Tag: SLIAC

Men’s Basketball Week Recap

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela.   The Greenville College Men’s Basketball Team picked up two huge road victories this past week to put them in...

Player Profile: Jacob Jones

Written by and Media by Trey Adams Born and raised in Litchfield, Illinois, Jacob Jones is a 5’10" junior at GC and a member of...

Panther Volleyball NCAA Tournament Bound

Written and Media by Brian Ehresman.   For only the second time in school history, the Greenville Lady Panthers (24-7) won the SLIAC Volleyball tournament...

Panthers Make us Proud at the SLIAC Conference Meet

Written and Media by Austin Brinkman  The Greenville College Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country teams both came up a little short of winning the St. Louis...

Panther Baseball Takes “Huge” Split with Spalding

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Wes O'Dell Following a week-long trip to Florida and what probably felt like a week-long bus ride home, the...

Successful Season Comes to a Close for GC Volleyball

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Matt Miller A fifth straight regular season SLIAC title. Over 20 wins. Four all-conference players. The accolades are a...

Five is Nice for GC Volleyball

Written by Brian Ehresman. Media by Matt Miller. A few weeks ago, after rolling through the first 12 matches of conference play with an undefeated...

Lonely at the Top

Written by Brian Ehresman Media by Matt Miller Heading into Saturday’s SLIAC Volleyball matches, two teams were tied atop the conference standings. Greenville College and...

Panthers Sweep Principia, Take Third Seed in SLIAC Tournament

On Saturday, Greenville finished up a three game sweep of Principia and took control of the third spot in the conference tournament. In the first game of the Panthers-Panthers matchup on Friday, Greenville showed how they can fight back from behind by eliminating a 7-1 deficit and erupting on offense for a 10-7 win.

Greenville Soccer Woes Continue

Last Tuesday the Greenville men’s and women’s soccer teams continued their season long woes, both falling 1-2 at Lindenwood-Belleville. The losses epitomize the tone of a so far dreary season for both Panthers teams, but a remaining schedule full of conference matchups shines a glimpse of hope on the Greenville soccer fields. In the men’s game the Lynx scored a late goal in the first half to put themselves up 1-0. The Panthers could not even get a shot off, as Belleville shut them out in the first half. Early in the second half, the Panthers came back with a goal of their own on a shot by senior midfielder, Aaron Mulholland. The tie would not last long however, as the Lynx scored the go ahead goal with 10 minutes left in the game. Two goals would be all Belleville needed to hand the Panthers their sixth loss of the season.