The Greenville Drive returned to Fluor Field to host the Hickory Crawdads. See more photos from the game.
Clemson University announced on Thursday, June 17 it will introduce women’s lacrosse and women’s gymnastics as varsity programs in the next two years. According to director of Athletics Dan Radakovich,…
The Greenville Swamp Rabbits are a step closer to playing for the Kelly Cup after knocking off the Indy Fuel in the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Swamp Rabbits will square…
The BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by Synnex has concluded. See photos from the weekend on the course and other related events.
The Greenville Drive — and a couple of other teams in the High-A East league — are hitting for power. Just ask the neighbors. So many baseballs have peppered cars…
See more photos from game action and the fans from Thursday's Greenville Swamp Rabbits playoff game vs. the Indy Fuel.
Clemson University alumni Tyler Murray played the college’s mascot before graduating in 2021.
The Greenville Swamp Rabbits have advanced to round one of the Kelly Cup Playoffs, the Eastern Conference Semifinals playoff series.
Triumph chairman Joe Erwin said the Greenville-based team will be one of among up to 30 others in the first season.
The BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation announced six new celebrities will join this year’s tournament taking place June 10-13 at Thornblade Club and The Cliffs Valley.
The 2021 Southern Conference Baseball Championships was held last week at Fluor Field. See more photos.
Members of the boys and girls Upstate Youth Academy Cup teams practiced at Bob Jones University's Alumni Field before departing to participate in the 2021 USL Academy Cup in Tampa, Florida.
The Greenville Drive traveled to McCormick Field to play the Asheville Tourists Saturday. See fan and action shots from the game.
Nine-time PGA TOUR champion and Greenville resident Jay Haas will join MLB legend Roger Clemens on Wednesday morning, June 9 at the Greenville Drive’s inaugural Breakfast with Champions. The private…
The Greenville Drive announced May 20 that Fluor Field will return to full capacity seating effective June 1.