Daily Archives: July 29, 2014

Round One 65th Carolinas Junior Boys' Championship

65th Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship Camden Country Club Camden, SC Round One Results   CAMDEN, SC July 29, 2014 – After one round of the 65th Carolinas Junior Boys Championship hosted by Camden Country Club in Camden, SC only three players of the 130 man field managed to score under […]

Clemson Announces 2014-15 Men's Basketball Non-Conference Schedule

Non-Conference Schedule Announced for 2014-15   CLEMSON, SC July 29, 2014 — Eight home games and a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands for the Paradise Jam highlight Clemson’s non-conference schedule, announced today.   TICKETS: Clemson Tigers Sports “I’m excited by our home schedule,” said head coach Brad Brownell. “Every […]

CofC Volleyball Announces 2014 Wall of Fame Induction Class

CHARLESTON, SC July 29, 2014 – The College of Charleston volleyball program has tabbed six former standouts for the 2014 Wall of Fame Induction Class, head coach Jason Kepner announced Tuesday. Former players Alisa Long (2000-03), Sara Davis (2001-04), Cole Dawley (2007-10), Sarah Havel (2008-11), Elyse Chubb (2008-11) and Darcy […]

Gullah/Geechee Heritage Night Set for Friday, August 1

Pregame proclamation, Gullah/Geechee Heritage displays highlight celebration at Riley Park; First Lady Michelle Obama extended an invitation to attend CHARLESTON, SC July 29, 2014 – The Gullah/Geechee Nation carries a unique culture through centuries of American history dating back to its African roots. The Lowcountry is home to the history […]

Federal Duck Stamp Will Be Available Electronically Aug. 1, 2014

RALEIGH, NC July 29, 2014 — Waterfowl hunters in North Carolina will have the option of purchasing a federal duck stamp electronically, starting Aug. 1. The new “Duck E-Stamp” allows the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to sell stamps electronically through its wildlife service agents, online, and by phone, for $16 […]

Morehead City Marlins drop third straight after 7-1 loss to Wilson Tobs

MOREHEAD CITY, NC July 28, 2014 – The Marlins managed only one run against Wilson on Monday, as the surging Tobs handed Morehead City their third straight loss with a 7-1 victory at Fleming Stadium. Right-hander Brett Valentine, making his first start for the Marlins, allowed three runs in the […]

UNCG developed strategic plan roadmaps growth for North Carolina’s wine and grape industry

GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina’s wine and grape industry has experienced exponential growth in the past decade, employing more than 7,600 people. Now the industry has a five-year roadmap for continued growth and economic impact. Researchers from the UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics have developed the first comprehensive […]

Eric Staal undergoes surgery for core muscle injury

Canes captain expected to make full recovery by start of season RALEIGH, NC July 29, 2014 – Ron Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that center Eric Staal underwent surgery to repair a core muscle injury suffered during off-season training. […]

Museum of the Albemarle needs Volunteer Speakers for upcoming programs

ELIZABETH CITY, NC July 29, 2014 – The Museum of the Albemarle is preparing its 2015 schedule of speakers for two monthly programs and is seeking presenters. Back to the Past with at 21st Century Twist is held every first Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and may include a demonstration. History […]

College of Charleston Athletics To Host Nights With Charleston Battery, Charleston RiverDogs

Battery Discount Tickets (PROMO CODE: Cougar) RiverDogs Discount Tickets (PASSWORD: CofC2014)   CHARLESTON, SC July 29, 2014 – College of Charleston Athletics will host a pair of promotional collaborations with local professional sports teams coming this August. On Aug. 15, the College of Charleston will host “CofC Night with the […]