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By Ben Abrams Women’s Soccer The Women’s team opened the season with a 5-0 win over Gordon State College on Aug. 22. The Jaguars dominated in offense shooting 16 shots with nine on target. Gordon State only had three shots, with one on target. Courtney Dobeck, midfielder and forward, led …

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Sports Schedule

Information provided by GPC Athletics website MEN’S SOCCER 8/23- Finger Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, NY: 1 p.m. 8/24- Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY: 1 p.m. 8/30- Louisburg vs. Darton State, Dunwoody, GA: 1 p.m. 8/31: Louisburg vs. GPC Dunwoody, GA: 1 p..m. WOMEN’S SOCCER 8/8- TBA, Clarkston, GA: TBA 8/15- …

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Sports Briefs

By Hope Dickson Welcome back Jaguars! Another semester means another sports season for GPC. There are, however, some highlights from this summer that require a congratulations to our Jaguars! GPC sophomores, Dustin Beggs and J.T. Phillips, were both drafted for the Major League Baseball organizations in the 2014 MLB First-Year …

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Sports Briefs

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By Kamille Penn Jaguar Softball The Jaguars brought their record to 22-17 at the end of this season. On March 30, they added a 2-0 win and 5-3 loss against Middle Georgia College to their record. The Jaguars won their double-header against South Georgia College 1-0 and 4-2 at the …

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Farewell, Jaguars!

By Hope Dickson As we are getting ready to finish the semester, the athletic spring season is coming to a close. Over the past several months, our Jaguars were hard at play in baseball, softball, basketball and tennis. Now that the semester is coming to a close, we want to …

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March Madness at GPC

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By Kamille Penn The men’s Jaguars Basketball team ended their season with a three-point loss to Chattahoochee Tech Eagles on Feb. 27. In the final intense minute of the game, the Eagles took a one point lead after a dunk, and won the game with two free throws within 10 …

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GPC Baseball Still Plays Through The Ice

By Hope Dickson The recent weather shut down GPC campuses, but the GPC men’s baseball team members haven’t felt a thing and continue to gear up for games in this weather. Despite the weather, Head Coach Brett Campbell has a positive outlook for his team. “The season is still young,” …

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