The Guilfordian

Men’s tennis team aims for improvement

Guilford College men’s tennis first-year Kane Mills practices on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017. //Photo by Abigail Bekele/The Guilfordian

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

Last spring, Guilford’s men’s tennis team competed in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship final for the first time in program history. They fell to Washington and Lee, 5-0, in the finals matchup, which capped off the Quakers’ best season since 1996. This year, all Quakers are hitting...

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

The Guilford College women’s Lacrosse team poses for a group portrait./Photo courtesy of Guilford College Athletics

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...

Quakers share thoughts on DIII officiating

Quakers share thoughts on DIII officiating

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

In 2015, the Guilford College football team posted a 9-1 record, the best in College history, but their sole loss proved to be the determining factor that kept them out of the National Tournament. Head coach Chris Rusiewicz reflected on the tough experience and how the decisions of the referees affected...

Cross country teams prepare to compete

Sommer Fanney ’18 placed 36th during the ODAC Preview meet in 2016. // Photo courtesy of Guilford Athletics.

Nathaniel Williams, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

The Guilford Quakers men’s and women’s cross country coaches are excited about the potential growth in their athletes. Entering their first meet, the Quakers had the idea of using the race as another step into their training regimen. Caleb Anderson, a senior, commented that the first meet was...

Head football coach discusses new year

Guilford College Football Head Coach Chris Rusiewicz at a football game.//Photo courtesy Guilford Athletics

Nathaniel Williams, Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

After a disappointing 4-6 season last year, following a school-best 9-1 year in 2015, Guilford’s football team looks to get back to the culture and gameplay they had during their success. The Guilfordian sat down with head coach Chris Rusiewicz to discuss his goals for his seventh season leading the Quak...

Letter to the Editor: What is the role of athletics on our liberal arts campus?

Jeremy Rinker, Guest Writer

November 22, 2013

To ALL it DOES concern,   In response to last week’s “Letter to the Editor: a response to APSA Sports article,” I felt obligated to provide some faculty perspective on the complex role of athletics in our community. While I was happy to see a well-argued response on this important topic...

Caroline Bishop excels in soccer, motivates the team

Caroline Bishop excels in soccer, motivates the team

Olivia Werner, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

At the age of five, senior women’s soccer player Caroline Bishop laced up her first pair of cleats. Since, her determination has kept the ball rolling. “She played at a very high level in high school,” said her father, Jeff Bishop, in an email interview. “She became captain, played in several...