Ralton named UNG head women’s soccer coach

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Kayley Ralton

LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga.  – After an extensive national search, University of North Georgia Director of Athletics Mary Rob Plunkett has announced the promotion of Kayley Ralton to Head Women’s Soccer Coach Monday afternoon.

Ralton served as the Interim Head Women’s Soccer Coach for the Spring 2021 season, going 7-3 and making the Peach Belt Tournament as the No. 2 seed after reaching as high as a No. 10 national ranking during the season.

“I feel a great sense of pride to be appointed as the new head coach of the women’s soccer program,” stated Ralton. “The University of North Georgia is such an incredible institution, and I am truly honored to be a part of a nationally recognized athletic department. I would like to thank Director of Athletics Mary Rob Plunkett for believing in me to lead the program. I would also like to thank Derek Suranie and the entire search committee, and I am excited to be taking this next step. I can’t wait to begin preparations for the fall season, and I look forward to continually growing the program.”

Ralton served for more than three years as the assistant coach at UNG prior to taking on the interim role for the past season. In that time, she helped lead the women’s soccer program to a PBC regular season title, a NCAA Second Round appearance and a 38-12-5 record. UNG never finished worse than fourth in the conference standings during her tenure as assistant coach.

“We are excited to officially name Kayley our new head women’s soccer coach,” said Plunkett. “Her values and vision for the program align with our university and athletic department, and she has a proven track record of success as both a player and a coach in both the Peach Belt and the Southeast Region. Her passion for using the game of soccer to educate and inspire student-athletes on and off the field is what we were looking for in this search, and I am excited to see where she takes the program moving forward.”

A former four-year standout at Armstrong State from 2006-09, Ralton earned her bachelor’s degree in history from ASU in 2010 while serving as a student assistant for the Pirates that season. She served as a graduate assistant in 2011 & 2012 while earning her master’s in sports medicine in 2013. She then served as a full-time assistant from 2013-16.

In her time on the Armstrong State staff, she helped mentor the Pirates to three consecutive Peach Belt Conference regular season titles (2010, 2011 and 2012) and two PBC tournament championships (2011 & 2012).

The Pirates were crowned Southeast region champions in 2011 and 2012 and reached the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2011.

Individually, she helped develop 12 All-Americans and 30 All-Conference selection including two PBC Players of the Year: Kristina Pascutti in 2011 and Morgan Mitchell in 2012.

Ralton was a member of the Scotland U19 and U17 national teams and captained the U17 in tournament victories against Wales, USA, Holland and Republic of Ireland. As a member of the Scotland U19 team, she represented Scotland in the first stage and secondstage European Championships.

Ralton currently holds an USSF National B License as well as her NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coaching Certification.

UNG tennis teams earn No. 3 seeds in Peach Belt Conference Tournaments

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4/18/2021 | Men’s Tennis
AUGUSTA, Ga. – The University of North Georgia tennis teams each earned the No. 3 seed in their respective Peach Belt Conference Tournaments that will begin the week of April 26.

North Georgia’s men will travel to No. 6 and second-seeded Lander for the semifinal round. The Nighthawks enter tournament play with a 10-3 record, 5-2 in conference play and are tied for 12th in the nation in the latest national poll. UNG will be looking to advance beyond the semifinal round for the first time in program history. In the other semifinal, top-seeded and No. 1 Columbus State will take on fourth-seeded Flagler.

The women will hit the road back to St. Augustine to battle No. 14 Flagler in the semifinal round. Tying the highest seed in program history, the Nighthawks advanced to the championship match in the last iteration of the tournament in 2019. The Nighthawks enter tournament play with an 11-3 record, 6-2 in conference play and are ranked No. 16 in the nation.

Match times and attendance policies will be announced later this week.

UNG Softball ranks No. 1 in national poll

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of North Georgia softball team has been named the No. 1 team in the nation by the NFCA Wednesday.

North Georgia captured 12 first place votes, rising one spot from last week’s poll. Texas A&M – Commerce took the remaining four first place votes and sit six points back of UNG in the poll. Augustana, Lincoln Memorial and Rollins round out the top five.

Upcoming opponents for the Nighthawks that are also in the poll include No. 15 Young Harris and No. 25 UAH, while Auburn Montgomery is receiving votes.

