This is Santana. He is a 26 inches tall. Santana is a miniature therapy horse in Statesboro . He is True Blue and ready for some Georgia Southern football!
Georgia Southern alumni and sisters, Jaden and Shauna Payne, shared their True Blue spirit while swimming with sharks off the North Shore of Oahu in August.
Alumnus John Stevenson (’95) shows his True Blue colors at Tonto State Park “Natural Bridge” in Payson, Arizona. “GSU grads are even way out here in the desert,” he said.
Joseph Lumansoc (’08) and Amanda Ross (’13) ran from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Nashville, Tennessee (196 miles) during the Ragnar Relay Race 2014. ALWAYS TRUE BLUE.
Current students Kaitlyn Daniel and Adam Wolfes share their True Blue at the August 2014 Georgia Southern v. Georgia Tech game in Atlanta.
Alumnus Capt. Jeff Jennings (pictured left) (’07), carried a Georgia Southern flag during the climb to the summit of this mountain in Kandahar, Afghanistan, where he is serving in the United States Army’s First Cavalry Division in support of Operation Enduring Freedom XIV.
Alumna Haley Wade (’11) was recently named Teacher of the Year at West Central Elementary in Rome, Georgia. Haley keeps her Georgia Southern flag in her classroom and shares her True Blue spirit with her students!
Alumni Brett Layson is True Blue and ran 26.2 in the Marine Corps Marathon! He and his dad, Terry Layson, shared their True Blue spirit with others at the race. Hats off to Brett, who is also a legislative aide to Senator Johnny Isakson!