Ferrell named new PC men’s basketball coach

Quinton Ferrell, a member of the 2005 Presbyterian Men’s Basketball Team that qualified for the NCAA Division II Tournament and former assistant coach at College of Charleston, was named the new head coach of the Blue Hose Thursday. Ferrell replaces Dustin Kerns, who recently accepted a similar role at Appalachian State. “I am truly honored…

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PC announces 2019 football schedule

The Presbyterian College football team released its 2019 schedule this week, highlighted by a three-game homestand to end the season. PC opens the season Aug. 31 when it visits Deland, Fla., and will play Stetson. After a week off on Sept. 7, the Blue Hose will play 11 straight weeks, starting with consecutive home games…

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PC’s Kerns leaves to take App State job

Presbyterian College men’s basketball coach Dustin Kerns was announced as the new head coach of Appalachian State Thursday. “I’ll be forever grateful and indebted to Presbyterian College, the community and alumni,” Kerns said in a press release by PC Thursday. “I feel like the program has made great strides in the past two years, but…

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PC men’s basketball suffers season-ending loss

The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team saw its best Division I season come to an end Tuesday night in the quarterfinal round of the Collegeinsider.com Tournament as it lost 83-66 to the Marshall Thundering Herd in Huntington, West Virginia. Adam Flagler had 18 points and Francois Lewis had 15 for the Blue Hose, who held…

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PC men continue postseason run, reach CIT quarters

The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team rallied back from down 13 points Sunday, scoring 18 straight points in one stretch to give the Blue Hose their 20th victory of the season, a 77-70 victory at Robert Morris in the second round of the Collegeinsider.com Tournament in Moon Township, Penn. The Blue Hose, who reached their…

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Laurens’ Harshaw to attend Erskine

Laurens Raiders’ softball player Vanessa Harshaw announced her intentions to attend and play at Erskine College Friday. The Due West-based campus beat out Converse and Presbyterian for her signature. Harshaw said that when she went back for second visit to Erskine she was won over to attend the college. She said meeting the coaches and…

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PC men open CIT with road victory

Adam Flagler scored 15 points, and hit two free throws with 4 seconds to go Wednesday night, to help the Presbyterian College Blue Hose men’s basketball team hold off a Seattle comeback and advance to the second round of the Collegeinsider.com Tournament with a 73-68 victory. PC’s record moves to 19-15 with the victory. The…

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LA’s Moore inks with Covenant College

Laurens Academy’s Ruthie Moore is following in her sibling’s footsteps. Moore, who helped the LA girls’ basketball team win back-to-back SCISA Class A Championships over the last two years, signed with Covenant College Tuesday inside the school’s gymnasium. Teammates, parents, coaches, and friends were all there to witness Moore’s announcement, making her the┬álatest of the…

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Presbyterian men to head west for CIT

The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team will be making a trip across the country to play in its first-ever Division-I postseason tournament game after the pairings were announced in the wee hours of Monday morning. Presbyterian (18-15) will play at Seattle University (18-14) in the first round of the Collegeinsider.com Tournament Wednesday night. The Seattle…

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PC women frustrated in tourney loss to Radford

The Presbyterian College women’s basketball team had plenty of reason to feel slighted in its Big South Tournament game Thursday night at Radford – so much so that Alaura Sharp didn’t see the finish Sharp received two technical fouls, the last in the game’s final 90 seconds, and was ejected to cap off a frustrating…

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