North Georgia will take the field on Monday, March 22, to open Peach Belt play at Flagler.

Nettles qualifies for NCAA National Championship in Air Rifle

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INDIANAPOLIS – For the first time in program history, a University of North Georgia rifle student-athlete will compete in the NCAA championships as Kimberlee Nettles earned an individual spot in the air rifle discipline, the national office announced Tuesday afternoon.

“I’m so proud to have Kimberlee qualify,” said head rifle coach Tori Kostecki. “It’s been a joy to watch her grow as an athlete over the last four years, and it’s wonderful that she can cap off her shooting career with our program’s first ever NCAA appearance!”

Nettles currently averages a Southern Conference best 586.25 in the discipline and is coming off tying her personal best of 593 in the NCAA qualifier last weekend. She is a three-time all-conference honoree, making the first team last season.

A total of 48 competitors will compete in the championships with 40 of them coming from the eight qualifying teams. The remaining individual competitors were selected based on the scores submitted from the designated qualifier.

The air rifle portion of the championship will be held Saturday, March 13, at Ohio State’s Converse Hall in Columbus, Ohio.

Nettles and the No. 17 Nighthawks will first compete for their third Southern Conference Championship March 6-7 in Lexington, Virginia.

UNG sweeps Southern Indiana in softball

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DAHLONEGA – A six-run sixth in game one was the turning point of the doubleheader as the No. 2 University of North Georgia softball team swept No. 16 Southern Indiana Saturday afternoon at Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium at Lynn Cottrell Park.
GAME ONE – UNG 8, USI 3
Rachel Martinez got things started for the Eagles with a solo homer to left in the top half of the first inning. North Georgia answered in the second inning on a two run double from Madison Simmons that put the Nighthawks up, 2-1. USI retook the lead with a two-run shot from Alissa Webb to left field to push Southern Indiana up, 3-2.
After three scoreless innings, the Nighthawks got back on the scoreboard in a big way with Simmons retaking the lead on a two run bomb to straight away center. After a Shelby Hammontree RBI single to left, Gracie Mixson hit a three run blast to left to bring the game to its final score.
Kylee Smith (3-0) earned the win, fanning 10 in a complete game effort.
GAME TWO – UNG 8, USI 1
The Nighthawk bats got hot early in the second half of the top 25 twinbill, scoring five in the second inning, all of which were unearned. Two UNG runs came across on the Eagle error before Olivia Sinquefield cleared the bases on a single to right field to make the score 5-0.
Webb pushed the lone Eagle run across in the third on a single up the middle before North Georgia scored the final three in the sixth, two on a Madison Henry single through the left side.
NOTES
– Hammontree and Mixson each finished the day 3-for-7, while Margaret Simmons went 3-for-6.
– The Eagles struck out 18 times in the twinbill while UNG struck out just four times in 14 innings.
NEXT UP
The Nighthawks will take on Wingate tomorrow in a doubleheader starting at 11 a.m. at The Hill.

UNG will host 2021 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball South Regional

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INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA Division II Championships Committee has chosen predetermined regional sites for the 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships with the University of North Georgia’s Convocation Center selected as the site for next month’s women’s South region championship.

Regional quarterfinal games will begin Friday, March 12, followed by the semifinals Saturday, March 13, and the regional championship Monday, March 15. Winners will advance to the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Elite Eight in Columbus, Ohio, on March 23-26.

Due to the health and safety protocols surrounding the pandemic, it is necessary to conduct all NCAA championship competition at predetermined sites. The committee believes the sites and hosts chosen will provide an exceptional and safe experience for all participants.

Last week, the Management Council and Presidents Council approved adjusting regional alignments for the 2021 Division II men’s and women’s basketball championships to better balance the number of active teams in each regional while trying to maintain geographic proximity for the schools in the regional. Prior to the approval, three regionals had 15 or fewer active teams, while three others had 36 or more active teams. The one-year regionals keep seven of the eight regionals between 27-33 active teams.

For this season only, UNG and the Peach Belt Conference are competing as members of the South region along with the Gulf South Conference and select schools from the Sunshine State Conference.

