Women’s Basketball Takes Home Second Consecutive Conference Crown
Mar02

Women’s Basketball Takes Home Second Consecutive Conference Crown

By Zion Williams, Staff Writer Advancing to the Centennial Conference title game for the sixth consecutive season, the Bullets dominated Washington College 70-40 on Friday, Feb. 24, earning a chance to defend their title against rival Johns Hopkins. Fans returned to Bream Gym in full voice, wearing all black to match the blackout theme. The Bullets controlled the game from the beginning as the tip-off fell to forward Emily Violante...

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Men’s Basketball: Centennial Conference Tournament Recap
Feb27

Men’s Basketball: Centennial Conference Tournament Recap

By Zion Williams, Staff Writer The men’s basketball team enjoyed success in the first round of the Centennial Conference Championship, cruising to a 71-51 victory over Franklin & Marshall on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Unfortunately, the team fell 95-81 in the semifinals to no.15 Swarthmore on Friday, Feb. 24, ending their season. Tuesday night, students wearing white clothing packed the bleachers in Bream Gymnasium, creating both a...

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Bullets’ Swimmers Show Out at Conference Championships, Finish Second to Garnet
Feb26

Bullets’ Swimmers Show Out at Conference Championships, Finish Second to Garnet

By Charlie Miller, Staff Writer  Gettysburg College played host to the Centennial Conference Swim Championships this past weekend from Feb. 16 to 19, and while they achieved good results, they could not overtake the defending champions in Swarthmore. The Garnet men and women secured their second consecutive swimming conference title, with the men defeating Gettysburg 810.5-735.5, and the women besting the orange and blue 984-743.  A...

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MLB Offseason Recap and Preseason Preview
Feb24

MLB Offseason Recap and Preseason Preview

By Ben Simon, Staff Writer As the weather gets warmer and Punxsutawney Phil peeks his head out to predict the arrival of spring, the crack of the bat draws ever closer to the public eye. Indeed, baseball is set to wake up from its seasonal hibernation to bless us with its many signature moments and gifted athletes. But just because no games were played in the winter does not mean that there was no action to be seen; in fact, this...

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Captain Spotlight: Team Leadership in an Individualized Sport
Feb22

Captain Spotlight: Team Leadership in an Individualized Sport

By Colin Lawless, Staff Writer The Gettysburg wrestling team finished in fifth place at the 2023 Centennial Conference wrestling championship at Ursinus after scoring 47.5 points. They had four individual top-three finishes, led by Luke Kowalski’s ’24 individual title win at 133 lbs that earned him Most Outstanding Performer. Brendan Loder ’23 was runner-up at 197 lbs, Jake Stein ’23 finished third at 141 lbs, and a few others rounded...

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Bullets Sweep Swarthmore over Basketball Senior Weekend
Feb21

Bullets Sweep Swarthmore over Basketball Senior Weekend

By Jack Herr, Sports Editor The men’s and women’s basketball teams honored their seniors this past weekend before their respective games, both of which ended victoriously for the Bullets and kept the team’s momentums in high gear as they prepare for the conference playoffs.  The women’s team honored their lone senior, Meghan Barbera ’23, a biology major from Fort Washington, PA. She started at guard in 24 games this season and is...

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