View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Monday, October 13, 2008

13th October 2008, 08:12 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. Swimming and Diving Completes the Campbell Meet

[The Georgia Southern Swimming and Diving team completed the Campbell meet Saturday afternoon.]


2. Men’s Soccer defeats Appalachian State 2-1

[The Georgia Southern Men’s Soccer Team defeated Appalachian State 2-1 Sunday afternoon at the Appalachian Soccer Stadium.]


3. Men’s Tennis Concludes the UNF Invitational

[The Georgia Southern Men’s Tennis Team concluded the UNF Invitational Sunday at the UNF Tennis Courts.]


4. Women’s Soccer Holds on For a 1-1 Tie in Overtime against the College of Charleston

[“I was proud of the way our team bounced back after the rough loss Friday. We battled hard. Charleston is a good team and for us to come out here and get a tie from them was good,” said Head Coach Ashley Hart.]


5. Women's Tennis Concludes the FIU Invitational

[The Georgia Southern Women's Tennis team concluded the North Florida Invitational Sunday at the UNF Tennis Courts in Jacksonville, Fla.]


6. Small Comes Up Big in Sweep of App State

[“It was a good performance for us on the road,” said Eagles head coach Chad Callihan, “especially on a long weekend where you can lose focus. But we came out and played with a purpose today. We had some good runs in our favor and had a few go against us but overall we did a good job and did another nice job of maintaining our composure in tight situations.”]


7. By Bill Beacon

[General manager Jim Popp also picked up Kiwaukee Thomas, a veteran of 110 NFL games, this week to back up the defensive secondary. "I'm excited," said Carter. "I've played this game in my head a couple of times.”]


8. Leishman scorches on Nationwide

[Aron Price picked up his third top-10 result this year with third place on nine-under, while Greg Chalmers and Won Joon Lee finished in a four-way tie for fourth, one stroke further back, alongside Americans Spencer Levin and Darron Stiles.]


9. Leishman wins in Texas

[Sydney’s Aron Price finished the event in third place on nine under par, picking up his third top ten result this year. Winner of the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship in April, Price claimed his second best result this season on the weekend and moved from 20th to 15th on the Money List.]


13th October 2008, 09:03 AM
May the stories of GSU whipping the Mountainqueers continue!

13th October 2008, 02:05 PM
May the stories of GSU whipping the Mountainqueers continue!