Laura Hall '16 (John Bell photo, www.touchalifephotography.com)
Guilford's Hall Remains Humble Despite Many Accomplishments June 22, 2016 Pittsburgh Times-Review, Softball
Caleb Kimbrough '08 (left), Pete Hamilton, Tom Palombo (Scott Ingram photo)
Guilford's Kimbrough Named Associate Head Coach at Huntingdon June 2, 2016 AlabamaNews.net, Men's Basketball
Guilford Soccer Alum Tony Roscia '90 Is Making a Difference June 2, 2016 Mercerspace.com, Men's Soccer
Jordan Starke '19
Starke Completes Softball Season at Guilford May 16, 2016 The Progress-Index, Softball
Joe Metts '17
Metts Makes His Mark With Guilford Baseball Team May 12, 2016 Asheville Citizen-Times, Baseball
The Ithaca Pipeline: Little Red Alums Revitalize Guilford Lacrosse Program May 3, 2016 After enduring a period of aimlessness, the Guilford men's lacrosse program has been revitalized, due in part to a pipeline of talent between a New York college town and Guilford College.
Guilford celebrates Andrew McDonagh's game-winning goal (Emily Zegel '18 photo)
McDonagh's Overtime Game-Winner Gives Guilford ODAC Win Over Randolph April 30, 2016 The senior's second goal of the day clinched the sixth and final spot in next week's ODAC Tournament.
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Adam Fiore '16
Lynchburg Takes 22-11 ODAC Men's Lacrosse Decision Over Guilford April 23, 2016 Adam Fiore tallied six points for the Quakers on three goals and three assists.
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The Quakers celebrate one of Zach Berkowitz's four goals. (Ava Nadel '17 photo)
Berkowitz and Fiore Power Guilford to Men's Lacrosse Win Over Randolph-Macon April 16, 2016 Both attackmen tallied five points in the Quakers' 9-7 home win Saturday.
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Erik Fries '17, Cam Davis '16 (Ashly Bennington '16 photo)
Hampden-Sydney Rallies Past Guilford For 11-7 Men's Lacrosse Win April 13, 2016 Erik Fries and Cam Davis both had three ground balls for the Quakers.
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where are they now

CATCHING UP WITH GABBY OGLESBY '14 Guilford's diverse and friendly population helped the basketball star find success and prepared her for life in Washington, D.C., as a small-business owner.
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