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Sophomore Asa Bell shows work ethic on and off track

Sophomore Asa Bell shows work ethic on and off track

KJ Dorsey, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

While in college, it’s hard for student-athletes to extend their time between sports, academics and social life. For the ones that can like sophomore Asa Bell being well-rounded and versatile allows him to clear hurdles on the path to success. Since 2017, Bell has been a part of Guilford’s track...

Chemistry struggles hinder soccer season

Chemistry struggles hinder soccer season

DaeQuan Fitzgerald, Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2018


Filed under In Print, Sports, Top Stories

Head coach Stephanie Webb recently finished her second season as the head coach of Guilford College’s women’s soccer team, with a similar showing to last season. The Quakers finished 6-10 overall, 4-6 in Old Dominion Athletic Conference play, placing ninth in the conference. This is Guilford’s...

Dabbing should be a universal right

Dabbing should be a universal right

Aarushi Ahuja, World & Nation Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under In Print, Opinion

After watching the seventh K-pop performance include a dab in its choreography back in August, I was sick and tired of the fad. Comments like, “this is so late!” and, “when will this go away?” spammed the YouTube comments under each video. At that point, I couldn’t agree more with these...

Coach Cory Speed returns for another season

Coach Cory Speed returns for another season

Jonathan Hudson, Staff Writer

September 8, 2017


Filed under In Print, Sports

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...

Soccer team prepares for new coach, players

Soccer team prepares for new coach, players

March 5, 2017


Filed under Archives, Sports

For the fall 2017-18 athletic season, the Quaker men’s soccer team will find themselves embarking on new terrain. Not only will over half of the team be composed of new faces due to the graduation of 11 members, but the coaching staff will have taken on a new dynamic as well, one that may prove to...

Premier League squares off in matches

James Sharpe, Senior Writer

April 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

This is unlikely. Leicester City is at the top of the Premier League poll, followed by Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal. Tottenham and Manchester City both have 19 wins and Arsenal has 18, but somehow the underdog, Leicester City, has 22 wins. “Unbelievable,” said Leicester City manager...

A look at the past with Kurt Kuykendall

James Sharpe, Senior Writer

March 4, 2016


Filed under Sports

I remember arriving in Xenia, Ohio. Knowing absolutely no one but seeing so many smiling faces wandering around, and everyone was speaking with each other. We were a great group of guys ready to travel abroad and play soccer. Suddenly, everyone became silent. An older man began to speak to us. His...

Quakers finish fall season still going strong

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

December 4, 2015


Filed under Sports

What truly signifies winter has begun for the typical sports fan? When fall sports officially come to an end. Just a few weeks ago, each Guilford College fall sports team wrapped up its season, each having their own individual achievements attained throughout the season. Whether it was on a...

Fall sports update: Quakers finish up season

Fall sports update: Quakers finish up season

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

October 30, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

As the weather becomes cooler and the trees begin to light up in an array of colors, it is obvious the midst of fall is upon Guilford College. One thing not cooling down is the Guilford College sports teams seasons, as things are heating up with teams in the final games of conference play. Each...