It was extremely chilly outside of the Rossville Athletic Center on Friday night, and it wasn't much better inside as far as Georgia Northwestern Bobcats and Lady Bobcats were concerned.
For the better part of three quarters on Saturday afternoon, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats much played even with the visiting Hiwassee Lady Tigers.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats, tied for sixth in the latest USCAA Division II national poll, punched their ticket to the championship game of the Tim Walthour Memorial Tournament at the Rossville Athletic Center on Friday night with a 67-51 victory over Trinity Baptist College of Florida.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats, tied for sixth in the latest USCAA Division II national poll, kept up their hot start to the 2017-18 season with a 68-39 victory over the Covenant College junior varsity team Tuesday night at the Rossville Athletic Center.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats and Lady Bobcats will host the third annual Tim Walthour Memorial Basketball Tournament this coming weekend at the Rossville Athletic Center (301 Williams Street).
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats led 32-25 at intermission on Tuesday night, but gave up 55 second-half points and dropped an 80-71 decision to the Covenant College junior varsity squad at Barnes Gymnasium atop Lookout Mountain.
A flurry of three-pointers by the Tennessee Wesleyan University JV squad late in the first half proved to be a big blow for the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats as they dropped a 95-67 decision on the road Tuesday afternoon in Athens.
After seeing a 13-point first-half lead evaporate and watching their top post player have to be helped off the floor late in the third quarter, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats turned to basketball's version of small ball against the Covenant College junior varsity squad Monday night.
The Bobcats and Lady Bobcats made a three-hour drive south on Friday night and returned back home with a split of two games against former region rival Southern Crescent Tech.
A big edge in rebounding and points off the bench were two big keys to victory on Tuesday night as the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats made it three wins in a row to start the 2017-18 season.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats shot five strokes higher than their 323 round on Monday and finished tied for 11th place overall in the 14-team Trojan Invitational, hosted by Central Alabama Community College.
Eighteen holes into the 2017 Central Alabama Community College Trojan Invitational in Montgomery, Ala. and the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats have quite a bit of ground to make up on most of the rest of the pack.
For a little more than a half, the young, freshman-dominated Georgia Northwestern Bobcats were standing to toe-to-toe with an older, more experienced and very athletic West Georgia Tech squad.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats traveled to Powell, Tenn. on Thursday and found the surroundings to their liking as they posted their highest score of the young season in a 95-84 victory over The Crown College.
A hot-shooting Florida National University squad dropped the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats to 1-2 on the season Saturday afternoon as they claimed a 100-70 victory on the second and final day of the Trinity Baptist College Classic in Jacksonville, Fla.
The date was Feb. 1, 2014 and the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats were still based out of the Floyd County campus in Rome when they picked up a 71-62 home victory over Johnson University.
With a roster featuring 10 of 11 players who were getting set to play their first-ever college basketball game, Georgia Northwestern head coach David Stephenson knew his young, freshmen-heavy team would need to grow up in a hurry once the season began.
After a 314 in harsh weather at Dogwood Hills Golf Course in Flatrock, Ala. on Sunday, the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats enjoyed much better weather in the second round of a 36-hole, two-day match against Northeast Alabama Community College on Monday.
Coming off their most successful season in over five years, the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats will be counting on an influx of new faces as they get set to tip off a new basketball season this week.
The 2017 volleyball season came to a close for the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats this past Friday night with a 25-17, 25-13, 25-12 loss on the road at Toccoa Falls College.
The Georgia Northwestern golf team braved 33-degree weather, bitterly cold winds and snow flurries at Dogwood Hills Golf Course in Flatrock, Ala. on Sunday in the first round of a three-team, 36-hole match against Northeast Alabama Community College and Marion Military College.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats saw their team score improve in all three rounds of the Chick-fil-A Invitational in Rome, Ga. as they ended the 54-hole event with an eighth-place finish in a 13-team field that included NCAA Division II and Division III schools.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats, fresh off a fourth-place finish in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) National Championships two weeks ago in Pennsylvania, finished up the first round of the Chick-fil-A Invitational in Rome, Ga. on Monday in a respectable ninth place.
Plenty of familiar names will be on tap for the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats' basketball team as the 2017-2018 schedule is being released today.
Down two sets to one in the last scheduled home match of the season early Saturday evening, Georgia Northwestern volleyball coach Amber Weaver challenged her team during the break to take things one point at a time.
At the request of Cleveland State Community College, Georgia Northwestern's volleyball match tonight (Thursday, Oct. 19) at Cleveland State has been pushed back an hour and will now begin at 7 p.m.
It took a little longer than expected, but that elusive first win of the 2017 season finally arrived for the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats this past Friday (Oct. 13) as they picked up a hard-fought 25-21, 25-23, 25-23 victory at The Crown College in Powell, Tenn.
With just nine holes to play in the final round of the 2017 United States Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Golf National Championship at Penn State University, Georgia Northwestern Technical College - who as recently as five months ago was still signing players to field a team after a y…
Once again, the Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats showed plenty of fight, determination and resolve on the court. But once again, Monday’s effort wasn’t enough to get that elusive first victory of the season.
The Georgia Northwestern Bobcats golf team made its debut in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) National Golf Championships on Monday and it was a successful first 18 holes for the Navy-and-Silver.
The 2017 USCAA National Golf Championships will begin this Monday in State College, Pa. and the Georgia Northwestern Bobcats had their final pre-tournament dress rehearsal on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at the LaFayette (Ga.) Golf Course.
Judson College from Marion, Alabama will come to Rossville on Nov. 14 and the Lady Bobcats will close out the month with road trips to face Southern Crescent Tech (Nov. 17) and the Covenant College JV squad (Nov. 20).
Nearly 450 cheer athletes of all different ages tumbled, danced and cheered on the mats at Chattooga High School on Monday night for the fifth annual Bobcat Cheer Extravaganza, presented and hosted by Georgia Northwestern.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats thrilled the crowd at the Rossville Athletic Center Thursday night with some incredible defensive efforts to keep rallies going.
Georgia Northwestern golf coach Eddie Jackson has announced that the Bobcats have added a 36-hole match against the Mustangs from Northeast Alabama Community College.
More than 400 recreation league, middle school, high school and all-star cheerleaders are scheduled to compete and perform at the 5th Annual Bobcat Cheer Extravaganza, presented by Georgia Northwestern, on Monday, Sept. 25.
The Georgia Northwestern golf team braved unseasonably harsh conditions to finish 10th overall at the 12-team Wallace State (Ala.) Invitational at the Cross Creek Golf Club in Cullman, Ala., held Sept. 10-12.
The Georgia Northwestern golf team saw its first action of the season Tuesday afternoon in Cleveland, Tenn. as they took on Cleveland State Community College in an 18-hole match at the Chatata Valley Golf Course.
The Georgia Northwestern Lady Bobcats, with just one returning player on the roster, opened the new season during the Rumble in Rossville Tournament over the weekend at the Rossville Athletic Center.
A new era in Georgia Northwestern volleyball will begin later this month as the Lady Bobcats take the floor for the first time under new head coach Amber Weaver.