Kelcey Rogiers-Jensen was a star women’s basketball player at GSU from 2003 to 2007 and later played professionally in Sweden.
2010 Special Edition
Dave Cohen (B.A. ’94) has been calling GSU sports for nearly three decades.
Looking over a sheet cake decorated like a football field on her 17th birthday, Carolyn Curry had no idea that the sport would eventually become a way of life for her
Preston Stancil (B.A. ’03) was the starting center on the intramural football team and a charter member of “Lefty’s Loonies.”
For more than two decades, Bill (B.B.A. ’59) and Susan Reeves have been committed to elevating athletics at Georgia State.
Head Football Coach Bill Curry’s favorite inspirational “Words to Live By.”
On his first day on the job as offensive coordinator for Georgia State’s football team, John Bond rolled a chair into an empty conference room in the Citizen’s Trust Bank Building for the team’s first-ever coaches’ meeting.
Two helmets. One player. Seven coaches. When I arrived at Georgia State as your new Director of Athletics in March of 2009, we knew we needed to build a football program from the bottom up in just over a year. What a ride it’s been!!