Georgia State University is celebrating its 100th year anniversary during 2013. There will be many events throughout the year celebrating the event, including Centennial Game which took place on Jan. 12th as the men's basketball team hosted Delaware.
Each day throughout the rest of basketball season, GeorgiaStateSports.com will look back on a defining or historic moment in Panther basketball history.
Jan. 22, 2004 – Georgia State men's basketball grew its win streak to six games and upped its overall season report card to 12-4 with a hard-fought 66-58 conference win on the road at Jacksonville. The Panthers of Coach Mike Perry were on their way to a 20-win season with close wins like this. Six-foot-11 center Nate Williams led the surge with 12 points and seven rebounds in historic Swisher Gymnasium. Little Herman Favors made seven assists and added nine points in directing the offense. Two days later on the continuing road trip, GSU crushed Stetson, 93-62, in front of 3,000 fans to grow the win streak to seven games as Williams continued his hot play with 20 points and then school-record seven blocked shots.