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Clemson , SC 29630
(864) 654-3236
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Mauldin's Younginer makes Drive debut - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Monday night’s game between Greenville and Hickory had plenty for local baseball fans to like – a local pitcher making his Drive debut, a former Clemson star on the mound for the visitors, and a Red Sox pitcher making a start. And it was a close game that Hickory won 4-3. With 3,689 fans looking on at Fluor Field, Andrew Miller made another rehab appearance, starting the game for the Drive. Mauldin’s Madison Younginer then made his long-awaited debut as a member of the Drive. Will Lamb, who starred at Clemson, started on the mound for Hick...

Previous generation paved way for family - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Inc. — Lawrence and sons Russell Sr. and Mack — was up and rolling, creating driveways and roads with rather primitive equipment. By 1959, after he had earned pre-med and engineering degrees at then-Clemson College (where he was a member of the football team), Russell Ashmore Jr. was working as an engineer in Knoxville when his father and brother Richard asked him to come home and join in the family business. “Next to marrying Ruth, it was the best move I ever made,” says Ashmore of the decision to return to his Greenville County roots. The decision cemented family bonds that remain strong today, on and off the job. The men were partners for the next 51 years, a connection that ended with Richard’s death in 2011. For much of the previous 20 years...

Wren, Mauldin each win twice at IP Classic - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Alex Cunningham. Also listed on the 20-member team were Greenville third baseman Glenn Batson, Eastside shortstop Weston Jackson and Palmetto pitcher Steven Cooper. Batson, Duggar and Rohlman are Clemson University signees. Batson, a junior, will miss the season after labrum surgery. Kyle Heppeard, who played collegiately as a catcher at Ohio University, is the new baseball coach at Shannon Forest. The Crusaders also have a first-year track program, coached by Bob Collins and Elizabeth Tate. The team has five meets scheduled in its first season. Easley senior Joseph Smith has signed to continue his football career as a long snapper at NCAA Division II Delta State (Miss.) University. Former North Greenville University Jamey Chadwell was hired in January to lead the Delta State program. Smith is the fourth member of the 2011 Green Wave headed for college football, joining Brandaun Addison (Gardner-Webb), Zach Lappin (Mars Hill) and Andrew Gilstrap (North Greenville).

Could Kansas State's Martin top USC's list as Horn's replacement? - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Where he is now, Kansas will always be No. 1 and he has Marshall and Wichita State, among others nipping at his heels. More on that in a bit, but what about Smart, the former Clemson assistant to Oliver Purnell a few years back? Smart took an assistant’s job at Florida and then, with the support of Florida Coach Billy Donovan, was named head coach at Virginia Commonwealth where he has taken the team to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Smart has become the darling of big-time programs looking for the next coach on the rise. He turned down good jobs last year and just recently rebuffed an overture from Illinois, one of best jobs in the Big Ten and probably one of the top 20 or so jobs in the nation. Would Smart consider South Carolina? Maybe, but not having seen firsthand the Svengali powers of Hyman, the more likely presumption is that Smart likes it where he is, wants to continue to plot his own course and build the program. Which brings us back to Martin, whose presence would agitate every one of the 13 other basketball programs in the Southeastern Conference. Martin would bring a physical, pit bull presence to the SEC that would command attention in a year or two. At Kansas State he was able to do it immediately with the talent left behind, but there isn’t a lot on the shelves in Columbia, surely not as much as there was when Horn replaced Dave Odom. Hyman might balk at Martin because of his association with Curtis Malone, coach of an AAU team in Washington, D.C., but sometimes the appearance of a little risk is nothing more than that – it looks like something could be wrong, but it only looks that way. That might be the case with Martin and Hyman is surely researching all of the stories, like the one from the Topeka Capital-Journal last week when Kansas State’s athletic director suspended Jamar Samuels minutes before the Wildcats’ game against Syracuse: (Page 3 of 3) “Malone, reached Saturday by phone, acknowledged sending money to Samuels before the NCAA Tournament,” the Capital-Journal story reported, “but maintained the financial assistance didn’t constitute an impermissible benefit because of his pre-existing relationship with Samuels and his mother. “Are you talking about me helping a kid who has been at my program, been in Kansas for four years, whenever he’s needed help, his mom has needed me to help?” Malone said. “We are very, very close, like our families and everything. Is that a benefit?” At Kansas State, pressed against a tournament game, they decided to play it safe, Syracuse won and after the game Martin was emotional, taking a very long pause when asked about Samuels before saying only, “He’s our toughest kid.” He was also a fifth year senior who came to the arena not realizing he ha...

Economy entering growth phase, economist says - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
December 2007. That means the economy is in a growth phase. However, that can be difficult to acknowledge when U.S. unemployment is still above 8 percent, said Bruce Yandle, dean emeritus of Clemson University’s College of Business and Behavioral Science. The country is not in a comfortable situation, but it needs to rejoice in any good economic news it can find, he said in the March edition of The Economic Situation. The Institute of Supply Management indexes are showing growth. Although manufacturing had problems in 2011, it has recovered and has been leading the recovery. And the nonmanufacturing economies...

Losing teams don't have to define winning players - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Back in 1992 when Clemson’s football team was struggling through a losing season, one year removed from an Atlantic Coast Conference championship, out in the upper left hand corner of the map, the Seattle Seahawks were having a season that made Clemson’s look like a national championship contender that just didn’t quite get there. Former Clemson standout Jeff Bryant, drafted 10 years earlier, was a mainstay on the Seattle defensive line, but his skills were beginning to erode, one year removed from retirement. Bryant had come in as the ...

Breathtaking moment for the invitees at Indianapolis - Greenville News

Fri, Feb 24, 2012
Greenville to Indianapolis is only about 500 miles, a bit more if you’re flying out of Columbia. But for the six seniors players from Clemson and the other invitees from South Carolina, Furman and Coastal Carolina, the trip to Indy this week will be longest journey they ever take to land a job in the National Football League. It’s different in The League, and yes, for the playe...

Stanley earns first PGA victory - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ — Clemson Tigers alum Kyle Stanley pulled off a comeback on Sunday afternoon that would have Joe Montana smiling. Stanley remarkably came from 8 shots behind against third round leader Spencer Levin that was larger than the lead he surrendered last week in San Diego. Last Sunday Stanley, who held a 5-shot lead over his closest competitor to start his final round, stood on the 18th hole at Torrey Pin...

Coaching paths from Furman, Clemson and Vandy come together - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
CLEMSON — Bobby Johnson was going to create the Great Divide in the spring of 2010. The former Furman football coach and Clemson grad had been a career-long proponent of the Paladins approach to the game as developed by Coach Dick Sheridan and others. It relied on a quarterback that could run and make defenses guess along with a defensive approach that believed in a containment policy that forced ...

Local residents remember the day Martin Luther King came to town - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
And you’d be inspired too.” King had come to Greenville at the request of local civil rights leaders, and Garrett, who then worked at the Clemson Agricultural Extension Service, saw him speak that spring afternoon almost 45 years ago. The nation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday this week, and in Greenville, where an MLK holiday wasn’t created until 2006, the day stirs a rush of feelings. For some who lived the civil rights era, it holds memories too. For them, the images of sit-ins and protests in the fight for integration are permanently etched — and fused with stinging emotion. But King is always the salve. Today, as then, he remains a bastion of light and hope in the darkest moments of humanity. For those reasons and more, Martin Luther King Jr.’s presence in Greenville that day meant something. “It’s just amazing that he did get to Green...

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