South Carolina women's basketball freshman Aliyah Boston earned a spot on the Naismith Starting Five as the winner of the Lisa Leslie Center of the Year Award, the Basketball Hall of Fame and Women's Basketball Association announced today on ESPN's SportsCenter. Boston is the second Gamecock…
Lander has hired Lincoln Memorial assistant Omar Wattad as its new men’s basketball coach, the Bearcats announced Monday morning.
The Index-Journal is counting down the top 10 sports moments of the decade from 2010-19. This is No. 10 on the list.
The turn of the decade was a much simpler time.
Four-star quarterback Christian Veilleux (6-foot-4, 201 pounds) of Ontario was waiting on one more offer before he could move ahead in his recruiting process. He visited Clemson in January and had planned a return trip last week, but of course that was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandem…
Greenwood’s junior varsity softball team went 1-2 at the Red/Blue tournament at Palmetto Hig…
Greenwood’s varsity baseball team avenged last week’s home loss to Woodmont with a 7-0 win a…
Ninety Six’s varsity boys golf team defeated Strom Thurmond 173-178 on Thursday.
Greenwood’s varsity boys soccer team earned an 8-0 home win against Dixie Wednesday night.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Though the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the spring and summer out of sorts, football season seems still viable several months from now. This fall, Erskine College will field its first football team since 1951.
South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley completed her sweep of annual awards Thursday as the Atlanta Tipoff Club awarded her its 2020 Werner Ladder Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year honor.
The South Carolina High School League announced it will extend its suspension of spring sports until the end of April, following the lead of the Governor and delaying a final decision on the season for 20 more days.
Greenwood YMCA has suspended normal operations amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the organization is providing online resources to help stay active at home.
Dark storefronts, empty public spaces and abandoned baseball and football fields are the new normal now that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to accelerate.
USC reached into a familiar place last week, Georgia Military College, to land another defensive piece for the 2021 recruiting class.