Severin Soller of GSU's men's golf team is this week's U.S. Marines GSU Student-Athlete of the Week.
After opening to rave reviews in August, Georgia State Stadium will host its first concert on April 28, 2018, when the Foo Fighters return to Atlanta as a part of the Concrete and Gold North American Tour as announced by Rival Entertainment Monday morning.
Georgia State women's tennis completed day three of the ITA Regionals on Sunday at UGA. The day was highlighted by a consolation quarterfinals win by Lara Vovk and Kristin Rehse over a pair from Kennesaw State.
Led by a 2-over 74 from freshman Chloe Howard, the Georgia State women's golf team shot an opening round 16-over 304 to stand in a tie for eighth following the first round of the 40th annual FIU Pat Bradley Classic at Lakewood Ranch Golf Club.
The Georgia State women's soccer team fell 3-1 to Little Rock Sunday afternoon, ending its season at 3-11-3. The Panthers honored eight seniors prior to kickoff, with senior Siobhan Wilson scoring her first career goal in the loss.
The Georgia State men's soccer team played to its first draw of the season against Appalachian State Saturday night.
Georgia State volleyball fell in straight sets to Texas State Saturday evening (25-10, 25-17, 25-8). GSU is now 2-8 in conference play. The Bobcats are 8-1 in conference and have not dropped a Sun Belt set since their conference opener on September 22nd.
Georgia State women's tennis competed in day two of the ITA Regionals Saturday in Athens, Georgia. Lara Vovk and Kristin Rehse picked up a win in the doubles consolation round of 16, and Damira Muminovic earned a win in the singles consolation round of 16.
Georgia State had its three-game winning streak snapped with a 34-10 loss to Troy in Saturday's Homecoming game at Georgia State Stadium.
The Georgia State women's soccer team dropped its Friday night match against Arkansas State 2-0. The team will close out its regular season Sunday afternoon against Little Rock.
Georgia State volleyball fell to UT Arlington in four sets Friday night (25-23, 21-25, 25-17, 25-14). The Panthers are now 2-7 in conference play.