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Local Roundup: GSU volleyball coach resigns
Georgia Southern volleyball coach Chad Callihan has resigned to accept the same position at the University of Wyoming, GSU Director of Athletics Tom Kleinlein announced Monday. Callihan led the Eagles to the 2010 Southern Conference Tournament title and subsequent NCAA Tournament bid, and Georgia Southern won the league’s South Division regular-season title last season, posting a 25-7 overall record. The Eagles notched three 20-win campaigns, posting a 107-59 overall record, and GSU student-athletes earned 19 SoCon postseason honors during Callihan’s five-year tenure.NCSA awards former Blue Devil COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Georgia State baseball player Scott Sarratt, a former Statesboro Blue Devil, was recently named an All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.