Articles by Eric Sprott
There aren’t many programs that make a habit of going to the NCAA Tournament quite like the Clemson baseball team.
When four of his teammates inked their college paperwork on national signing day in February, Addison Daniel wished he could have been celebrating alongside them.
Clemson seniors Marie-Alexandre Leduc and Fernanda Navarro finished out their college careers in the Round of 16 on Wednesday at the NCAA women’s tennis doubles championship.
It’s been a long second half of the season for the Clemson baseball team, and yet again Tuesday, the Tigers were unable to get out of their own way in a demoralizing defeat.
Following an MRI on Tuesday, it was confirmed that junior forward Jonathan Baehre of the Clemson men’s basketball team suffered a torn ACL during practice on Monday. There is no timetable yet for his return.
The last time out wasn’t a good one for the Clemson baseball team, as the Tigers closed their regular season with a 14-5 loss to Wake Forest on Saturday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
Deshaun Watson hasn’t changed much since the last time he was seen flinging footballs on Clemson’s campus — both with his intensity for the game, and his easy-going interactions with kids.
A day after getting a commitment from defensive end Myles Murphy of Powder Springs, Ga., Clemson landed another pledge from the Peach State on Saturday when running back Kobe Pryor of Cedartown formally announced his decision.
South Carolina pitcher Brett Kerry has been named to SEC’s freshman all-conference team, the league office announced Monday.
Clemson golfer Bryson Nimmer is one of 10 finalists for the Fred Haskins Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate golfer.
The West-Oak and Seneca high school baseball teams were well represented on the Western 3A all-region team, which was released over the weekend after Crescent’s season came to an end with a state championship series loss to Bishop England.
One year into the job, West-Oak High School football coach Tim Carson continues to be encouraged by the progress the Warriors have exhibited, and that includes spring practice.
Zaina Nait Omar grew up, quite literally, learning how to walk on a tennis court, and she hasn’t left the sport since.
With panfish season in full bloom across the Upstate, now is the time many anglers come across species of freshwater fish that they may rarely, if ever, see during the remainder of the year.