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    GSU’s season ends in blowout to Houston in NCAA Tournament

    Georgia State men’s basketball player D’Marcus Simonds goes airborne during the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Championship at Lakefront Arena. | Photo submitted by Georgia State Athletics The Georgia State men’s basketball team had a shaky [...]
  • Georgia State dances for the 3rd time in 5 years

    For the second consecutive year, the Georgia State Panthers are heading to the NCAA Tournament. Fans and players are rejoicing after the Panthers clinched the Sun Belt Conference Championship title with a 73-64 win over [...]
  • Panthers one win away from NCAA Tournament after dominant wire-to-wire semifinal win

    Georgia State was 20-0 when leading at halftime this season entering its Sun Belt Conference tournament semifinal on Saturday. The team is now 21-0 in that regard and one win away from reaching the NCAA [...]
  • Panthers split Day of Duals 1-1

    The Georgia State beach volleyball team split their matches at the Day of Duals Tuesday, finishing 1-1. Head coach Beth Van Fleet was happy with what she saw from her team on the sand. “I [...]
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    The price of winning in college athletics

    College athletics is about winning — often at any cost. Player compensation has owned a stake in college sports for much of its history, despite it being clearly against NCAA regulations. The NCAA, which runs [...]
  • D’Marcus Simonds and his fate to find peace at Georgia State

    As a high school junior, D’Marcus Simonds thought he found his team for the next four years. But after an unexpected change, Simonds decommitted from a school he was once certain about. In a time [...]
  • GSU faces Georgia in classic David and Goliath affair

    The Georgia State men’s baseball team (4-11) will host the Georgia Bulldogs (14-2) on Wednesday in a home game where the Panthers will try to gain a win before conference plays begins on Friday against [...]
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    Get fit for free

    Some students have stuck to their New Year’s resolution of losing that extra weight and working out more — others, not so much. The good news is it’s not too late. Whether you want a [...]
  • From GSU student-athlete to House representative

    When “Able” Mable Thomas began her journey at Georgia State University, she was not at the university that students would recognize today. In the 80s, Georgia State was just starting to expand its campus in [...]
  • Beach volleyball splits at Stetson Spring Fling

    The Georgia State beach volleyball team is off to its worst start since its inaugural season in 2013 – the Panthers are 4-4. The Panthers opened their season 2-2 in Stetson Spring Fling in Deland, [...]
  • Allison Johnson plays basketball for her parents

    Growing up in Spain, senior Allison Johnson knew that she wanted to be just like her father, Ed Johnson – a professional basketball player for over 12 seasons. Now in her senior season at Georgia [...]
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    The long-lasting impacts of Georgia State athletes

    In the wake Black History Month, Georgia State student-athletes talked about who and what inspires them when they deal with their demanding athletic and academic schedules. Answers such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm [...]
  • In the shoes of coach Ron Hunter

    Some may know coach Ron Hunter only as the man frantically screaming up and down the sidelines of Georgia State men’s basketball games. Georgia State students may have seen him dancing or dressing up at [...]
  • Men go 2-0, women’s streak snapped

    For the second time in two weeks, the Georgia State men’s basketball team (18-8, 9-4) found itself in a double-digit hole. However, this time was different as the Panthers were able to overcome an 18-point [...]
  • Mural, mural on the wall

    If you attended a home beach volleyball game last season, you would’ve noticed an empty space on the back wall. Attend one today and you’ll notice a large, vibrant and colorful mural. This offseason, Georgia [...]