Few events have the power to both unite and divide the world like the Olympic Games. Beyond the fierce competition between countries and the unified chanting of country names, accusations of corruption and underhanded tactics often maim the spirit of the events. Even though the London 2012 Olympic Games are ten months away, there have already been accusations of the buying of gold medals by Azerbaijan.
After a hard-fought loss in the season opener of the 2011 football season against the Southern
Conference’s 7th ranked Wofford Terriers, the Presbyterian College Blue Hose added their first
W to their season record with a 38 – 21 victory over the North Greenville University Crusaders.
Regardless of what the scoreboard said at the end of the game, the Blue Hose are a different team this year and fans should be ready for great things to come this season!
Steven Richardson led the Presbyterian College baseball team in an outstanding pitching effort Tuesday evening to lead the Blue Hose to a 10-6 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers. PC improves[...]
The Presbyterian College baseball team pulled off an amazing comeback against Clemson March 16th at Fluor Field in Greenville, SC. The resilient Blue Hose had to rally after surrendering a[...]
For the second week in a row softball pitcher, Leslie Hensley, won the athlete of the week award. This honor comes from the SAAC and it is based upon outstanding[...]
Over spring break the men’s basketball team honored Walt Allen; the lone senior on this year’s 2010-2011 Blue Hose roster. PC hosted Liberty and won a thrilling 73-66 contest. There[...]