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Football Season Recap

Written and Media by Bobby Neal and Andrew Sharp. When you visit Greenville University and decide to go to a football game, you can expect a few things from the experience. One of those things is an atmosphere that is hard to match because of the people at a Greenville football game. They always keep the team in good thoughts by cheering and they always are supportive. Another thing you can expect to see at ...

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Murph’s Pitch Ep.18 Holiday Season!

Written by: Logan Murphy and Issac Akers, Media by: Joseph Wood https://soundcloud.com/logan-murphy-871225521/ep18-holiday-season Today the guys sit down and talk about the final four in college football, weird holiday traditions, and whether or not High School student-athletes should "specialize" in one sport. ...

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Greenville University Basketball is BACK!

Produced by Quinten Brown. Jake Vanwey and Greg Franchomme get an inside look at the Greenville University Basketball Team by interviewing player Kealin McLean (KD). KD is a returning player that believes this season can be just as if not more successful than last year with a few tweaks here and there. It's time for some college hoops! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/what-does-greenville-university-ba ...

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Athlete vs World Ep 10

Produced by Matthew Stoddard. Recorded on November 29th, 2017 On this episode of Athlete vs World, Marideth Tate and Bradley Stubbs speak to Coach Skylar Bareford and Coach Doug Faulkner and talk about how they integrate faith into coaching. Tune in to hear some great advice and funny stories from two great coaches!   https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/athlete-vs-world-ep-17 ...

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Murph’s Pitch Ep. 17 Food, Love, And Happiness

Written by Logan Murphy and Issac Akers. Media by Joseph Wood. https://soundcloud.com/logan-murphy-871225521/ep-17-food-love-and-happiness The boys sit down with professional hockey analyst Dr. Steve and professional food categorizer Bryson Davis to settle the argument whether or not hot dogs are sandwiches, we talk about love, and what makes us guys happy! ...

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Panthers CC Teams Finish the Season Strong

Written and media by Jaylen Shelton.  On November 10th in Rock Island Illinois, Greenville University’s Men and Women Cross Country Teams ran at the Midwest Regionals that was hosted by Augustan College. The Midwest region is one of the most competitive regions in all of Division 3. Going into the meet there wasn’t a single man in Division 3 cross country that broke 24 minutes in an 8000m race. On this day ...

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A Little Brother Running with Pride

Written and Media by Jaylen Shelton. Dylan Goodyear had some big shoes to fill his freshman year of cross country. His older sister Brooke Goodyear was, at the time, one of the best runners on the women’s team. She won the Most Valuable Award for the Women’s team the previous year as a sophomore. Goodyear didn’t want to come in and be known as Brooke’s little brother; he wanted to make a name for himself, a ...

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Isaac Akers’ Game of Life

Written and Media by Bobby Neal. In 2013, Isaac Akers signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Upper Iowa University, a Division II football program located in Fayette, Iowa. He redshirted his freshman year of college due to a high school injury. After some coaching changes going into his sophomore year, he decided to take his football opportunities elsewhere. In January 2015, he ended up at Oli ...

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Fantasy Football Talk

Writing and Video by Ethan Maurer. Do you play Fantasy Football? Well, you're in luck! Brian Gertler and I sat down to talk about some of our thoughts. We talk about some strategies for your team nearing the end of the season, as well as players to watch out for. So if you are as big of fans as we are, give it a watch! Enjoy! ...

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Women’s Volleyball Historic Season

Written and Media by Sara Dawson. The Greenville University Women’s Volleyball team won their conference tournament this past weekend, making it their third time doing so. They are the first program at Greenville University to qualify for four NCAA National Tournaments. They also have had a five-set win in the SLIAC tournament against Westminster. The team’s championship match saw Greenville unable to close ...

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