) to a series victory over Georgia Southern (27-21, 14-10) with a 11-3 win on Sunday, May 8th. The Terriers scored the 10 runs on five hits, three walks and two hit batters. Georgia Southern got a run back in the bottom half of the inning before both pitching staffs settled down for five scoreless innings.
Designated hitter Michael Burruss went 1-for-5.
Junior Wofford pitcher Cash Collins made the most of his first-career start against Georgia Southern.
Obviously, finding a way to win was the most important thing Wednesday when Georgia Southern edged Charleston Southern 13-12 in an 11-inning affair that saw some unlikely heroes deliver in clutch situations.
Arthur Owens was only supposed to be a defensive replacement for the nation's leading home run hitter in Victor Roache.
The consensus seemed almost unanimous last month at the Sun Belt Football Media Day in New Orleans - whoever has a quarterback and plays defense will win the Sun Belt.
Georgia Southern men's soccer opened preseason training camp Monday with a pair of practices at the Fair Road Training Complex.
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It's fair to say that after Georgia Southern's first fall scrimmage, there's competition for the quarterback spot.
During Jeff Monken's four years as Georgia Southern's head coach, the Eagles didn't shy away from contact in practice.
Once toe meets leather and the Georgia Southern Eagles play N.C. State on Aug. 30, one of the more interesting storylines to follow will be who trots out there to play defensive line.
Any time a new coach inherits a wide receiver coming off a 1,000-yard season, it's a good reason to be excited. When the entire team barely cracked 1,000 receiving yards, one might think it would be a cause for concern.
Edwin Jackson, Georgia Southern's leading tackler in 2013, was named preseason second-team, All-Sun Belt and its a good thing, because he's really the only linebacker in the mix that played a lot of football last year.