Tuesday, February 16, 2016

News digest, Feb. 16, part 3

Singleton prepares for season
My friend Jeff Hartsell at the Charleston Post and Courier has a dandy feature on Charleston Southern sophomore outfielder Chris Singleton. His mother was one of nine people killed in the Emanuel AME Church shootings in Charleston last June.

Eubanks on comeback trail
The Orange and White has a feature on Byrnes High product and Clemson pitcher Alex Eubanks' recovery from injuries suffered in as 2014 traffic accident.

Paladins set broadcast plans
Furman has announced that most of its regular season baseball games will air on Travelers Rest radio station WDAB (AM-1580) and stream online at 1580wdab.com. The release doesn't give specifics, but I'm guessing the only exceptions might be when there are conflicts with Furman basketball broadcasts.

Voice of the Paladins Dan Scott has taken opener day-to-day programming responsibilities for the station and has been selling advertising packages Furman broadcasts.

Walhalla stadium WGOG (FM-101.7) will air the final six regular-season games and all Furman games in the SoCon Tournament in Greenville in May.

Also, 21 of Furman's 28 home games will stream at SoConDigitalNetwork.com. Several conference road also are expected to be available on that platform as well.

Crusaders, Tigers change date
North Greenville reports its scheduled Wednesday game against Benedict in Columbia has been pushed back to Thursday. 

1. Tampa. 8. USC Aiken, 13. Lander. 17. Newberry.
Southeast region: 1. USC Aiken. 2. (tie) Lander, Newberry. 6. Francis Marion. 8. Erskine.

1. Tampa. 26. Lander. 27. USC Aiken. 29. Francis Marion.
Southeast region: 1. Catawba. 5. (tie) USC Aiken, Francis Marion.

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