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Women’s Track and Field Team Starts the Outdoor Season

Written and Media by Dylon Niswonger. Spring is here. Many people celebrate this because of the longer days, brighter sun rays, and temperate weather that comes with the season. For the Greenville Women’s Track and Field Team, it means the highly-anticipated outdoor track season and eight more weeks of grind. It’s the meat, the heart, it’s the last hoorah of the year. Our ladies look to build on their succe ...

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Greenville Panthers take on Arizona

Written and Media by Anthony Stephenson. While many of us were soaking up the sun on a beach or just simply relaxing and taking time off from school for spring break, the Greenville University Panthers Baseball Team headed southwest, down to Tucson, Arizona. While the weather may have been nice and sunny, the players can assure you that this was no vacation. On Wednesday, March 7, Panthers Head Coach Lynn C ...

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KJGF #6 It’s Baseball Season Baby!

Produced by: Genesis Martinez And we are back, with another KJGF Podcast! On this Podcast, we have brought you Travis Ralls and he is going to share with us all about the GU Baseball Team and what we should be expecting from them. https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-6-podcast Music by: Master Roshy ...

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Men’s Volleyball Rundown

Written and Media by Nick Corrigan. Times have certainly been challenging for the Greenville Men's Volleyball Team. They started out strong, winning six of their first seven games. Since those first seven, however, the team has only won four out of their last nineteen games. However, the record is not necessarily indicative of the season they have had. There are certainly games in which the team has compete ...

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Men’s Track and Field Senior Profile: Ben Perry

Written and Media by Mitchell Hooten. Seniors bring great leadership to any sports team. Ben Perry is a senior captain of the throwers for the Greenville University Men's Track and Field Team. In his four years, Perry has played a vital role in the men's success. Last year at the NCCAA National Championship, Perry finished fifth in the hammer throw with a throw of 157' 0.5", which helped the men's team fini ...

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Murph’s Pitch Episode 27 Spring Break!

Written by Logan Murphy. Media by Isaac Akers and Swade Edwards. It is almost Spring Break here at Greenville University and everybody is excited for a week full of fun and absolutely no school. Parker Lutz is back this week to join Murph's Pitch. They talk about the men's basketball game. First pitch is all about the do's and don'ts of spring break. The second pitch is all about college basketball; March M ...

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Men’s Tennis Sweeps Over Franklin and Illinois

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. This past weekend, the Greenville Men’s Tennis Team took on their first home match of the spring season. They used their talents and skills to compete against Franklin College and Illinois College. Greenville came out victorious and beat Franklin College 9-0 and Illinois College 8-1. All athletes played to their best abilities and it definitely showed. Starting off with ...

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Murph’s Pitch Episode 28: Women

Written by Logan Murphy. Media by Isaac Akers and Swade Edwards. This time for Murph's Pitch, we are once again joined by Parker Lutz to help out with today's topic, women. First pitch this time is all about the males point of view on how to approach a woman. Mr. Isaac Akers is asking the tough questions tonight. The second pitch is what each of the guys are looking for in a girl. The third and final pitch ...

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Meet Women’s Basketball Player, Laura Goodnight

Written and Media By Jaylen Shelton. Laura Goodnight is a senior on Greenville's Women's Basketball Team. Her hometown is Bothell, which is a suburb of Seattle, Washington. She's a double-major in Accounting and Business and, once she graduates from Greenville, she plans on getting her Master's in accounting and going back to Washington. Her team and classmate, Meredith Crosier, said, "Laura is a leader by ...

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Greenville Fishing Takes on Kentucky Lake

Written and Media by Chris Brooks. With rising waters, the Greenville University Bass Fishing Team knew that they would be in for a struggle as Kentucky lake went from a winter pool of 354.0 to 5ft above normal summer pool at 364.0. Greenville anglers were right as 110 of the 216 boat field failed to bring in a fish including all 5 of Greenville’s boats. Greenville competitors were Cordell Beckmann and Evan ...

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