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News & Announcements

Drown Named New Women’s Basketball Head Coach

New Women's Basketball Head Coach Kip DrownKip Drown, a 27-year head coaching veteran, became the seventh head coach of the Georgia Southern Lady Eagles basketball team on Tuesday, March 31. During a press conference held at the Gene M. Bishop Field House, Athletics Director Tom Kleinlein announced Drown’s hiring, noting that he brings needed experience to the program.

Georgia Southern Wins Top Advocacy Team at International Mediation Tournament

Pictured are (L to R): Jonathan Quintyne, Dylan John, Dick Calkins ( with the International Academy of Dispute Resolution), Jessica Shanken and Tashai Gilman.Competing against graduate law students from around the world, Georgia Southern won first place in the advocacy category of the International Law School Mediation Tournament in Des Moines, Iowa, held March 18-21.

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Georgia Southern Stories

Meet Azell Francis (‘13)
Meet Azell Francis (‘13)

She is the first international student to serve as SGA president, the first female president since 2009 and she was recently selected for the Potts Student Advisory Council Leadership Award from among SGA presidents in Georgia. She is Azell Francis, a student at Georgia Southern and a leader with a bright future.

Where Are They Now: Tim Willis
Where Are They Now?

Though Tim Willis (‘94) lost his eyesight at age 10, he hasn’t let it hinder his courage or confidence. While at Georgia Southern, he was the first blind athlete to compete in NCAA Division I cross country, and has since become a medal-winning member of the U.S. Paralympic team, setting national and world records along the way.

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