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Go GC men’s basketball team!!

Written and Media by Yoshiko Tanimura. After a tough loss in their opening game against St. Louis University on Nov. 4 (124-85), the GC men’s basketball team was ready to bounce back. They did just that when they defeated Knox College on Nov. 15 (130-106). Just three days later, the Panthers faced Elmhurst College team at Millikin University on Nov. 18. The crisp weather didn’t stop the Panthers and their s ...

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Under the Radar Ep. 9 – Kaleb Slaven

Media by Joseph R. Jeralds. This week Under the Radar podcast featured an athlete who had his senior season ended due to a knee injury. Through the recovery process he was still able to mentor and guide the young receivers for Greenville football program. Let's meet Kaleb Slaven. Podcasters: Tywon Bender and Kevin Tran   ...

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Women’s Volleyball: Season Wrap Up

Written and Media by Nathan Craig. The Greenville College women's volleyball team had a successful and entertaining season. Sadly, all things must come to an end. The Lady Panthers lost in the first round of the NCAA division three tournament. They ended the season 25-8 overall and 16-2 in conference. Winning their seventh straight conference championship, they hosted the SLIAC tournament for the fifth time ...

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GC Athlete of the Week: Kenny Greene

Written and Media by Danny Strohm. Greenville College men's basketball player, Kenny Greene, started his senior season with a bang. The senior guard poured in twenty-five of the teams one-hundred and thirty points in their season opening win against Knox College. Greene transferred to Greenville last year from LA Harbor Junior College along with fellow teammate, Shane Smith. After college, Greene wants to c ...

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The Laney and Caitlin Show Ep. 8 – Track and Field

Media by James Hudson. Hey all! We're back again for another week of The Laney and Caitlin Show. For this week's guest, we had Sydney Porter, Tori Papez, Andrew Sharp, Ben Perry from the Men's and Woman's Track and Field Team. Check it out as the four of them gets tested on how well they know their teammates. ...

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They’re Back!

Written and Media by Yoshiko Tanimura. As the final leaves begin to fall off the trees, the cold weather sets in, and the outdoor sports come to a close, the Greenville College women’s basketball team prepares for their upcoming season. After coming off of a Cinderella season after winning the conference championship, the Lady Panthers have a lot of tough preparation ahead of them as they look to come out o ...

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GC Football 2016 Season Overview

Written and Media by: Andres Flores. The Greenville College Panthers met much adversity this year. Senior quarterback, Jacob Tibbetts, went down in the first game of the year and the veterans protested at the homecoming game. Between these happenings and anything else in between, there was a lot on the player's plates this year. Though there was a lot going on, the Panthers had a 2-8 record and still manage ...

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No More ‘Dos a Cero’

Written and Media by: Alex Carie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAaBbFfv5HA USA vs Mexico, one of the biggest international rivalries of all time, played once again in Columbus, Ohio. The match between the United States National soccer team and the Mexican National soccer team has grown to mean a lot to both countries. To understand the importance of this game, we must first understand the history between ...

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GC Volleyball: NCAA Here We Come

Written by Nathan Craig. Media By Laurie Hannula Photography. Greenville College Women's Volleyball team headed to their second straight NCAA division three volleyball tournament earlier this week. The Lady Panthers found out Monday, November 7th that they would play the Wisconsin Whitewater in Whitewater, Wisconsin. The Lady Panthers then headed to the tournament to represent the SLIAC  conference after be ...

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