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Finding Optimism with the New York Knicks

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media be Wes O'Dell. The New York Knicks are bad. Like, really bad. If you’re a Knicks fan like me, you might have given up on the thought of getting Carmelo Anthony an NBA Championship. But worry no more! Here is why that bouncing back for the 2015-2016 season could possibly happen!     It was hard to accept that Carmelo Anthony is done for the season. As fun (not) as ...

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Sports & Stuff Episode 2: Nick Bifano

By Jonathan Barker and Wes O'Dell. https://soundcloud.com/portstuff/episode-2-nick-bifano Today, I sat down with the closing pitcher for our GC Panther Baseball, Nick Bifano. Nick also plays music as the front man for his band Nick Bifano & The Innocents. We talked about the upcoming season, his musical influences, and adding new members? Listen to Episode 2 of Sports & Stuff! If you like what you h ...

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GC Men’s Tennis Falls Short in Indy

Written by Alex Dowley Media by, Ryan Dunn The Greenville Men’s tennis team traveled to Indianapolis to battle Franklin College Friday, March 6th at their home indoor tennis facility. The Panthers started out tough against a young rejuvenated Franklin team. After a tiebreaker loss at #1 Doubles, Greenville fell in doubles losing two out of three. Winning for the panthers were Code Power and Justin McDonald. ...

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Men’s Tennis Fights Hard in Double Header

Written by Alex Dowley. Media by Ryan Dunn. The Greenville College Men’s Tennis team participated in a double header on Saturday February 28th in Moline IL, against St. Ambrose University and Knox College. In Greenville’s first match the panthers took the court Vs. Saint Ambrose, the panthers fought hard winning only one out of three doubles. Winning for Greenville was the number one doubles team of Alex Do ...

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Panther Baseball Looks to Build on Success

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Wes O'Dell As the warm, spring weather quickly approaches (we are all praying), it is almost time to lock up the gym and break out the bats. The Greenville College Baseball team will be soon be taking its annual spring break trip to central Florida, where the team is looking for more than just some fun in the sun. The Panthers are coming off a second place finish in the S ...

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Sports & Stuff: Nick Trisko

Written by Jonathan Barker Media by Ryan Dunn He’s tall and he balls. Today, I sat down with GC Panther and former SLIAC Player of the week , Nick Trisko to talk about basketball, music, and life. Nick is a Hip-Hop producer and the intro and outro are his pieces of work. Check out more of his music on soundcloud! ...

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NHL Season Peek

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell Now that we are a few weeks passed the All-Star break, let’s take a look at how competition in the NHL is shaping up.  The Nashville Predators are first in the Central Division and hold the best record in the entire Western Conference at 39-13-7 (wins, losses, losses in OT) and scoring a league-high 85 points. My fellow St. Louis Blues fans are pleased to see ...

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Men and Women Track Excels at Nationals

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Ryan Dunn. Both the Men and Women’s Panther Track Teams traveled to Cedarville, Illinois to compete at Nationals this weekend. The men placed 6th overall. Bruce Gray broke the school record in the 55m dash with a time of 6.39. He also won the 200m and was part of the 4x200 relay that placed 4th. As a result of his successes, Gray was named the NCCAA Male Runner of the Me ...

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About Me: Jonathan Barker Sports Section Editor

Hello! My name is Jonathan Barker and I am a junior here at GC. This is my second semester writing for the Papyrus, but more importantly I am currently serving as the Sports Editor. In the sports section, we focus on both national and local sports news. I would also like to involve perspectives from our own athletes here at GC through editorial pieces or spotlights on different individuals. I look forward t ...

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NFL Free Agency Predictions

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell It’s almost that exciting time of year where us NFL fans get to watch big names move to new cities. Until the free agency window opens on March 10th, all we can do is speculate. Sometimes speculating can be fun. There aren’t very many top-notch QB’s that will be available this offseason. Since the Draft has become the main route of teams finding their franchis ...

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