Tag: sportsmanship

Daniel Martinez 2019 UMAC Football All-Sportsmanship Award

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When you hear about playing sports, often sportsmanship is one of the core values of any competitive event. There are players who...

What’s Happening?: The Podcast Ep. 6

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https://soundcloud.com/the-gc-papyrus/whats-happening-podcast-6 In this episode of the What's Happening Podcast, Rakim and Aaron discuss the possible implications the...

Historic Season Gone but Never Forgotten

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The Greenville University Women's Soccer Team recently made it to the SLIAC championship game against Westminster College but ended up barely falling...

GU Football Players Heart Basketball, too

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Despite the fact that the NFL and college football are both in full swing, many football players here at Greenville University also enjoy...

Sports Profile: Tywon Bender

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Written and Media by Sara Dawson. Tywon Bender is a Greenville University football player and cheerleader. Bender is a 21-year-old senior from Kankakee, Ill. He...

Good Sportsmanship

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Written and Media by Bobby Neal. We all consider the notion of good sportsmanship when partaking in any type of sport. As you may know,...

Be a Better Person and be a Good Sport

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Written and media by Bobby Neal. We all take good sportsmanship under consideration when partaking in any type of sport. As you know, being a...

Keeping Competition Healthy

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Written by Johnathon Goodenow. Media by James Hudson. Many people are naturally competitive. No matter what it is that we are doing, we always want...

Panthers Make us Proud at the SLIAC Conference Meet

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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...

What is Christian Competition?

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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.