View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Friday, March 20, 2009

20th March 2009, 06:43 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. Athletic Media Relations Blog

[Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Athletic Media Relations blog. This is Patrick Osterman. One of the things we want to accomplish with this is simple... give the fans an idea on what goes on in athletics. We want to give a more behind the scenes look than what a normal story could.]


2. Schenkel tourney returns in Statesboro

[“This is one of the unique tournaments in the country,” Georgia Southern head golf coach Larry Mays said. “We have 75 to 100 families that give money to become patrons or are involved in the tournament. The Phi Mu sorority is also involved, creating a little different feel than every other tournament you go to. This one definitely has a little more class and hospitality associated with it.”]


3. Georgia Southern Visits Smith Stadium This Weekend

[After squaring off with defending SoCon champion Elon and upper-division clubs Western Carolina and The Citadel in its first three conference series of the year, Appalachian (6-12, 1-7 SoCon) faces a Georgia Southern squad that brings a sterling 14-3 record into this weekend’s set. Included in GSU’s 14 wins is a pair of victories over top-20 opponents in No. 8 Georgia Tech (6-5 on Feb. 24) and No. 20 East Carolina (14-4 on March 8).]


4. Hall Co. Schools introduce cost-cutting measures for sports programs

["If a team wants to go to Clemson [S.C.] for a camp, that's obviously more cost-effective than traveling to Georgia Southern for a camp, and common sense will prevail," Higgins said. "But, again, we will handle these requests on a case-by-case basis."]


20th March 2009, 09:25 AM

The Georgia Southern University team, officially called the GSU Southern Bass Anglers, formed in the fall of 2006. The team has been competing in intercollegiate tournaments since the spring of 2008.<o></o><o></o>

College Bass had a chance to sit down with GSU’s Kyle Giella. Kyle is a senior and the president of the GSU Southern Bass Anglers. We asked him some questions about his team and college fishing, then put him on the hot seat for a quick five. Here is what he had to say: