The Presbyterian College baseball team used 12 hits, including two home runs, to rack up 13 runs in the series finale against Army on Sunday afternoon en route to a 13-4 win at the PC Baseball Complex to claim the series victory. PC evens it recorded to 11-11, while Army falls to 7-12 on the year.
As a part of its Women’s Leadership Project, Presbyterian College hosted PC Women’s Honors 2017 on Friday, March 10. The honors ceremony came as the culminating event of the Women’s Leadership Project, a week-long effort to equip, empower, and celebrate women at PC.
LAURENS – The coldest part of Ed Prescott Field was quite likely the visitors’ dugout on Wednesday night.
Main Street South Carolina will be in Clinton on Tuesday, March 21 and Wednesday, March 22 to conduct a baseline assessment for the newly created Main Street Clinton program.
The Clinton 12U basketball all-stars lost in the championship game to Sumter 41-33 to finish second in the Jerry Coffey Invitational Basketball Tournament at the Newberry County YMCA on Saturday.
LYNCHBURG, VA. – The Presbyterian College women’s basketball team used a 12-2 run early in the fourth and grabbed a late lead, but UNC Asheville made an old-fashioned three with less than two seconds in the game to escape with a 56-55 win Saturday night at the Vines Center.
A Greenwood man was arrested on Friday night and charged with murder after allegedly shooting and killing a Clinton woman earlier in the day.
Four- to 12-year-olds have enjoyed exciting summers of fun and learning in Thornwell’s MOMENTUM summer day program for the past three years. Now, Thornwell is accepting registrations for this year’s program, which begins June 5.
On Monday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m., in Edmunds Hall, Presbyterian College will present a piano recital by Dr. Karen Wisser Buckland, professor of music. The recital is free and open to the public.