Gordon State College currently participates in six intercollegiate sports – three for women and three for men. Women's sports include cross country, soccer, and fast-pitch softball while men compete in cross country, basketball, and baseball. Gordon State College also offers swimming as a club sport for women and men.
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3. 7. 2014 - Men's Basketball
Murray State University’s Jarvis Williams earned All-Ohio Valley Conference honors Tuesday in voting by the league's head coaches and sports information directors. Williams was named All-OVC Second Team and was also selected to the the All-OVC Newcomer Team. The standout from Wilkinson County (GA) High School tied the OVC single-season record with seven Newcomer of the Week awards as he proved to be one of the best front court players in the conference
3. 6. 2014 - Men's Basketball
Gordon State College gave it their best shot in Tuesday's first round of the GCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Forced to play on the road, the Highlanders gave #1 seed South Georgia Technical College all they wanted in the first half of the competition. Behind the hot hand of Reed Dungan, GSC took a 39 - 34 lead at the break. The second half turned into a very physical game but the Highlanders wouldn't back down as they increased their advantage during the next five minutes of play.
3. 6. 2014 - Baseball
This weekend's Gordon State - Darton State College baseball series has traded dates due to weather. The first game was scheduled to begin Friday but now will not start until Saturday. A doubleheader will still be played and the first pitch is set for 2 p.m. The final game of the series will conclude on Sunday with a nine inning contest beginning at 2 p.m. also. Go Gordon!
3. 5. 2014 - Baseball
It looked promising at the start as Gordon State College took a quick 3 - 0 lead against conference foe Darton State in Albany. However, the Tuesday evening contest went south in a hurry for the Highlanders after the first two innings. The Cavaliers added four runs in the bottom of the third for a 4 - 3 advantage. Darton State would seal the game with three runs each in the fourth, seventh, and eighth innings to blast GSC 13 - 3 in the first game of the series. The next three games will be played this weekend in Barnesville at the Athletic Complex on campus. Good Luck!
3. 4. 2014 - Men's Basketball
The Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association has announced their selections for the 2013-14 All-Region Men's Basketball Team. Three Highlanders earned the honor including Devonte Thornton, Denarious Lockhart, and Reed Dungan. Thornton made the Second Team while Lockhart and Dungan made Honorable Mention. Gordon State College was the only school with three selections among the three All-Region teams. In addition, newcomer Reed Dungan made the GCAA All-Freshman Team. Congratulations!
3. 4. 2014 - Baseball
Another Gordon State College baseball player has been recognized for his on-the-field accomplishments at the next level. Grant Massey was named the Baseball Player of the Week by the Atlantic Sun Conference on Monday. The former Highlander is now the shortstop for Division I Lipscomb University in Nashville.
3. 3. 2014 - Men's Basketball
It's March and that signals the start of post-season play for the Gordon State College men's basketball team. After one of the most competitive years in the GCAA, the Highlanders edged out Georgia Perimeter College (16 - 14) for the final playoff spot. By earning the #8 seed, GSC will travel to Americus on Tuesday and face the #1 seed South Georgia Technical College. To be successful and advance to the semi-finals, Gordon State must eliminate the turnovers. The Highlanders (18 - 12) have struggled in this category all year but will need a flawless game against the Jets to upset the top seed on their home court. Tip-off for the contest has been set at 7 p.m. on the campus of South Georgia Tech. Go Gordon!
3. 3. 2014 - Baseball
If Friday's game was any indication, Head Coach Travis McClanahan had to like his chances of winning the three-game series against Northwest Florida State College. In Game One, Gordon State College put four runs on the board in the first inning and never looked back as they won 7 - 1. Sophomore Tyler Hutch picked up three hits while Dylan Dore, Chase Johnson, and Jesus Monserrat each had two hits in the contest. Freshman Kane Keith earned his first win on the mound for the Highlanders.
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