The Guilfordian

Baseball spring season getting into full swing

Baseball spring season getting into full swing

Andrew Walker, Sports and Web Editor

March 23, 2018

The Guilford College baseball team started slow, but has been improving over the season. The team has a 10-8-1 record including a five-game winning streak from March 9 to 15. “We started off on a slow start, but as of right now, we’re really hitting the ball, working as a team and just taking...

Men’s tennis look to follow last season with energy

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Managing Editor

February 23, 2018

Guilford’s men’s tennis team is hoping history repeats itself. The Quakers were tabbed third in the 2016-17 Old Dominion Athletic Conference preseason poll and concluded the season one spot above at second in the league. The team advanced to the conference title match for the first time in the...

Baseball swings into action this season

Nate Williams, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018

Head coach Nick Black and his baseball team are ready for the season, but inexperience is a looming threat to their start. Last season, Guilford’s baseball team missed Old Dominion Athletic Conference playoffs by a slim margin. They put up intimidating stats, hitting 10 home runs, a .316 team batting...

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...

Conference softball tourney concludes, team awaits national tournament announcement

Jake Whitsett and DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Staff Writer and Sports Editor

May 22, 2017

With the conclusion of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Softball Tournament this past weekend, Guilford’s softball team’s season has arrived at its conclusion. This season was a historic campaign with the team finishing with the best record in school history (30-13). The team has much to build...

Seniors prepare for graduation and post-collegiate life

Tray Lynch, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

All the late nights spent in the library devoted to writing papers and studying for exams are over now. You did it. You made it through college. There is an undoubtedly enormous emphasis on a student’s senior year of college: a sense of pride that against all odds you made it to the finish line. “Being...

The life of a lacrosse player: for the love of the game

The life of a lacrosse player: for the love of the game

Chase Clausen, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

A normal day for lacrosse starts at 4 p.m. Players flood the locker room before four. The early birds usually get treatment from trainers Jared and Danielle. There is nothing soft about lacrosse. I have seen players injure their knees, dislocate shoulders, break hands and suffer concussions. You...

Moving on up: impending graduation of class of 2013

Moving on up: impending graduation of class of 2013

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

May 10, 2013

“It’s hard to put four years into a small statement,” said senior Phil Hong. “When I look back, I remember the ups and downs, the stresses of exams and papers, and the meaningful relationships I have made here. Guilford has been a second or third home to me.” Hong, along with numerous others,...

Game, set, match: tennis ladies serving up the season’s mishaps, successes

Game, set, match: tennis ladies serving up the season’s mishaps, successes

Kim Kleimeier, Staff Writer

April 19, 2013

Sunburned, tired but happy, the women’s tennis team pulled off a close win against Randolph College in Virginia during their second match of the day. The first victory was hard-won against Old Dominion Athletic Conference rivals Lynchburg College. Now, we are all looking forward to a shower, some food...