The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia Tech swimming and diving head coach Courtney Shealy Hart for an exclusive interview February 7. Topics included the Yellow Jackets’ regular season to date, adjusting the training schedule of the athletes, handing the swim and dive time of a large roster of athletes during a regular season, seeing the team represented in the World Championships in December 2022, recruiting internationally and the team preparing for the ACC Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina starting February 14.
The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of the Georgia State men’s basketball team following the team’s 68-66 home defeat to Belmont November 27. Topics with head coach Jonas Hayes along with players Dwon Odom and Jamaine Mann included struggles defending Belmont’s outside shooting, the late game sequences when Georgia State had chances to tie the contest and how the team will build from the close contests so far in the non-conference portion of the season.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Syracuse men’s basketball player Joseph Girard III at the ACC Tipoff event in Charlotte, North Carolina October 12.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Syracuse men’s basketball player Jesse Edwards for an exclusive interview at the ACC Tipoff event in Charlotte, North Carolina October 12. Topics with the center included his participation at the 2022 FIBA Eurobasket tournament for the Dutch national team this past summer and expectations for this upcoming season for the Orange.
The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Jonas Hayes and player Ja’Heim Hudson following the team’s 59-57 home loss to Georgia Tech November 12. Topics included the loss, the Panthers’ inability to get a shot attempt on their final possession, the team’s defensive effort, Hudson scoring a career-high 23 points along with 11 rebounds for a double-double and more.
The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Georgia Tech men’s basketball head coach Josh Pastner alongside players Dallan Coleman (3) and Miles Kelly (13) following the team’s 59-57 road win against Georgia State November 12. Topics included the victory, the physical nature of the contest, Kelly’s game-winning shot, Coleman’s 13 free throw attempts and the in-town rivalry between the Atlanta-based programs.