Every time the Georgia Southern Eagles walk in and out of their locker room, it's one of the first things they see.
From the looks of it, a young Lady Eagle team has turned a corner, and that's exactly what Georgia Southern coach Rusty Cram wants to see this time of year.
Once Jacksonville pulled within two points with 44 seconds to go, the Lady Eagles knew exactly what to do.
After playing six of their first eight games on the road, the Georgia Southern Eagles (5-3) are just glad to be home.
When Jacksonville University head coach Jill Dunn walks into Hanner Fieldhouse for tonight's game against Georgia Southern, she'll be returning to a place dear to her heart.
Georgia Southern coach Jeff Price always has the same two things atop his team's to-do list - play hard and play together.
Georgia Southern's John Mohring earned his first All-America honor from the 2006 season. The senior linebacker was named to the American Football Coaches Association All-America team. He is the first Eagle to receive the honor since Freddie Pesqueira in 2002.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Drake's Ajay Calvin scored 16 of his game-high 24 points in the second half and the Bulldogs pitched a shutout in the final 2:11 to defeat Georgia Southern 87-75 Saturday night in the championship of the Drake Regency Challenge in Des Moines.
If Jeff Price had his druthers, he probably wouldn't play seven of his first eight games on the road. But ideal or not, the Georgia Southern men's basketball team is making the best of it.
A lot of things go into creating home-field advantage, and whatever it takes, Appalachian State has figured it out.
Speculation swirled around Statesboro Tuesday morning after The Dallas Morning News, citing an anonymous source, reported the University of Texas is eying Georgia Southern coach Brian VanGorder for its vacant co-defensive coordinator position.
A trip to California highlights the 2007 Georgia Southern softball schedule released this week in an announcement by head coach Natalie Poole.
She was searching for redemption. And after a shaky start, junior forward Christa Waterman got her opportunity - a pair of free throws when her team was clinging to a two-point lead and only 18 seconds remained in the game. She calmly sank both shots, effectively sealing the Lady Eagles' third win of the season, a 54-48 victory over South Alabama Tuesday night at Hanner Fieldhouse. Waterman's free throws came in ...
If one thing was obvious after Georgia Southern's 75-71 loss to eighth-ranked Georgia Tuesday at Hanner Fieldhouse, it's that these Lady Eagles are on the right track.
The Eagles will try to snap a two-game skid when they open their home schedule today against Winston-Salem State. Tipoff is 7:30 p.m. at Hanner Fieldhouse.