Daily Archives: July 8, 2012


Charlotte Knights Light-Up the Tides on Sunday, Win First-Half Finale 6-4

Knights Notch 50th Win of the Season Fort Mill, SC – The Charlotte Knights withstood an hour and a half lightning and rain delay at Knights Stadium to win the final game of the first half of the season 6-4 over the Norfolk Tides. The win sends the Knights into […]


Flambeau Outdoors™ Introduces MAD MAX-Blind™

Mobile, Lightweight, Instantaneous Invisibility Flambeau Outdoors™ introduces their MAD MAX-Blind™, the most innovative product to be presented to the Outdoors public in years. The patent pending MAD MAX-Blind system allows hunters to sit flat on the ground, instantly rendering them invisible. The frame is a basic shooting stick that allows […]


Norfolk Tides Take Game Two from Charlotte Knights 10-6 On Saturday Night

Fort Mill, SC – Zach Britton pitched eight effective innings, L.J. Hoes had three hits, and the Norfolk Tides beat the Charlotte Knights 10-6 on Saturday in the middle game of the three-game series from Knights Stadium.   Charlotte (49-42) got into a hole early after allowing nine runs in […]


Tyson Blaser, Casey Stevenson Provide Heroics In Extras

Clutch Hits Allow RiverDogs to Outlast Sand Gnats 8-4 SAVANNAH, GA – An RBI single by Tyson Blaser in the 13th inning gave the Charleston RiverDogs the lead and they went on to earn an 8-4 win over the Savannah Sand Gnats in South Atlantic League action on Sunday afternoon […]


Andrew Lawrence Earns Spot On Great Britain Olympic Team

Click Here For College of Charleston Andrew Lawrence Video Feature CHARLESTON, S.C. – College of Charleston men’s basketball 6-foot-1 rising senior point guard Andrew Lawrence (London, England) will compete in the upcoming 2012 London Olympic Games to be held on July 27-August 12 across the pond, as the final 12-man […]


Charleston Battery drops third straight in loss to Charlotte Eagles

Charlotte, NC – The Charleston Battery lost a third straight game with a 1-0 loss to the Charlotte Eagles Saturday night at Charlotte Christian Stadium in front of 693. Eagles forward Darryl Roberts scored the lone goal in the 36th minute to lift Charlotte (6-8-2) to victory as the Battery […]


Marty Gantt Earns CBI All-America Honorable Mention Accolades

CBI All-America Teams RICHMOND, Va. – Former College of Charleston centerfielder Marty Gantt was named College Baseball Insider (CBI) All-America Honorable Mention, the organization announced Friday.   A native of North Augusta, S.C., Gantt was also tabbed for the ABCA/Rawlings All-America Second Team after winning the SoCon Player of the […]


Southport Museum & Visitor Center in the Garrison House at Fort Johnston

Southport, NC – A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday, June 29th for the Fort Johnston – Southport Museum & Visitor Center in the Garrison House at Fort Johnston. The Museum/Center features displays on the life, culture and industry in Southport. It is part of the City of Southport […]


RiverDogs Split Doubleheader in Savannah

Charleston Comes Back to Take Game One, but Shutout in Game Two SAVANNAH, GA – Ben Gamel drove in four runs in game one of a doubleheader to spark the Charleston RiverDogs to a 9-7 win over the Savannah Sand Gnats in South Atlantic League action on Saturday night at […]


Jason Memont Promoted to Associate Head Coach

COLUMBIA, S.C. July 5, 2012 – South Carolina swimming and diving head coach McGee Moody announced the promotion of assistant coach Jason Memont to associate head coach on Thursday. Memont, who is entering his sixth season at South Carolina, had held the title of assistant coach since joining the program […]