6. 6. TuBe TiMe The Lady Dogs appeared on the first-ever regular-season national broadcast of women’s hoops in 1991. An average of more than 16 games per season have aired on TV over the past six seasons.
1. DeGrees of success All told, Landers’ 54 four-year Lady Bulldog letterwinners have combined to earn 55 degrees from UGA, a graduation rate of 102 percent!
2. They Don’T Dance 2. They Don’T Dance wiThouT uGa Georgia has competed in 26 of 28 editions of March Madness, the second-most of any school in the nation. The Lady Bulldogs annually play deep into the bracket, reaching 17 Sweet Sixteens, 10 Elite Eights and 5 Final Fours.
9. The aTL Athens is the perfect centrally located college town. Though Athens thrives with it’s own identity, it’s only an hour away from Atlanta and all it has to offer. And many of Atlanta’s celebrities find their way to Athens, too.