Daily Archives: February 10, 2014

No. 6/7 Gamecocks Lock Down Arkansas 67-49

Defense spurs 10th SEC victory of the season Box Score | Printable Box Score COLUMBIA, SC Feb. 9, 2014 – No. 6/7 South Carolina used an early run and solid defense throughout to post a 67-49 win over Arkansas Sunday afternoon at Colonial Life Arena. In front of 7,545 fans, […]

Clemson Women’s Basketball Pink Game Coming Up Thursday

CLEMSON, SC Feb. 10, 2014 – The Clemson women’s basketball team will play its annual Play4Kay pink game in Littlejohn Coliseum next Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in a televised contest against nationally ranked NC State. All fans wearing pink will receive free admission, and all other seats will be just […]

Clemson Women’s Basketball Falters at No. 9/10 Maryland on Sunday

PDF Boxscore COLLEGE PARK, MD Feb. 9, 2014 – The Clemson women’s basketball team fell to No. 9/10 Maryland, 95-43, at the Comcast Center on Sunday. It was Clemson’s (11-14, 3-8 ACC) third straight loss overall, and second in a row against a top-ten opponent. The Tigers lost their 14th […]

CofC Softball Falls in Extra Innings

CONWAY, SC Feb. 9, 2014 – The College of Charleston softball was outlasted by Coastal Carolina in a 3-2, eight-inning defeat at the Coastal Carolina Softball Complex on Sunday afternoon. CofC (0-2) outhit the Chanticleers, 9-4, and reached at least one runner in every inning except for the eighth, but […]

CofC Women’s Hoops Falls Short Against Northeastern

Box Score: The College vs. Northeastern CHARLESTON SC Feb. 9, 2014 – The College of Charleston women’s basketball team had two players in double figures, won the battle on the glass and forced 13 turnovers, but it wasn’t enough as the Huskies of Northeastern University walked away from TD Arena […]

Tickets still available for UNC Tarheels showdown with the Duke Blue Devils!

Fort Ann, NY, February 10, 2014-On January 24th, 1920, the UNC Tarheels beat the Duke Blue Devils 36-25 in their first basketball matchup.  The rivalry between two of what are, arguably, some of the biggest powerhouses in ACC and NCAA basketball, has only grown deeper since then.  UNC leads the […]

North Carolina Seafood Festival wants your input

Morehead City, NC Feb. 10, 2014 – The North Carolina Seafood Festival has published a survey through their website to gather information on festival-goers’ thoughts on what types of things each visitor would like to see at the 2014 festival in hopes of making each festival better than the year […]

Carolina Hurricanes: Going for Gold in Sochi

By Mike Sundheim RALEIGH, NC Feb. 9, 2014 – The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are underway, and four members of the Carolina Hurricanes — Justin Faulk (USA), Alexander Semin (Russia), Tuomo Ruutu (Finland) and Andrej Sekera (Slovakia) will be in Russia to take part in the world’s most important […]

SAU Men’s Lacrosse rallies but falls short in home opener

By Troy Baranik Box Score Laurinburg, NC Feb. 9, 2014 – The St. Andrews University Men’s lacrosse team fell in their home opener Sunday afternoon 16-11 to the University of Dayton at Knights Field. After the Knights got on the board first, Dayton (2-0) would come charging back to score […]

Captain Paul Watson: What Boycott?

What Boycott? Commentary by Captain Paul Watson I have been receiving quite a few messages asking why Sea Shepherd is calling for a boycott of Japanese products. Other messages are coming from people who want to help with the Sea Shepherd boycott of Japanese products. There is not, nor has […]