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Player Profiles

By Milly Beccera       Name: Keenan Rashad Harris Age:23 Height:6’4 Weight:205 Position: guard/forward Wearing number 25 for the Jaguars this season is Keenan Harris. This “laid back” southern boy born in Birmingham, Alabama but raised in Decatur Georgia, is the perfect addition to the starting lineup for the GPC Jaguars Men’s basketball …

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Women’s soccer wins semifinal

By Alan Simpson   Rachael Schmidt scored the golden goal 1:47 into extra time, Vanessa Alexander scored twice during regulation and GPC squeaked by Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in the GCAA tournament semifinals in Albany Friday evening. After squandering chances during regulation, the Jaguars made extra time a short affair. …

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Men’s soccer advances to GCAA semis

By Alan Simpson   GPC will face second seed South Georgia in Albany at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 in the GCAA semifinals. The third seed Jaguars punched their ticket to Albany by beating Andrew College 3-1 at home in a first-round game. South Georgia earned a first-round bye and …

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Men’s soccer falls to Darton in extra time

By Alan Simpson [iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/MilgSium7iQ” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen] Darton College’s Jowayne Laidley had a goal and two assists to lead the Cavaliers to a 3-2 extra time victory over the host Jaguars Saturday afternoon at GPC’s Dunwoody campus. The matchup of NJCAA top-10 teams marked the first time the …

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Fall soccer preview

By Alan Simpson   Women The GPC women’s soccer team is looking to build on a strong 2011 campaign, in which the team went undefeated until the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association tournament final. GPC begins the season ranked 17th in the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Jaguars open with …

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A mother’s full-court press

By Rhett Lewis   Work the graveyard shift from 11 p.m. -7 a.m., get the kids to school by 8 a.m., attend your own classes from 8:30 a.m.- 2:15 p.m., pick the kids up at the bus stop at 2:30 p.m. and head home to study and do homework. Repeat …

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8 teams, 1 goal. Jaguars Pride!

It’s the last edition of The Collegian for the 2011-2012 school year and we thought it was the perfect time for a year end wrap up of all things GPC Jaguars athletics.  The Jags enjoyed a multitude of success on the pitch, field, and court this year and earned numerous …

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Jaguars softball hits a win

By Rhett Lewis   The GPC Jaguars’s softball team rode the right arm of starting pitcher Lauren Bell to victory versus Gordon College on April 3. The sophomore tossed a three hitter in a 4-2 victory that completed a doubleheader split versus their conferance rivals from Barnesville. The win snapped …

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Jaguars baseball are kings of the diamond

By Rhett Lewis In like lion, out like a lamb. The GPC Jaguars baseball team started March like a lion, downing opponents and climbing the national ranks, yet they never turned into that lamb you always here about in the folk tale. Instead, the Jaguars just kept defeating one unsuspecting team after another, …

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