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Guilford Softball steps up to the plate for 2017 season

Guilford Softball steps up to the plate for 2017 season

Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer
February 9
Filed under Sports

When head Softball coach Dennis Shores started coaching at Guilford in 2007, the softball team averaged about 17 attendees per game. “Now we have seating for over 150, and typically they’re all filled up,” said coach Shores. This shift can be attributed to the efforts of coach Shores and...

ACC teams attempt to survive in March

Dalton Kern, Staff Writer
March 25
Filed under Sports

Imagine that the hottest person at school just invited you to the senior prom. Now replace hottest person with the National Collegiate Athletic Association and substitute the Big Dance for senior prom. March Madness is here, and as usual, the Atlantic Coast Conference came ready to play. “While...

Lady Quakers fight hard in NCAA tourney

Lady Quakers fight hard in NCAA tourney

Naari Honor, Staff Writer
March 25
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

At the start of the basketball season, I asked my fellow Guilfordians to remember the names of every player on the Guilford College women’s basketball team. At the time, it may have seemed like a tall order to fill. However, the Lady Quakers turned the 2015-2016 basketball season into one that will...

All of the Final Four have a shot in Indianapolis

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor
April 3
Filed under Sports

It is finally here. After two weeks of March Madness, the shredding of countless brackets and the elimination of 64 teams, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Final Four is set. This came on the heels of a handful of early upsets, buzzer-beaters and big games that the tournament brought, but...

UNC Tarheel integrity tested by Cadwalader report

Aubrey King, Staff Writer
December 5
Filed under Sports

Honor codes emblazon plaques and signs on campus buildings across the country. These codes seek to ensure that all attendees work hard for an honest education. However, often times students, teachers and academic departments can fall through the cracks. On Oct. 16, the Cadwalader law firm released...

Concussions leave lasting effects

Aiperia Iusupova & Robert Pacheco, Staff Writer & Sports Editors
November 21
Filed under Sports

It is the 1970’s, and a center crushes a defensive tackle with the force of a car crash and awkwardly lands on the ground. Adrenaline runs through his veins. He is determined to line up again for another play. But something is wrong. He feels numb and notices himself bleeding. He loses consciousness,...

View from the trenches: Rebounding

Reese Setzer, Staff Writer
October 31
Filed under Sports

A great football team has to be able to respond to adversity. After suffering a disappointing 47--31 loss to Shenandoah University on Oct. 11, the Guilford College football team was struck with a new test this season: to get back on the path to greatness by grabbing victory over Bridgewater College. We...

Justin Tereshko tees off first season as head golf coach

Justin Tereshko tees off first season as head golf coach

Carlton Skinner, Staff Writer
October 3
Filed under Sports

On Sept. 19, Guilford College Athletics Director and head men’s basketball coach Tom Palombo announced that Justin Tereshko would be replacing Corey Maggard as the new head coach for the Guilford men’s golf program. “Justin is a quality person who will put in the time to continue the strong...

View from the trenches: a much-needed rest

Reese Setzer, Staff Writer
October 3
Filed under Sports

For members of the Guilford College football team, the bye week came at a crucial time. Coming off of the first 3 – 0 start for Guilford College football since 2007, we are excited to begin what truly matters: the conference schedule. On Saturday, Oct. 4, we begin the Old Dominion Athletic Conference...