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The women’s tennis team displays their championship trophies after winning their second straight GCAA title, winning every match last weekend. Photo courtesy of Wade Marbaugh.
The women’s tennis team displays their championship trophies after winning their second straight GCAA title, winning every match last weekend. Photo courtesy of Wade Marbaugh.

By Kamille Penn

Jaguar Softball

The Jaguars brought their record to 22-17 at the end of this season. On March 30, they added a 2-0 win and 5-3 loss against Middle Georgia College to their record. The Jaguars won their double-header against South Georgia College 1-0 and 4-2 at the beginning of April. On Sophomore Day, April 5, the Jaguars once again won their double-header against East Georgia College 2-1 and 8-2. Georgia Military College fell victim the Jaguar’s winning streak on April 10, with the Jaguars bringing home 3-1 and 5-3 wins. Darton College broke the Jaguar’s winning streak on April 12, Jaguars losing 5-0 and 7-3. The Jaguars are set to play in GCAA Tournament in Locust Grove, GA April 24-26. Congratulations ladies on your amazing season!

Jaguar Baseball

The Jaguars have been on a winning streak, bringing their record to 35-8. On April 5, the Jaguars played a winning double-header against Andrew College, winning 3-2 and 11-1. Andrew College fell again to the Jaguars 10-0 on April 6. The Jaguars continued their winning streak, beating South Georgia College April 9, 10, and 12. The team brought home winning scores of 17-5 on April 9, 13-2 on April 11, and 5-2 and 10-0 April 12. Georgia Highlands was added to the list of victims in the winning streak on April 17, losing 11-1. Great job, Jaguars!

Jaguar Tennis

The Jaguars last games brought the Women’s team’s record to 7-2, and the Men’s team’s record to 6-3. Both the Men’s and Women’s teams fell to Georgia Gwinnett College on April 8. Both teams later played in the Region 17 GCAA Tournament against Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College April 11-12. The Men’s team fought but lost 6-3, while the Women’s team came home with the 2014 GCAA Champion title! The Men played Emory University on April 22, while the Women are set to play Georgia Gwinnett College May 1. Great season, Jaguars!

 

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