Gettysburgian Sports Editor Completes DIY March Madness
Apr18

Gettysburgian Sports Editor Completes DIY March Madness

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor Back in mid-March the NCAA canceled what many find the best sporting event of the year. I, along with many college basketball fans, were devastated. The back-to-back days of first and second round games is unlike any other day in sports. Last year, I spent virtually the entire month of March glued to the Bullet Hole TVs. This year, if I couldn’t watch March Madness, I knew I had to do something about...

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Former Army Assistant Tapped as Football Team’s New Offensive Coordinator
Apr09

Former Army Assistant Tapped as Football Team’s New Offensive Coordinator

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor New Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Marcus Edwards faces a significant challenge to resolve some of the Bullets’ scoring struggles: over the past three seasons, the Bullets Football Team has averaged 16.2 points per game while their opponents have averaged 38.3 Edwards comes to Gettysburg by way of West Point, having coached wide receivers at Army and before that at Stony Brook, which...

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Centennial Conference Suspends All Spring Athletic Activity
Mar12

Centennial Conference Suspends All Spring Athletic Activity

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor The Centennial Conference has suspended all spring athletics practices and competitions until further notice beginning Monday, Mar. 16, which puts a pause on all Gettysburg College athletic competition. The announcement, which was tweeted on Thursday, Mar. 12, stated that “Conference leadership and the Presidents Council will continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation and regularly assess the...

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Softball Returns to the Diamond
Mar05

Softball Returns to the Diamond

                            By John Zak, Staff Writer The Gettysburg College Softball Team split a hard-fought double header Saturday against Mary Washington, winning the first match 17-10 and losing the second 6-5. During the first game, the Bullets found themselves down 2-0 as the Mary Washington Eagles scored off a baserunner from a walk that reached home on a...

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Women’s Basketball Falls Short in Championship
Mar04

Women’s Basketball Falls Short in Championship

                            By Jack Herr, Contributing Writer This weekend, the Gettysburg Women’s Basketball team competed in its fourth consecutive Centennial Conference Championship Game. But they were unable to hang on and defeat the Haverford Black Squirrels, losing 49-46 in a tightly contested match. Haverford has now won two straight Centennial Conference...

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Women’s Lacrosse Team Ranked Number Three in National Polls After Weekend Win
Mar03

Women’s Lacrosse Team Ranked Number Three in National Polls After Weekend Win

By Colin Lawless, Staff Writer The Bullets Women’s Lacrosse team stayed perfect this weekend as they took down No. 21 ranked Denison 13-6 on Saturday. The Bullets improved to 3-0 and began a five-game stretch of facing nationally-ranked opponents. The Bullets got off to a hot start by scoring the first five goals of the game. Bri Stokes ‘21 scored the first two and assisted the second two by dishing to Courtney Patterson ‘20 and Maria...

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