The numbers thin today when Georgia Southern has its second spring scrimmage at Paulson Stadium.
BECKLEY, W.Va. - Rain and lightning in the area delayed the first game of the series between Georgia Southern (18-12) and Marshall (10-17) until today.
Georgia Southern resumes Southern Conference softball play on the road this weekend against Elon.
The Eagles needed some good news after the last mid-week game.
Carson Hill was arguably the most - if not only - consistency about the Georgia Southern Eagles between 2006 and 2010.
Garren Palmer broke up a no hitter in the fifth with a single and hit his first-career homer in the seventh, and that was about it for Georgia Southern.
After two seasons at Western Kentucky, Korentheus Bailey decided he wanted to be closer to home.
It will be a couple of weeks before Georgia Southern plays another Southern Conference series, but there's not time to rest.
If you followed Georgia Southern at all last week, chances are you saw something crazy.
Victor Roache (Ypsilanti, Mich.) came up big again hitting two more home runs to spark Georgia Southern (18-11, 9-3) to a come-from-behind 11-9 win and a series sweep of The Citadel (10-18, 5-10) on Sunday, April 3rd. Roache launched his sixth home run of the week just a day after sending three over the wall and moved into second place in the NCAA rankings with 12, closely trailing behind Jake Lowery of James Madison.
Jerick McKinnon had a busy morning on Saturday.
Victor Roache made himself at home in the cleanup spot.
Two Friday night pitchers went at it, and Chris Beck came out on the winning end.
Time to see what they've got.
The Georgia Southern Eagles have revenge on their minds - again.
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.
Note: "Jerick's journey into the NFL" will run each Sunday during the preseason in the Statesboro Herald. This series is brought to you by Queensborough National Bank and Trust Company.
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.