The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia Tech volleyball head coach Michelle Collier for an exclusive interview March 31. Topics included the Yellow Jackets dropping its contest at Louisville and rebounding with a win against North Carolina State the previous weekend, using defense as a catalyst, finding continuity in the starting lineup, honoring seniors Dominique Washington, Grace Rigsbee and Cori Clifton and the team preparing to host Notre Dame for first place in the ACC April 1.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s tennis assistant coach/graduate assistant Bailey Showers for an exclusive interview March 31. Topics included the Panthers’ Sun Belt Conference wins against Georgia Southern and Presbyterian, the form of senior Andrei Duarte, offseason training for the team during the pandemic, Showers transitioning from player to assistant coach and the upcoming contest against South Alabama April 2.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s tennis player Andrei Duarte for an exclusive interview March 30. Topics with the senior included winning six matches in the Panthers’ victories over Coastal Carolina, Presbyterian and Georgia Southern the previous week, working with doubles’ partners Patrick Lazo and Roberts Grinvalds, success in singles’ competition, returning to Georgia State for a fifth year, finding a home in Atlanta and enjoyment playing golf.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State baseball head coach Brad Stromdahl for an exclusive interview March 25. Topics included the Panthers’ highly-competitive non-conference schedule, the hitting form of Josh Smith and Will Mize, helping players such as Eliel Merejo adjust hitting approaches, handling the pitching staff using a large amount of starters and the team preparing to face Kennesaw State March 26.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia Tech softball player Crosby Huckabay for an exclusive interview March 24. Topics with the senior outfielder from Chattanooga, Tennessee included returning for a fifth season with the program, serving as a mentor to younger players, improved hitting approach, playing under head coach Aileen Morales and the decision to attend Georgia Tech.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State beach volleyball head coach Beth Van Fleet for an exclusive interview March 24. Topics included the Panthers winning all five matches at the NOLA Classic in New Orleans the previous weekend, handling adverse weather conditions, Van Fleet winning her 150th career match, the form of freshman players Angel and Bella Ferary, and the team preparing for the Gamecock Grand Slam which will include rematches against Florida State and TCU as well as contests against Stetson and host South Carolina.