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Women’s Basketball SLIAC Tournament Preview

Written and Media by Tymber Gabbert The Greenville College Women’s Basketball team finished their regular season off strong with a five game winning streak to up their overall record to 18-7 (14-4 SLIAC). The Lady Panthers are heading into the SLIAC Tournament as the second seed behind top seed Westminster College, with three seed Spalding University and fourth seed Eureka College. Head coach Roy Mulholland ...

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Mens Basketball Tournament Preview

Written and Media by : Alex Carie   The Greenville College Men’s basketball team has not been to the SLIAC Conference tournament since the 2010-2011 season. That drought has ended this year. The team finished the regular season in second place in the SLIAC Conference with a 12-6 record against conference foes and 13-12 overall. This tied with MacMurray who is seeded number one and earned the right to h ...

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GC Cheerleading

Written and Media by Brianna Anderson. We are Greenville! Even though the season is coming close to an end, the Greenville College Cheer team has been turning heads at every game. With new stunts, tumbling and "GC for 3" shirts, they have made an impact on the student body. As a new coach, Sean Washington came in not knowing what he was in for but has transformed the team into true college cheerleaders. Was ...

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Baseball Preview

Written and Media by: Alex Carie   As the snow begins to melt and temperatures turn warmer, that can only mean one thing- baseball season is just around the corner. The Greenville College Baseball Team could not be more excited about the upcoming season. Last season Greenville baseball made a run and won the SLIAC tournament championship to earn a NCAA Division III tournament berth. The GC baseball tea ...

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Men’s Basketball Week Recap

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela.   The Greenville College Men’s Basketball Team picked up two huge road victories this past week to put them in prime position for a conference championship. The Panthers moved over the .500 mark for the first time this season with a 115-93 win over Principia to keep pace with MacMurray atop the SLIAC standings. Greenville took a 55-42 lead heading to halftime on the ...

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GC Athlete of the Week: Missy Deal

Written and media by Jen Brakenhoff.   She is a leader on and off the court, as evidenced by having the best field goal percentage in the conference, while also portraying a joyful and lovable personality. You may have guessed it but our GC Athlete of the week is Missy Deal. The Greenville Women’s Basketball team is beyond proud of the accomplishments and improvement she has made this year. Coach Roy M ...

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Track Athletes Give Recap of Meet

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman. On Saturday Feb. 13 the women’s and men’s team competed up north at Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL. Greenville College competed against eight different teams with some unattached runners at the Fighting Scott Invite that took place inside Monmouth’s Huff Rec Center. I was able to interview a few runners after the meet to hear how their performances were on the day. I ...

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Weird Sport: Bed Racing

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman Yes folks, this is a real sport! Believe it or not, Bed Racing is a sport born out of interest and enjoyment for the new Knaresborough Round Table in 1966, which was looking for a charity fundraising event. They came up with a time trial in which teams would follow the course by pushing around beds around the town of Knaresborough, United Kingdom. The basic part of the c ...

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Women’s Basketball Week Recap

Written and Media by Tymber Gabbert   The Greenville College Women’s Basketball team finished the week off strong with wins over both Fontbonne on Wednesday and Principia on Saturday to maintain their position in the SLIAC standings. The Fontbonne game ended in a seven point difference in Greenville’s favor with an outstanding performance by senior Missy Deal, who recorded 16 points and nine rebounds. ...

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Twins, Teammates and Best Friends

Written and Media by Tymber Gabbert Meredith and Miranda Crosier have been competing with each other ever since they were born. Not only have they been competing for their mother’s attention, the bigger bed and the last piece of pizza, but also on the basketball court. The Crosier twins have been playing basketball together ever since they were ­in fifth grade. Playing the on the same sports team as a sibli ...

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