Founded in 1967, the Georgia club rugby team has a rich history as one of the longest standing rugby clubs in the country. The current team, while young, has matured throughout the season and has shown promise to rise up to the high standards set at Georgia.
As usual on Monday nights in Athens, the student section of Sanford Stadium lay empty. Yet the lights were on, and players donning red and black mesh jerseys warmed up on the gridiron. As a microphone-wielding announcer welcomed attendees to Dooley Field, not a single scholarship athlete stood between the hedges.
Despite falling short of winning the national championship, captain Joe Reichard emphasized the Bulldogs' sustained success over the past few years.
Early Saturday morning, while many Athens residents were sleeping in, hundreds of runners took part in the second annual Milledge Mile race, which was open to runners of all skill levels.
James Quattlebaum, a Clemson graduate, set a new record time of 4:13 in the second annual Milledge Mile race held on South Milledge Avenue on Saturday.
As brothers and rugby teammates Joel and Kyle Larsen reflect on their final season of fifteens rugby at Georgia, they recall how a lifetime of sports has concluded with their favorite: rugby.
Several intramural flag football teams were able to cap off their seasons Tuesday with a big day in the championships at the University of Geo…
Georgia’s club team is different from most teams because the athletes do not play under the instruction of a coach. Instead, they are lead by three captains: Ryan Boykin, Haylea Mannebach and Ellie Pryor.
Although Georgia fell to the South Carolina Gamecocks 29-10 in their first match of the season, the team said it still has many reasons to be hopeful for the season.
After a season without playoffs, Georgia men’s lacrosse is looking to get back to its winning ways after a successful fall season.
Although Georgia’s club sailing team has existed for 40 years, a late October night in 2014 at the Miller Learning Center sparked a great deal of change for the club.
Keep playing well. That was the motto for Georgia’s club golf team entering this semester. Coming into the spring, the Georgia club golf team was ranked No. 1 following its national championship victory last fall at Disney World. Now sitting ranked No. 58, there is a lot to reflect on from this past season.
About a year ago, the two juniors at Clarke Central High School developed the idea of establishing a bass anglers club for those interested in competition fishing. With the help of the Georgia bass anglers club, the Clarke Central club has found stability as a club in its first year.
Voices were chanting to The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army.” Students were bellowing “Glory, Glory” and, come fourth quarter, four fingers went up on everyone’s hands.