Georgia Southern Eagles

21-11 (17-12-1 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 82.6 13th
Rebounds Per Game 36.2 132nd
Assists Per Game 12.2 255th
Points Allowed 75.4 275th
2018-19 Sun Belt Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Georgia State 13-5 24-10
UT Arlington 12-6 17-16
Texas State 12-6 24-10
Georgia Southern 12-6 21-12
Louisiana 10-8 19-13
UL Monroe 9-9 19-16
Coastal Carolina 9-9 17-17
South Alabama 8-10 17-17
Arkansas State 7-11 13-19
Appalachian State 6-12 11-21
Little Rock 5-13 10-21
Troy 5-13 12-18
Injuries
  • There are no injuries listed at this time.

Georgia Southern Eagles News

  • ESPN.com: Warriors rule Durant (calf) out for Game 3 and 4

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State Warriors star forward Kevin Durant will miss Games 3 and 4 of Western Conference final series against the Portland Trail Blazers, coach Steve Kerr told ESPN's Doris Burke, in addition to tonight's Game 2.

    Durant, who injured his calf in the third quarter of the Warriors' Game 5 win over the Houston Rockets in the conference semifinals series, missed Game 6 of that series and Game 1 against the Trail Blazers, both wins for the Warriors.

    Durant was at the Warriors practice facility on Wednesday getting some rehab work in, but he has not done any on-court work to this point and is still walking with a little bit of a limp.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: Hannah Farrell Earns Second-Team NFCA All-South Region Honors

    STATESBORO - Georgia Southern senior Hannah Farrell has been named the NFCA All-South Region second team third baseman, announced today by the organization.

    Farrell earns second-team honors after being named to the third team in 2018. She is just the third Georgia Southern softball player in school history to earn multiple NFCA All-Region honors, joining Breanna Streetman (2009-10) and Sarah Purvis (2012-14).

    The Jesup, Ga., native hit .401 with 14 doubles, five home runs and 31 RBI in 2019. She slugged .586 and drew 21 walks for a .473 on-base percentage. Farrell ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference in batting average and sixth in on-base percentage.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: This Week In GS Athletics: May 6-12

    The Week: April 29-May 5, 2019
    Who's In Action: Baseball, Softball

    Sport: Softball
    Wednesday, May 8 - Saturday, May 11
    Event: Sun Belt Conference Tournament
    Location: San Marcos, Texas. || Bobcat Softball Stadium
    Time: 11 AM (Wed) First Round Game

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    Tournament Website
    Video (ESPN+ - Game One)
    Live Stats
    GS Twitter

    Quickly: Georgia Southern opens up action in the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Tournament as the seventh seed on Wednesday morning, taking on sixth-seeded Coastal Carolina at 11 am .

  • Official Site of the Eagles: GS Softball Blasts Past Panthers, 10-1, To Claim Sun Belt Series And Tourney Berth

    STATESBORO - Georgia Southern scored nine runs in the fifth inning to blast past Georgia State and claim not only a Sun Belt Series win over the Panthers, but a berth in the upcoming 2019 Sun Belt Conference Tournament with a 10-1 win Friday night at Eagle Field.

    The Eagles (22-27, 8-17 SBC) will finish ahead of Georgia State (8-45, 5-21 SBC) and South Alabama in the standings after tomorrow's final day of league play. Georgia Southern will either be the seventh or eighth seed, depending on what happens in the final game of the Eagles' series with Georgia State, a doubleheader between ULM and Louisiana as well as South Alabama's final game with Troy.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: This Week In GS Athletics: April 29-May 5

    The Week: April 29-May 5, 2019
    Who's In Action: Baseball, Softball

    Event: The GUSPYs
    Wednesday, May 1
    Time: 7:00 PM

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    Video (True Blue TV)
    GS Twitter

    Quickly: Celebrate another year of Georgia Southern Athletics as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee sponsors The GUSPYs. For all of the awards and nominees, you can read the preview article here.




    Sport: Softball
    Thursday, May 2 - Saturday May 4
    Opponent: Georgia State | Southern vs.

  • The George-Anne: Georgia Southern men's basketball working to improve and prepare for next season

    After just falling short of being the Sun Belt regular season champions, the Georgia Southern men's basketball team is already putting in the work to prepare for next season and achieve their goals.

    The Eagles found much success in their 2018-19 season, finishing 21-12 overall and 12-6 in the conference. GS also saw two players receive All-Sun Belt honors last season, those being former senior guard Tookie Brown and rising redshirt-junior guard Quan Jackson.

    Brown is not an unfamiliar name to anyone who follows Eagle basketball as the former guard broke school records when it came to total collegiate points scored as well as collecting many honors such as being named Men's Basketball Sun Belt Player of the Year, All-American Honorable Mention and Georgia College Men's Player of the Year.

  • The George-Anne: Tookie Brown figuring out what's next in life after graduation from Georgia Southern

    Georgia Southern standout point guard Tookie Brown officially declared for the NBA draft on April 12 on his Twitter page with a highlight video captioned "#4 OUT!" Since then, the tweet has received hundreds of likes and he has received national recognition.

    Leaving GS with four first-team All-Sun Belt honors, an Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention, 2019 Men's Basketball Sun Belt Player of the Year, and as the all time leader in GS points and assists among other honors, Brown has definitely left his mark in Hanner Fieldhouse and the record books.

    Brown was recently invited to play in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament in Virginia, where he was one of 64 seniors chosen nationwide to showcase their talents in front of NBA team representatives.

