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The Last Serve

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff The Greenville Women’s Volleyball team has five outstanding seniors that they will be losing after this 2015 season. Here is just a tad bit about the seniors and their response to their final season here at Greenville College. Marissa Lovell Position? OH/OPP Major/Minor? Business Management. Dream Job?  Managing a Sephora. Favorite Volleyball Memory? I can't pick just one ...

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USC Head Coach Fired

Written by and Media by Trey Adams. On Monday, October 12th, the University of Southern California’s athletic director Pat Haden decided to indefinitely remove Head Coach Steve Sarkisian from the coaching staff. Sarkisian was kicked off for his most recent health scare during a pep rally where he was slurring words and using expletive language. According to News Health, “On Sunday, Haden was at a basketball ...

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John Hammond Returns to Greenville College

Written and Media by Brian Ehresman Homecoming weekend brings back many alums to the Greenville College campus each year.  A lot of people from GC have gone on to do great things since graduating, but few are as distinguished as John Hammond.  Hammond is the current general manager of the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA, and a former winner of the NBA’s Executive of the Year award.   Hammond was in town for ...

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Weird Sports: Professional Arm Wrestling

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman You might not know there is a professional league in the world for arm wrestling. The skill you refine during your childhood to use against your classmates is indeed a professional sport. The World Armwrestling League (WAL) is a league with their own specific rulebook for professional competitions. An arm wrestling match is one of the “manly” feats of strength every man ...

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Panthers Can’t Hold Lead, Fall in Homecoming Football Game

Written and Media By Brian Ehresman The Greenville College Football team was seemingly in cruise control for the first half of its homecoming game against MacMurray this past Saturday.  The second half provided a few more bumps in the road as the Panthers relinquished a 17-0 halftime lead and a late two-touchdown advantage to drop a 27-24 contest to the Highlanders in Greenville. “That’s a good football tea ...

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Life & Story of Vince Lombardi

Written by Jonathan Barker. Media by Trey Adams The 2015 NFL Season is underway. In February, spectators everywhere will witness the 50th Super Bowl, with the winner taking home the highly coveted Lombardi Trophy. The Lombardi Trophy reminds fans of arguably one of the greatest football coaches of all time. September 3rd, 2015 was the 45-year anniversary of his death. Vincent Lombardi was born to a Catholic ...

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If Athletes Were Superheroes or Villains

"If Athletes were Superheroes" Written and Media by Jonathan Barker All around the world, kids and even adults look up to famous athletes. We treat our favorite sports players like heroes, watching both their rises and falls. We idolize and treat our favorite sports players like heroes, often imitating them and wearing their jerseys. I thought I would take this concept a bit more literally and come up with ...

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Greenville Soccer is Turning Heads

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff The Greenville Men and Women’s Soccer teams have had a great start to conference play and it just keeps getting better. The Greenville Men’s team is now 5-0 after they took care of three very good teams in the conference, beating Spalding, Fontbonne, and Principia. They are now looking to improve their record to 6-0 this weekend against Eureka for homecoming. The Greenvil ...

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End of Season – GC Bass Fishing

Written and Media by: Thomas Hajny This last weekend marked the end of the first season for the Greenville College Bass Fishing team. They drove up north to Clinton, IL for a two-day open tournament hosted by Illinois State University. On the first day, the team brought in two largemouth bass, weighing in at nearly 5 pounds. Day two did not see as much luck, but the team made it back home safe and sound Sun ...

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Major League Baseball Playoff Predictions

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman  As the regular season comes to a close for major league baseball, a marvelous journey into the postseason is right around the corner. Last week, the American league and the National league had teams clinching divisions. Such as the Toronto Blue Jays clinching the East, Kansas City Royals taking the Central American division, and the Texas Rangers coming out on top in th ...

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