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.

UNG comeback falls short versus USC Aiken

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Jake Arnold

AIKEN, S.C. – Trailing by three headed into the final frame, the No. 20 University of North Georgia baseball team pushed two runs across in the ninth and had the tying run 90 feet away before USC Aiken escaped with a 7-6 win Sunday night at Roberto Hernandez Stadium.

The Nighthawks struck first in the third, scoring on a Pacer error, but USCA answered immediately with three runs in the bottom of the frame. North Georgia responded in the top of the fourth with RBI singles from Crews Taylor and Tim Conway to tie the game up, 3-3.

The Pacers retook the lead in the bottom of the fourth on a RBI single and doubled their lead by scoring on a wild pitch in the sixth. Jake Arnold cut the lead to 5-4 in the eighth on a RBI double, but USC Aiken hit a RBI double of their own in the bottom of the inning, scoring two runs to get to a 7-4 lead going into the ninth.

UNG loaded up the bases with one out on three walks that led to a Brady Eeles sacrifice fly, followed by an Arnold RBI single to cut the lead to one. The Pacers got out of the jam, though, to secure the series win.

NOTES
– Arnold went 4-for-5 with two runs and two RBI. He was the only Nighthawk with a multi-hit game.
– North Georgia left 12 runners on base.

NEXT UP
UNG will host two midweek games this week, starting with a 2 p.m. first pitch Tuesday against Southern Wesleyan.

NGHS is new healthcare partner for UNG athletics

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LUMPKIN COUNTY, Ga. — Two of the largest organizations in the region are now working more closely together as University of North Georgia (UNG) announced today that Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) is the new Official Healthcare Partner of UNG Athletics. The agreement is one of the few in the nation for an NCAA Division II athletics program.

“This partnership reflects the strength of our athletic program and is indicative of our vision to grow the program in the years to come,” said Lindsay Reeves, athletic director at UNG. “We are excited to have the opportunity to work alongside NGHS whose commitment to community mirrors our own.”

In addition to the athletic partnership agreement, NGHS and UNG will collaborate on UNG health initiatives and Wellness Expos, as well as with Student Counseling and Health Services in Gainesville. Both organizations are also exploring ways that NGHS can support programs within UNG’s College of Health Sciences and Professions.

“We are honored to support UNG,” said Carol Burrell, president and CEO of NGHS. “Both of our organizations have deep roots in North Georgia and have grown tremendously over the past few years. Our shared commitment to the community makes this partnership a natural fit.”

As the Official Healthcare Partner of UNG Athletics, NGHS will be recognized during all events across UNG’s 13 sports, including men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, and softball. In addition, NGHS will serve as the title sponsor for the UNG Golden Nighthawks Gala and presenting sponsor for the Starlight Celebration and the Regional Education and Economic Development Summit, all of which are held annually.

 

 

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UNG sweeps twinbill, Kylee Smith tosses no-hitter

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Kylee Smith

DAHLONEGA – With an 8-0 win in the opener, the University of North Georgia softball team claimed the 1000th program win and followed it up with No. 1001 in a 4-0 win over Southern Wesleyan to complete the doubleheader sweep Thursday at Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium at Cottrell Park.
GAME ONE
Kylee Smith tossed a no-hitter, striking out 12 along the way as North Georgia cruised to the five-inning win. Margaret Simmons got things started with a double down the line in left in the second to plate the go-ahead run. Simmons then scored from second on a Cheyanne Mosteller sacrifice bunt to put UNG up, 2-0.
The Nighthawks scored four more in the third, starting by walking in a run and scoring on a fielder’s choice. After adding a run on a passed ball, Mosteller doubled to score the fourth run of the frame. The top of the lineup got into the scoring column in the fourth on a Kaylyn Anthony RBI double and a Jenna Goodrich RBI single to push the game to the eight-run margin.
Smith won her 100th game of her career, improving to 3-1 on the year. She only threw 65 pitches in the contest.
GAME TWO
The Nighthawks wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, pushing across a run in each of the first three innings. In the first, Shelby Hammontree doubled down the left field line to plate Mariah Wicker. In the second, Kaylee Womack earned a RBI single before Wicker homered to left center in the third.
North Georgia scored the final run of the game in the sixth inning on a passed ball. Southern Wesleyan got their first hit of the twinbill in the fifth inning and got two runners on before Laken Chambers got out of the jam.
Chambers earned her first win of the season, giving up just two hits while striking out two.

