2021 Fall Report: GeorgiaTop Stories
Tony Baldwin knows the size of the shoes he’s filling by taking over as Georgia’s head coach. He spent nine seasons alongside Lu Harris-Champer on the UGA staff and saw the impact she made on the program.
After the Dawgs were eliminated from the Women’s College World Series last spring, Harris-Champer announced her retirement. Her 21 years leading the program set a standard Baldwin aspires to maintain.
But as he presides over his first fall in his elevated role, Baldwin isn’t intimidated by the move to the larger office.