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KJGF #5 From Football to Cheerleading

Produced by Genesis Martinez. Coming off from the football field to the sidelines in a whole new way, we have Tywon Bender talking over a switch in sports, from a football player to a new kind of player—Cheerleader! Come hear all about it on the KJGF podcast with your hosts KJ and Greg! https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-5-football-player-to-cheerleader Music By Master Roshy ...

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Murphs Pitch Ep. 28 GU

Written by Logan Murphy. Media Isaac Akers and Swade Edwards. Here’s another special Murph's Pitch for you guys! We have Parker Lutz joining us again for our three pitches. This is a special podcast you don't want to miss! Join us as we talk about Greenville itself. https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/murphs-pitch ...

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Get to Know SLIAC Baseball

Written and Media by Anthony Stephenson. The Saint Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) was established in 1989. To date, the SLIAC is composed of the following ten teams: Greenville, Webster, Spalding, Westminster (Mo.), Fontbonne, MacMurray, Iowa Wesleyan, Principia, Blackburn, and Eureka. All ten of these teams compete in baseball. The past couple of years, Greenville's baseball team has pro ...

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Lia Kruse: An Outstanding Season

Written and Media by Dylon Niswonger. Leadership in action requires more than just talent and the perception that the individual in said leadership position is just better than everyone else. Another misconception that compliments this is that certain individuals are simply blessed with extraordinary abilities. Talents are forged by the common principles of discipline and passion. The leaders worth followin ...

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Men’s Basketball Season Comes to an End

Written and Media By Justin Willis. Despite having a great season with averaging 126 points a game and winning the SLIAC Tournament, the Greenville Men's Basketball Team fell short to nationally-ranked Augustana College 123-111 in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Tournament this past Friday. Coming into this game, no could have guessed the outcome. Even so, Pather fans could not help but be exc ...

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KJGF #4 Men’s Basketball 2018 Conference

Produced by Genesis Martinez. KJGF has brought Dan Saeli to the show to talk about our amazing GU Men's Basketball team. Dan will be sharing about the dedication, hard work, and determination it took to be in the 2018 conference finals. But don't take my word for it! Come hear all about it from our Hosts KJ and Greg on the KJGF podcast. https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/kjgf-4-mens-basketball-conference ...

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Allison Fennewald: GU Women’s Tennis Captain

Written and Media by Ransom Cochrane. Athletes travel from all across the country to play sports at a higher level. They start at the bottom as a freshman and gradually grow in their game and as a person. For some athletes, this comes naturally, but for others, it takes time to evolve. Coaches are very good at seeing potential in their student-athletes. Coaches put these athletes into leadership roles to ta ...

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GU Men’s Volleyball: The Road Trip Experience

Written and Media by Nick Corrigan. This weekend the men's volleyball team took on the challenge of traveling over 300 miles to play Wittenberg University and Mount Saint Joseph University. Each team was good competition for GU and were top teams in the conference in the past year. Mount St. Joe's is also the #11 team in the country. The Panthers ended the weekend 0-2 but put in a good weekend of work. The ...

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Into the Future: MLB Predictions

Written and Media by Anthony Stephenson. Congratulations to the New York Yankees on their 2018 World Series title. I am coming at you with my second hot take of the year. In this podcast, I make my preseason predictions for how I think the MLB will shape up this year. These predictions are based on the rosters as of February 28, 2018. Stay tuned for future podcasts and my quarter season mark up! https://sou ...

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Angler Profile: Cordell Beckmann

Written and Media by Chris Brooks. For this weeks article, I interviewed Greenville University Fisherman, Cordell Beckmann. Beckmann is a freshman agribusiness major from Breese, IL and is currently in his first season with the GU Bass Fishing team. Q: When did you start fishing? A: I first started fishing at the earliest age I can remember, which is around 4 or 5. But my parents tell me I would hold or dra ...

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