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Caio Pumputis Joins Brazil's Olympic Roster
Georgia Tech all-American men’s swimmer Caio Pumputis qualified for Brazil’s Olympic Roster for the Tokyo Olympics after he posted a time of 1:58.53 in the men’s 200 IM competition at the Brazilian Olympic Trials in Rio de Janeiro. The 2020 Summer Olympics are scheduled to be held on July 23rd through August 8th.Show More
Batur ÜNLÜ Breaks 200 Free School Record at NCAA's
Men’s swimming kicked off the 2021 NCAA Division I National Championships Wednesday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. True fr. swimmer Batur ÜNLÜ set a new 200 free school record in the 800 free relay, at 1:32.27, topping the previous mark of 1:32.40 which he also held.Show More
Men's Swimming & Diving
Ready For NCAA's
Georgia Tech men’s swimming & diving is prepped for the 2021 NCAA Division I National Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C., getting underway on Wednesday night and will run through Saturday in what will be the first D1 nationals in two years.Show More
Multiple Yellow Jackets Qualify for Men's Swimming & Diving Nationals
Four individual men’s swimmers, one men’s diver and all five men’s relay squads will represent GT at the 2021 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships. The meet will be 3/24-27, at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.Show More
Batur ÜNLÜ Wins 200 Free Championships at
Day Three of ACC's
True freshman Batur ÜNLÜ won the 200 free championship and 4 school records were set in total at the 3rd day of the 2021 ACC Men’s Swimming Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center on
Pumputis Captures 200 IM Gold at Day Two of ACC Championships
Senior Caio Pumputis clocked in at 1:41.76 in the 200 IM finals on Thursday night to capture Georgia Tech swimming’s first gold medal on day two of the 2021 ACC Men’s Championships at the
Greensboro Aquatic Center.
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Georgia Tech Day at Truist Park
Set for August 29
The Atlanta Braves will host their annual Georgia Tech Day at Truist Park on Sunday, Aug. 29, when the Braves play the San Francisco Giants at 1:20 p.m. The Braves are offering Tech fans four special ticket packages. Each comes with a game ticket and a Georgia Tech/Braves co-branded hat.Show More
Eight to Represent Georgia Tech at Tokyo Olympics
Georgia Tech athletics will be well-represented on the world’s stage with a total of eight Yellow Jackets participating in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan on July 23-Aug. 8. Six, including two incoming freshmen and two former student-athletes, qualified, plus 2 coaches.Show More
A return to glory: Georgia Tech wins the ACC title
Josh Pastner arrived in Greensboro having not won a game in any ACC tournament. He’ll leave having won the ACC tournament. Saw that coming, did you? The Yellow Jackets are ACC Champions for the first time in 28 years.Show More
ACC Unveils Georgia Tech 's 2021 Football Schedule
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Tech football’s full 2021 schedule Thursday. The Jackets’ 12-game slate includes 7 home dates, 5 road and 5 with teams that were nationally ranked to close the 2020 season, including three top-10 opponents.Show More
Golf Coach Bruce Heppler
Coach Heppler talks about Georgia Tech’s golfers accomplishing great things on the golf course throughout the year, highlighted by Tyler Strafaci and Andy Ogletree's big wins, and what’s to come in spring of 2021.Show More
Harvin Becomes 22nd Consensus All-American In Tech History
Punter Pressley Harvin III officially became the 22nd consensus All-American in GT history when he received 1st-team recognition on the Sporting News and American Football Writers Association all-America teams.Show More
Around The Net With Erin Moss
Each week, we’re getting to know our 2020-21 Georgia Tech Volleyball student-athletes. Up next, sophomore middle blocker, Erin Moss. Moss became a starter this fall, leading the team with a .481 hitting percentage and 22 total blocks.Show More
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ACC Announces Game Times, TV for 10/17
ACC game times and networks
for Oct. 17.
Clemson @ Georgia Tech, Noon, ABC or ACC Network – network designation after the games of
Pitt @ Miami, Noon, ABC or ACC Network – network designation after the games
of Oct. 10
Liberty @ Syracuse,
Louisville @ Notre Dame,
2:30 p.m., NBC
Mistake-prone GT humbled by Syracuse
Georgia Tech erased any advantages with 15 penalties, missed tackles and five turnovers, including a fourth-quarter interception returned for a game-clinching touchdown.
Geoff Collins Presser Syracuse Preview
“First 3 drives, got the ball inside the 10 yard line and came up with 7 pts. They scored 6 out of 7 times.
“Ball security is at a premium. You cannot give a team like that 5 extra possessions. “
Orange Head Coach Dino Babers Presser
“These guys are good. They went down and beat Florida State. We’ve only been able to do that once. They had a tough game against a very talented UCF team. That’s a football team that a lot of people don’t want to play.”
(1-1, 1-0 ACC)
@ Syracuse (0-2,
GT (1-1, 1-0 ACC) @ Syracuse (0-2, 0-2 ACC)
Sat., 9/26 · Noon,· Syracuse, N.Y. Carrier Dome
TV: FSS. PxP, Tom Werme. Analyst, James Bates. Sidelines, Lyndsay Rowley.
Radio: 680AM/93/7FM. PxP, Andy Demetra.
Sean Bedford. Sidelines,