Tag: Logan Nelson
ocial media sites are continually taking over the world with their numerous updates, millions of users, and overwhelming success. From Facebook to Twitter, from Twitter to Instagram, our lives are consumed with hours spent on these networks. Many of us started out with Facebook (actually, MySpace but we won't talk about those days). Good ol' Facebook where you could post a status update, or a picture of your dog for the hundredth time.
This year marked the start of Greenville College's very first bass fishing team. I went looking for and found the team's President, David Weyers, and asked him a few questions about himself, bass fishing, the birth of GC's team, and what it's like being my roommate. Scroll for related media.
With summer creeping toward us, there are many things to be looking forward to. You know, those things you day-dream about all year in class when we should be listening to your prof? Well, day-dream no more! (At least after another week).. Because ‘tis the season for camping, swimming, getting your tan on and most importantly, MUSIC FESTIVALS!
When the Panthers finished up the regular season with five wins in a row, all of their momentum looked as if it would surge them to the final round of the conference tournament, and that’s exactly what happened. On Saturday the Panthers matched up against the one seed, Webster Gorloks for the championship round, but could not quite juice out a victory, claiming second place in the SLIAC Tournament in Highland, Ill.
A spectacular, record setting season concluded Saturday for the Greenville College Softball team, as the Panthers took second place in the SLIAC Tournament in Elsah, Ill.
Recently, Greenville College was able to make a large leap in the improvement of their track program and finished the construction of their all new outdoor track. With this came a new throwing ring, javelin runway, steeple chase, longjump runway, pole vault runway, and let's not forget the track. This was a milestone in Greenville College Track history, since the last hosted meet as over 15 years ago.
The Lady Panthers battled in a couple of pitcher’s duels Tuesday evening against the Rose Hulman Fighting Engineers. Senior pitcher Ashley Woodrome started and completed both games which were decided by one run each, and had two brilliant performances leading the Panthers to a 2-1 victory in the first game, and a 1-0 victory in the second game.
s Doug Faulkner moves towards the position of Dean and Associate Professor, his role as Athletic Director was left open with massive shoes needing to be filled. Fortunately, Kent Krober will be returning to the Greenville Campus to become the new Athletic Director, in hopes that he will be able to fill the void left by Faulkner. Papyrus Sports Section Editor Joseph Hubbs was able to sit down with the new director and talk with him about what he sees for the future of the sports and how he feels about Greenville College as a whole.
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.
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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