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Super Bowl 50

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela.   Super Bowl 50: Broncos’ Defense Steamrolls over Panthers The Orange Crush, led by Von Miller and company dominated Super Bowl 50 to secure what could be Peyton Manning’s final game, in a 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers. The Broncos’ defense had a phenomenal game, disrupting the league MVP Cam Newton by not allowing him to ever be comfortable in the pocket. ...

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GC Lady Panthers Softball Preview

Written and Media by: Brianna Anderson   The Greenville Lady Panthers are already preparing for the season with 7 a.m. workouts and three-hour practices. The Lady Panthers had a record last year of 24-17, 13-5 SLIAC. This year, five seniors lead the team. Laney Thacker, Shannon Elbe, Danielle Helms, Bryn McKie, and Andrea Martin plan to finish this season and their college career with a bang. Introduci ...

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GC Athlete of the Week: Tim Daniel

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff   Greenville College athletics has many talented young men and women. This week we chose to recognize a senior men’s basketball player, Tim Daniel. Not only is Daniel leading the nation in three-point makes, but he has recently been inducted into the 1,000 point club. Daniel came in as a freshman receiving quite a bit of varsity playing time. By the end of the season ...

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GC Basketball Men Win Pair, Women Split in SLIAC Action

Written by and Media by Brian Ehresman Spring semester classes began at Greenville last Wednesday, but SLIAC (St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) basketball action has been in full swing at GC the entire month of January.  This past week, the Greenville College Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams competed in two conference games against Westminster College and Blackburn College.  The men opened th ...

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Basketball Coach Billy Donovan

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman One day, University of Florida’s basketball coach Billy Donovan went for a jog and ran by this woman sitting on a curb sobbing. When he turned around, she was still there so Donovan sat down next to her and asked, “What’s wrong?” The women told him that she just lost a child at birth. Billy knew her pain because, in 2000, he lost a child himself. His daughter, Jacqueline ...

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Preview of the Track and Field Season

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman    As the indoor track season is upon us. Greenville College Panthers’ track and field coaches and a few track athletes give some great insights for the season. Coach Brian Patton is a very positive and uplifting coach on campus for Greenville College along with his staff of Coach Easley, Coach Tarra, and Coach Tom. Coach Patton wants his team to build strong relati ...

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Greenville Men’s Basketball Coach: George Barber

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff. Since the season has started, the Greenville Men’s Basketball program has had a few obstacles to overcome under the leadership from head coach, George Barber. As I interviewed Coach Barber earlier this week, I learned about the culture the team has built from this program, a little about Coach Barber’s personal life, and the strategy behind Barber’s fast-paced offense th ...

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Top Ten St. Louis Cardinal’s

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman. This top ten list will cover some of the all-time great St. Louis Cardinals players throughout the history of the franchise. One of the most celebrated franchises of the Major leagues of baseball; the Cardinals have been outstanding and consistent within the last few years. Their tradition includes 18 trips to the World Series, winning 11 of them. Many of the best playe ...

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Kobe Bryant Announces Retirement

Written and Digital Media by Jonathan Barker   On Nov. 29th, The Players Tribune published an article titled “Dear Basketball.” The article was actually a poem written by Kobe Bryant announcing his retirement from the NBA after his 20th season with the Los Angeles Lakers. At the age of 37, one of the all-time greats is preparing to walk away from the game.   The Lakers have been struggling to say ...

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GC Women Victorious, Men Fall in Conference Openers

Written and Media by Brian Ehresman The combined 109 points in the Greenville College Women’s Basketball contest against Webster did not even equal the amount of points both GC and Webster would each total later in the men’s game.  That was fine with the Greenville women as they used a stout defense to roll over Webster 61-48 in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Conference opener for both teams.  In the second ...

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