Sports Round-up

November 11, 2011 by  

Georgia softball announces 2012 schedule

The Georgia softball program and head coach Lu Harris-Champer announced their 2012 schedule on Wednesday, reads the lead of the Red & Black story. The team will play a 56-game season including 36 contests at home.

Missouri accepted into the SEC 

The University of Missouri has joined the Southeastern Conference, reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Along with the addition of Texas A&M, the SEC now consists of 14 teams. What will this mean for Georgia?

UGA’s mens basketball team signs three new players

Mark Fox, head coach of Georgia’s basketball team, signed three Atlanta-area prospects on the first day of signing, reports Online Athens. Kenny Gains, Charles Mann and Brandon Morris have all signed letters of intent.

UGA equestrian team beats South Carolina

The bulldogs equestrian team placed a score of 11-9 against South Carolina, a team that is currently ranked No. 4 — reports the Red & Black. Megan Hawkins and Carly Anthony both had strong performances that helped earn Georgia’s win.

Georgia Linebacker faces community service

Cornelius Washington, Georgia’s outside linebacker will remain on probation until Oct. 14, 2012 for his charge with a DUI and speeding offense, reports the Red & Black. Washington must serve 65 hours of community service and complete a University or court approved Alcohol/Education program as part of his punishment.




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