Articles by Vicki Tymon
CLEMSON — After snapping a lengthy losing skid in conference play over the weekend, the Clemson baseball team will take a few days off for final exams this week.
Youth is a unifying theme among the area’s three postseason-bound softball teams, who are set to begin postseason play in the double-elimination district round tonight.
CLEMSON — Until the ninth inning Friday night, each time Duke had scored to take a lead, Clemson had answered right back in the bottom half of the frame to take the lead back.
CLEMSON — Following practice one evening this spring, as Travis Etienne spoke with the media inside Clemson’s practice facility, a few of his teammates walked by chanting, “Travis for Heisman! Travis for Heisman!”
ATHENS — In the longest baseball game in both Clemson and Georgia history, Connor Tate hit a walk-off single with one out in the 20th inning to score Tucker Maxwell for the winning run in the Bulldogs’ 3-2 win over the Tigers at Foley Field on Tuesday night.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina freshman guard A.J. Lawson announced Wednesday that he plans to submit his name for the 2019 NBA draft, but he will not hire an agent.
CLEMSON — Following the departure of the winningest senior class in ACC history — which tied for the nation’s winningest class of all time as well — the Clemson Tigers have turned their focus to the future.
EASLEY — The Eastside High School baseball team broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the top of the seventh inning Monday to down Walhalla by a final score of 7-2 in the Anchor Bat Easter Invitational in Easley.
Clemson quarterback target D.J. Uiagalelei of Bellflower, Calif., has set his announcement date for May 5.
After a rough weekend, the Clemson baseball team will step out of conference play tonight for a challenging midweek contest at Georgia.
IVA — The West-Oak High School baseball team closed Western 3A region play Friday by handing Crescent its first region loss with a 7-3 road triumph in Iva.
South Carolina is home to a variety of lakes, rivers and impoundments that hold abundant numbers of crappie.