NOTES
– North Georgia started play in softball in 1997. The Nighthawks claimed 1000 wins in just over 23 seasons.

– Wicker and Simmons both went 2-for-4 with three runs scored on the day.

NEXT UP
North Georgia hosts the Cottrell Foundation Loyal Blue Classic this weekend with play starting tomorrow at noon. UNG plays for the first time in the tournament Saturday at noon against Gannon.

UNG rolls past Columbus State, 72-54

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Kara Groover

COLUMBUS, Ga. – The No. 15 University of North Georgia women’s basketball team jumped out to a quick 16-point lead on their way to a 72-54 win over Columbus State Wednesday evening.

After the Cougars scored the first basket of the game, UNG answered with an 18-0 run. CSU cut the lead down to as few as six in the latter stages of the first half, but North Georgia answered each time to keep the game at a three-possession game going to halftime.

The Nighthawks quickly stretched the lead back to double figures in the second half, pulling away to as many as 20 down the stretch.

NOTES

– Kara Groover notched a double-double with 15 points and 11 boards, while Julianne Sutton led the way with 19 points. Abbie Franklin contributed 13 points.

– The Nighthawks hit seven three-pointers, while Columbus State did not hit a shot outside of the arc.

– UNG had 22 points off 19 Cougar turnovers.

NEXT UP

The Nighthawks will battle Lander in a matchup of the league’s best two teams Saturday inside the Convocation Center. Tipoff is set for 1:30 p.m.

UNG women spoil UNC Pembroke upset bid, 66-62

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Julianne Sutton

DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Down 16 points with 7:33 to play, the No. 17 University of North Georgia women’s basketball team finished the game on a 28-8 run to defeat UNC Pembroke, 66-62, Saturday afternoon in the Convocation Center.

The Braves took advantage of a 25-10 second quarter where the Nighthawks went 1-for-9 from the floor and 0-for-4 from distance. UNCP was able to keep their lead in the third quarter and extended a 10-point lead after the third quarter to 16 with three straight buckets to start the final period.

The Nighthawks stormed back, using full court pressure to force multiple UNCP turnovers as UNG took its first lead of the second half with 59 seconds to play. North Georgia held on to the lead the rest of the way to clinch its 24th straight win inside the friendly confines of the Convocation Center.

NOTES

– Julianne Sutton notched a career-high 31 points on 11-of-18 shooting from the floor. She was the only Nighthawk to score in double figures.

– North Georgia had 21 offensive rebounds, turning them into 19 second chance points.

NEXT UP

The Nighthawks hit the road to Columbus State on Wednesday. Tip off is set for 5:30 p.m.

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UNC Pembroke races past Nighthawks, 81-65

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Bailey Minor

DAHLONEGA, Ga. — No. 23 UNC Pembroke shot over 60 percent from the floor in the first half as they were able to fend off the University of North Georgia men’s basketball team with an 81-65 win Saturday afternoon.

The Braves jumped out to a 24-10 lead early in the opening half, but the game never got too far away as the Nighthawks hung around the entirety of the 40 minutes, cutting the lead to as few as 11 multiple times in the middle of the second half. The Braves answered each time to keep UNG at bay and clinch the win.

NOTES

– Bailey Minor led North Georgia in the scoring column with 12 points, shooting a perfect 3-for-3 from behind the arc. KJ Jenkins added 10.

– The Nighthawks were 22-for-30 from the free throw line in the game.

– UNG forced 15 turnovers while only having 11 of their own.

NEXT UP

North Georgia travels south to take on Columbus State on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Nettles earns third straight Athlete of the Month

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Kimberlee Nettles

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – University of North Georgia junior Kimberlee Nettles earned the Southern Conference Smallbore Athlete of the Month Award for the month of January, the league office announced Tuesday morning.

Nettles led the No. 20 Nighthawks once again in smallbore during the month of January. The Waycross, Georgia, native opened the month by shooting a 577 on January 19 against No. 10 Alaska Fairbanks and Georgia Southern. Nettles led the team and finished third out of 16 competitors in smallbore. She improved on her previous score by shooting 578 at an eight-team event at Murray State on January 24 that included several ranked squads, headlined by No. 3 Kentucky. Nettles once again led the team and finished 19th overall in smallbore.

Nettles was the Smallbore Athlete of the Month in October and the Air Rifle Athlete of the Month in November.

The Nighthawks head back to the range on Saturday, February 8, in the Georgia State Championships against Georgia Southern and Georgia Military.

