Annie Jorgensen, 20, is a second year student at the University of Georgia. As a student of the 2018 graduating class, Annie is working towards a degree in Journalism with a minor in Communication Studies and a Sports Media Certificate. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she graduated from Homestead High School in 2014. At UGA, Annie is involved with her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, as the Pledge Class Liaison, a member of the Di Gamma Kappa Broadcast society, and a volunteer at Grady Newsource. Annie is currently Miss University of Georgia and travels northeastern Georgia speaking on her platform called Compassion in Action: Accepting Yourself and Others. She also serves as a goodwill ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals as Miss UGA. In her spare time, Annie enjoys listening to live music, running and watching the Food Network. Contact Annie via email with any questions, comments, or concerns at email@example.com.
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Georgia edges past Furman
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Crashing the boards hard
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Sun starting to shine
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