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GU Cross Country SLIAC Championship Recap

Greenville University Cross Country is coming off a great showing at the Bradley Classic. Last Saturday, November 2nd, was the SLIAC Championship.  The SLIAC Conference...

Find Your Happy Pace

The late, great coach John Wooden said, "A good coach can change the game, but a great coach can change a life." This is...

Panthers Win Back-to-Back Championships

Written and media by Jaylen Shelton. On October 28th Greenville University hosted the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Championship at the Litchfield Country Club. The...

Cross Country Finishes High in Conference, Ready for Regionals

On November 2nd Greenville’s Male Cross Country team took third overall at the conference championship meet, and the lady panthers displayed respectable improvement with an unexpected 2nd place finish overall. The men’s team entered conference with a lot of momentum from impressive performances at the Louis Greater Louisville Classic (LGLC) and the Bradley Pink Classic. The panthers finished 7th out of 38 teams at the LGLC and 3rd out of 13 at the Bradley Pink Classic. As a result, Greenville was expected to perform extremely well at the conference meet, and the team had a mutual goal of taking first place. Unfortunately, the Panthers fell short of their goal. “By and large the team did okay. We possibly didn’t live up to our potential. However, some members of the team were still recovering from injury, and overall we’ve had better days as a team” said freshman runner, Jacob Burrell.