RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Georgia State Panthers

A collection of news and information related to Georgia State Panthers published by this site and its partners.

Top Georgia State Panthers Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • CAA Rewind, Lopsided Edition

    This week’s CAA schedule included a lot of backups playing in the fourth quarter and empty seats in the stands at games’ end. The schedule was heavily weighted toward non-conference games, and the average margin of victory was 29.8 points...
  • CAA Rewind, Record Edition

    Live long enough and you see everything: an actor becomes president; technology in the palm of your hand; a decent sitcom on ABC. Same holds true for college football, where Saturday produced one of those moments in our little corner of the world. Old...
  • W&M routs Georgia State 35-3 for first win

    WILLIAMSBURG - For four games, snake-bitten William and Mary seemingly couldn't catch a break. So in the fifth, the Tribe decided to create a few of its own. Seven forced turnovers later, the Tribe celebrated their first victory of the season courtesy of...
  • William and Mary's McBride becoming a playmaker

    Tre McBride didn't expect it would be easy. Playing Division I college football as a true freshman in a complex offense at a new position doesn't lend itself to seamless transitions. Still, McBride admitted that there were plenty of difficult moments...
  • Defensive Slippage at W&M

    William and Mary allowed Maryland just 236 yards of total offense and came up with four turnovers in the season opening 7-6 loss. The Tribe defense hasn’t been that effective since. Lafayette, Towson and Delaware all gained more than 300 yards, and...
  • George Mason leaves CAA for Atlantic 10 in latest conference realignment

    George Mason leaves CAA for Atlantic 10 in latest conference realignment
    After the Colonial Athletic Association lost its third marquee member in 10 months, and fourth school in the past year, commissioner Tom Yeager vowed that the league will remain viable and relevant. "I do know, and have every confidence, in the...
  • Saturday's college baseball roundup: Farrell, Jackson Shaver help enable W&M to get even in series at Delaware

    John Farrell pitched eight shutout innings Saturday as William and Mary (11-8, 1-1 Colonial Athletic Association) evened its baseball series at Delaware with a 9-0 victory in Newark. Jackson Shaver led the way with two hits, three RBIs and a run, Ryan...
  • Towson snaps 20-game losing streak against George Mason

    —Towson has seen the end of many streaks during its renaissance basketball season. It finished off another one Tuesday night at George Mason. Jerrelle Benimon scored a career-high 31 points, including 22 in the first half, as the Tigers halted a...
  • Tuesday's local college basketball roundup: Apprentice's Andrews makes USCAA All-American first team for third time

    The Apprentice School’s Tevin Andrews was named a first-team U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Division I All-American for the third consecutive year. Andrews joined former teammate Isaih Harrison and Charles Holiday as Builders to become...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Free throw in final second lifts W&M at UNCW

    Tim Rusthoven sank the second of two free throws with 0.4 of a second remaining, giving William and Mary a 73-72 victory Wednesday at UNC Wilmington. In a game of big runs by both teams, UNCW’s Tanner Milson sank a tying 3-pointer with 1.6...
  • CAA prepares for final tournament run in Richmond

    CAA prepares for final tournament run in Richmond
    Tom Yeager didn't call it validation, but when he looked around the Richmond Coliseum on the night of March 5, 1990, and saw more than 9,700 people for the Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball tournament championship game, he felt pretty good...