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GC Volleyball: Back on Track!

Written and media by Nathan Craig. After a heartbreaking loss against Washington University on Tuesday, Sept. 20, the Greenville College women's volleyball team set out with determination and vengeance Saturday, Sept. 24 at Webster University where they faced Westminister College and Fontbonne University. Greenville came out hot against Westminster recording 14 kills and winning the set 25-23. Westminster o ...

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Under the Radar Ep. 1 – Roman Butler

Written and media by Joseph R. Jeralds. Welcome to the first K and T Under the Radar Sports podcast by Kevin Tran and Tywon Bender. For our first athlete of the week, we interviewed Roman Butler from the Greenville College football team. Get the scoop on Butler's career ending injury and thoughts on the team. ...

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Until The Final Whistle Blows

Written and Media by Yoshiko Tanimura. "Everything is practice," says Pele, one of the most well-known soccer players of all time. The field is the real stage for all players because the team that can perform their 100% on the “stage” will be the one that brings a victory home. After a tough loss to Illinois College on September 20, the Greenville College men’s soccer team was ready to step it up for their ...

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GC Cheerleading

Written and Media by Nathan Craig. "Let's go Greenville!" is a familiar chant that sounds at sporting events from the Greenville College cheerleading team. These cheerleaders put in hours of dedicated practice every week to support their sport's team. They have three practices a week for two hours as well as mandatory strength training workouts.   The GC cheer coach, Sean Washington, commented on cheer ...

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Bus Legs

Written by Taylor Purkey . Media by Yoshiko Tanimura. From Iowa to Wisconsin, the Greenville College Women’s soccer team faced a weekend they would not soon forget. After fourteen hours on the road, two games, and hours of “What are the Odds”, the Lady Panthers returned to Greenville with a 2-1 loss to Coe College and a 1-0 win against Maranatha Baptist University. The Panthers started their weekend at 7:30 ...

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Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Written by Andres Flores. Media by Miguel Fabela. When it comes to describing the game, Katy Perry says it best: “The one that got away”. What seemed like the start of a great game for the Greenville College Football team soon turned into a game that would leave a bitter taste in the mouths of the Panther players and fans alike. The Panthers created a successful start as they were able to score in two of th ...

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A Weekend Full of Muddy Victories

Written by Taylor Purkey. Media by Yoshiko Tanimura. At the beginning of every season, the Greenville Women's soccer team sits down to discuss team goals. This year, one of those team goals includes making the SLIAC tournament to eventually advance to the NCAA tournament. Although the girls are not yet in conference play, head coach, Jeff Wardlaw, made sure to schedule a pre-conference season to prepare the ...

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The Chase for Seven

Written and Media by Danny Strohm. The Greenville College Women's Volleyball Team has been the SLIAC Conference Champions six years in a row. On Saturday, they began the journey to seven as the Panthers took on Principia College in the first match followed by Blackburn College. In their first match of the day, the Lady Panthers came out with a 3-0 victory (25-18, 25-17, 25-16) over Principia College. Junior ...

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Kasey Richardson

Written and Media by John Dudley.   Kasey Richardson is heading into his final season as a member of the Panther football team. He will be a senior this coming fall and has been a part of the team since 2013. The Panthers look to Richardson as an anchor on the defensive line and in the fall, he plans to take on a leadership role as a senior. He is going to lead the charge next year in the UMAC as the P ...

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Teammates Temporarily; Best friends Forever

Written and Media by Tymber Gabbert. From the crib to college, Jen and Hope Brakenhoff have done everything together. Hope (19) and Jen (22) grew up two and a half years apart resulting in a bond that cannot be broken, especially when it comes to sports. The Brakenhoff sisters participated on the same sports teams throughout high school and have continued their soccer careers together into college. However, ...

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