The Guilfordian

Quakers finish fall season still going strong

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

December 4, 2015

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...

Warriors, Rockets, Hawks, Cavaliers in playoffs

Zach Lindsey, Staff Writer

April 24, 2015

The 2014-15 season has been a whirlwind for many teams in the National Basketball Association. Now, with the NBA playoffs having gotten cranked up on April 18, 16 teams are vying for the coveted NBA Championship. Each of the top-seeded teams is led by one of the league’s most talented players: guard...

ACC Tournament to move away from Greensboro

ACC Tournament to move away from Greensboro

Corbin Barwick, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

Since the formation of the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1959, the city of Greensboro has become a staple for the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Despite changing locations throughout ACC country, the city has hosted the tournament five of the last six years. With the ACC tournament being...

Teams that didn’t make the cut

Josh Ballard, Staff Writer

November 9, 2012

Of the 12 total collegiate sports offered by the athletics department, only half are offered to both men and women. Other traditional collegiate sports, like men’s swimming and volleyball and women’s golf and wrestling aren’t offered at all. “I feel like if we have a men’s golf team we should...

Guilford – Greensboro College rivalry: the origins

Charlotte Hudson, Staff Writer

September 14, 2012

UNC—Duke; UNC—NC State; Appalachian State—Western Carolina; North Carolina A&T—North Carolina Central; Eastern Carolina—NC State; Guilford—Greensboro College. What do these institutions have in common? All are well-known, famous or relatively obscure college sport rivalries in the...