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As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

February 26, 2015

Learn how adventure and service in the Dominican Republic prepared the GC Women's Volleyball team for a winning season in 2014.
2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium to Feature Artist Kenneth Steinbach

2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium to Feature Artist Kenneth Steinbach

February 25, 2015

The 2015 Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium guest will be Minneapolis-based artist Kenneth Steinbach, who will also speak in chapel on March 2. Learn more about his visit.
Familiar teams find way to SLIAC women's basketball tournament

Familiar teams find way to SLIAC women's basketball tournament

February 25, 2015

Familiar teams will battle it out in Louisville, Kentucky for the 2015 SLIAC Women's Basketball Tournament. Eureka College, Spalding University, and Westminster College all return from last year while Greenville College joins the group in the title chase.
Men’s track and field led by pair of NCCAA national championships

Men’s track and field led by pair of NCCAA national championships

February 21, 2015

The men’s track and field team earned sixth of 19 scoring teams at the NCCAA indoor national championships on Friday and Saturday. Senior Bruce Gray led the squad with national titles in the 55 meter and 200 meter dashes.
GC Names Fall 2014 Dean’s List and College Scholars

GC Names Fall 2014 Dean’s List and College Scholars

February 20, 2015

Greenville College is proud to recognize each of the students named to the Dean’s List and the College Scholar distinction for their accomplishments in the fall 2014 semester.
Students Learn the Art of Hospitality over Interterm

Students Learn the Art of Hospitality over Interterm

February 18, 2015

Interterm at Greenville College is a time of unique classes and experiences students will never forget. This past Interterm, Professor Jane Bell taught a class entitled “The Art of Hospitality” in which students learned valuable skills in preparing a meal, conversation etiquette, and hosting guests.

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Baseball opener postponed

Baseball opener postponed

February 26, 2015

The baseball team's season opening games against Washington - St. Louis and Coe are postponed.
As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

As Panthers Rise: Adventure, Service and Volleyball

February 26, 2015

Learn how adventure and service in the Dominican Republic prepared the GC Women's Volleyball team for a winning season in 2014.
Familiar teams find way to SLIAC women's basketball tournament

Familiar teams find way to SLIAC women's basketball tournament

February 25, 2015

Familiar teams will battle it out in Louisville, Kentucky for the 2015 SLIAC Women's Basketball Tournament. Eureka College, Spalding University, and Westminster College all return from last year while Greenville College joins the group in the title chase.
Men's basketball dropped by Webster

Men's basketball dropped by Webster

February 24, 2015

The men's basketball team finished their season with a 78-67 loss to conference tri-champion Webster on Tuesday night. Ron Harris closed his Greenville College basketball career with 17 points and 16 rebounds.
Women's basketball closes regular season with win

Women's basketball closes regular season with win

February 24, 2015

The women's basketball team closed their regular season with a 53-50 win over Webster. Greenville was led by Miranda Murray with 10 points and Kelly Lenz with 11 rebounds.
Men's basketball drops heartbreaker to Blackburn

Men's basketball drops heartbreaker to Blackburn

February 21, 2015

The men's basketball team saw their winning streak snapped as Blackburn came to town and handed the Panthers a 72-71 loss. On a day which honored seniors Jake Dewitt, Austin Hershberger, Ron Harris, Todd Albertson, Austin Potts, and Brandon Ramsour, the Panthers couldn't tie the game when they were at the free throw line with 2.9 seconds remaining.