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The Guilfordian sat down with three members of Guilford’s softball team to talk about their plans for the upcoming season and the traditions theyll carry with them this spring.

The softball season is upon us: Hear how the team is preparing

Jamal Pitts, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

Play hard, play fast and play to win. Those are just a few of the goals that Guilford’s softball team is taking on this semester. As the spring season approaches, Guilford’s softball team is gearing...

Guilford College football players Rod Hedrick, Avery Garner, Phil Couillard, and Josh Campbell at the Armfield Athletic Center.

Guilford gears up for NFL playoff excitement

Emily Brinson, Staff Writer January 19, 2024

As the NFL regular season comes to an end, the playoff games are getting a lot of attention from fans. As some football fans may tell you, the 2023-24 season has been exciting and shocking.  Teams...

Enzo Geremski, a forward on the Guilford men’s basketball team, describes the College as one of the most welcoming places for all kinds of people.

First-year Enzo Geremski finds his niche in basketball and at Guilford

Abram Greene, Staff Writer January 19, 2024

Whether you're unfamiliar with student-athletes at Guilford College or thinking about attending more athletic events on campus, the story of Enzo Geremski, a first-year forward on Guilford's men's basketball...

The historic field at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, is made of natural Bermuda grass.

Artificial turf: Friend or foe for athletes?

Maggie Bryson, Staff Writer December 15, 2023

Artificial turf was designed to be the perfect solution for all of the problems with natural grass, but now it may be an athlete’s greatest enemy. Manufactured from synthetic fibers, artificial turf...

At the end of a night of surprises, two champions were given the honor of holding the belt.

UFC 295 review: A night of crowning historical champions from a beginner

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2023

Never in my wildest dreams would I have ever expected to be this invested in a sport, let alone one that is so brutal. If you don’t know what the UFC is, you aren’t alone–until a month ago I didn’t...

Ziegler is the captain of the Guilford Womens Basketball Team

Guilford student-athlete Ashtyn Ziegler: The art of managing it all

Maggie Bryson, Staff Writer December 1, 2023

Ashtyn Ziegler knows all too well about time management. The Women’s Basketball Captain, vice president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, resident advisor, group leader of the Fellowship of...

Early lacrosse games were played with upwards of 1,000 players and were played on fields with no boundaries.

Lacrosse makes its Olympic debut, but the game’s creators may not participate

Maggie Bryson, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

Lacrosse, also known as the “Creator’s game”, has officially been added to the slate of sports competing in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic Games over 9 centuries after its inception. However, the creators...

Tennis champion Coco Gauff, now 19, first rose to prominence in 2019 when she defeated Venus Williams in Wimbledon.

Coco Gauff: The future of tennis and sports stars

Abigail Mocharnuk, Staff Writer September 29, 2023

Scientists say that all of the stars in our galaxy are a product of an incredible amount of pressure and a delicate balance of forces. The same conditions are necessary to produce our stars on Earth. At...

According to Hannah Hoffman, “the offseason is never really off for women’s lacrosse.” Each fall, Guilford’s team practices and trains hard to prepare for spring success in the sport.

Guilford’s Hannah Hoffman says women’s lacrosse preseason is no joke

Darren Brumbach, Staff Writer September 29, 2023

Hannah Hoffman is a prime example of a hardworking Guilford athlete. Now embarking on her senior year, she is part of the women’s lacrosse team and previously played for the women’s basketball team....

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