Check out some of the top performances and outstanding past results in Georgia State Athletics history during the month of November. From conference titles to highlight reel individual efforts, get a small snapshot of the accomplishments Panthers have put on the field.

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Nov. 4, 1991
Volleyball Sarah-Jane Mungo won the first Player-of-the-Week Award in TAAC/A-Sun history.
Nov. 5, 2012
Men's Soccer
Alex Vivanco won his second CAA Player-of-the-Week Award of the season, after initially winning on Aug. 27.
Nov. 6, 1996 Men's Soccer At the end of the 1996 season, Keith Gisper had accumulated 17 assists on the year, setting a GSU record.
Nov. 7, 1997 Men's Soccer
Picked up its first win against a ranked team in program history with a 1-0 victory over No. 19 Jacksonville.
Nov. 7, 2006 Men's Tennis
Martin Stiegwardt and Anze Cevka earned a No. 19 doubles ranking for the highest in program history.
Nov. 10, 1991 Volleyball
In the season finale 3-0 win over Stetson, the Panthers set a record for blocks in a season with 682.
Nov. 10, 2007 Women's Cross Country
Rachel Hannah finished eighth at the NCAA South Regional to add to a great season and earn a bid in the NCAA Championship.
Nov. 10, 2007 Women's Cross Country
Georgia State earned its highest finish in the NCAA South Regional, finishing sixth as a team.
Nov. 10, 2012 Football
In the final game of coach Bill Curry's career, WR Albert Wilson finished the season with 947 receiving yards, the most for a receiver in a single season in program history.
Nov. 11, 1997 Women's Soccer
Kara Fitzgerald ended her incredible career as the all-time leader in goals (57), points (143) and game-winning goals (14).
Nov. 11, 2006 Men's Cross Country
Mark Steeds had his best finish at the NCAA South Regional, finishing 11th in the 10k with a time of 31.37.5.
Nov. 12, 1983 Men's Soccer
Panthers earned first conference championship, defeating Houston Baptist 1-0 in the TAAC Championship match.
Nov. 12, 1993 Volleyball
Bettina Schmidt had 12 block assists vs. Samford, the most by any player in a five-game set.
Nov. 12, 2011 Football
The first safety in program history occurred when Demazio Skelton blocked a West Alabama punt.
Nov. 13, 1991 Volleyball Sarah-Jane Mungo had 37 kills against James Madison, the most in a five-game set by a Panthers.
Nov. 15, 2012
Volleyball Eliza Zachary was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team.
Nov. 17, 2000 Men's Basketball Panthers crushed Georgia 91-79 in Athens to open the season, the start of a run to the NCAA tournament.
Nov. 18, 1998 Men's Basketball Played in front of one of the largest home crowds in school history, falling to coach John Thompson's Geogetown team 83-68 before 10,000+ at the Georgia Dome.
Nov. 18, 2010
Football Coach Bill Curry led the Panthers against his former team, Alabama, in the program's first game vs. an FBS opponent and first game on national television.
Nov. 19, 2001
Women's Cross Country
Jennifer Feenstra placed 44th at the NCAA Women's Cross Country Championship, which stood as the highest finish by a GSU participant until 2012.
Nov. 20, 1995
Men's Cross Country
Andrew Letherby and Julian Dwyer became the first student-athletes from Georgia State to compete in the NCAA Men's Cross Country Championship meet.
Nov. 21-22, 2005 Men's Golf
Joel Sjoholm shot a 64 at the Western Refining All-American tournament, tied for the lowest second-round individual score in program history.
Nov. 21, 1980 Women's Basketball Georgia State surprised Florida State with a 96-79 victory in a neutral site up the road at Georgia Tech.
Nov. 22, 2008 Women's Basketball Panthers squeezed past Clemson in an 82-75 upset win at Littlejohn Coliseum.
Nov. 22, 2003 Volleyball Molly Sapp left the program having played more games (495) than anyone.
Nov.  23, 2002 Volleyball Program recorded 2,035 kills, which is the most by any Panther team in program history.
Nov. 24, 2008
Women's Basketball
Danyiell McKeller won the CAA Player-of-the-Week Award, which she went on to win again later that season, making her one of just three Panthers to accomplish the feat.
Nov. 25, 1989
Men's Basketball
Panthers score 122 points against Fort Valley State, the most scored in a single game in program history.
Nov. 27, 2009
Women's Basketball
Against Murray State, Angelique Burtts became the third of just four players in program history to have a triple-double.
Nov. 29, 1979
Women's Basketball
Over on the Plains, the Panthers came away with a significant 79-62 road victory against Auburn. 
Nov. 29, 1998 Men's Basketball Anton Reese took a record 18 3-point attempts against Kansas State and made nine on the day.