  • The George-Anne: Tookie Brown invited to compete in Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

    Georgia Southern men's basketball guard Tookie Brown was invited to play in the 2019 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, announced Monday.

    The P.I.T. is an annual tournament where 64 of the top senior collegiate men's basketball players are selected to play in a 4-day tournament, performing in from of all NBA teams, coaches. The tournament consists of 12 games played from this Wednesday through Saturday.

    "It is a big honor to be invited to the Portsmouth invitational," Head Coach Mark Byington said. "It's the first step in Tookie's professional career and I know he will do great."

    Brown made milestones during his time of eligibility at GS, logging over 2,000 career points and 500 assists.

  • The George-Anne: Byington nullifies Elon head coaching rumors

    Georgia Southern men's basketball coach Mark Byington took to Twitter Thursday night to shut down rumors of him being a candidate for Elon University's head coaching vacancy.

    "Eagle Fans... with news spreading about other jobs, I just wanted to clear something up. I'm staying at Georgia Southern," Byington said in a tweet. "#UnfinishedBusiness"

    Elon fired their coach of 10 years Matt Matheny at the conclusion of the regular season.

    Rumors of Byington being a candidate for the CAA school were first reported by WJCL's Frank Sulkowski Thursday afternoon.

    "Multiple sources telling @WJCLNews that Georgia Southern Men's Basketball coach Mark Byington is a candidate for the @ElonMBasketball head coaching position," Sulkowski said in a tweet.

  • The George-Anne: Five Facts about Tookie Brown and his career at Georgia Southern

    Tookie Brown; a name that every student at Georgia Southern University has heard. The senior guard from Madison, Georgia has made his mark at GS as a star player on the Men's Basketball team and there's a few fun facts fans might want to know about the incredible athlete.

    2015 GHSAA Triple-A Player of the Year.

    Brown attended Morgan County High School and ended his senior year as a four-star recruit for ESPN. Brown scored over 3,000 points during his high school career and that helped him skyrocket into a collegiate career at GS. What people might not know is that Brown actually committed to play basketball at Mississippi State, but ended up calling GS home when he committed to play for the Eagles on May 14, 2015.

  • The George-Anne: Tookie Brown named All-American Honorable Mention

    Georgia Southern senior guard Tookie Brown was named All-American Honorable Mention by the Associated Press, announced Tuesday.

    Brown has racked up an enormous amount of awards this season as the impressive senior has been named Sun Belt Player of the Year, first-team All-Sun Belt, first-team National Association of Basketball Coaches all-district and the Georgia College Men's Player of the Year by the Atlanta Tipoff Club.

    Brown averaged 17.3 points on the season as well as collecting a total of 572 points on the 2018-19 season.

    The Eagles is also the first player for GS to earn first-team All-Sun Belt honors all four years as well as being the first Eagle named conference Player of the Year since 2006.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: Georgia Southern Names Anita Howard Head Women's Basketball Coach

    STATESBORO - Georgia Southern Director of Athletics Tom Kleinlein announced today the hiring of Anita Howard as the head women's basketball coach for the Eagles. Howard comes to Statesboro from Columbus State University, where she has served as head coach of the Cougars for the past three seasons.

    A press conference introducing Howard to the Georgia Southern University community will take place on Monday, April 1 at 11 a.m. in Bishop Field House at Paulson Stadium. The public is invited to the event as well.

    Howard becomes the eighth head coach in Georgia Southern women's basketball history and the first African American female head coach.

  • The George-Anne: Anita Howard named women's basketball new head coach

    The Georgia Southern women's basketball team named Anita Howard as the new head coach Wednesday morning.

    Howard, a 2003 Armstrong State University graduate, coached three seasons at Columbus State where she accumulated an overall 45-18 conference record, two NCAA Division II Championship titles, and an Elite Eight appearance.

    Before coaching at Columbus State, she coached at Livingstone College, a private HBCU in North Carolina, and Salem College, a small liberal arts women's college in North Carolina.

    She led huge program turnarounds at both schools. She led CSU to a 31-2 record and the Peach Belt title in her first season, and led Livingstone College to 23 wins, which is the longest winning streak in HBCU women's basketball history.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: Eagles Go 1-2 On Their Week Long String Of Matches

    STATESBORO, Ga- Men's Tennis ended their trip out West with a 1-2 record. The Eagles took on UT Arlington in Arlington, Texas Sunday for their third match of the week. The Blue and White fell to the Stallions, 7-0.

    After a week of traveling and matches, the Eagles had lost some momentum. When going up against the Stallions on Sunday, the Eagles were no match. The doubles point was given to UT Arlington early in the day, followed by the Eagles losing the match, 7-0 in Texas. Head Coach Sander Koning said "UT Arlington outplayed us on every court.

  • Official Site of the Eagles: Eagle Baseball Takes Series Win With 15-10 Win Over Little Rock

    STATESBORO - Georgia Southern got five runs in the eighth inning to break open a 10-10 deadlock and defeat Little Rock 15-10 and take the weekend series. Mason McWhorter went 3-for-6 to drive in five and lead the Eagles at the plate. Georgia Southern visits Mercer on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. on ESPN+ and the Georgia Southern Sports Network

    SCORING INNINGS
    TOP 1st | LR 1 - GS 0 | Little Rock got two hits in the top of the first inning, setting the table for a run to score on a failed double steal attempt in which the Eagles got an out at second and the opening run scored from third.

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