The men's basketball team came up short against Webster on Saturday as they lost 128-109 in a game that determined the host of the SLIAC tournament. With two wins over Greenville this season, Webster took the SLIAC tournament hosting rights that Greenville held over the last two seasons.
The men's basketball team suffered a 161-153 loss to Eureka on the road on Monday night as they slipped a half-game behind Webster in the SLIAC standings. The Panthers remaining games are against Westminster and Webster who are both in SLIAC tournament positions.
After a 167 point performance on Thursday night, the Greenville men's basketball team managed to keep the record books unsettled on Saturday as they reached 200 points in a 200-146 win over Fontbonne. Before the game, Greenville honored nine seniors - Kieshaun Young-Jones, Johari Dix, Anthony Zataray, Swade Edwards, Isiah Price, Daniel Saeli, Josias Parker, Marquis Scott, and Adam Warren - for their contributions to a Greenville basketball program that is the three-time defending SLIAC champion.
The men's basketball team picked up a road win at Blackburn on Saturday as they came out on top 128-115. The Panthers were led by the scoring provided by Eric Williams who had 31 points in the contest.
In a game that was dubbed the SLIAC Game of the Week, the men's basketball team and Webster competed in a contest that Webster led throughout the second half in the Gorloks 130-122 win over the Panthers. The game featured seven ties and 13 lead changes.
Eric Williams' performance last week led him to be named the SLIAC Player of the Week. Williams, a junior from Memphis, Tenn., scored a game-high 36 points in his team's win over Iowa Wesleyan, helping the Panthers remain undefeated in conference play.
The men's basketball team kept their winning streak alive with a 145-123 victory at Dominican on Tuesday night. Johari Dix made his return to a suburb of his hometown Chicago and ended as Greenville's high scorer in the game with 24 points.
Nicholas Morrow of the Oakland Raiders and Greenville University invites the community to its "Share the Warmth" coat drive on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 1 to 3 p.m. at H.J. Long Gymnasium on the campus of Greenville University.
The men's basketball team led from start to finish as they defeated Olivet, the 2018 MIAA regular season co-champion, 136-127 on Friday night. The Panthers featured a scoring attack that saw eight players reach double figures in the victory.
The men's basketball continued their strong non-conference schedule with a game against Hope who received votes in the first NCAA Division III national poll. The Panthers led by as many as 11 but fell 139-129 in a first round game at the North Park tournament.