View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Monday, March 16, 2009

16th March 2009, 07:07 AM
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1. Eagles Take SoCon Opener at UNC Greensboro

[“I was really proud of our team. It’s tough to sit around for a couple of days not knowing if you’d get a chance to play. I thought our guys were focused and ready to go play when the time came,” said head coach Rodney Hennon. “We got an outstanding effort from our bullpen and did some good things late to put the game away.”]


2. Blondell Takes Individual Title at Kaua’i Collegiate Cup as Eagles Finished Tied for First

[“The team played very well the entire tournament and we can’t be happier with our result. Logan [Blondell] played three great rounds to earn his second individual win of the year,” said head coach Larry Mays. “It was a long way to come but coming home with a win will make the trip worth it.”]


3. Eagles Fall at No. 75 South Alabama

[The Georgia Southern men’s tennis team suffered a tough 4-1 loss at No. 75 South Alabama Sunday afternoon (March 15). Inclement weather forced a delayed start to the match and ended two singles matches early, but the Jaguars managed to hand the Eagles only their third loss of the season as they dropped to 5-3 overall. USA improved to 7-7 with the win.]


4. Hall's Walk-off Double Completes the Sweep of the Mountaineers

[“We talked all week long about coming together as a team and moving together in the same direction,” said head coach Maggie Johnson. “We came out and played as a single unit and got the job done.”]


5. ETSU wins in tie-breaker

[East Tennessee rallied from a three-stroke deficit on the final day of play to earn a tie with Georgia Southern in the 10th Annual Kaua‘i Collegiate Cup hosted by Western Kentucky University and Kaua‘i County. A tie-breaker gave the win to ETSU.]


6. Heartbreak for Day

[Aron Price, who started the day just outside the top 10, had a disappointing two-over 74 to finish in a tie for 31st at five-under, while Matt Jones was two strokes further back and Jarrod Lyle carded a four-over round to finish at one-over for the tournament.]