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Opportunity to Witness | GC’s Women’s Tennis Team Witnesses to Opponents

The women’s tennis team at Greenville College (GC) is most known for its exciting trip they take during Spring Break to Hilton Head, SC. Sadly, that is just a small part of what the team does during their season. The tennis team has the unique opportunity to witness to their opponents in a more personal way than most sports teams according to coach Pam Craig. Tennis is also a sport that anyone can play at any age; it is one of the few sports that people can take with them throughout life. The GC tennis team even hosts a Homecoming tournament for alumni and current players. ...

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Panthers Basketball Season Comes to an End, Returners Have High Hopes for Future

The basketball season recently came to an end for the men and women of Greenville. The men’s team ended with an overall record of 15-10, and the women’s team ended 10-15. Unfortunately, neither team was able to gain a position in playoffs; however, as post season training begins for both teams, it’s a good time to reflect on the 2013-14 seasons of both Greenville teams. ...

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Greenville College Track Team @ Christian Nationals

It has been said, “A track meet is a lot like life.” You take the good. You take the bad. You take them both and there you have what happens over the course of a full day track meet. This past weekend the men’s and women’s track teams traveled to compete in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Indoor Championships hosted by Olivet Nazarene University. In order to compete in the two-day competition, student-athletes had to meet qualifying marks in all individual events. The Panthers were represented by 41 qualifiers and relay entrants. ...

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What is Christian Competition?

It always baffles me when people try to justify hostile behavior during sports by saying something like, “I just really don’t like losing.” Has there ever been a person who liked losing? I used to say this all the time, and it was only recently that I realized my problem wasn’t that I hated losing, but rather that I loved winning way too much. ...

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Making the Best of a Blizzard | GC Students Enjoy the Snow

Growing up in Montana, we often had to find ways to have fun with the snow to stay sane through our winters, which seem to last for about half the year. When I was younger, that started out as sledding and snow forts, but once high school hit, it turned into building ski jumps wherever and whenever possible. ...

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Sports Shorts

Michael Sam- Big Gay News. No really, Michael Sam, defensive end out of Missouri recently told ESPN that he is a “proud gay man.” As expected, the media is blowing this whole ordeal out of proportion just as they did with Jason Collins last year. Collins made headlines last year by being the first active player in any of the four major sports to be openly gay, and has still not found work in the NBA since then. The difference between Collins and Sam though is that Sam is actually really good. ...

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The Best Players that Never Were: Careers Destroyed by Injury

For the past couple of seasons NBA fans have been deprived from enjoying the show of one its premier players, Derrick Rose. After being selected first overall in the 2008 NBA draft, Rose exploded into the NBA. Within three years of superb play Rose averaged 20.9 points per game, 6.7 assists, and was named an MVP. Just when the Bulls looked like they were becoming the best team in the Eastern Conference, Rose tore his ACL in a first round playoff game against the 76ers. The recovery period kept Rose out of the entire 2012-2013 season, and the Bulls learned to play without Rose. ...

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