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Members of the Georgia Equestrian team during the Bulldogs' meet with Auburn at the UGA Equestrian Complex in Bishop, Ga., on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. (Photo by John Paul Van Wert)
Members of the Georgia Equestrian team during the Bulldogs' meet with Auburn at the UGA Equestrian Complex in Bishop, Ga., on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. (Photo by John Paul Van Wert)
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The fall signing period has concluded, and a lot of teams brought in a lot of talent for future Dawg squads.  With school winding down for the semester, nearing the exam breaks and winter lull in the schedules, most seasons have hit a quiet period.  But there's still been some movement outside Sanford Stadium in Georgia athletics this week.  So let's catch you up on them....

SIGNING CLASSES

Baseball- Manager Scott Stricklin signed nine new players for the Diamond Dawgs, all coming from in state.

Men's Golf- Chris Haack got a pair.

Softball- Lu Harris-Champer landed a quartet of new Lady Diamond Dawgs.

Swimming and Diving - Jack Bauerle, well he signed a lot.  And then a few more.  And then some more.  They'll be back in the pool at home next weekend (aka the first weekend in December).

VOLLEYBALL

The Net Dawgs fell at home to Arkansas and Ole Miss.  They'll keep searching for that second conference win in their final matches of the season hosting Missouri tonight at 7 before heading to Starkville for Mississippi State on Sunday afternoon at 1.

EQUESTRIAN

The Horse Dawgs concluded the fall portion of their season last weekend, with a win over South Dakota State and a lost split decision at Oklahoma St the following day. They'll next take the reins January 28th at Baylor.

MEN'S HOOPS

Wins over Furman and George Washington got the Dawgs to 3-1 before last night's hard fought defeat to Kansas putthe record at 3-2.  Games against Gardner-Webb at home Friday at 7, and against Morehouse also at home next Wednesday at 7 are the only action Mark Fox's team will have before the exam break.

WOMEN'S HOOPS

The Lady Hoop Dawgs cruised to an easy win over BYU last week before a 27 turnover night led to defeat at Georgia Tech .  Joni Taylor's team will spend Thanksgiving in the Bahamas, where they take on Minnesota tomorrow afternoon before North Carolina or South Florida Friday.  They return to Athens Tuesday to host Kennesaw State at 7 in Stegeman.

And as always, Gooooooooooooooooo Dawgs!