Women's Cross Country

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
Rebecca Reyna '16 (Sideline Media Productions)
Reyna, Fanney Set New School Standard at ODAC Championship October 31, 2015 Rebecca Reyna and Sommer Fanney shattered the five-year six-kilometer school record with a pair of top-20 finishes as the Quakers place eighth.
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Tess Stryk '16 (left), Elisabeth Marshall '19 (r) photo
Tess Stryk Discovers Passion for Running at Guilford October 21, 2015 The former soccer captain bypassed her senior season on the pitch to pursue a newfound passion.
Fanney, Reyna Run Top-Ten All-Time Finishes, Quakers Place Ninth at Regional Preview October 17, 2015 Sommer Fanney's finish cracked the top five in program history while Rebecca Reyna's finish placed seventh all-time.
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Quakers Place Second Among Division III Schools at Hagan-Stone Classic October 3, 2015 Rebecca Reyna led the Quakers with a third-place finish in the Division III race as the race was moved to Kernersville's Redmon Park.
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Quakers Finish 3rd at Chick-Fil-A Invitational September 18, 2015 Sommer Fanney ran the ninth-fastest time in school history while Rebecca Reyna ran the tenth-fastest time in program history.
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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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