Statement Season

Ron Hunter, the Georgia State men’s basketball coach, is ready for your worry. He is going to see you come into the Sports Arena, maybe not expecting much, watch you lounge back in your seat, and he is going to know what you are thinking. “Your NBA guy is gone. What are you going to…

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Golf Gone Global

Women’s Golf Coach Cathy Mant, a former LPGA Tour Pro and five-time conference coach of the year, led U.S. Juniors in World Golf Competition in Nagoya, Japan.


Culture Change

Six ambitious football players parachuted into the Georgia State football complex on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in January. That’s six trained-up ballers arriving to join the scuffling Panthers and help them finally get a big toe into the door of Division 1 football, instead of having that toe bloodied as the door slammed on…

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The first fantasy football league.

Fantasy Football’s First

Scott Frank (MBA ’94, J.D. ’94) is a founding member of the very first fantasy football league.

The Accidental Ironwoman

The Kona Ironman Triathlon attracts tens of thousands of hopeful participants every year. The grueling event is so popular a lottery system is required. Out of this lottery, only 100 are chosen. Gina Maddox was one of those selected for the 2014 race. There was just one thing — she wasn’t a triathlete yet. Gina…

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Game On!

Charlie Cobb is a man of vision. Well, of course he is a man of vision. Anybody who is 6-foot-6 is supposed to have vision better than most. He can stand in a back corner of a gymnasium and look over the crowd to see the game on the floor. He can look left from…

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Coach Hunter waving at the camera with a boy in Costa Rica

A Mission’s Statement

Head Basketball Coach Ron Hunter took his team on a goodwill trip to Costa Rica to distribute shoes with the charity Samaritan’s Feet. They returned changed men.


A Mission’s Statement

Can there be anything more humbling for a basketball player than making eye contact with the guy who just threw down on you with a ferocious dunk? Well, yes, said Curtis Washington. There is something more humbling than the mental thorns of a dunk.