Tag: Lexi Baysinger
Lexi Baysinger: Athlete of the Week
Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff. Lexi Baysinger is a sister, friend, teammate and leader. In her four years at Greenville College, she focused on Women’s Soccer and...
Men’s and Women’s Tennis: Hilton Head, South Carolina
Written and Media by Tymber Gabbert. The GC Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams not only got to spend spring break playing tennis, but also got...
Campus Profile: Alexandria LaFaye
Media and Written By John Freeman Here in Greenville College, one of our most highlighted school qualities is our sense of community. Students and Faculty...
In Over a Month
March 9th to April 26th. That’s the length of our women’s tennis season. In just over a month 10 girls came together and formed a small family, alongside our tennis matches. While that month may seem short to outsiders, to those of us on the team, it feels a lot longer.
New Year, New Chances
It was a tough season for the Lady Panthers soccer team. Our non-conference schedule was very difficult. But the teams that we played prepared us for our conference competition. As we moved into conference play, the team played very well. The way that we had stood together throughout the losses we suffered from other teams, allowed us a team bond that may not have been there otherwise. When teams inside of our conference looked at our preseason record, they would often count us out, but that just meant that they underestimated our ability to fight back, and that fight is what characterizes our team.
Opportunity to Witness | GC’s Women’s Tennis Team Witnesses to Opponents
The women’s tennis team at Greenville College (GC) is most known for its exciting trip they take during Spring Break to Hilton Head, SC. Sadly, that is just a small part of what the team does during their season. The tennis team has the unique opportunity to witness to their opponents in a more personal way than most sports teams according to coach Pam Craig. Tennis is also a sport that anyone can play at any age; it is one of the few sports that people can take with them throughout life. The GC tennis team even hosts a Homecoming tournament for alumni and current players.