The final score, a weekly sports brief (Jan. 13, 2015)

Women’s Tennis

Junior tennis players Linn Timmerman and Niri Rasolomalala were ranked in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s first rankings of the year. Timmerman was ranked 69th after originally being unranked while Rasolomalala was ranked 102nd. Georgia State’s women’s tennis also earned itself a ranking of 58 as a team.



Another future opponent was announced for Georgia State’s non-conference schedule when it was found that the Panthers will face the Memphis Tigers beginning in 2017. The series will be a home-and-home as Georgia State will host Memphis on Nov. 18, 2017. The Panthers will travel to Memphis on Sept. 15, 2018.


Track and Field

The first track and field meet of 2015 for the Panthers was highlighted by huge performances in the weight throw, shot put, and 5,000 meters. Weight thrower Tracy Dorcemont set a school record with a throw of 18.19 meters. LaPorscha Wells’ 16.01 meter showing in the shot put also set a school record while Hannah Stefanoff posted a 17:35 time on her way to victory in the 5,000 meters.