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Keturah Orji is the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year

Former Georgia track and field standout and financial planning major Keturah Orji has been named the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year.

From There to Here: Carla Williams

When Carla Williams was being recruited to play basketball at Georgia in the mid-1980s, she didn’t even know athletics administrators existed.

Step by Step

The last steps Devon Gales took without the aid of an apparatus or caregiver came in full gallop on a soggy fall Saturday in Georgia.

In her words: Jaleesa Rhoden, former NCAA postgraduate intern

In 2013-14, Jaleesa Rhoden worked within the championships and alliances group, primarily for the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. A native of London, Ontario, Rhoden attended the University of Georgia, played basketball and was a member of SAAC.

Hitting the Book

Most football players show up at Media Day with confidence and cliches. Malcolm Mitchell brought a book.

2001 NCAA Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year continues to draw from Georgia talent pool The NCAA News , November 5, 2001 By Kay Hawes It's becoming a tradition at the University of Georgia. When Georgia swimmer Kimberly A. Black was chosen October 21 as the 2001...

2000 NCAA Woman of the Year

Georgia swimmer named NCAA Woman of the Year Kowal ties honor to former winner, teammate By Kay Hawes, The NCAA News , October 23, 2000 Kristy Kowal, a senior swimmer from the University of Georgia and a silver medalist in the Sydney...

1997 NCAA Woman of the Year

Coole named NCAA's Woman of the Year The NCAA News , October 27, 1997 Lisa Ann Coole, a record-setting swimmer at the University of Georgia, was named 1997 NCAA Woman of the Year October 19. Coole received the award at the seventh annual...

His Goal, Reached

When Champion profiled Josh Brooks two years ago, he was the assistant athletics director for internal operations at the University of Georgia, coordinating travel for the Bulldogs football team. He has since become an athletics director.

2015 Today’s Top 10: Shannon Vreeland

The swimmer won Olympic gold when she was a college student and has gone on to earn her degree. Up next? Law school and, perhaps, another medal.


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