Georgia Bulldogs Tennis
The UGA men's and women's tennis and golf teams are competing for tournament championships this weekend.
We thought it had been a rough day. We've been absorbing the not-too-surprising news of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope's declaration for the NBA draft, and then we get the news of an actual tragedy: someone (or some group) tries to make some kind of statement by killing and maiming scores of innocent people at one of the Boston Marathon, one of the world's great sports traditions. We're thinking of the victims and their families and the great city of Boston and wish them peace and healing. In light of these events, I'm skipping my attempt at tax day humor and getting straight to the task of catching up with the Bulldog scores and news.
Georgia will be competing in a wide array of sports this Saturday, March 2. Enter here to discuss them with other Georgia fans. And there is a lot to discuss.
On Atlanta's coldest day of the year so far, my first thought at the close of this weekend, brutal in many ways, was to describe our brumal discontent with a post thematically built around a topical reference to the recently disinterred and self-styled (per Shakespeare), sun of York. But by the time I sat down to write, a certain bard of Georgia took over with a healthier attitude.
Today, the Georgia Bulldogs will be in action in baseball, women's golf, women's lacrosse, softball, and men's tennis . . . and fans of Mark Fox's men's basketball team may want to watch the Iona Gaels take on the Manhattan Jaspers on ESPNU tonight.
Saturday is a busy day in Bulldog Nation, as the Georgia Bulldogs will be in action in men's basketball, men's and women's lacrosse, softball, women's tennis, and track and field. Join Dawg Sports for the all-day open comment thread!
The Georgia Bulldogs will send student-athletes into intercollegiate competition in eight sports on Saturday, including three clashes of ranked teams and a televised men's basketball game. Come to Dawg Sports for the all-day open comment thread!
The Georgia Bulldogs will be in action on Saturday in track, swimming and diving, equestrian, tennis, basketball, gymnastics, and ice hockey. (Yes, ice hockey.) Follow them all in the Dawg Sports open comment thread.
Drastic NCAA rule changes threaten college tennis, and that's bad for the Georgia Bulldogs.