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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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KJGF #8 Men’s Volleyball, Oh Heck Yeah

Produced by Genesis Martinez. When it comes to packing the heat on their opponent, the Men's Volleyball Team know how to bring it! Join us for yet another Fire KJGF Podcast, with your host KJ and Greg. In this episode, they talk with none other Johnny Milabu! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-8-podcast Music by Master Roshy ...

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KJGF #7 Podcast

Produced by Genesis Martinez. And we back with your amazing host KJ and Greg on the KJGF Podcast. On this show we had a blast catching up with George Harris,the starting Quarterback from the GU Football team! Tune in to hear what George has to say! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-7-podcast Music by Master Roshy ...

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Women’s Track Team Competes at Distance Festival

Written and Media by Dylon Niswonger. Each member of our Greenville Women’s Track and Field Team serves as a critical tool for the success of the team in one way or another. However, not every competitor on the team carries the guts or the sufficient amount of crazy needed for the 5,000 and 10,000-meter races. On March 30, our Women's Track and Field Team had five Panthers take on the distance festival host ...

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Murph’s Pitch Ep. #29: Final Four

Written by Logan Murphy. Media by Isaac Akers and Swade Edwards. We are back with more topics for you this week on Murph's Pitch! We have Parker Lutz once again this week; a lot has happened but we will start with the National Championship Game—the topic that everyone is talking about. Listen in for our three pitches! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/murphs-pitch-monday-episode ...

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Women’s Tennis Travels to Hilton Head

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. This past spring break the men's and women’s tennis teams went to Hilton Head, South Carolina, to compete in several tournaments. The women took it to the opponent and came out with one win and three loses. They all had amazing experiences and will forever remember this trip. Each of them saw this trip differently through their eyes and they wanted to share what they li ...

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Men’s Track and Field Has Cold Start to Season

Written and Media by Mitchell Hooten. The Greenville Men's Track and Field Team had a cold/rainy start to their outdoor season this past weekend at the Wash-U Mini Meet at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The entire week before the meet, the forecast for Saturday the 24 was rainy and cold. Then the day came for the meet, and everyone on the team knew it was going to be a long day. With the cond ...

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Men’s Tennis Brings the Heat This Spring

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. This spring the 2018 Men’s Tennis Team came into the season with high hopes and even higher expectations that they would dominate and work their way up to the conference title champions. Well, they certainly are bringing the competition. So far, they have competed in thirteen matches and, of those thirteen, they have only fallen short once. All the members of the team a ...

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The Process: Rakim Murphy

Written and Produced by by Justin Willis. On today's podcast, special guest Rakim Murphy from the Greenville Men's Basketball Team will discuss his process recovering from a leg injury that put him out the rest of the 2017-2018 basketball season. Give this a listen! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/the-process-rakim-murphy ...

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Cabela’s Big Bass Bash

Written and Media by Chris Brooks. The Big Bass Bash, presented by Cabela’s, was a tough one for the Greenville University Bass Fishing Team. The water was starting to drop, and unlike the FLW tournament they had fished just days before, the anglers still found it tough to locate some key fish. The grand prize would be awarded to the angler who weighed in the largest bass of the tournament. The award for th ...

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