Interesting choice awaits Tech swimmer Kosic

12:18 pm Feb. 25, 2015

It’s a choice that elite college swimmers often face at the end of their careers – keep swimming and try for the Olympics or get on with life.

For most, who perhaps aren’t sure of their post-graduate options, it’s not a difficult decision to chase Olympic glory. For Georgia Tech swimmer Andrew Kosic, there’s a little more gray.

“Andrew’s a very, very smart person, and he’s going to make a lot of

Tech hosting ACC swimming championships

11:05 pm Feb. 17, 2015

Georgia Tech diver Shannon Lumbra appreciates that the ACC swimming and diving championship will be held at Tech’s Aquatic Center for one particular reason. She doesn’t have to figure out which boards she’ll dive from in competition.

Diving boards may look and feel identical to the lay person, but not to an expert practitioner like Lumbra, who holds the school record on the one-meter board. At Tech’s diving well, she prefers

Johnson, Stroebel named to All-ACC academic team

2:14 pm Feb. 11, 2015

Georgia Tech placed two players on the All-ACC Academic football team for 2014, safety Isaiah Johnson and long snapper Tyler Stroebel.

They were among 65 players on the team. To be eligible, a player had to

Tech student hits half-court shot

11:05 am Feb. 2, 2015

Georgia Tech’s big winner Saturday was, much to the chagrin of Yellow Jackets fans, was not the Tech basketball fan.

It was instead student Caleb Espy, who hit a half-court shot during halftime to win Domino’s

3 takeaways from Tech-Miami

6:00 am Jan. 29, 2015

Thoughts and observations from Georgia Tech’s 70-50 win over No. 23 Miami Wednesday night in Coral Gables, Fla. story here.

1. It was the kind of play and response that coach Brian Gregory has been looking for since the beginning of January. Through the first seven ACC games, the calamitous loss to Virginia aside, the Yellow Jackets competed, but fell short in crucial junctures.

Double-digit leads melted. Crucial possessions were

Mason produces in Senior Bowl practices

8:20 pm Jan. 26, 2015

Former Georgia Tech All-American guard Shaquille Mason made an impression at the Senior Bowl this past week.

Mason, a late invitee to the pre-draft showcase, caught the attention of at least three NFL draft analysts. Among

3 takeaways from Tech-Boston College

12:58 am Jan. 26, 2015

Thoughts and observations from Georgia Tech’s 64-62 loss to Boston College Sunday. story here, myajc story here.

1. You may find this interesting, or perhaps not at all. I looked up the AJC

Looking at Tech’s 28-point game

12:44 pm Jan. 23, 2015

Georgia Tech’s 57-28 loss to No. 2 Virginia Thursday night was, among other things, something of a perfect storm. Virginia, one of the best defensive teams in the country, was at its best, or close

Joseph becomes Tech’s all-time winningest coach

9:39 pm Jan. 4, 2015

Georgia Tech women’s basketball coach MaChelle Joseph became the all-time winningest coach in team history Sunday with the Yellow Jackets’ 74-66 win over Clemson at McCamish Pavilion.

Joseph won her 224th game against 139 losses, passing

Johnson gets in dig at SEC

10:55 am Jan. 2, 2015

Even as he celebrated one of the great triumphs of his career, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson was ready to get in a dig at one of his favorite targets.
In a post-game interview with ESPN following the Yellow Jackets’ 49-34 Orange Bowl win over Mississippi State, Johnson poked fun at the SEC and what he considers media obsession with the conference.

He concluded the interview by saying, “And, at least for