Devils or Diplomats: Who Is Gettysburg College’s Biggest Athletic Rival?
Nov14

Devils or Diplomats: Who Is Gettysburg College’s Biggest Athletic Rival?

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor Though conference championships and national playoffs are the ultimate goal for every Gettysburg team, a season is not complete without a matchup against its two biggest rivals: Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall. Often times a win over either or both schools in a season is remembered more than any postseason accomplishments. Even better is a championship won by beating the Red Devils or Diplomats....

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A New Deal with Under Armour
Oct02

A New Deal with Under Armour

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor In June, the college announced a new deal with Under Armour for all athletic apparel. Now, four months later, some Gettysburg athletic teams are starting to see the fruits of the seven-year deal. Prior to the agreement, each team was more or less on their own to work in conjunction with the equipment room staff to decide what athletic brand they wanted to be outfitted in. This meant that there was a...

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Men’s Soccer Opens Centennial Play with a Shutout Win
Sep29

Men’s Soccer Opens Centennial Play with a Shutout Win

By Candace Means, Staff Writer This past Saturday, the Men’s Soccer Team gained another win against Washington College during their Centennial Conference opener. This was the Bullets’ second straight shutout this year. In the first half, the Bullets had multiple opportunities to score, but instead ran into trouble with Washington’s goalkeeper Gavin Campbell, the crossbar, or post. Right before the 37-minute mark, the Bullets were able...

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Women’s Soccer Remains Undefeated
Sep26

Women’s Soccer Remains Undefeated

By John Zak, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College Women’s Soccer team advanced to a dominant 6-0 record last Saturday following their road triumph against Washington College. The Bullets’ lone goal in the match came from Senior forward Charlotte Cenatiempo, her fourth of the season and second game-winner. The first half of the match was primarily a defensive affair, with the Washington team holding a 4-3 shot advantage over the...

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Field Hockey Splits Opening Games
Sep04

Field Hockey Splits Opening Games

By Candace Means, Staff Writer The Field Hockey team opened their season at home on August 30 against Shenandoah and came up short for second straight year, losing 4-1. However, the Bullets bounced back on Sunday to win a non-conference away game at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA. The Bullets took down the Generals by a score of 2-0. Junior Emma Bertrando and senior Julia Soares each scored a goal. Senior Jillian...

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