Tag: Women’s Basketball

Senior Spotlight: Lauren Eagleson

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Lauren Eagleson, returning point guard for the Panthers, is ready to take on this season as well as take on the leadership...

GU Women’s Basketball: Upperclassmen Edition

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The Greenville Women's basketball team is a favorite to many around campus and in the small town of Greenville, Illinois. These women...

Greenville Panther’s Ti’Anna Bruce is a Future Star

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Ti'Anna Bruce is a freshman on Greenville's women's basketball team. Her hometown is San Tan Valley, Arizona. Before enrolling at Greenville University,...

Get To Know Power House Morgan St. James

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There is an explanation for why GU fans are in favor with Morgan St. James' style and passion for the game of...

“B For 3” Brittany Lopez Player Profile

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The 2018-2019 basketball women have not competed in games yet this season, but players, coaches, and GU fans...

Behind the Presidency: An Interview With Jantzen Michael

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With today's advancement in media, we seem to know every time the President of the United States even takes a breath. But,...

Meet Women’s Basketball Player, Laura Goodnight

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Written and Media By Jaylen Shelton. Laura Goodnight is a senior on Greenville's Women's Basketball Team. Her hometown is Bothell, which is a suburb of...

Women’s SLIAC Basketball Tournament

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Written and Media by Jaylen Shelton. On February 22-24, Greenville University hosted the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) basketball tournament. The tournament is hosted...

Lady Panthers Surge on Offense, Top Blackburn 97-71

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On Saturday Dec. 7 the Lady Panthers found a new gear on offense and dominated Blackburn in the afternoon contest. Right off of the beginning tip Greenville scored a fast break bucket and established the fast pace they would command throughout the rest of the game. Senior Emily Gundy helped kick start the Panthers offense in the first half with an early three pointer and an and-one conversion. Sophomore forward, Coley Baker also sparked the Panthers surge with consecutive blocks in the Panthers’ zone, and drawing fouls on the offensive end. Within five minutes of play, the Panthers already owned a solid 20-5 lead over the Beavers.