Feb. 2, 1987 – The Georgia State women pulled off an exciting 83-82 win on the road at Florida A&M in Tallahassee, Fla. The work of one Panther provided almost half the offense as 6-foot-3 sophomore Angela Gresham poured in 40 points for GSU, while also grabbing 16 rebounds. Gresham was only the second Panther to score 40 or more points in a game in school history. Seeing Gresham succeed was a tribute to her hard work after missing the previous season with a knee injury. She had been an All-America pick as a freshman after averaging 21 points and 15 rebounds a game. And, actually at this time the team was called the Lady Crimson Panthers.
On This Date...February 2nd
Georgia State Sports Communications
Georgia State football head coach Shawn Elliott and Chandon Sullivan talked with the media as final...
Georgia State football coach Shawn Elliott wants to see you at the AutoNation Cure Bowl in Orlando.
Georgia State Sports Update, a co-production between Georgia State Athletics and GSU TV, will airs...