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Women’s soccer prepares for Old Dominion Athletic Conference as regular season ends

Women’s soccer prepares for Old Dominion Athletic Conference as regular season ends

Daezia Rolling, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

Resilience. The women’s soccer team preached the word during their practices and team discussions. The Quakers’ goal this season is to succeed in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament. This may become difficult after a rule change from previous seasons where the top 10 teams in the conference...

Fall sports update: Quakers finish up season

Fall sports update: Quakers finish up season

Reese Setzer, Sports Editor

October 30, 2015

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...

Women’s soccer team motivated by pure love

Naari Honor, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015

I arrive at women’s head soccer coach Michael Shenigo’s office several minutes early to find him listening to an oldie-but-goodie whose name escapes me at the moment. While he ushers me in, I hate to intrude on the few minutes of free time he probably has had all day. With one quick scan of his...

Women’s soccer team learns, grows, perseveres through disappointments

Women’s soccer team learns, grows, perseveres through disappointments

Juliet Magoon, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

As women across the world kick through glass ceilings and stereotypes, so does the Guilford College women’s soccer team. The women’ did not have as many wins as players had hoped for. However, the team feels they have improved as a whole. “The season didn’t go as desired,” said junior...

Caroline Bishop excels in soccer, motivates the team

Caroline Bishop excels in soccer, motivates the team

Olivia Werner, Staff Writer

November 22, 2013

At the age of five, senior women’s soccer player Caroline Bishop laced up her first pair of cleats. Since, her determination has kept the ball rolling. “She played at a very high level in high school,” said her father, Jeff Bishop, in an email interview. “She became captain, played in several...

Soccer alum Bri Eilman becomes new assistant coach

Soccer alum Bri Eilman becomes new assistant coach

Allison DeBusk, Staff Writer

September 7, 2012

Some players’ passion for their sport is so strong that they never want to leave. This is the case for the new Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Bri Eilman. Eilman graduated from Guilford last year after three stellar years on the women’s soccer team. During her career at Guilford, she totaled...

Fall athletes confident and amped for upcoming season

Clarence Turpin, Staff Writer

August 31, 2012

Regardless of the previous year's results, all six of the Guilford College fall sports teams remain optimistic that the 2012 seasons will yield results worthy of acclaim. Football Head Football Coach Chris Rusiewicz, approaches every season with the attitude that an undefeated season is expected. “You’re...