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Achieving the Impossible

Written and media by Joshua Robinson. Most athletes have big dreams on making it to the league: Baseball players dream about going to the Major Leagues. Basketball players dream about going to the NBA. Football players dream of playing in the NFL. If you come out of a Division III school, there’s a 50/50 chance of making it to the league. Some legends, like London Fletcher, Billie Whiteshoes Johnson, and Ji ...

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Back to Back

Written and Media by Joshua Robinson. It was a long season for the Greenville softball team, but after a lot of hard work, they finally made it. And won again! On Sunday morning in St. Anne, Missouri, at ABC Ballpark, the Lady Panthers ended up beating Webster University by a mile in the SLIAC Conference championship. This is the second year in a row that Greenville has won the tournament and they are now q ...

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MLB Rookie Profile: Andrew Benintendi

Written and Media by Jesse Getz. Andrew Benintendi is a Cincinnati native who was born July 6, 1994. Benintendi attended Madeira High School, and as a senior he batted a .564 average with twelve home runs and fifty-seven runs batted in. In addition to this extremely impressive stat line, he also stole thirty-eight bags in the same year. He was named the Rawlings National High School Player of the Year and t ...

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Panther Football Finishes Spring Camp Strong

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. Every football season comes with its ups and downs and you go into the offseason with fewer players. You lose seniors or those that cannot live up to the college football player lifestyle. Going into spring practice comes with both challenges and advantages. You must move players around and you may see more potential in an athlete in one place over another. Spring pract ...

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Are We That Different?

Written and Media by Taylor Ratcliffe. This week, I have interviewed three female soccer players, all at different stages of their career. I have asked them similar questions in order to see if people start soccer-based on the same reasons. Then I also questioned them to see if they continued playing for similar or differing reasons. The big question is, are we, as athletes, that different? Interview with M ...

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Football Recruiting 101

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. Every player and coach has a story. As sports and the world change, athletes must adapt to get their name out there. Nowadays, most athletes use the internet to stick out of a crowd. Recruiting used to mean flying or driving across the country to talk to a player. Eventually, there was the option to send in film on a VHS (which transitioned to DVD), and now online video ...

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Seniors Honored as Panther Baseball Sweeps Spalding

Written and Media by Caleb Miles. Robert E. Smith Field was a bit dirty this weekend so the Panthers decided to get the brooms out and sweep conference rival, Spalding, to clinch the number one seed in the east division of the SLIAC.  Spalding came into town to play a three game series against the Panthers that consisted of a nine inning game on Friday and a doubleheader on Saturday.  The Golden Eagles had ...

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NCAA to NCCAA

Written and Media by Taylor Ratcliffe. Last year, the Greenville College Women’s basketball team won the SLIAC tournament, beating Westminster in the finals by a close three points. This sent them straight to the NCAA tournament, losing to Washington University Missouri with a score of 48-87. Although the loss was devastating, the experience of attending a NCAA tournament for the Lady Panthers was amazing! ...

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League of Learning: Top Lane

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela. Welcome soon-to-be Summoners! Hopefully, you have seen the past articles about the e-sport "League of Legends." If you haven’t, here is a link to the very first article to catch you up. Today we will be discussing the top lane role, which many of the people in the "League" community has thought of it as the island of the five roles. This is actually true because very seld ...

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Athlete vs. World – Ep. 10

Media by Joseph R. Jeralds. In the final episode of the season for Athlete vs. World, the hosts talk about the biggest thing they've learned while playing sports. They have some sass with each other and share their summer plans. There is also a funny segment with some hilarious stories shared from this past weekend's track meet where Greenville College won the Conference title in men and women's track. We t ...

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