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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, 2017

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...

Quakers’ new season filled with fresh faces

Quakers’ new season filled with fresh faces

Andrew Walker, Contributing Writer

February 9, 2017

Despite the cold, the Guilford College Baseball team has been practicing and their season has begun. The Quakers hope to improve on their record from last year of 17-24 overall and 6-14 in Old Dominion Athletic Conference(ODAC) play. Last year was their third season in a row with a losing record. “(The...

As fall sports finish, winter sports begin

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

December 2, 2016

As the fall sports season officially concludes and the campus makes its shift to the winter season, it is important to recognize the hard work and milestones of the student-athletes who have been working hard since the hot and humid days of August. It was a season that saw many great victories, postseason...

Men’s soccer kicks off season with new coach

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

For the Quakers’ men’s soccer team, last season is over and done with. This year is about starting fresh. This season, new head coach Cory Speed was introduced to the soccer team this season a week before soccer reported for camp, and his presence has already lifted the team’s overall morale. “Coach...

Women’s lax improves each game

The women’s lacrosse team faced Mary Washington in an energetic game this past Sunday.

James Sharpe, Senior Writer

March 4, 2016

“This year the team is small and young,” said senior midfielder Marina Bailey. “We have a lot of potential. Our biggest strength as a team is communication. “Everyone’s voice on our team is heard and encouraged.” The Guilford College women’s lacrosse team has long awaited the start...

Let’s play baseball: fresh faces ready for season

Let’s play baseball: fresh faces ready for season

William Breyer & James Sharpe, Staff Writers

February 19, 2016

“The team is looking good this year,” said head Guilford College baseball coach Nick Black ‘02. “(There are) lots of new faces meshing in with the returning team.” Guilford’s baseball season is officially underway. With many new faces, and plenty of returning players, the team has high ...

Indoor track restarts for the season

Kathryn Long & James Sharpe, Staff Writers

February 12, 2016

“I most certainly plan to break a record,” said senior middle distance runner Lucas Prillaman. “We are a small team, but we push each other, and it’s a great group to work with.” With a roster of only 18 on each of the men’s and women’s indoor track teams, Guilford College does not have...

Women’s soccer team motivated by pure love

Naari Honor, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015

I arrive at women’s head soccer coach Michael Shenigo’s office several minutes early to find him listening to an oldie-but-goodie whose name escapes me at the moment. While he ushers me in, I hate to intrude on the few minutes of free time he probably has had all day. With one quick scan of his...

20 years later, Guilford picked first again

The Guilford College Quakers run onfield last season. They charge into this year with high hopes, having outpaced 2014 league champions Hampden-Syndney in a preseason poll.

AJ Pasquale, Staff Writer

September 4, 2015

Lights. Camera. Quakers. In just one day the Guilford College Quakers take on the Greensboro College Pride under the Saturday night lights. The 2014 Guilford football team finished the season 8-2, and were named co-conference champions. It was a great season for the 2014 Quakers. There is a buzz a...