Cleveland, GeorgiaLocal Weather Alerts
There are currently no active weather alerts.
Sunday, March 24, 2019
Breaking News

Sports

Levensteins’s Bomb Jumpstarts No. 4 Baseball in 7-4 Win at Georgia College

3/18/19 MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – Nik Levensteins hit a three-run blast in the second inning to get things started for the No. 4 University of North Georgia baseball team as the Nighthawks went on to claim a 7-4 win over Georgia College Sunday. After Nick Clarno and Tyler Courtney reached base in front of Levensteins, the freshman from Arvada, Colorado, hit his second homer of the year …

Read More »

No. 20 UNG Women’s Basketball Downs Wingate to Advance to Regional Final

3/17/19 ANDERSON, S.C. – The No. 20 University of North Georgia women’s basketball team defeated Wingate, 76-53, Saturday evening at Anderson University to advance to their second straight NCAA Regional Final Monday night. The Nighthawks jumped out quickly to a 15-2 run and never looked back in the game. Wingate finished the first half on a little run and then cut …

Read More »

No. 3 UNG Softball Sweeps PBC Opening Doubleheader

3/15/19 PEMBROKE, N.C. – Offense was the driving force for the No. 3 University of North Georgia softball team as they eased past UNC Pembroke in both halves of the Peach Belt doubleheader Thursday evening. GAME 1 – UNG 8, UNCP 4 North Georgia got started in the second inning when Shelby Hammontree blasted a two-run shot to left field to put the …

Read More »

TMU Lady Bears drop non-conference match up

3/14/19 CLEVELAND, Ga. (March 13, 2019) – The Truett McConnell University women’s lacrosse team hosted St. Ambrose University for a midweek nonconference matchup at the TMU Lacrosse Complex. The Fighting Bees won their fourth straight game over the Lady Bears (21-7) to remain perfect on the year. PLAY-BY-PLAY The Lady Bears got up on the scoreboard in the first two …

Read More »

No. 13 UNG Women’s Tennis Upsets No. 9 Florida Southern, 6-1

3/14/19 TAMPA, Fla. – Securing their first top-10 win in program history along the way, the No. 13 University of North Georgia women’s tennis team blew past No. 9 Florida Southern, 6-1, Wednesday on the road. The Nighthawks got off to a hot start, courtesy of wins from No. 1 and No. 2 doubles. Holly Bennett was reunited with partner Vaishali Jorge at No. 1 …

Read More »

UNG Men’s Tennis Pushes Past Florida Southern

3/14/19 TAMPA, Fla. – The University of North Georgia men’s tennis team won their third match in four days as they took down Florida Southern, 5-2, Wednesday. The pairings of Niklas Zielen and Jess Jones and Ryan Gaskin and Hugues Renaud took care of the doubles point, dropping just one game between them. The No. 1 pair clinched the point following their 6-1 win to retain their unbeaten streak. …

Read More »

No. 17 TMU Lady Bears take down Point for second straight AAC sweep

3/13/19 CLEVELAND, Ga. (March 12, 2019) – The No. 17 Truett McConnell University softball team swept their second straight Appalachian Athletic Conference doubleheader on Tuesday night at the TMU Softball Complex (7-2, 2-1). The Lady Bears improved to 17-5, 4-0 AAC on the year while the Skyhawks fell to 11-9, 7-5 AAC. GAME ONE (7-2) After a scoreless two innings, …

Read More »

Lady Bears finish in eighth at Skyhawk Invite

3/13/19 (WEST POINT, Ga.) – The Truett McConnell University women’s golf team finished the Skyhawk Invitational in eighth place on Tuesday evening. The Lady Bears set a new school record after their stellar round one of 320 and went on to record a round two score of 324 (644) beating Appalachian Athletic Conference foe Reinhardt University (657). Junior Teagan Lovingood led the …

Read More »

UNG’s Gaskin Named Peach Belt Player of the Week

3/121/9 AUGUSTA, Ga. – University of North Georgia men’s tennis player Ryan Gaskin was named the Peach Belt Conference’s Player of the Week Tuesday morning by the league office. Gaskin kept his perfect season going with two singles and one doubles win last week. The sophomore from Droitwich, England, defeated Jannik Kumbier of No. 13 Georgia College, 7-5, 6-4, and then Northwood’s Ben …

Read More »