Guilford Guilford College Athletics Update

Posted by Don Moore on March 26, 2008 at 3:07 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

Baseball Guilford’s baseball team dropped a 9-2 decision to crosstown-rival Greensboro College Tuesday night at NewBridge Bank Park in Greensboro. Josh Sumler went one-for-four with an RBI and reliever Drew Gurkin fanned five in two innings of work. Follow the link below for the story and statistics, courtesy of Greensboro College Sports Information: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/baseball/releases/2008/G-boro2.html

The Quakers dropped an Old Dominion Athletic Conference twinbill at Hampden-Sydney College Saturday. The Tigers took the opener, 2-0, despite a strong pitching performance by Guilford’s Ryan Hairston. David Helms homered and Phil Drew went four-for-four in the nightcap, but Hampden-Sydney rallied for a 6-5 triumph. Follow the link below for the story and statistics from the games: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/baseball/releases/2008/HSC.html

Men’s Tennis Guilford avenged a loss to Division I foe Winston-Salem State Tuesday, 6-3. The Quakers won all three doubles points for their third win in four matches. Follow the link below for the full results: http://www.guilford.edu/sports/MTennis/2007-08/html/gcm-10.htm

The Quakers dropped a hard-fought Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) contest to visiting Roanoke College Saturday, 7-2. The Maroons are ranked 16th in March 18 South Atlantic Region Division III rankings. Three of the Quakers’ singles setbacks went three sets and the Maroons won all three doubles points by identical 8-6 scores. Follow the link below for the full results: http://www.guilford.edu/sports/MTennis/2007-08/html/gcm-09.htm

Guilford knocked off Division I foe North Carolina Central University March 21, 6-1. Caleb Kimbrough and Ryo Kawai pulled out three-set wins and second- and fourth-singles, respectively. Follow the link below for the full results: http://www.guilford.edu/sports/MTennis/2007-08/html/gcm-08.htm

The Quakers posted a 5-4 win over Methodist University March 20. The Monarchs are ranked 14th in the March 18 ITA Division III South Region Rankings. Guilford won five of six singles contests, including three three-set decisions. Follow the link below for the full results: http://www.guilford.edu/sports/MTennis/2007-08/html/gcm-07.htm

Men’s Basketball Guilford’s Ben Strong collected first-team All-America honors from DIII News, D3hoops.com and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) last week for the second straight season. The senior center was also named the south region’s top player by D3hoops.com and the NABC. On Tuesday, the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association announced Strong as the lone unanimous selection to the organization’s college division all-state team. Follow the link below for details of Strong’s latest accomplishments: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/mbball/releases.html

Women’s Lacrosse Senior Mary Hutchins captured the Guilford Student-Athlete of the Week Award, presented by the school’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council Monday. She scored a season-high seven points on three goals and four assists in Guilford’s 18-6 victory over Greensboro College March 18. Hutchins also set the school record for career draw controls in the win. Follow the link below for the full release: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/wlax/releases/2008/Hutchins-saotw.html

Men’s Lacrosse The Quakers fell at the University of the South Friday night, 11-10, in overtime. The setback marked Guilford’s third by two goals or less. Todd Bochenek made his season debut with a game-high six points on three goals and three assists. Follow the link below for the story and statistics, courtesy of Sewanee Sports Information: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/mlax/releases/2008/Sewanee.html

Softball Guilford split a nonconference doubleheader at Meredith College March 21. The Quakers won the opener, 12-1, in five innings behind pitcher Taryn Pulvermuller’s first win of the season. Meredith came back to win the nightcap, 4-3, thanks to an unearned run in the seventh inning. Follow the link below for the story and statistics: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/softball/releases/2008/Meredith.html

The Quakers fell to visiting North Carolina Wesleyan March 20 in nonconference action. The Battling Bishops scored a 12-1 win in the opener and rallied for a 6-5 win in the nightcap. Follow the link below for the story and statistics: http://www.guilford.edu/athletics/softball/releases/2008/NCWC.html

*** For the most updated Guilford athletics scores and schedules, call the Guilford College Sports Hotline 24 hours a day at 336-316-2500 (x8107). Dial 2501 (x8107) from Guilford’s campus. ***

Coming Up In Guilford Athletics
Wednesday, March 26

Softball (9-13-1, 0-6 ODAC) at Emory & Henry, Emory, Va., 2:00 p.m.
Men’s Tennis (6-4, 2-1 ODAC) at Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va., 4:00 p.m.
Women’s Tennis (4-1, 1-1 ODAC) at Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va., 4:00 p.m.
Women’s Lacrosse (3-3) vs. Methodist, Armfield Athletic Center, 6:00 p.m.

Friday, March 28
Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate, Paradise Point G.C., Camp Lejeune, N.C.

Saturday, March 29
Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate, Paradise Point G.C., Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Baseball (12-14, 2-6 ODAC) at Washington and Lee (DH), Cap’n Smith Field, Lexington, Va., 12 noon
Softball vs. Eastern Mennonite, Haworth Field, 2:00 p.m.
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Virginia Wesleyan, Armfield Athletic Center, 3:00 p.m.
Men’s Lacrosse (2-5, 0-0 ODAC) vs. Randolph-Macon, Armfield Athletic Center, 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 30
Golf at Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate, Paradise Point G.C., Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Sewanee, Armfield Athletic Center, 12 noon
Men’s Tennis at Virginia Wesleyan, Virginia Beach, Va., 12 noon
Women’s Tennis at Virginia Wesleyan, Virginia Beach, Va., 12 noon
Softball at Averett, Danville, Va., 1:00 p.m.


Comments are closed.