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GU Fisherman: Quinten Brown

Written and Media by Chris Brooks. Recently, I got the chance to sit down and interview a fellow Greenville University fisherman, Quinten Brown. Brown is a Junior and a Digital Media Major from Staunton, Illinois. This past school year he has participated in many college tournaments with a few really good finishes. These include a 14th place finish out of 130 boats at the FLW tournament in Wisconsin this pa ...

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The 76ers Learn to Trust the Process

Written and Media by Justin Willis. The Philadelphia 76ers are on the right track to making history in the 2018 NBA playoffs. The Sixers are lead by Joel Embiid, all-star center, Ben Simmons, potential rookie of the year, and JJ Redick, a clear spot-up shooter. After defeating the Miami Heat in just five games (4-1), the Sixers are going to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2012. Thi ...

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KJGF #10 That’s Not a Bird. That’s a Tennis Ball.

Produced by Genesis Martinez. Welcome back to the KJGF Podcast. We are back with the soothing voices of Greg and KJ with our guest athlete, Nate Wieland, on the show. Nate Wieland will be sharing with us about this season's Men's Tennis Team and about what is to come of them in the future. Tune in! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-10-thats-not-a-bird-thats-a-tennis-ball Music By Master Roshy ...

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Spring 2018 Football Evaluation

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. The spring season is a time for the Greenville University Football team to get back into the swing of things after having five months of off-season. The purpose of spring practice is for teams to practice implementing new concepts, ideas, and systems, so when the past players come back in the fall they are prepared for the season. Due to NCAA regulations, spring practic ...

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Who Will Win Most Valuable Player?

Written and Media by Justin Willis. The regular NBA (National Basketball Association) season is wrapping up and the NBA playoffs are in full swing. There are usually a lot of controversial topics discussed with the NBA draft coming soon, one of them being different rumors regarding how the off-season could go. The question of focus for today is ''Who will win the 2018 NBA MVP award?" Later this summer, on J ...

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Softball’s Strong Showing in Conference Play

Written and Media by Jaylen Shelton. The Greenville Women's Softball Team has started off strong against their rivals in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC). After having a rough start to their season, they have won six out of their nine conferences games so far this season. They have faced Webster, MacMurray, Spalding, Eureka, and Fontbonne. Greenville split the games against Webster, ...

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Greenville’s Home Turf Track Meet

Written and Media by Dylon Niswonger. Nineteen teams and nearly 850 athletes competed last Saturday, April 14, here on our home turf for the Greenville Select Track and Field meet. The competition was stiff and the weather was rough, which served as an unusual equation for a great day on the track  for the Panthers. This meet served as a stepping stone for conference. Confidence should be high after these l ...

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Baseball and Fortnite

Written and Media by Anthony Stephenson. The virtual game of Fortnite has taken the world by storm and shows no signs of slowing down. The frenzy has caught on even in a small rural town in Southern Illinois. Here at Greenville University, the percentage of people playing the game is unreal. With Fortnite being free, as well as able to be played on a phone, computer, X-Box and/or PS4, the game has been made ...

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KJGF #9 Eat. Breathe. Run.

Produced by Genesis Martinez. Welcome back to KJGF Podcast with your co-host KJ and Greg. This week on KJGF we have Andrew Sharp giving us all the details on this year's GU Track team. Tune in! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-9-eat-breath-run Music by Master Roshy ...

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Road to the NBA Playoffs

Written and Media By Justin Willis. What do you remember from the NBA playoffs in the past? Think back to the 1998 NBA (National Basketball Association) playoffs when Micheal Jordan made the game-winning mid-range jumper versus the Utah Jazz in the Finals. Or when Allen Iverson stepped over Ty Lue after knocking down a three versus the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2003 NBA Finals. If that does not ring a bell, ...

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