Stories by Jennifer Iannone

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Gym Dog finishes in style

LINCOLN, Neb. --- Courtney Kupets ended her collegiate gymnastics career just the way she intended. With a bang.
By Jennifer Iannone

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Gym Dogs send longtime coach out with her 10th title

LINCOLN, Neb. --- It was a fairy tale ending for a coach who took a chance more than a quarter of a century ago.
By Jennifer Iannone

Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008

Freshman's winning grab boosts Bulldogs

AUBURN, Ala. --- A.J. Green's steady hands hauled in a touchdown catch that put Georgia ahead for good late in the fourth quarter in Saturday's 17-13 win at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
By Jennifer Iannone

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Fresno wins finale to cap unlikely run

OMAHA, Neb. --- Georgia was on the cusp of winning its first national title in 18 years.
By Jennifer Iannone

Georgia bullpen lets Perno down

OMAHA, Neb. --- Georgia coach David Perno was relying on a bullpen that he believed carried his team to the College World Series.
By Jennifer Iannone

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Short start for Montgomery

OMAHA, Neb. --- Nick Montgomery had some of Georgia's most successful starts in the regional and super regional, but now he could be wishing he'd saved those for the College World Series.
By Jennifer Iannone

Blowout forces decisive game

OMAHA, Neb. --- Georgia was on the verge of its second national title.
By Jennifer Iannone

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Fresno State rallies past Georgia

By Jennifer Iannone

Monday, June 23, 2008

Rant got Georgia squad's attention

OMAHA, Neb. --- Ryan Peisel could barely contain his anger and disappointment any longer.
By Jennifer Iannone

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Perno's boyhood friend is torn

OMAHA, Neb. --- As Georgia collected more and more victories this season, the texts and e-mails of congratulations David Perno received from his childhood friend, Robbie Kamerschen, began to pile up.
By Jennifer Iannone

Switching starters ends Moreau's lengthy layoff

OMAHA, Neb. --- Nathan Moreau received an unexpected call Thursday evening after Georgia's game with Stanford was pushed back a day.
By Jennifer Iannone

Friday, June 20, 2008

Cardinal's Castro has Dogs' eye

OMAHA, Neb. --- Trevor Holder knows what to expect when facing Jason Castro.
By Jennifer Iannone

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Moreau is content to be Dogs No. 3 man

OMAHA, Neb. --- Nathan Moreau didn't get his chance two years ago. He has yet to get an opportunity this year, too.
By Jennifer Iannone

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Bullpen is a big reason for Georgia's deep run

OMAHA, Neb. --- Any concerns coach David Perno had about his bullpen have diminished after Georgia's first two games at the College World Series.
By Jennifer Iannone

Monday, June 16, 2008

Star in win over Miami riding high

OMAHA, Neb. --- Ryan Peisel felt as though he was in a fairy tale.
By Jennifer Iannone

Spot on the mound tops seat in stands

OMAHA, Neb. --- Two years ago, Nick Montgomery was one of nearly 25,000 fans in the stands at Rosenblatt Stadium.
By Jennifer Iannone

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Georgia becomes one of tourney's usual suspects

OMAHA, Neb. --- Rosenblatt Stadium evokes fond memories for Brian Jester.
By Jennifer Iannone

Role reversal for Georgia catcher

OMAHA, Neb. --- As a child, Jake Crane was a huge college baseball fan.
By Jennifer Iannone

Friday, June 13, 2008

Georgia needs some relief

OMAHA, Neb. --- Last week, Georgia's relievers dusted off their gloves and walked toward the mound, unsure of what to expect.
By Jennifer Iannone

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Going to the tape helped Bulldogs

ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia's coaching staff showed the Bull-dogs a video before their Super Regional finale against North Carolina State on Sunday.
By Jennifer Iannone
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