The Guilfordian

Coach Ashley Cox starts season with swim team

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor

October 6, 2017

Head coach Ashley Cox and the Guilford College women’s swimming team get back to action Saturday, Oct. 7 at the Converse College Invitational. This will be Coach Cox’s second year leading the Quakers, and she returns her top three swimmers from last year: sophomore Carolyn O’Halloran, junior Kate...

Quakers name Charlotte Dixon new coach for the women’s lacrosse team this season

Quakers name Charlotte Dixon new coach for the women’s lacrosse team this season

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Sports Editor

September 29, 2017

Former assistant women’s lacrosse coach Charlotte Dixon was recently named this year’s interim head coach of the Quakers. Dixon replaces Sarah Lamphier, who accepted an offer to be an assistant coach at NCAA Division II Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. The Guilfordian spoke with Dixon about...

Coach Cory Speed returns for another season

Coach Cory Speed returns for another season

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

The Quakers men’s soccer team kicks off the 2017 season. It has been a productive offseason with head coach Cory Speed coming into his second season at Guilford. Team captain Brayden Currin saw many positives between the spring and fall practices. “We started on a clean sheet in the spring, as...

Single-player sport creates strong team dynamics

Single-player sport creates strong team dynamics

February 23, 2017

For a sport that is a mostly about individual matches, the relationships built by the tennis teams at Guilford College are exceptionally strong. The strength of these relationships show not only in teammates words, but in their early performance as well. Both teams played their first match of the...

Football, food and fun: the Soup Bowl serves up another sweet success

Football, food and fun: the Soup Bowl serves up another sweet success

Brent Eisenbarth, Staff Writer

September 13, 2013

With one minute and 33 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the 17th annual Gate City Soup Bowl, sophomore quarterback Matt Pawlowski chucked the winning 33-yard touchdown pass to sophomore wide receiver Hayden Read. “It was a feeling of pure elation,” said Read in an email interview. “I was...

Guilford – Greensboro College rivalry: the origins

Charlotte Hudson, Staff Writer

September 14, 2012

UNC—Duke; UNC—NC State; Appalachian State—Western Carolina; North Carolina A&T—North Carolina Central; Eastern Carolina—NC State; Guilford—Greensboro College. What do these institutions have in common? All are well-known, famous or relatively obscure college sport rivalries in the...

Soup Bowl gives Guilford a chance to give back to the community

Soup Bowl gives Guilford a chance to give back to the community

Bryan Dooley, Senior Writer

September 7, 2012

Are you ready for some football? On Sept. 1, the Guilford College Quakers played the Greensboro College Pride in the 16th annual Soup Bowl. Coinciding with the game was a competitive food drive between the two schools, benefiting Greensboro Urban Ministries. Although Guilford lost the game 14–13...