At 6’ 7” first-year student Kohl Roberts towers above most his classmates and competitors. In fact, the athletics department had to order heavier dumb bells for his workouts in the weight room on campus.
The stands at Centennial Center were packed as more than 2,600 elementary and middle school students took part in the first Baldwin County Public Schools Day at Georgia College. They cheered as they watched the men’s and women’s basketball games Dec. 16
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced the 20 student-athletes named to the 2015 Allstate WBCA and NABC Good Works Teams® this week, which included senior Shanteona Keys.
Junior Dwight Anderson isn’t accustomed to soaring summer temperatures or hearing the gentle twang of southern accents on a daily basis. The Minnesota transplant came to Georgia College in fall 2014 to finish out his college basketball career.
Shanteona Keys, who was named the first Academic All-American in Bobcat women’s basketball history last February, has made a name for herself not only in her division, but in the entire NCAA.