Anthony Edwards tried to swallow his nerves as he stood in the tunnel at Stegeman Coliseum Friday night. Smoke billowed around him, partly from the fog machine and partly from the small fireworks display lining the walkway. Finally, the announcer called for No. 5.
The men’s and women’s Georgia basketball programs will take part in the second annual Stegmania on Friday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. in Stegeman Coliseum.
The University of Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball team will take on the defending NCAA Champions, the Baylor Bears in Waco, Texas, on Dec. 4 in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
After finishing first-team All-SEC in her stellar final season, Georgia women’s basketball star Caliya Robinson was picked in the third round of the WNBA draft on Wednesday.
After what has been an overall disappointing season for the Georgia women’s basketball team, the Lady Bulldogs find themselves at the end of the road.
Georgia (18-11, 9-7 SEC) and Arkansas (17-13, 6-10 SEC) have matched up twice already this season, with Georgia taking both games. A third game with much higher stakes will put a cap on the season series Thursday in Greenville, South Carolina.
After the Georgia women's basketball team's Feb. 18 home game against Ole Miss, redshirt junior point guard Taja Cole sported a white wrist tape on her left wrist, which was long enough for plays to be written on them.
Despite leading for more than half the contest on Sunday afternoon against Kentucky, Georgia was unable to make senior forward Caliya Robinson’s final home game a happy one.
Georgia lost a heartbreaker to close out its regular season Sunday, dropping its final game 58-53 to the No. 11 Kentucky Wildcats despite being in the game right up until the end.
It wasn’t as convincing as the first matchup, but for the second time this month, the Georgia women's basketball team handled a Florida team near the bottom of the SEC, this time 69-57 on the road in Gainesville.
The Bulldogs (17-10) took down Alabama (12-15) Sunday night in a 76-67 overtime shootout and avenged their loss against the Crimson Tide earlier in the year.
Coming into Thursday’s game against Arkansas, all the talk surrounding the Georgia women’s basketball team was about how the team would get on without head coach Joni Taylor, who was expected to miss at least a few games after giving birth to her second child on Tuesday, Feb. 19.
With head coach Joni Taylor back on the bench only two days after giving birth to her second child, Georgia earned its second victory over Arkansas this season on Thursday night 93-83 in a back-and-forth affair.
In the past five games, the Georgia women’s basketball team is 3-2, and has gotten back to the play style and identity which led it to success last season.
Head coach Joni Taylor gave birth to her second daughter, Drew Simone Taylor, at 7:29 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, just hours after coaching the Bulldogs to a win over Ole Miss the night before.
Georgia’s last home game, a 93-58 win over Florida, was a complete display on both sides of the ball. Against Ole Miss, it was the same formula that led Georgia to a win.