Another Georgia junior has decided to bypass his final year of eligibility for the big leagues. Seventh-round draft pick Kevin Smith, a pitcher, has decided to sign the contract offered to him by the New York Mets.
Throughout its history, UGA hasn't had sustained success at the national level in track and field. That is, until now. During the 2017-18 sports year, the women won the national indoor title and the men won the national outdoor title.
The Georgia men's track and field team won its first-ever outdoor national championship Friday in Eugene, Oregon. The track team scored 52 points en route to the title. This title followed the women's team's indoor title three months ago.
Georgia's season came to a surprising end with two losses in back-to-back games against Duke on Monday. But head coach Scott Stricklin believes his team has taken that next step to a program turnaround.
The Georgia baseball team endured a couple of weather delays that pushed back the time it was able to play. While the Bulldogs were forced to wait a bit en route to their two wins, one of the football team's amenities came in handy.
Georgia's Keegan McGovern and Michael Curry both had big days at the plate against Troy Sunday at Foley Field. The two power hitters totaled four home runs -- two each -- as Georgia advanced to the Athens Regional final.
Georgia softball pitcher Mary Wilson Avant has taken over lead duties on the mound following an injury to ace Brittany Gray. Avant, a Stratford Academy alum, will lead the way with UGA's SEC Tournament beginning Thursday, May 10, 2018.
PGA Tour golfer Russell Henley, a Stratford Academy and Georgia alum, shot a 1 under par Saturday to be even entering the final round of the 2018 Masters. Henley is playing the Masters following the birth of his son Tuesday.
PGA Tour golfer Russell Henley, a Stratford Academy and Georgia alum, began his week by becoming a father for the first time. After a whirlwind week, involving a scare with his newborn son, he ended it with a career-best round on Sunday.
Tiger Woods did not perform well in Augusta National. Four UGA golfers remain. And the top two golfers entering the final round couldn't be any more different from one another. Here's what you need to know about Masters Sunday.
Patrick Reed attended Georgia for only one season and was forced to unceremoniously leave the team for reasons that were never made official. After Friday, Reed is leading the Masters by two strokes by going 9 under par through two rounds.
Bubba Watson was forced to hit out of the woods out of the 11th hole at Augusta National Friday afternoon. Going against the advice of his caddie, Watson decided to hook his ball around a tree for distance. The gamble paid off.
PGA Tour golfer Russell Henley, a Stratford Academy and Georgia alum, used a strong back nine to leave him 1-over par after two days of golf at the Masters. Henley was propelled by an eagle on hole No. 15 during his second round.
Suzanne Yoculan Leebern, the former Georgia GymDogs head coach who won 10 national championships, has served as a volunteer assistant this season. She wanted to set the record straight about her role with the program.
PGA Tour golfer Russell Henley, a Stratford Academy and Georgia alum, became a father for the first time Monday, just three days before the start of the Masters. Needless to say, he hasn't had much sleep this week.
In his fifth season at Georgia, head coach Scott Stricklin is beginning to see a major turnaround. The Bulldogs are off to a 22-7 start and are ranked 17th in the nation. They also just knocked off rival Georgia Tech at home.
PGA Tour golfer Russell Henley, an alum of both Stratford Academy and Georgia, became a father to a newborn son early this week. Henley's wife Teil gave birth to Robert Russell Henley, with Henley set to compete in his fifth Masters.
Former Georgia golfer Bubba Watson did not perform well the previous two outings he had at Augusta National. But Watson has won two PGA Tour tournaments in 2018 and is hoping to seize that momentum entering this year's Masters.
Stratford Academy and Georgia alum Russell Henley is set to compete in his fifth Masters tournament. Henley hopes to improve upon last year's 11th-place finish, which was the best-ever performance at Augusta National.