UNG closes out Gulf Shores tourney with twin wins

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GULF SHORES, Ala. – The No. 16 University of North Georgia softball team wrapped up the opening weekend of play with two wins at the Gulf Shores Invitational, defeating West Alabama, 8-3, before downing Mississippi College, 3-0, Sunday.

GAME ONE
West Alabama jumped out to a 2-0 lead, scoring on back-to-back RBI base hits in the third inning. UNG responded in the bottom half of the frame with seven runs, highlighted by a bases-clearing double from Hannah Forehand.

Two innings later, North Georgia added an eighth run on a Shelby Hammontree RBI single, scoring Kaylyn Anthony. UWA scratched a run across in the seventh on a RBI single with the bases loaded.

Anthony finished the game 3-for-4, while Mariah Wicker went 2-for-3 out of the two hole. Hammontree, Olivia Sinquefield and Cheyanne Mosteller each also had multi-hit games.

Abbie Crawford (1-0) earned the win in relief, throwing four innings of four hit softball, striking out five.

GAME TWO
The Nighthawks wasted no time getting on the scoreboard with a Jenna Goodrich two-run blast in the top half of the first inning, scoring Anthony who led off the inning with a single.

North Georgia loaded the bases in the fourth inning, but they were only able to get one run out of it off a Mosteller sacrifice fly that plated Janie Henderson.
Kylee Smith (2-0) pitched the complete game, striking out 14 batters along the way.

NEXT UP
North Georgia heads to Chattanooga, Tennessee, next weekend for another tournament, starting against Shorter on Friday at 11 a.m.

 

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UNG baseball sweeps Auburn Montgomery

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DAHLONEGA – The No. 20 University of North Georgia baseball team scored 16 unanswered runs as they finished off the season-opening sweep of Auburn Montgomery, 16-3, Sunday afternoon at Bob Stein Stadium at Cottrell Park.

The Warhawks got started quickly with a first inning three run homer by Corey Armstrong, but from that point, UNG started chipping away. The Nighthawks scored single runs in each of the first three innings before exploding with a seven run fourth, highlighted by back-to-back-to-back doubles to lead off the frame.

Leading 10-3, the Nighthawks didn’t take their foot off the gas, scoring again in the fifth off a Crews Taylor two-run shot to left center. UNG scored four more in the sixth inning, led by a Jake Howard two-RBI double to score the first two of the inning.

NOTES

– Howard finished the day 4-for-5 at the plate with three doubles, four RBI and two runs scored. Brady Eeles went 3-for-5 with three runs scored.
– This is the third year out of the last five that UNG has swept its season-opening opponent.
– UNG has scored double digit runs in three straight games for the first time since the 2017 season when North Georgia scored double digits against Emmanuel in the final two games of the series before a double-digit performance against Georgia Southwestern in the opening game of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.
– Parker Morrison (1-0) was the winning pitcher, striking out five across five innings.

NEXT UP

North Georgia opens PBC play against Claflin next weekend with a three-game set starting Friday at 4 p.m. in Dahlonega.

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UNG wins baseball season opener, 12-5

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Bill LeRoy

DAHLONEGA – A six-run second inning was ultimately the difference as the No. 20 University of North Georgia baseball team put up 12 runs in a season opening 12-5 win over Auburn Montgomery Friday night at Bob Stein Stadium at Cottrell Park.

The Nighthawks loaded the bases immediately in the bottom of the second inning and used a Crews Taylor walk, a Tim Conway RBI single, a Bill LeRoy RBI double and a Nik Levensteins RBI single to put up the six spot. AUM responded in the next frame, though, with four runs of their own, highlighted by a bases-clearing triple and a solo homer.

After two scoreless innings passed, William Mapes got things rolling again with a two-run bomb of his own over the left field fence to push the lead back up to 8-4. From there, North Georgia piled on the runs, scoring three in the seventh and another in the eighth. The Warhawks added an unearned run in the ninth to bring the game to its final.

NOTES
– LeRoy had the best night at the plate, going 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Mapes, Will Hardigree and Jake Arnold all also had multi-hit games.

– Dating back to last season, LeRoy is now on a nine-game hitting streak.

– Cade Heil (1-0) was tabbed with the win, going six strong and striking out five.

NEXT UP
North Georgia and AUM will battle again tomorrow at 3 p.m. The game time has been moved back two hours after the game Friday was moved back due to weather.

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