There are three ways to beat the heavy traffic anticipated in downtown Greenville during the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament first and second rounds to be played at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena: the Greenville Police Department’s app, a shuttle running every 10 minutes from Redemption Church on Haywood Road to the arena, and the downtown trolley.
Trifecta of Teams: Gamecocks, Blue Devils, and Tar Heels help Greenville sell out NCAA first and second rounds
North Carolina. Duke. South Carolina. Greenville couldn’t have asked for a better roster of teams when the Bon Secours Wellness Arena hosts the first and second rounds of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the first time the city has hosted the event since 2004.
On Tuesday, Clemson Athletics announced that an intercollegiate softball program will replace the women’s diving program, which competed in its final season in 2017.
In addition to the ongoing College Baseball Series, Fluor Field will host three high school baseball games in March featuring teams from the Upstate and Midlands.
The First Tee of Greenville and The First Tee of Spartanburg & Cherokee Counties have combined their efforts to form The First Tee of the Upstate.
Now’s your chance to get an autograph from some of the members of the Clemson football 2016 championship team.
It’s almost March, and the madness has begun in Greenville. Basketball is king at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, starting last weekend with the Upper State high school basketball finals, continuing this week with the Southeastern Conference women’s basketball tournament, and culminating with the first and second round of the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament March 17-19.
Fluor Field hosts its annual College Baseball Series again. The series of games kicks off Friday, March 3, with the return of the First Pitch Invitational. Game one is at noon when the Presbyterian Blue Hose play the UT Martin Skyhawks. In the second game, the Furman Paladins play the Michigan State Spartans at 5 p.m.
In support of the Cancer Survivors Park, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits will have a Stick-It-To-Cancer game presented by Bon Secours St. Francis on Feb. 10 against the Orlando Sun Bears.
When the Greenville Road Warriors renewed their five-year lease with the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in March 2015, one of the organization’s long-term goals was to reassert itself as a civic-minded asset in the community.
The Greenville Drive is preparing for opening day on April 6. Not only are they hard at work on getting the new additions to the stadium completed, they’ve already opened up ticket sales, most notably for season tickets.
Photos by Jack Lukow Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of downtown Clemson and tens of thousands more waited in Death Valley to celebrate the Tigers’ first national football championship since 1981. After the parade wound its way from College Avenue to Death Valley, the 2016 National Champions touched Howard’s Rock and ran […]
The goal was always to win that second championship. And now that that’s been accomplished, the natural follow-up question is: what’s next?