Athletics


Team U.G.A. Winners

Game 1 vs. Buffalo

The September 1 honorees are two UGA students who are key lead volunteers for Athens PBJs.  Athens PBJs uses food as a medium to build community and bridge friendships between the homeless and non-homeless in Athens. Originally founded in 2008, Athens PBJs prepares and delivers brown-bag meals to the homeless in Athens.  Athens PBJs uses food to build community between peoples of all backgrounds regardless of income, gender, race or age.   Joining us on the field today are lead volunteers who demonstrate an unselfish giving attitude to help make our community better . . . Paige Seymour, a senior from Dunwoody and Graham Williams.  Congratulations Athens PBJs and thank you for your Unselfish Giving Attitude!  To find out more about Athens PBJs, please log on to athenspbjs.com

Game 3 vs. Florida Atlantic

Game 4 vs. Vanderbilt

Game 5 vs. Georgia Southern

Game 6 vs. Georgia Tech

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^Above GT Game Video: Fugees Family, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit organization devoted to working with child survivors of war. They build upon the power of soccer to galvanize kids by giving them the support and structure they need to realize their vast potential. Five years ago, Coach Luma Mufleh started a Fugees team to provide refugee boys with free access to organized soccer. Since then, Their programming has grown to include year-round soccer for 86 boys and girls aged 10-18, after-school tutoring and soccer for 50 elementary-aged students, a private academy serving 36 students, and an academic enrichment summer camp.
 
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