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Abnormal Athletics: Ultimate Frisbee

Written by Adam Crouch.      The environment of Greenville, especially at the college, is one that forces you to either be bored to tears or make your own fun. Many people fall victim to the American idea that fun is something you buy and receive rather than something that you make and enjoy. This is what makes Greenville the greatest place on earth. To successfully live in Greenville, you have to make your ...

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The Connotations of EMAP

Written by Mikey Ward. Every Man A Panther. This acronym has become has become Greenville College Football’s moniker. Like any acronym, this term has become an identity for the twenty-five year program. Instilled in 2001 by a coach named Kessler, this phrase has transcended the program and has aided the Greenville campus with associating each football member with an identity—a not so comforting one. Once wa ...

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Athlete Profile: Katelyn Wise

Athlete Profile Name: Katelyn Wise Hometown: Rochester, IL Position: Center Favorite position to play and why: Center, because who doesn't want to get out a little aggression by working hard in the paint? When you started playing basketball: I have absolutely no idea how old I was when I started playing, I’m pretty sure my brothers were probably forcing me to dribble as an infant. What made you decide to co ...

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It’s Time For Some Basketball!

Written by Simon Martin.  The Greenville men’s basketball team began its 2012-2013 season with Midnight Madness on Oct. 14, 2012. Midnight Madness was a fun time for the team members as well as for the fans. There was a dunk contest, a 3-point contest, and several fan competitions. The team had its first official practice the following day. After a little over a week of practice, the first scrimmage of the ...

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Sports Support

By: Emily Rauch “Hey Baby,” go ahead and “Shout it Out” because “I know You Want Me,” so “Hold On, I’m Coming.” No, this not a terrible pick-up line that you would only hear at Greenville College, but rather a few of the songs the GC marching/pep band plays at sporting events. The band mainly goes to football and basketball games. Flashing horns, weaving in and out of human obstacles, and crabbing are just ...

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Kneeling Down and Seeing Greenville Women’s Soccer Season at Eye Level

Written by Natalie Henneberry. I, Natalie Henneberry, write this article with an open and honest heart. My relationship with soccer looks quite different from my teammates’ relationship with soccer. My dedicated roommate and captain, Kelsey Panzau, has a passion for soccer that simply astounds me. My other roommate and captain, Heidi Khoel, will surely have a career connected with soccer, adult fitness, or ...

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Women’s Soccer Defeats Principia

Written by Portland Highbaugh.            Oct. 31, 2012 was more than just a typical Halloween night.  On this night, the Greenville Lady Panthers soccer team defeated the Principia College Panthers in the semifinal game for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC). Never before in school history has our ladies soccer team been able to overcome the Principia Panthers.             Women’s so ...

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Score Roundup for September 25-October 1, 2012

by Darius Golden. Football Sat. 9/29 1pm vs. Crown College, W 49-18 JV Football Mon. 9/24 4pm vs. Bethel College of Tennessee, L 24-6 Men’s Soccer Sat. 9/29 2pm @ Spalding University, T 1-1 (2 OT) Mon. 10/1 7pm @ Benedictine-Springfield University, L 1-2 JV Soccer Tues. 9/25 4pm @ Parkland College, L 1-7 Women’s Soccer Wed. 9/26 4pm @ Culver-Stockton College, L 1-4 Sat. 9/29 12pm @ Spalding University, W 3- ...

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A day in the life of… Michael Carlisle

By Darius Golden. Being a student is hard work. As we all know by now, it can be difficult to stay on top of tests, papers, reading assignments, and everything else professors assign us on a daily basis. Extracurricular activities are also something that can take up a lot of our time. Senior Michael Carlisle is the Resident Chaplain of 1st West Oak, a varsity soccer player, and a co-leader of Thursday night ...

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