Tag: Panthers Sports

Player Profile: Jared McPeek

Born on January 27th, 1999 in Mansfield, Ohio, Jared McPeek brings his brilliant soccer talents to Greenville, Illinois. McPeek is a junior, and he...

It’s Tennis Season!

With spring right around the corner, tennis season is coming up quickly. Senior captain Courtney Blaser has had some time to reflect on her...

GUWS Heads Into Conference Season

The Greenville University women's soccer team started off the season struggling to find a good pace after a tie and three losses. The Lady...

Greenville Gets The Upset Win against Kalamazoo!

On Saturday, September 14th, Greenville University hosted the Kalamazoo Hornets here in the small town of Greenville. There was a lot of excitement and...

SLIAC Championship Preview

Written and Media by Jaylen Shelton. The women's softball St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Championship is being hosted by Fontbonne University May 3-5. The...

Softball Team Rolls Into SLIAC Championship

Written and Media by Jaylen Shelton. The softball team at Greenville finished its season off strongly. Against opponents in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference,...

Greenville Running Away At Millikin

Written and media by Jaylen Shelton. On Friday, September 29th, the Greenville Men's Cross Country Team competed at H.W. Wright Classic. This was hosted by...

Get to Know: Tiffany Samsoe

Written and Media by Joshua Robinson. Most people don’t know anything about the softball players around campus. Mostly, you would hear more about individual players...

Panthers Fall in Season Opener to Millikin, 66-24

Written & Media by Joe Hubbs On a wet, dreary Saturday Sept. 6, the Panthers took a big loss to the Big Blue on their...

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.