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ASU Men Survive A Scare, Advance in Regionals

Posted: 03/15/2008 - The second-seeded Augusta State Jaguars had their lowest scoring output of the season, but it was still enough to hold off seventh-seeded Johnson C. Smith 58-54 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA South Atlantic Region tournament. With the win, the Jaguars (23-6) advance to Sunday’s semifinals where they will meet third-seeded Wingate.

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Lady Jags Season Ends With One Point Loss

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Top-seeded Wingate University advanced to the NCAA Division II South Atlantic Region tournament championship game Saturday night when the Bulldogs outlasted fifth-seeded Augusta State University 66-65 at Francis Marion’s Smith University Center.

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Major Storm Damages Georgia Dome, Game Delayed

Posted: 03/14/2008 - A severe storm ripped two holes in the side of the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta during the Southeastern Conference tournament, halting the Alabama-Mississippi State and sending fans fleeing for the exits.

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USC Aiken Baseball Adds To Win Total

Posted: 03/14/2008 - Senior hurler Scott Wandless tossed nearly eight innings of three-hit baseball as 10th-ranked USC Aiken (21-5, 5-2 PBC) calmed the Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes (7-15, 3-4 PBC) 6-1 in Peach Belt Conference action on Friday evening at Roberto Hernandez Stadium. After suffering a three-game sweep in Americus, Ga. last year, this win marks the first-ever for the Pacers over the newest member of the PBC.

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Lady Jags Advance IN NCAA Tournament

Posted: 03/14/2008 - The ladies from Augusta State picked up a first round win in the South Atlantic Region by beating Shaw University 88-70. Jasmine Godwin led the offense with 14 points including three from beyond the three point line. Augusta State plays Wingate Saturday night at 6pm.

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Vick's State Trial Delayed

Posted: 03/14/2008 - The trial of suspended NFL quarterback Michael Vick on state dogfighting charges has been delayed. Vick was scheduled to stand trial on April 2. The Surry County Commonwealth Attorney's office says no new date has been set yet.

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Pacers Drop Triple OT Thriller In Peach Belt Finals

Updated: 03/10/2008 - It took three overtimes and a clutch foul-line jumper from All-Peach Belt Conference Team member Michael Sloan, but Clayton State University took home its first PBC Tournament Championship with an 89-87 win over host USC Aiken.

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Another Tough Loss For the Lynx

Posted: 03/09/2008 - Sunday was another one of those games that the Augusta Lynx thought they did enough to win, but they were denied yet again by a stellar goaltending performance from the Gladiators Craig Kowalski who stole the show with 44 saves in a 2-1 loss for the Lynx on Sunday

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Kyle Busch Dominates in Winning In Atlanta

Posted: 03/09/2008 - Kyle Busch gave Toyota its first NASCAR Sprint Cup victory, driving away from the pack in the waning laps to win the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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Pacers Advance To PBC Title Game

Updated: 03/08/2008 - Job Casimir’s four-point play with 3:26 left to go highlighted a 21-4 second-half run by host and top-seeded USC Aiken, giving the Pacers an 88-83 victory over No. 4-seeded North Georgia on Saturday evening at the USC Aiken Convocation Center, earning a berth in the 2008 Peach Belt Conference Championship game.

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Glenn HIlls Wins First Ever State Title

Updated: 03/09/2008 - For the first time in school history, the Glenn Hills boys own a basketball state title beating Carver-Columbus Saturday night 64-57.

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Pacers In Peach Belt Semifinals

Posted: 03/08/2008 - After watching 11 games over the previous 48 hours, top-seeded USC Aiken (26-2) finally took the floor Friday night at the 2008 Peach Belt Conference Tournament, and the fifth-ranked Pacers did not disappoint with a 96-62 victory over ninth-seeded Lander (10-19) in the day’s last quarterfinal. With the victory USCA moves to the semifinals Saturday to face fourth-seeded North Georgia, an 88-86 victor over Armstrong Atlantic State.

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Pacers Edged Out On The Links

Posted: 03/04/2008 - Georgia College & State fired a final round of even-par 284 to edge out #5 USC Aiken by three strokes during Tuesday’s final round of the 2008 Richard Rendleman Invitational. The 13th-ranked Bobcats finished the tournament at four-under-par. The Pacers carded a day two total of 291 to finish at seven-over-par.

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Bulldogs Open Spring Practice

Posted: 03/03/2008 - Georgia coach Mark Richt praised the passing of quarterback Matthew Stafford and the running of tailback Caleb King in today's opening day of spring practice.

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Commons Player Of The Week for Record 5th Time

Updated: 03/03/2008 - Another honor was added to the already impressive junior campaign of USC Aiken’s Chris Commons Sunday evening when the junior won Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week for the fifth time, extending the record he already held for winning the league honor.

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Clemson Rallies From 20 Down To Beat Maryland

Posted: 03/02/2008 - Terrence Oglesby nailed the tie-breaking 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds remaining in the game and Clemson erased a 20-point second-half deficit in a 73-70 victory over Maryland tonight.

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Pacers Win Two in Hoops, Men Set School Record

Posted: 03/02/2008 - The USC Aiken men used a big second half to beat Georgia College and State Sunday night as they finish out the season with a school record 25-2 record. For the ladies, a win over the Bobcats give them a share of the Peach Belt Conference Title

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Lynx Shutout On The Road

Posted: 03/02/2008 - The Augusta Lynx played good enough to win a well-fought road game on Sunday night in South Carolina, but thanks to 34 saves by Stingrays goaltender Josh Johnson the Lynx were denied a win for the third straight game, falling 1-0.

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Hampton Solid In Season Debut

Posted: 03/02/2008 - Only a few minutes after one of the biggest outings of Mike Hampton's career, he faced one of his biggest media gatherings in years. The Braves beat a Houston Astros split squad, 6-4, and Hampton was the big story.

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Pacers Win 10th Straight at Home

Posted: 03/02/2008 - USC Aiken (15-3) erupted for four runs in the first and five more in the third as the 14th-ranked Pacers blasted the Barton Bulldogs (10-11) 12-1 in non-conference baseball action on Sunday afternoon at Roberto Hernandez Stadium to sweep the three-game series. Off to their best start in the program’s 17-year NCAA history, USC Aiken tied a 2001 school record with their 10th-straight home win.

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Gamecock Lineman In Trouble With The Law

Posted: 03/02/2008 - South Carolina offensive lineman Kevin Young was charged for his role in a fight in a nightclub area near campus early Sunday.

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Two Glenn Hills Teams Advance; Hephzibah Girls Fall

Posted: 03/01/2008 - Both the Glenn Hills boys and girls have advanced to the state semifinals in Macon win victories Saturday night. The Lady Rebels of Hephzibah saw their season come to a close as they lost in the quarterfianls.

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Jags Sweep On Senior Day

Posted: 03/01/2008 - Both the Augusta State men and women seniors went out in style Saturday by beating Georgia Southwestern to wrap up the regular season. The ASU men won 65-58 while the women dropped the hammer taking it 104-55.

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