Osaka Serves Athletic Community Thoughts on Mental Health
Jun10

Osaka Serves Athletic Community Thoughts on Mental Health

By Jack Herr, Sports Editor Tennis star Naomi Osaka recently withdrew from the French Open, citing mental health reasons, which sparked a conversation about the pressure on professional and collegiate athletes.  The French Open is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments, which are the most prestigious events in the tennis universe. While her departure may seem sudden, Osaka revealed that this was a calculated decision meant to...

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The Class of 2021 in Sports
May31

The Class of 2021 in Sports

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor This year’s graduating class of athletes have had their daily routines and expectations consistently upended for the past year. Many athletes still have vivid memories from last March when spring teams on spring break trips had to rapidly pack up and go home. However, their success is still remarkable and indicative of a continual rise in Gettysburg athletics. With the loss of this academic year’s...

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Final Weekend: Taking on the Diplomats and Postseason Play

By Jack Herr, Staff Writer Gettysburg teams had a wild weekend of competition to finish off the semester. Let’s take a look at how the different Bullets teams ended their seasons. Softball Claims Conference Crown, Advances to the Postseason The softball team had a dominant weekend, sweeping McDaniel, winning the Centennial Conference title, and moving on to the NCAA tournament. They won game one 12-3 in six innings and game two 7-3....

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Analysis: How Does Gettysburg Stack Up Against Centennial Conference Competitors?
May10

Analysis: How Does Gettysburg Stack Up Against Centennial Conference Competitors?

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor In the Centennial Conference’s twenty-eight years of existence, Gettysburg has won its fair share of games and championships. Walk the halls of the Jaeger Center and you’ll see walls adorned with images of outstanding teams and players. Just below the coaches’ offices are cabinets full of trophies and hall of fame inductees over the college’s long history.  Gettysburg’s first varsity sport was...

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Week 5 Roundup: Bullets in Full Swing
Apr29

Week 5 Roundup: Bullets in Full Swing

By Colin Lawless, Staff Writer Gettysburg teams entered Week 5 prepared to keep all their seasons rolling. Here’s a breakdown of the competition. Men’s and Women’s Tennis Shut Out Green Terror Men’s Tennis finished their last home match on a high note, taking down McDaniel 9-0. The Bullets won on third doubles and fifth and sixth singles by way of forfeits. They won both doubles with first-years Alex Kagen and Michael Zayneh...

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Golf and Track Update
Apr22

Golf and Track Update

By David Goldman, Staff Writer Gettysburg’s golf teams, as well as the track and field teams, have been knee deep in competition thus far. Both programs are excited to be able to finally compete again within the Centennial Conference. Here are how these teams are faring against opponents this year. Men’s Track and Field Men’s track and field opened their season on Apr. 10, heading over to Carlisle, PA to compete in the Dickinson...

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