Tag - Peach Belt Conference

Oliveira ranked No. 2 in Southeast Region by ITA

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released its final Division II men’s tennis regional rankings of the 2017 season and Augusta University sophomore Patrick Oliveira is ranked No. 2 in the NCAA Southeast Region. From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oliveira was ranked as high as No...

#AUGGRAD Keshun Sherrill: Beyond the titles

Video by Giovanna Torres Fabbri At this point in his life, Keshun Sherrill has almost too many titles to list. He’s the NCAA Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association Southeast Region Men’s Basketball Player-of-the-Year (that only counts as one). He’s also the Peach Belt Conference Player...

Band of Brothers to host PBC tournament opener

The road to the Peach Belt Conference title begins at Christenberry Fieldhouse, where the 22-6 Augusta Jaguars host the 17-9 Montevallo Falcons at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25. According to Athletic Director Clint Bryant, the Falcons are one of the toughest first round opponents the Jaguars have...

Peach Belt Conference to celebrate 25th Anniversary in 2015-16

Peach Belt Conference to celebrate 25th Anniversary in 2015-16

The Peach Belt Conference announced that the league will celebrate its 25th Anniversary season in 2015-16. The year-long celebration began on July 1, 2016, with the unveiling of the 25th Anniversary logo which will be the league’s official logo for the next year.  “This is going to be a year of...

Watch: One year after NCAA D2 military partnership

In 2014, Georgia Regents University made history alongside the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II,  the Peach Belt Conference and Fort Gordon by becoming part of a unique joint-venture focused on strengthening the Augusta community. To date, the project – designed to inspire...

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