Tag: wins

The End of Webster’s Reign

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Final score of the GU semifinal game against Webster. Source: twitter.com. The Greenville University Women's Soccer Team has...

Women’s Soccer Takes First Conference Game

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The Greenville University women's soccer team has finally entered the conference portion of their season, and this past Saturday they competed against...

Panthers Take Series Over Beavers

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Written and Media By Brianna Anderson.   The Greenville College Baseball team had a huge weekend with potential conference tournament implications. GC took on Blackburn College...

Baseball Spring Training

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Written and Media by Brianna Anderson.   Spring Break Full Of Baseball The Week A little bit of rain didn’t stop the Greenville College Baseball team from playing...

400th Win

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Written and Image by: Brianna Anderson The Beginning Mr. Lynn Carlson has been coaching the Greenville College Baseball team since the spring of 1997. With his...

Venezuelan Election

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Written by Matthew Harper Media by Bobby Williams. In its first steps into a post Hugo Chavez-government, Venezuela seems to still be struggling. Tensions are flaring in the South American nation after the unexpectedly close election declared Nicolas Maduro, Chavez’s chosen heir, the new President. Maduro was a heavy favorite heading into the election, with many polls showing him having a double-digit percentage lead on his competitor, Henrique Capriles. When the final numbers came in, though, Maduro only had 50.8% of the vote, and, with over 3,000 incidents on election day in need of inspection according to Capriles (BBC News), it’s hard to believe that things were handled in a fair and legitimate manner. The Associated Press cites a campaign coordinator for Capriles as having said that Maduro and his camp “know perfectly well what happened and so do we. They are misleading their people and are trying to mislead the people of this country." Capriles himself took to Twitter to tell his followers not to distress, but he reiterated his campaign’s stance that they were, in some way, cheated.