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.
|Nov. 4, 1991
||Volleyball||Sarah-Jane Mungo won the first Player-of-the-Week Award in TAAC/A-Sun history.
|Nov. 5, 2012
||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
||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
||Panthers score 122 points against Fort Valley State, the most scored in a single game in program history.
|Nov. 27, 2009
||Against Murray State, Angelique Burtts became the third of just four players in program history to have a triple-double.|
|Nov. 29, 1979
||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.|