The Guilfordian

Winter sports teams conclude successful seasons

DaeQuan Fitzgerald & Reese Setzer, Staff Writer & Sports Editor

March 25, 2016

While most spent winter break at home on their couches bingeing shows on Netflix, our winter sports teams were hard at work, resulting in an array of successes. This success carried into the spring semester, and each of the teams has something to look back upon and be proud of. The men’s basketball...

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...

Teams fundraise to battle budget cuts

Nick Carratu, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

It is not uncommon for Guilford athletes and coaches to host special events to raise extra money for their sports clubs and teams. Whether it is for new equipment, uniforms or travel, fundraising has a significant impact on a team’s ability to perform over the season. “I do believe that budget...

Running towards victory: track and field team on path to championship

Kevin Engle, Staff Writer

February 22, 2013

As the arrival of spring nears and with it, the transition into spring sports, and the winter sports teams will soon begin wrapping up their seasons. For the indoor track and field team, Feb. 22 marks the event they have been training for all season: conference championships. “I think our team...

Throwing, running and passing into spring sports

Throwing, running and passing into spring sports

John Kluepfel, Staff Writer

February 15, 2013

Guilford athletes are gearing up for the spring sports season in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Guilford’s spring teams are all looking forward to a strong season. Men’s Baseball Previous Record: 21–20 Head Coach: Nick Black ’02 Preseason Conference Ranking: 5th Junior ...

Underrepresented runners moved out of the spotlight

Underrepresented runners moved out of the spotlight

McCaffrey Blauner, Staff Writer

November 9, 2012

A flitting shadow in the trees, glimpsed only for a moment. A shape, too fleet-footed for the eye to follow, tearing down some forested trail. One might speculate that they have caught a glimpse of a species of Appalachian Bigfoot, driven from its mountainous home by global warming. No! It’s Guilford’s...