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Rainy Weather Cannot Dampen Panther Baseball

  Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell It was a long and wet weekend for the Greenville Panther Baseball Team at Robert E. Smith Field, but their patience paid off as they won the SLIAC Tournament and will compete in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in team history. It also marks the first time a Greenville team has entered an NCAA tournament since the 2011 men’s soccer team. The Panth ...

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Mayweather-Pacquiao and Christian Boxing?

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell. The long awaited boxing matchup between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather finally became a reality on Saturday May 2nd. The fight was even labeled “the fight of the century.” A unanimous decision ended the 12-round match with Floyd Mayweather on top. Mayweather remains at an undefeated 48-0 and kept the WBA, WBC, and The Ring Welterweight title belts, altho ...

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The Show Must Go On

Written by Ryan Dunn. Media by Ryan Dunn. It’s Wednesday, April 29th and the Baltimore riots are in full swing; business are being looted, buildings burned, and police and other law enforcement are fearing for their lives. But in another part of the city there are other things in full swing, bats. Yes, even with the riots, the show must go on. The game between the Baltimore Orioles (10 - 10) and the Chicago ...

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Panther Track Owns Greenville Invitational

  Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell. Both Greenville Track teams were pleased with their performance at the Greenville Invitational Meet on Saturday, April 26th. Competing with nine other teams, the Men dominated and finished in first place while the women placed second. Coach Brian Patton was delighted by his teams’ efforts. “Both teams competed very well as a whole team. They have been ...

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NBA Playoff Predictions

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Ryan Dunn   The NBA has had a great regular season, leaving several talented teams empty in their playoff runs. I’m still not over the fact that Oklahoma City Thunder missed the playoffs after playing in the Finals only two years ago. Former coach Scott Brooks is now out of a job but the Thunder’s future is still bright. Surely last year’s MVP Kevin Durant will even ...

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2015 NFL Mock Draft

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell. I decided to share my 2015 NFL Mock Draft. This assumes that there are no trades on draft day (which of course there will be). 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jameis Winston, QB Florida State Most fans agree that former Heisman winner Jameis Winston is the best option for the QB-needy Bucs. Despite Winston’s off-field issues, I think his athletic upside and potenti ...

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I’m All About That Bass…Ball!!

Written by Alex Gruberman. Media by Ryan Dunn. It’s that time of the year again. Temperatures are rising, there is no more snow in the forecast, allergies are affecting everyone, and then there’s Cardinals baseball back in our lives. It seems like every October we are cheering on the Cardinals as they look to capture another World Series. We cheer them on to victory win or lose, but once October is done it ...

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GC Tennis Stomps Fontbonne

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell Both the Greenville College Men and Women’s Tennis teams defeated the visiting Fontbonne University Griffins on Monday the 13th. Fontbonne was overrun and outnumbered by Greenville, losing all nine matches in each competition. For the GC men, Alex Dowley did not lose a single set, soaring to a perfect 6-0, 6-0 in his single match. Alongside Jon Urshan, Dowley ...

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Duke Claims National Championship

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Wes O'Dell. The University of Duke Blue Devils earned their fifth NCAA National Title on Monday night. After what seemed like doing the impossible by ending Kentucky’s undefeated season, the Wisconsin Badgers could not finish the job in a 68-63 loss. The whole game was a very close battle. After a hard fought first half that included 13 lead changes, the score remained e ...

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Greenville Track & Field: A Good Friday and Saturday

Written by Jacob Burrell. Media by Ryan Dunn. After most Greenville students had returned home for Easter weekend, the track & field team remained on campus to defend home turf at the Greenville College Select Meet. Before the competition, however, Coach Brian Patton chose to focus on both the eternal significance of the weekend, and the importance of values and beliefs cultivated during a running caree ...

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