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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Retention Rates Vary Widely Among Varsity Teams at Gettsyburg College
Feb27

Retention Rates Vary Widely Among Varsity Teams at Gettsyburg College

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor While seven in ten student-athletes who join the women’s lacrosse team at the outset of their college careers are still on the team by the time their senior year rolls around, less than half of football players stay on the team through their senior season. According to an analysis of eight Gettysburg College teams (men’s and women’s basketball, football, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s...

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Gettysburg Baseball is Back
Feb24

Gettysburg Baseball is Back

By Kyle Miller, Staff Writer It is nearly March and that means it is time for Bullets baseball! Gettysburg is set to open their season on the road on March 1st against Marymount. The Bullets are looking to bounce back after a below-average season last year finishing 17-20 overall, and 5-13 in the tough Centennial Conference. The pre-season polls have not given the Bullets very much respect as they are ranked second to last in the...

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Weekend Sports Roundup: Big Weekend as Winter Sports End, Spring Sports Begin
Feb22

Weekend Sports Roundup: Big Weekend as Winter Sports End, Spring Sports Begin

By Garrett Glaeser, Sports Editor It was a busy weekend for Gettysburg College athletics as the Bullets played host to a quartet of games Saturday afternoon plus Centennial Conference championship competition in swimming all weekend. Centennial Conference Swimming Championships The Gettysburg College Bullets Pool has been a bustling venue since Thursday as the Centennial Conference Championships are three-fourths of the way complete,...

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Tenth Ranked Men’s Lacrosse Beats Messiah
Feb20

Tenth Ranked Men’s Lacrosse Beats Messiah

By Jack Herr, Contributing Writer Lacrosse season is back! The No. 10 Gettysburg College Men’s Lacrosse Team defeated the unranked Messiah College Falcons 16-10 this past Saturday to start off their season 1-0. The game was closely contested in the first three quarters, each team scoring back and forth and playing very strong defense. However, in the fourth quarter, the Bullets quickly scored 6 straight goals to seal the victory. It...

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