Dear Georgia Bulldog Club members,
UGA, Athens and the Athletic Association are in full swing with all of our teams either competing or preparing for their upcoming seasons. Football, Soccer and Volleyball have already competed in front of capacity crowds at their home games! We thank you very much for all of your support of the Dawgs! The Foley Field Revival construction project is transforming the quality of life for our Baseball players, coaches and our season ticket holders. Please go to georgiadogs.com to make your donation to the new Georgia Baseball Fund. Your gift will provide the necessary funds for our Baseball program to compete at the highest level in the SEC and nationally. Season ticket sales are going strong and the Press Box Club still has seats available.
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TOGETHER WE MAKE GEORGIA GREAT!
The Georgia Bulldog Club
Chelsea Davis, Gymnastics
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ATHENS, Ga. --- Former Georgia wrestler David Landis was recently inducted into the Georgia Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Atlanta. Landis was a standout wrestler for the Bulldogs in the 1970’s.
Landis, along with eight other men, completed the Wrestling Hall of Fame Georgia Chapter Class of 2014. Eight of these men, including Landis, received the Lifetime Service to Wrestling Award.
“The Class of 2014 has given countless hours of their time instilling in young people the skills needed to succeed in all areas of life,” fellow Hall of Famer Bud Hennebaul said. “They will be permanently recognized at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum, Stillwater, Oklahoma.”
Landis is currently an assistant coach at the Athens Christian School in Athens, Georgia.
ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia senior receiver Chris Conley is one of 11 players from the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) named to the 2014 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, according to an announcement on Tuesday.
Conley is one of four players from the Southeastern Conference who was included for the award. For 23 years the award, which is administered by the American Football Coaches Association, has recognized a select group of college football players committed to making a difference in their communities.
Georgia leads the nation in Allstate AFCA Good Works team honorees with 15 since the award's inception in 1992. The Bulldogs' previous Good Works Team honorees are Alec Millen in 1992, Travis Jones in 1993, Brian Smith in 1995, Matt Stinchcomb in 1997 and 1998, Brett Millican in 2000, Jon Stinchcomb in 2001, David Greene in 2003, D.J. Shockley in 2005, Quentin Moses in 2006, Kelin Johnson in 2007, Jeff Owens in 2009, Aron White in 2011 and Aaron Murray in 2012.
There were also 11 players selected from the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Divisions II, III and the NAIA to comprise the 22-player team.
Conley has eight catches this season for 121 yards through three games. The 6-foot-3 Conley has 89 receptions in his career for 1,402 yards and 12 touchdowns.
No. 12 Georgia (2-1, 0-1 SEC) plays host to Tennessee (2-1, 0-0) on Saturday at noon. ESPN will televise the SEC Eastern Division matchup.
SEC Network's traveling pre-game show, SEC Nation, has set its next SEC campus stop. The show, featuring Joe Tessitore, Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, Paul Finebaum and Kaylee Hartung will bring the sights and sounds of every SEC campus before the college football season ends. SEC Nation airs live on SEC Network every Saturday from 10 a.m. - noon ET.
The show debuted at Gamecock Park in Columbia, SC for the SEC primetime matchup of Texas A&M at South Carolina and closed out week one at Auburn in front of the Jordan-Hare Stadium. For its next show SEC Nation setup shop at the Myers Quad on the campus of the University of Georgia.
At every campus scheduled the show aims to visit non-traditional television locations in an effort to embed itself within pre-existing SEC fandom.
ATHENS-----The Georgia gymnastics team will face five teams that competed in the 2014 NCAA Championships, highlighted by home meets against Michigan, Alabama and Utah, as the Gym Dogs' 2015 schedule was announced Monday.
"We are looking forward to competing against some of the best teams in the country again this year," head coach Danna Durante said. "We have an incredibly strong home schedule with three teams coming in that were on the floor at the NCAA Championship last season; I know our fans will be excited to see some high-level gymnastics in Stegeman Coliseum. We will also see tough competition on the road, which will prepare us well for postseason. Our team worked hard all summer and is continuing to work so we will be ready for our first meet against Michigan."
Other notable aspects of Georgia's 2015 schedule:
ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia forward Marion Crowder has been named the College Sports Madness Southeastern Conference Player of the Week for her performance over the weekend, the Web site announced Tuesday morning.
Crowder – who returned to the field Aug. 24 following off-season ACL surgery – scored two of Georgia’s three goals vs. Vanderbilt on Sunday in a 3-1 come-from-behind victory, helping the Bulldogs to their first comeback win since Oct. 7, 2011. Crowder’s first goal leveled things at 1-1 after the squad failed to score first in a game for the first time all season, and she added an insurance goal for the Bulldogs later in the second half. The Madison, Miss., native has posted multiple goals in back-to-back games, the first Georgia player to accomplish that feat since 2011.
Crowder’s five goals and one assist on the season is good for 11 points, second-most on the team, while her pair of game-winning goals rank tied for most.
Georgia hits the road this weekend to take on Florida and South Carolina.
WACO, Texas - The Georgia equestrian team maintained its No. 1 ranking in the latest poll, as voted on by the NCEA selection committee.
Oklahoma State moves up one spot to No. 2. Auburn, which defeated UT-Martin on Friday in Martin, Tenn., rose to No. 3. South Carolina, which fell on the road to Kansas State on Friday, is No. 4, while Kansas State is No. 5.
Baylor is No. 6 in this week's rankings. There was no change from last week in the 7-10 spots, as TCU is No. 7, Texas A&M is No. 8, New Mexico State is No. 9 and SMU is No. 10.
The 2015 NCEA Championship will take place April 15-18 at the Extraco Events Center in Waco, Texas.
2014-15 NCEA Rankings (September 23, 2014)