“On behalf of Division II women’s basketball, we are excited for the upcoming championship and thankful to the hosts of this year’s predetermined sites,” said Lori Hopkins, chair of the Division II Women’s Basketball Committee and deputy athletics director at Northwest Missouri State. “Though we are doing things a little different this year, I have no doubt the quality and excellence of the championship will remain the same for all the participants. A great student-athlete experience is one of our highest priorities, and making sure it is safe and secure for all will go a long way in making this year’s championship memorable for all involved.”

Participating teams will be announced Sunday, March 7. The women’s basketball selection show will be broadcast on ncaa.com at 10 p.m. Eastern time followed by the men’s basketball selection show at 10:30 p.m. Eastern time.

Weather impacts school schedules today

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LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga. — Lumpkin County Schools will have a two hour delay today and the University of North Georgia campuses in Dahlonega and Blue Ridge campuses will be closed as a winter storm watch will remain in effect until 7 p.m. today.

Dahlonega man faces multiple drug charges

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LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga. — Jacob Waltzer,27, of Dahlonega faces multiple drug charges as well as well as theft by taking, fleeing, attempting to elude officers, and escape after he led Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a chase through city streets and the University of North Georgia campus on Nov. 23.

According to the incident report, Deputy Corey Bailey spotted a black pickup truck with no license plate on North Grove Street and attempted a traffic stop. The driver refused to stop and eventually turned into the UNG campus at a high rate of speed.

The deputy said he observed pedestrians on both sidewalks running to get out of the way. The chase led back onto Morrison Moore Parkway then onto Auraria Road where the driver struck an embankment and came to a stop.

Waltzer was taken into custody but while deputies were searching the vehicle, he disappeared. A UNG reported seeing him on Morrison Moore and he was taken into custody a second time and transported to the Lumpkin County Detention Center.

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Sheriff issues warning to party-goers

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LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga. — Lumpkin County Sheriff Stacy Jarrard issued a firm warning Thursday (Aug. 20) via the sheriff’s facebook page that future party-goers could face state charges.

That warning comes in the wake of a party near the University of North Georgia campus last week that went viral on social media and appeared to violate Governor Brian Kemp’s executive order that prohibits gatherings of more than 50 people without proper social distancing amid the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis.

“We have health concerns, Jarrard said. “The University of North Georgia wants to stay open and I want them to be able to stay open.”

Jarrard said there was some initial concern about what local law enforcement could enforce the governor’s order.

“We were trying to go under the public health order, but it doesn’t look like that will work so we will have to go under state laws. We have strategized all week about what we’re going to do if this happens again.  I would encourage the students to be mindful of that and just know that they could face some charges if this happens again, which would be on the state level.”

Dahlonega City Marshal Chief Jeff Branyon, who appeared with Jarrard on the facebook video, encouraged party goers to “get on the Internet and look at the CDC guidelines, look at the governor’s order and try to comply with those guidelines…we want to keep everyone safe and healthy til this pandemic is over.”

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Dahlonega City Council meeting Monday

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DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Utility billing late fees and disconnection of services will be an important topic for discussion when the Dahlonega City Council meets in and combined work session and called meeting Monday (April 20) at 4 p.m. at City Hall.

Financial Director Melody Marlow reports that calls and emails have increased from customers requesting extension of due dates for paying utility bills because of inability to pay related to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Council will review requirements of the Water and Sewer Rates Ordinance and determine if action is warranted to temporarily suspend late fees and disconnection of service. In the past, a penalty of 10% or a minimum amount of $2 was added each month to any delinquent utility bill that has not been paid by the tenth of each month. Any utility bill delinquent on the 20th of the month has, in the past, resulted in service being discontinued, and a service charge of $75. added to the bill.

Since Council’s adoption of the emergency declaration in March, there have been no service disconnections or penalty charges for non-payment of utility bills.

On average, the city collects $7,800 a month in utility penalties and fees each month. The 10 percent penalty charged on the 10th of the month averages $3,800. The $75 fee charged on the 20th of the month averages $4,000.

Council may temporarily suspend the requirements to charge penalties and disconnect services for non-payment. Any grace period would apply to all residential and commercial customers.

Staff recommends a temporary two-month suspension suspend charging late fees or disconnecting service because of inability to pay utility bills for two months starting in April.

