The Guilfordian

Student and athlete thoughts on spring sports

Sophie Gray, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

COVID-19 has put a complete damper on allowing college athletes to play the sports that they have committed to playing. The Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) is convinced that if student athletes...

Quaker sports returning to practice

Lideah Shivley, Staff Writer October 29, 2020

Everyone is wearing masks. Hand-sanitizing stations are located in every building. This is our new “normal.” Ever since students returned to campus this fall, uncertainty over the virus has...

Women’s basketball dominates in early games

Nia Gill, Staff Writer December 20, 2019

Women’s basketball has had a successful season thus far, as they approach conference play. Through six games the Quakers are yet to lose, posting a 6-0 record. The team enters the season as the favorite...

Junior Julie Carini searches for an open teammate in a Nov. 4 scrimmage.

Women’s basketball adding depth in 2019

Trey Kawugule, Sports Editor December 3, 2019

Guilford women’s basketball team impressed in the 2018-19 season. The team finished 20-6, only losing two Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) matchups, a record that led it to a regular-season ODAC...

Guilford College Womens Basketball Ramsey

Basketball exceeds expectations with young team

Andrew Walker, Sports and Web Editor March 16, 2018

The Guilford women’s basketball season ended with a loss in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals to Washington and Lee University on Feb. 22. Although the season might have...

Women’s team looks to shock the ODAC

Andrew Walker, Sports Editor January 19, 2018

The Guilford College women’s basketball team has exceeded expectations in the first half of the season. The young team has picked up head coach Stephanie Flamini’s system faster than expected. “Slowly...

Sophomore Gabby Oglesby blocks out the pressure and succeeds on the court

Sophomore Gabby Oglesby blocks out the pressure and succeeds on the court

Zach Morgan , Sports Editor April 20, 2012

As a young athlete, statements are made in practices and games to motivate. “Good job.” “Run ten gassers, because you didn’t get back on ‘D’ in last night’s game.” Many are supportive,...

Jeremy Lin, reviving the Knicks & NBA and making history

Jeremy Lin, reviving the Knicks & NBA and making history

Haejin Song, Staff Writer March 20, 2012

May the Best Man Lin. Lincredible. Lin your Face. The headlines are at it again… Linsanity, that is. Fans from all across the nation chant his name, #17 New York Knicks jersey sales are off the charts,...

Keep it in-house: teams need lessons in Communication 101

Keep it in-house: teams need lessons in Communication 101

Zach Morgan, Sports Editor March 20, 2012

Maintaining confidences are important in life as well as in team play. It builds the camaraderie that allows a team to move in a cohesive motion towards the ultimate goal of finishing their season in the...

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