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Fabulous Freshman is Student-Athlete of the Week
Men's Basketball 01/30/2017

Freshman sensation D'Marcus Simonds is the Georgia State Student-Athlete of the Week, powered by the U.S. Marines, after leading the men's basketball team to a pair of Sun Belt Conference victories to extend the GSU winning streak to five in a row.

GSU Registers First Win with Sweep of New Mexico
Women's Tennis 01/29/2017

ATHENS, Ga. The Georgia State women's tennis team picked up its first win of the season Sunday morning in the ITA Kickoff Weekend's consolation match. The Panthers swept the New Mexico Lobos 4-0 and improved to 1-3 on the season.

GSU Looks for Sixth-Straight Win Monday at South Alabama
Men's Basketball 01/29/2017

Coming off a third-straight road win, Georgia State will look to win a sixth-straight game overall facing South Alabama on Monday night at 9 p.m. ET at the Mitchell Center.

Whittaker Wins Shot Put, Panthers Finish in Fourth
Women's Track and Field 01/28/2017

Georgia State finished fourth at the two day Thundering Herd Invite at the Jeff Small Track at the Chris Cline Complex. Alysiah Whittaker won the shot put with a new meet record.

Simonds' 26 Leads Panthers to 78-72 Win at Troy
Men's Basketball 01/28/2017

Georgia State freshman D'Marcus Simonds tied a career-high with 26 points to lead the Panthers to a 78-72 win over Troy at Trojan Arena on Saturday afternoon.

Panthers Fall to Demon Deacons
Men's Tennis 01/28/2017

The Georgia State men's tennis team fell 4-0 in the championship match at the ITA Kickoff Weekend, splitting the tournament 1-1.

Panthers Trip Up Trojans to Win Second Straight
Women's Basketball 01/28/2017

Georgia State won its second game in a row with an exciting 68-65 victory at Troy Saturday afternoon. The win ended a six-game losing streak to the Trojans and handed Troy just its second conference loss of the season.

Panthers' Comeback Falls Short Against Illinois
Women's Tennis 01/28/2017

ATHENS, Ga. The Georgia State women's tennis team dropped its third match of the season 4-2 to Illinois Saturday morning. The Panthers (0-3) battled back to make it 3-2, but the Fighting Illini (1-2) proved too much in the neutral match on UGA's Hopkins Indoor Courts.