Council also will review a request for approval by the University of North Georgia to install an exterior sign on property owned by the City of Dahlonega at Barlow Road. If approved, UNG will bear all capital and maintenance costs for the new sign and the sign will be up lighted from an external source.

Due to recommendations by the CDC during the Coronavirus crisis, this meeting will be conducted via teleconference. To join the meeting, go to https://dahlonega.gov/category/news/

 

 

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Smith Named NFCA National Pitcher of the Week

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Kylee Smith

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — University of North Georgia senior softball player Kylee Smith was named the NFCA National Pitcher of the Week Wednesday afternoon, the association announced.

Smith, who is capturing her fourth NFCA weekly honor, was dominant in No. 9 North Georgia’s trip to Florida. The senior righty posted a 3-0 mark with three one-hit shutouts and 45 strikeouts in 23 innings of work against Sunshine State Conference opponents. Against Nova Southeastern, she fanned a season-high 16 with one walk. Prior to that, Smith sat down 15 Barry Buccaneers without issuing a free pass. Her third shutout came in the trip’s finale at Palm Beach Atlantic in which Smith struck out 10 and did not walk a batter. For the week, the 17-time Peach Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week posted a 0.00 ERA and held her opposition to a .054 batting average.

The Nighthawks will be back in action Saturday against No. 7 Lincoln Memorial at 1 p.m.

Arnold first-inning grand slam ignites UNG offense

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Crews Taylor

FLORENCE, S.C. – Jumping out to a 7-0 lead, the University of North Georgia baseball team hit four long balls, including two by Crews Taylor, to beat Francis Marion, 12-5, Saturday afternoon.

The Nighthawks wasted no time getting on the scoreboard with a grand slam from Jake Arnold in the top half of the first. Taylor came around again in the second inning to hit a solo homer on the first pitch he saw to give UNG a 5-0 lead.

Two batters later, it was Bill LeRoy hitting a bomb to left field on a full count pitch, plating Tim Conway in the process to push the lead up to 7-0.

FMU scratched a run across in the fifth, but North Georgia answered with Taylor’s second homer of the day in the eighth inning. After the Patriots found two in the eighth, the Nighthawks book ended the game with another four-run inning, walking in two and using a Jake Howard RBI single to plate the other two.

Francis Marion got two in the final frame of the game to get to the final score.

NOTES

– The 1-5 hitters for UNG went 10-for-20 with 10 runs scored, nine RBI and six walks.

– Steven Bower (3-1) got the win with 7.1 innings of work, fanning eight along the way.

– North Georgia has now won five straight series against FMU.

NEXT UP
The series finale will be Sunday at 1 p.m. as UNG goes for the sweep.

 

 

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UNG blanks Francis Marion in PBC season opener

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Cade Heil

FLORENCE, S.C. – Crews Taylor homered in the sixth, opening up the offense as the University of North Georgia baseball team shut out Francis Marion Friday evening, 6-0, in the Peach Belt Conference series opener.

After Taylor hit his solo shot, UNG was able to double the lead off a Patriot error in the seventh before putting up a four-spot in the ninth.

The Nighthawks loaded up the bases with one out, setting the stage for Jake Arnold to clear the bases on a double to left center, pushing the lead to 5-0. Two batters later, Jake Howard singled through the left side of the Patriot defense to bring the game to its final score.

NOTES

– Cade Heil (3-0) earned the win, giving up just two hits and two walks across 7.2 innings of work. He fanned eight batters along the way.

– Bill LeRoy had the only multi-hit game, going 2-for-4 at the plate.
– Taylor has reached base in 14 straight games, dating back to last season.

NEXT UP
The two teams will meet again tomorrow with first pitch slated for 2 p.m.

 

 

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Nighthawks split twinbill with Nova Southeastern

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 Kylee Smith

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Kylee Smith threw another one-hitter, fanning 16 batters along the way, as the No. 12 University of North Georgia softball team split a Friday night doubleheader with Nova Southeastern. Along the way, Smith struck out her 1,000th career batter.

GAME ONE – UNG 2, NSU 0

Smith struck out the first five batters she faced as both pitchers fooled batters through the first three innings. North Georgia finally got on the scoreboard in the fourth, taking advantage of a Shark error to take the 1-0 lead.

