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Panthers Claw Through Spalding

Written and Media by Kyler Stork. In Louisville, Ky., the Panther basketball team took on their conference rival, Spalding, on Feb. 4th. Conference road games can be difficult and GC was aware of that. Coach Barber was confident the Panthers would be victorious. Straight from the tip off, the Panthers came out hot and pressed the Golden Eagles into many turnovers. Greenville was up by 20 points in the first ...

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Greenville Shoots Past Fontbonne

Written and Media by Kyler Stork. It was Coaches vs. Cancer night Wednesday, Feb. 1 at the Fontbonne gymnasium in St. Louis, Mo. The Greenville Panthers came out trying to keep their hot streak going. The Panthers needed to win to keep a sole position for the SLIAC tournament. With an up-tempo style of play, the Panthers were able to force Fontbonne to commit 40 turnovers. Greenville came out hot shooting t ...

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#22Strong

Written and Media by Caleb Miles.   #22Strong It’s on shirts, Facebook, and Twitter. It's the theme of this year's Greenville College Softball team. Buddy Foster, the new head coach, commented on what the motto means to them: #22Strong comes from the idea that if all 19 players and three coaches work together, we can achieve all of our goals.  If we have one person not on the same page, it can sidetrac ...

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Hard Work Pays Off

Written and Media by Taylor Purkey. Before the 1970's, people who knew about bodybuilding were few and far between. Most people saw bodybuilders as freaks of nature and were often seen in the circus. However, Arnold Schwarzenegger brought a new light to it. All of a sudden, people wanted to be as big and strong as Schwarzenegger. They saw him as attractive and wanted his defined muscles. In the fall of 2015 ...

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The Laney and Caitlin Show Ep. 10

Media by James Hudson. Hey guys! We have one last podcast for the year! Thank you to everyone who contributed to the show throughout the semester. For this week, our guest is Laney Thacker, Caitlin Opp, and our podcast editor, James Hudson. We've enjoyed being a part of this show and wish all of you a happy holiday.   ...

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GC Athlete of the Week: Jake Vanwey

Written and Media by Danny Strohm. This Week's GC Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Men's Basketball player, Jake Vanwey. Vanwey is one of the leaders players on the Panther's JV Squad. Through hard work and determination, Vanwey is doing all that he can to prepare himself for a Varsity call up. The "run and gun" offense the Panthers play fits right into Vanwey's style of play as he loves to pull up anywhere ...

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Greenville Bounces Back

Written and Media by: Andres Flores The Greenville College men’s basketball team took on the Westminster College Blue Jays last week at home. The Blue Jays, who are currently three and three, came into the game with a recent win against Fontbonne University. The Blue Jays were looking to win their second conference game as the Panthers were looking to win their first conference match up. Greenville aims to ...

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Why Am I Here?

Written and Media by John Dudley.  "How and why did I get myself into this?" These thoughts ran through my mind as a freshman at Greenville College. As a newcomer, I spent most of my time learning a playbook and doing homework. For the past four years, I have been a part of the Greenville College football program and played wide receiver on a Panthers offense that wasn’t suited with a large number of plays ...

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Under the Radar Ep. 10 – Luke Moore

Media by Joseph R. Jeralds. Welcome to our final episode of The K & T Under the Radar sports podcast. We would like to introduce Luke Moore and his season ending injury with cancer in 2013. His story has humbled him to be the man he is today he explain his transformation from a player to a coach and the role he played here at GC.   Podcasters: Tywon Bender and Kevin Tran   ...

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