Hannes Burmeister of GSU's men's soccer team is this week's U.S. Marines GSU Student-Athlete of the Week.
As Georgia State gets closer to the start of the regular season, expectations are pretty high after once again winning 20 games last season.
Georgia State women's tennis finished up the Piedmont invitational late Saturday night at the Life Time Sports Center in Norcross, Georgia. The Panthers won three of their seven singles matches against the Big Ten's Purdue. Georgia State finished with a 15-5 record over the weekend in singles play.
Defending individual champion Nick Budd shot a final round 70 to record a top 10 finish and lead the Georgia State men's golf team to a sixth-place result at the UNCG Grandover Collegiate at the Grandover Resort.
Georgia State volleyball lost a heartbreaking five-set match at Little Rock Saturday night (25-23, 15-25, 25-22, 17-25, 10-15). The Panthers will return home next week after playing their last four matches on the road.
The Georgia State men's soccer team earned a 3-0 victory over Hartwick Saturday night, with Hannes Burmeister scoring twice on the night.
Led by junior Severin Soller who stands in a tie for sixth, the Georgia State men's golf team sits in fourth-place following two rounds of the UNCG Grandover Collegiate at the Grandover Resort.
The Georgia State women's golf team shot a second-round 25-over 313 in rainy conditions at Atlanta Athletic Club on Saturday to remain in 12th-place at the Ladies Fall Intercollegiate.
With a goal of raising money for hurricane relief, Georgia State earned a 65-58 exhibition win over Georgia Tech at McCamish Pavilion on Saturday afternoon in the ĎA-Town Showdown for Hurricane Relief.'
Freshman Lotte Meyberg finished seventh at the 2017 Sun Belt Championships Saturday at the State Farm Fields and Kennedy Cross Country Course in Boone.
Freshman Paige Etherington enjoyed a career night, but it fell in vain as Arkansas State defeated GSU in three sets, (14-25, 18-25, 17-25) Friday night. Georgia State has an opportunity to go 1-1 on the road trip as they battle Little Rock tomorrow night.
The Georgia State women's golf team shot an opening round 338 to stand in 12th-place following the first round of the Ladies Fall Intercollegiate at Atlanta Athletic Club on Friday.