UNG doubled its lead in the next inning, using another Nova Southeastern error to push the lead to 2-0. That proved to be enough for the Nighthawks as Smith fanned six of the last nine outs to improve to 7-1.

GAME TWO – NSU 2, UNG 1

North Georgia got on the board early in the nightcap off a Kaylee Womack single that scored Mariah Wicker. The Sharks answered in the third inning, scoring on a squeeze bunt to tie the game up, 1-1.

Nova Southeastern scored the game winner in the sixth inning on an infield single. The Nighthawks were shut down in the batter’s box in the final innings, failing to find a base runner in the final three innings.

NOTES
– Smith gave up just one hit and one walk along the way.
– Womack was 2-for-6 in the twinbill.

NEXT UP
UNG will battle against Palm Beach Atlantic on Sunday with first pitch of the doubleheader at noon.

 

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Sutton named to Academic All-District team

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Julianne Sutton

DAHLONEGA – University of North Georgia women’s basketball player Julianne Sutton was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 3 Team Thursday, as announced by the association.

Sutton becomes the third women’s basketball player all-time to be named to the All-District team, joining Stephanie Huffman and Deana Blankinship. The junior from Flowery Branch, Georgia, currently leads the Peach Belt in scoring at 18.6 points per game and is third in field goal percentage. She sports a 3.38 GPA while majoring in Kinesiology, Health & Fitness.

Sutton is the only Peach Belt member on the All-District team, joining Carson-Newman’s Kayla Marosites, Anderson’s Alexy Mollenhauer and Belmont Abbey’s Allie Downing and Maria Kuhlman on the team.

First-team Academic All-District honorees advance to the CoSIDA Academic All-America® ballot. First-, second- and third-team (if applicable) Academic All-America honorees will be announced between March 10.

The CoSIDA Academic All-District® teams include the student-athletes listed on the links above, and are divided into geographic districts across the United States and Canada.

The Division II and III CoSIDA Academic All-America® programs are partially financially supported by the NCAA Division II and III national governance structures to assist CoSIDA with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the 2019-20 Divisions II and III Academic All-America® programs. The NAIA CoSIDA Academic All-America® program is partially financially supported through the NAIA national office.

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UNG wins Sunday double header in softball classic

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Madison Simmons

DAHLONEGA, Ga. — The No. 16 University of North Georgia softball team finished off the Cottrell Foundation Loyal Blue Classic with a sweep of Gannon and No. 8 West Chester Sunday afternoon at Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium at Cottrell Park.

GAME ONE – UNG 10, GU 1
The Nighthawks started the scoring in the third inning, using RBI singles from Kaylyn Anthony and Shelby Hammontree to take a 3-0 lead. In the fourth, UNG kept the hot bats going, plating five in the frame. Madison Simmons had a RBI double that scored two before Anthony hit a bomb to push the lead to 8-0.
Gannon was able to scratch a run across in the fifth to avoid the run-rule, but North Georgia scored again in the seventh on a Madison Henry two-run homer that took the game to its final score.
Riley Patton (2-0) got the win, going four innings and striking out six.

GAME TWO – UNG 9, WCU 1 (6 inn.)
North Georgia wasted no time putting the No. 8 team in the nation away, scoring six in the opening inning. Kaylee Womack pushed the first run across on a RBI single. After loading the bases, Olivia Sinquefield drew a walk to double the lead before Cheyanne Mosteller hit a sacrifice fly to push the lead up to 3-0.
The Nighthawks then doubled the lead again on a Simmons single that was coupled with a Golden Ram error, making the score 6-0. UNG scored two more in the second inning on a Jenna Goodrich RBI double. West Chester got on the board in the next frame on a RBI triple to get to a 8-1 scoreline.
North Georgia was able to walk the game off in the sixth due to the run rule on a Sinquefield RBI single that scored Lexi Duncan.
Kylee Smith (4-1) earned the win, tossing four innings and striking out six.

NOTES
– In the first game of the day, No. 21 Southern Indiana beat West Chester, 5-2, in eight innings.
– Simmons went 4-for-6 on the day with four RBI and a run scored.

NEXT UP
North Georgia travels to Barry on Thursday, starting a six-game Florida road swing.

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