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Volleyball defeats Washington and Lee, looks to build

Volleyball defeats Washington and Lee, looks to build

Beth Pyles, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

In a 3-2 set match game, Guilford volleyball beat Washington and Lee at home for the first time in 22 years. “Physically we really focused in on being disciplined in our defense and understanding that Washington and Lee really plays a different style of offense,” Guilford Volleyball Head Coach...

View from the lane: enduring the pre-race

View from the lane: enduring the pre-race

Sommer Fanny, Staff Writer

April 3, 2015

“I wish I could enjoy running like you do.” As a member of Guilford’s track team, I have caught this comment already three or four times just this semester from people on campus. The consensus seems to be that people love the idea of running but cannot stand the thought of actually doing...

Readers of ‘Sports section’ do branch out

Ty Gooch, Staff Writer

October 25, 2013

Just a few days ago, I thought that sports readers only read the Sports section. I was wrong. Sports readers: this is an apology to you. It all started when I was sitting in class listening to a guest speaker talk about The Guilfordian’s Sports section. Slouched in my seat, I listened to the speaker...

APSA’s proposed structure puts sports on a pedestal

Ian Penny, Staff Writer

October 25, 2013

Never mind the fact that I had to log into GuilfordNet with a username and password just to access the Administrative and Program Services Assessment draft report. Perhaps I am alone in thinking this information should be easier to obtain. In the 116-page PDF that is the APSA report, many recommendations...