North Georgia College & State University pitcher Jessica Coan struck out 19 batters Friday to lead the third-ranked Lady Saints to a 2-0 victory against Lenoir-Rhyne in the opening game of the Mid-South Classic.
North Georgia College & State University's baseball team has altered the times and dates of this weekend's planned series against top-ranked Georgia College due to inclement weather expected in the northeast Georgia area.
The No. 11 North Georgia College & State University baseball team defeated second-ranked West Florida 8-5 on Wednesday at Bob Stein Stadium.
The North Georgia College & State University baseball team fell four spots to No. 11 in the latest Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division-II Top 30 Poll, released Monday.
Two former area high school basketball players and current members of the Piedmont College women's basketball team have been named to the Great South Athletic Conference 2010-11 All-Conference team.
Brenau University basketball coach Gary Bays has resigned his position as head coach of the Brenau University Golden Tigers basketball team after five years with the program. Bays started the program in 2006 and coached the team through its first five seasons. He compiled an overall record of 73-79 and 32-51 in Southern States Athletic Conference play. Under his direction, the team qualified for the postseason conference tournament in each of their last three years. ...
The Piedmont College women's basketball team claimed the Great South Athletic Conference Tournament championship on Saturday with after claiming a 69-44 win over Agnes Scott College in the championship game in Montgomery, Ala.
The North Georgia College & State University men's tennis team swept Newberry College, 9-0, on Tuesday at the Yahoola Creek Tennis Facility in Dahlonega.
The Brenau University volleyball team will be featured in the Southern States Athletic Conference Showcase at 6 p.m. tonight on Fox Sports South.
Brenau's Lady Golden Tigers, the nation's No. 18-ranked team, swept Clark Atlanta on Sunday in Atlanta 23-0 and 14-1, with both games lasting just five innings. Freshman infielder Katie Bolin batted 6-for-9 with a two-run homer and six RBIs in the two games to lead Brenau (4-0).The Lady Golden Tigers had a total of seven homers and 37 hits in the series. They'll play again next weekend at the Shorter ...
The Brenau University swim team has been named a Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches of America for earning the third highest team grade point average among NAIA schools, announce Friday.
The Young Harris College women's basketball team trailed 25-20 at halftime, but rallied in the second half to earn the 38-33 win over Tennessee Temple on Thursday in Chattanooga, Tenn.
North Hall High graduate Josh Haymore was named Great South Athletic Conference men's basketball Player of the Week.
The North Georgia College & State University softball team remains at No. 2 in the first regular season NFCA Division II Top-25 poll of the 2011 season, after being voted to the spot in the preseason poll.
Led by 30 points from Lauren Smith, the Young Harris women's basketball team used a last-minute lay-up to earn coach Brenda Paul her 450th career win by defeating Reinhardt 59-53 on Monday at the Brown Athletic Center. Lindsey Hammontree (six points) made a lay-up with 46 seconds left to put Young Harris ahead for good.
Josh Wright, a North Hall High graduate and a senior pitcher at Emmanuel College, was recently named to the NCCAA World Series All-Tournament team.
The Brenau University tennis team fell 5-4 to Lindsey Wilson in a back-and-forth match in the quarterfinals of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship tournament on Thursday in Mobile, Ala.
The Brenau University tennis team defeated Olivet Nazarene 5-0 in the second round of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championship on Wednesday in Mobile, Ala.
Piedmont College defeated fourth-ranked Emory University 7-6 at the Salem Regional of the NCAA National Tournament on Sunday in Salem, Va.
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