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TMU’s Lewis leads No. 16 Bears at Sand Shark Classic

3/8/19 OKATIE, S.C.  – The No. 16 Truett McConnell University men’s golf team traveled to the Oldfield Golf Club in Okatie, S.C., to compete at the Sand Shark Classic hosted by the University of South Carolina Beaufort. Due to weather, day two of the invitational was canceled which caused the day one results to be final. The Bears placed 11th …

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UNG Men’s Tennis Defeats No. 13 Georgia College, 5-2

3/8/19 DAHLONEGA – The University of North Georgia men’s tennis team claimed a big Peach Belt Conference win Thursday as they took out No. 13 Georgia College at the UNG Tennis Complex at Yahoola Creek. UNG is now 7-1 on the season and 2-0 in league play. The Nighthawks continued their dominance in doubles, winning at the No. 3 and No. …

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TMU Lady Bears fall in AAC battle

3/7/19 (CLEVELAND) – The Truett McConnell University women’s lacrosse hosted Columbia College for their second Appalachian Athletic Conference matchup on Wednesday afternoon at the TMU Lacrosse Complex. The Lady Bears fell 17-5 for an overall season record of 0-3, 0-2 AAC. PLAY-BY-PLAY The Fighting Koalas found the back of the net first in the 23rd minute but senior Mckenzie Noggleresponded with …

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No. 22 UNG Women’s Basketball Advances in PBC Tournament With Win Over Georgia College

3/7/19 DAHLONEGA – Vanessa Agrusa and Julianne Sutton each finished with a double-double as the University of North Georgia women’s basketball team advanced in the Peach Belt Conference tournament and sent Georgia College packing with a final score of 82-51 Wednesday night. After trading baskets early in the game, North Georgia went on a hot streak and never lost it. Georgia College cut the …

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Blitz Sports Website Recognizes White County Girls Soccer Team

3/7/19 (Cleveland)- blitzsportsga.com reports in their weekly Fan Vote for High School Soccer Player of the Week, it was White County’s entire backline that earned the honors after garnering exactly 700 votes of the 1,283 final tally. BLITZ pick Steven Bennett of Habersham County as the boys Player of the Week. According to Blitz, the Lady Warriors are ranked seventh …

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No. 20 TMU Lady Bears split at No. 5 GGC

3/6/19 LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (March 5, 2019) – After losing game one by a small margin (6-5), the No. 20 Truett McConnell University softball team bounced back with a win over No. 5 Georgia Gwinnett College (5-4). The Lady Bears are now 13-5 on the year while the Grizzlies are 15-5. GAME ONE (5-6) After a scoreless two innings, the Grizzlies got …

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Bears sweep first AAC series in dominating fashion

3/5/19 CLEVELAND, Ga. (March 4, 2019) – The Truett McConnell University baseball team hosted Milligan College for game three of their first Appalachian Athletic Conference series of the season. After sweeping Saturday’s doubleheader, the Bears clinched their first series sweep after dominating game three in seven innings (18-6). PLAY-BY-PLAY Junior Josh Johnston sparked the first inning with a single through the hole …

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Agrusa Tabbed PBC Player of the Week

3/5/19 AUGUSTA, Ga. – After the final week of the regular season, University of North Georgia women’s basketball player Vanessa Agrusa was named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week, the conference office announced Monday afternoon. Agrusa averaged a double-double as the Nighthawks stretched their winning streak to 10 games with a pair of wins and captured the PBC regular-season championship. The …

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Jorge Named Peach Belt Player of the Week

3-5-19 AUGUSTA, Ga. – University of North Georgia women’s tennis player Vaishali Jorge was named the Peach Belt Player of the Week Monday by the league office. Jorge had an outstanding week with wins in all three of her singles matches with a 2-1 mark in doubles. The No. 3 ranked singles player in the nation began with a 6-7, 7-6, 6-3 win …

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