Recent graduate Renee VanHorn reached the second round of the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year Award nomination process.
Sierra Campbell has been named the second head women’s golf coach in program history at UNG.
UNG student-athletes have a new place to hit the books with the completion of the Meredith Family Student-Athlete Success Center on the main floor of UNG’s Memorial Hall on the Dahlonega Campus.
For the 10th consecutive year, UNG won the LeeAnn Noble Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Make-A-Wish Award for most funds raised.
Student-athlete Lexa Loden was part of UNG sports history as a member of the first UNG women’s tennis team to reach the Elite Eight.
Head Coach Buffie Burson led the UNG women’s basketball team to the best season in its 14 years of NCAA competition, reaching the Division II Elite Eight in 2018-19.
The UNG softball team won the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) tournament for the sixth year in a row with a string of dramatic victories in early May.
The UNG rifle team completed the season with a program record for its average score of 4,612 and a program-best final national ranking of No. 18.
UNG head baseball coach Tom Cantrell served on a panel at the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics meeting in October in Washington, D.C.
The UNG Athletics Hall of Fame committee inducted five new members in February as part of its ninth induction class.