Guilford Receives Votes in D3Football.com Preseason Poll The Quakers return 18 starters from last year's 9-1 team that narrowly missed a playoff berth. Full Story
Guilford Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Excellence The Quakers had 133 students receive Academic All-ODAC honors for the 2015-16 year. Full Story
Remembering Guilford Athletics Hall of Famer Al Johns '51 August 20, 2016 Citrus County Chronicle, Alumni
Calvary's Shortt To Continue Academic and Baseball Career at Guilford July 27, 2016 Winston-Salem Journal, Baseball
Two Former Quakers Named to Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame May 31, 2016 Tommy Grayson '68 and Darlene Joyner '81 enjoyed highly successful scholastic coaching career after their playing days at Guilford.
Guilford Adds Five More to Football Class of 2020 May 16, 2016 A pair of Georgians, plus three Piedmont-area standouts bring the Quakers' announced incoming class to 20 students.
Football Releases Third Round of Incoming Recruits May 3, 2016 Two linebackers, two defensive backs and one running back bring football recruiting class of 2020 to 15.
Guilford Honors the Best in Athletics at 2016 Quakies Awards May 1, 2016 Six students took home major awards at the annual year end athletics department awards ceremony, which included the debut of the Quakie Awards, presented by Guilford Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
Nathan Fulbright Plays Through The Pain The Quakers' catcher lost his father to cancer in 2014, and used the game his father taught him to push through the loss.
Tess Stryk Discovers Passion for Running at Guilford The former soccer captain bypassed her senior season on the pitch to pursue a newfound passion.
Visit www.ODAConline.com & Vote For Guilford As The ODAC Football Play of the Week! This improbable, record-setting catch by Adam Smith is Guilford's nomination for the ODAC's top play. One vote per browser / device.
2015 Guilford Football Teaser Video Get ready for the Quakers' upcoming season with this video compiled by assistant coach Ben Abitz.
Drew Thompson After Day Two of the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship Drew Thompson fired a second-round 69 to move into sole possession of second place as the Quakers stand tied for seventh place at the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship at Grandover Resort in Greensboro.
W, 77-13 Final
W, 55-7 Final
W, 58-21 Final
at Washington and Lee
L, 20-17 Final
W, 55-38 Final
at Bridgewater (Va.)
W, 23-20 Final
W, 41-21 Final
W, 52-49 Final
W, 33-20 Final
vs. Emory & Henry
W, 41-30 Final
vs. Washington and Lee
vs. Bridgewater (Va.)
at Emory & Henry