Wednesday, April 22, 2009

A Great Weekend in Dawg Sports

It's hard to say the University of Georgia athletic program could have done better in one weekend than it did this past weekend.

Over the weekend, UGA teams accomplished the following:

-Gymdawgs won the national championship (5th in a row and 10th overall)

-Equestrian team won the national championship (2nd in a row)

-Diamond Dawgs won the series against Arkansas to retain the lead in SEC baseball

-No. 1 ranked Men's Golf team won the SEC Championship (1st since 2006, 27th overall)

-No. 4 ranked Men's Tennis team defeated Tennessee to claim the SEC Eastern Division title

No. 2 ranked Women's Tennis team won the SEC Championship (8th overall regular season title)

-Marta Silva Zamora won the Women's Golf Indiviual SEC Championship (8th overall for UGA)

-Georgia Track and Field managed 20 wins and 16 NCAA regional qualifying marks

I personally was able to see the Saturday baseball game against Arkansas and the men's tennis team beat Tennessee. Later, I found out the largest crowd of the season turned out for the tennis match. It doesn't get much better than that for a Saturday afternoon.

I want to give a shout out to my friends Keith and Annaka for inviting me to their friends tailgate that was hosted by Tom Stovall and had some great chefs, Gant and Chris. The food they cooked for it was unbelieveably good, came in monstrous amount, and rivaled any tailgate at a football game.

It's great to be a Georgia Bulldawg!


AUMaverick said...

Despite my Auburn affiliation, I am proud to say I had a part in UGA's win over the Hunchbacks of Arkansas. Since the team was staying in the same hotel, I proceeded to get as drunk as possible Friday night and stomp down the halls, hollering and yelling as loudly as possible while slamming my hotel room door at 3am.
BFR also unknowlingly contributed Saturday night by proceeding to snore as loudly as possible in his sleep. The man has a problem.

BulldawgJosh said...

Thank you for all of your help in throwing off the Arkansas team. Unfortunately, BFR's snoring didn't help us for Sunday's game.