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University of Mississippi historian David
has noted that "Blind Jim [Ivy] may have been the model for Colonel Rebel," citing the late Frank Everett, Jr., a Mississippi historian and prominent alumnus (B.A. '32, LLB '34) of the university.
Coach of the Year: Ron Hunter and Phyllis Arthur (2016), Mike
and Phyllis Arthur (2015), Jack Bauerle and Fredi Gonzalez (2014), Keith Maloof and Mark Richt (2013), Mark Richt and Marynell Meadors(2012).
Jenkins played high school baseball at Cherokee High School in Georgia. Jenkins attended Kennesaw State University, where he played college baseball for the Owls under head coach Mike
. As a junior, Jenkins was named the A-Sun Pitcher of the Year after going 8–1 with a 2.54 ERA, along with a 9.6 K/9, and a 1.03 WHIP.
On August 18, troops of the 15th Army captured the Sun'u Fortified District and Sun’u City and took 20,000 Japanese officers and soldiers prisoner. On August 19, Soviet ground troops and Amur Flotilla sailors captured
. On August 20, in Harbin, after combat action captured by Soviet paratroopers, the first and second Amur Flotilla Brigades accepted the capitulation of Japan's Sungari Flotilla only.
Dental Clinic provides routine and emergency dental care for people living with HIV and AIDS. This includes oral examination, treatment planning, oral surgery, root canal treatment, periodontal therapy, restorative dentistry, removable prosthodontics, treatment of infection and preventative oral health care.
With the advent of life-prolonging antiretroviral drug therapies, people with HIV were living longer. Pervasive fear of infection remained, but people now needed long-term care and services. Fear and discrimination caused some physicians, especially dentists, to refuse medical and dental treatment to people living with HIV. In response, in 1992 ASA founded the Jack
Dental Clinic, which still provides quality, affordable dental care.
is an American college baseball coach, currently serving as head coach of the Kennesaw State Owls baseball team. He was named to that position prior to the 1992 season, when Kennesaw State was an NAIA team. He led the Owls as they joined the NCAA's Division II in 1994, and in 2005 began the process to elevate the program to Division I, completed for the 2010 season.
Kennesaw State's baseball team began play in 1984 as an NAIA program. Jim Nash was the team's first head coach, and led them to a 30-20 record. In 1985, the Owls hired John Barrett to act as head coach. In his only year, he took the team all the way to the NCAA District 25 Tournament with a 31-24 record. The following year, the Owls again hired a new coach, this time tabbing Chip Reese to lead the way. Coach Reese was with the Owls for 5 season (1986-1990). During his tenure with the Owls, they competed in the NCAA District 25 Tournament four times, and carried an overall record of 145-126-2. Steve Givens was the next Owls head coach in 1991, and in his only season the team went 35-25 and made yet another appearance in the NAIA District 25 Tournament. Starting in 1992, the Owls gained some head coaching stability with the hiring of Mike
. The Owls experienced an immediate improvement when
was hired, and finished the 1992 season with a record of 39-19, and an appearance in the NAIA Tournament. The first major success for the program came in 1994, when the Owls completed the regular season with a then school-high record of 48 wins. They then proceeded to go undefeated throughout the entire postseason (12-0), beating Southeastern Oklahoma State University in the NAIA World Series final.
LHH was founded over 20 years ago by two Washington lawyers: Richard Frank, Founder and Senior Principal of OFW Law and Alan Raul, Partner at Sidley Austin LLP. When John W.
published a 1990 cover article in the Washingtonian (magazine) entitled "First, Kill All the Lawyers," Frank decided to take action to improve the public image of lawyers by creating LHH. Frank recruited Raul, then General Counsel to the United States Department of Agriculture, to assist him in the endeavor. As a longtime runner whose father was afflicted with heart disease, Frank saw the race as "a double good" – to raise money for the AHA and "show that the Washington legal community has some heart." In 1994, First National Bank of Maryland recognized Frank with the "Exceeding the Expected" award, given to one volunteer each year in the legal community who best exhibits “the willingness to give something back, to do more, to go beyond the expected.”
played at Gordon College and West Georgia, being named all-conference all four years, and team MVP honors three times. He began his coaching career with the Wolves in 1985. He served two seasons as an assistant, then two seasons at Southern Poly before his first head coaching position at Shorter. In his final year with the Hawks, he led the team to the 1991 conference title; he was named the conference coach of the year in both 1990 and 1991. He then moved to Kennesaw State. In his time with the Owls, he led Kennesaw State to the 1994 NAIA World Series title in their final season in the NAIA. The Owls then claimed the 1996 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship and a pair of national runner-up finishes in 1998 and 1999. Nine of his teams have won 40 or more games, including six in a row and 61 in 1998, a national record. Baseball America named Kennesaw State the "Best Division II program of the 1990s."
The Owls participate in Division I of the NCAA and the Atlantic Sun Conference. Athletics began in the 1981-82 academic year, with KSU joining both the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GIAC). James "Spec" Landrum was named the school's first Athletic Director, after football coaching stints at both Georgia and Georgia Tech. Success in initiating a new program, particularly in men's golf and women's basketball, highlighted Landrum's tenure. After Division I's Gulf Star Conference dissolved in 1987, Commissioner Dave Waples replaced the retiring Landrum that fall. The school won its initial National title in 1994, as coach Mike Sansing's baseball team won the NAIA championship. In the fall of 1994, KSU officially joined the NCAA, Division II, Peach Belt Conference. The Owls dominated the loop for the next 11-years, including DII National crowns in softball (1995 and 1996, coach Scott Whitlock), baseball (1996, coach
), women's soccer (2003, coach Rob King) and men's basketball (2004, coach Tony Ingle). Kennesaw State is one of two division II schools to win a national championship in four different team sports, [Grand Valley State University] being the other. KSU also won several other regional and divisional championships. Both men's and women's cross-country coach Stan Sims and women's basketball coach Colby Tilley made numerous appearance in NCAA, DII, National competition.
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