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Blueblood
27th February 2009, 08:40 AM
Each day we strive to find article links involving Georgia Southern athletics and former Georgia Southern athletes. Should you find we missed an article link, please reply to help keep the Eagle Faithful informed:

1. Comfy for once: Elon men cruise past Georgia Southern

[Elon built double-digit leads in both halves and eventually seized a 21-point cushion before settling for what easily became its largest winning margin in the league this season. "We came out with great effort to start the game," Elon guard Devan Carter said. "We set the tone pretty early. And once we set the tone early, we kind of rolled from there."]

http://www.thetimesnews.com/sports/elon_22953___article.html/past_comfy.html


2. Eagles hoppin' for chance vs. Coppin

[“I think the performance we got from the bullpen — there was some positive things there,” said Eagles coach Rodney Hennon. “I think if you just look at those first five games as a whole, we played pretty good baseball. We haven’t gotten everyone in a rhythm offensively as you’d like to see, but it’s early and that’s not uncommon.”]

http://www.gsueaglenation.com/pages/full_story?page_label=home_latest_news&article-Eagles-hoppin-for-chance-vs-Coppin%20=&id=1999278-Eagles-hoppin-for-chance-vs-Coppin&widget=push&instance=articles_player&open=&


3. Nitties ready to swim with the big boys

[Sydneysider Aron Price and Victorian Marc Leishman will also make their debuts in Honolulu this week, where the winner will pocket $US972,000 ($1.4 million). They will join a strong Australian contingent including Geoff Ogilvy, Adam Scott, Peter Lonard, Greg Chalmers, Nathan Green, John Senden and Jarrod Lyle.]

http://forster.yourguide.com.au/news/national/national/sport/nitties-ready-to-swim-with-the-big-boys/1407637.aspx?storypage=0


4. International League News And Notes

[OF Chris Walker (free agent) - Another speed merchant, Walker had a promising start to his career in the Cubs organization, but after a sub-par season with Triple-A Iowa in 2007, Walker started 2008 in the independent Atlantic League with Camden (.290-5-20 in 29 G) before finishing out with Triple-A Salt Lake (.257-1-27, 14 SB in 78 G).]

http://www.oursportscentral.com/services/releases/?id=3782719


5. Frankie Rodriguez still a name at spring training

[After retiring the first batter, he gave up consecutive singles. A wild pitch off the glove of catcher Flint Wipke moved the runners up before Fuentes struck out Eric Chavez with a slider away then got out of the inning when Jack Cust flew out to left field.]

http://www.sgvtribune.com/sports/ci_11796275


6. Jackson’s 33 points lifts Bruins

[The Group AAA runner-up last year to Heritage-Newport News, the Bruins brought some talent. Jackson and fellow Division I signees Gerda Gatling (Stony Brook) and Briana Scott (Georgia Southern) combined for 56 points, the same number Franklin County scored as a team.]

http://www.insidenova.com/isn/sports/high_school_prep/article/jacksons_33_points_lifts_bruins/30844/