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Panthers Fall in Season Opener to Millikin, 66-24

Written & Media by Joe Hubbs On a wet, dreary Saturday Sept. 6, the Panthers took a big loss to the Big Blue on their home field. Early mistakes and 99 yards allowed off of penalties left the Panthers with a steep mountain to climb back from. The Panthers defense began the game allowing a long drive, but was able to hold Millikin to a field goal. Things started to fall apart after Millikin’s second poss ...

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Women’s Soccer Drops First Two at Home

Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Joe Hubbs The women’s soccer team played in their first two home games of the season where the Lady Panthers competed against Rose-Hulman and Illinois College. Both games resulted in a loss (0-2 and 0-3 respectively), but neither game did not go without its glimpses of prowess. Offensively the Lady Panthers have relied on the speed and quickness of junior Jen Brackenhoff, ...

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Panthers Baseball Takes Second in SLIAC Tournament Play

When the Panthers finished up the regular season with five wins in a row, all of their momentum looked as if it would surge them to the final round of the conference tournament, and that’s exactly what happened. On Saturday the Panthers matched up against the one seed, Webster Gorloks for the championship round, but could not quite juice out a victory, claiming second place in the SLIAC Tournament in Highla ...

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Who Is Stanley and Why is Everyone so Geeked About His Cup?

While most Greenville students are glad that the Cardinal’s season has finally begun, there are some fans who just saw their season end. Even though the St. Louis Blues were eliminated in round one of the playoffs, there are still three more rounds to go! Don’t know what I’m talking about? It’s the Stanley Cup Playoffs! ...

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Greenville College Home Track Meet | a different perspective

Recently, Greenville College was able to make a large leap in the improvement of their track program and finished the construction of their all new outdoor track. With this came a new throwing ring, javelin runway, steeple chase, longjump runway, pole vault runway, and let's not forget the track. This was a milestone in Greenville College Track history, since the last hosted meet as over 15 years ago. ...

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Panthers Sweep Principia, Take Third Seed in SLIAC Tournament

On Saturday, Greenville finished up a three game sweep of Principia and took control of the third spot in the conference tournament. In the first game of the Panthers-Panthers matchup on Friday, Greenville showed how they can fight back from behind by eliminating a 7-1 deficit and erupting on offense for a 10-7 win. ...

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In Over a Month

March 9th to April 26th. That’s the length of our women’s tennis season. In just over a month 10 girls came together and formed a small family, alongside our tennis matches. While that month may seem short to outsiders, to those of us on the team, it feels a lot longer. ...

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Men’s Tennis Finishes Strong

The GC Men wrapped up a very strong 2014 campaign with a 5-0 defeat of Webster University, in the SLIAC Conference 3rd place match. The day before, the Panthers fell just short of reaching the championship match by losing a hard fought 5-4 match, at the hands of the Westminster College Bluejays. ...

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Woodrome Shines, Lady Panthers Take Both Games in Home Closer

The Lady Panthers battled in a couple of pitcher’s duels Tuesday evening against the Rose Hulman Fighting Engineers. Senior pitcher Ashley Woodrome started and completed both games which were decided by one run each, and had two brilliant performances leading the Panthers to a 2-1 victory in the first game, and a 1-0 victory in the second game. ...

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