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Laurens’ Harshaw to attend Erskine
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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…

PC men open CIT with road victory
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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…

LA’s Moore inks with Covenant College
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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 latest of the…

Presbyterian men to head west for CIT
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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…

PC women frustrated in tourney loss to Radford
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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…

PC men’s basketball nabs CIT bid
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The Presbyterian College 2018-19 men’s basketball season isn’t over after all. Presbyterian, which advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big South Tournament last week and holds an 18-15 record, has accepted a bid to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament, which starts March 18. It is the first-ever postseason tournament the program has been invited to since the…

PC women stop Winthrop, advance to quarters
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The Presbyterian College women’s basketball team advanced to the Big South Tournament Quarterfinals with a 64-52 victory over the Winthrop Eagles Tuesday night in Rock Hill. PC, which moved to 7-23 with the victory, advanced to the quarterfinals for a contest with No. 1 seed Radford. That game is at Radford on Thursday night, with…

PC men’s basketball exits Big South Tournament
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The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team was eliminated from the Big South Tournament Thursday afternoon, falling 84-76 against defending tournament champion Radford in Buies Creek, N.C. The loss leaves PC at 18-15 on the season, and leaves their hopes of playing in any postseason tournament to either the CBI or CIT. Those tournaments will announce…

PC men rout Asheville, reach 2nd round
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The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team did what it was supposed to do against an inferior opponent Tuesday night at the Templeton Center – overwhelm them with their offense. Presbyterian advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Big South Tournament with an impressive display, hitting 21 3-point shots while pulling away to a record-setting 106-59…

PC’s Flagler named Big South’s top freshman
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Presbyterian College men’s basketball player Adam Flagler was named the Big South Freshman of the Year Monday, marking the second time a PC player won the award. DeSean Murray, who won the award in 2015, was the other. Flagler’s award highlighted a day where five PC players were recognized by the conference in its annual…