Lancers Suffer Rough Road Trip to Florence-Drlington TechThe USC-Lancaster Lancers suffered three losses this past weekend to the Stingers of Florence-Darlington Tech. The Lancers took the win in the first game on Saturday as Austin Hill took the mound. Austin pitched five strong innings while whiffing three Stingers batters and allowing four hits. Tad Martin smashed two doubles that drove in three runs and Bryan Dye added a double and three runs driven in. Ranz Bodison and Mitchell Price had two hits a piece. Ryan Manore added a double and a run batted in. Sophomore catcher Patrick Burt chipped in a hit as did Casey Parker and Derek Croxton. The Lancers won the first game 11 to 0. The second game did not go well for the Lancers as they lost a heartbreaker 3 to 2. Josh Shailer suffered the loss in the nine inning game. Tanner Petrey went six innings while giving up two runs on three hits. Casey Parker had a triple at the plate that drove in a run and Ryan Manore drove in a run. Derek Croxton, Zach Callahan, Ranz Bodison, and Drew Graydon had a hit in the game. The Lancers suffered two losses on Sunday. The first game on Sunday resulted in a 10 to 2 loss. Chris Stewart worked five innings from the mound and took the loss. Derek Croxton chipped in a hit and Casey Parker added a hit while scoring a run. Bryan Dye went 2 for 3 and Patrick Burt had a single. The late afternoon game in Florence, South Carolina was a 5 to 0 loss to the Stingers. Derek Croxton, Ranz Bodison, and Drew Graydon had hits. Ryan Manore took the loss. Sam Pruitt pitched an inning and Matthew Justice pitched two innings and fanned one batter. The Lancers are at home this weekend on April 18-19 as they face region foe Pitt Community College. First pitch both days will be at 1:00. After the games on Saturday the Lancers Baseball Team, coaches, and staff will honor Dalton Socrates who is battling leukemia by shaving their heads. Please come out and support Dalton and Lancers Baseball. Read more.
Scott Johnstone Inks with Men's Soccer ProgramScott Johnstone of Palmetto Christian Academy signed his National Letter of Intent on April 14, 2014 to play soccer for the Men's Program at USC-Lancaster. Scott will play forward this fall for the Lancers. Congratulations Scott on becoming a Lancer. Read more.
Zach CallahanCongratulations to Zach Callahan for being nominated the Student-Athlete of the Month. Zach is a President's List Nominee for his work in the classroom. He has helped the Lancers Baseball Team this spring to a great record while hitting .442 for the season with 40 runs driven in and five homeruns. Congratulations Zach! Read more.
Soccer Tryouts and Clinic Cancelled for April 12, 2014The USC-Lancaster Men's and Women's Soccer Programs tryout that was set for April 12, 2014 has been cancelled due to the spring breaks for public schools. An announcement will be made at a later date for a new time and day. Thank you. Read more.
April 8 | Soccer (W)
USC-Lancaster Soccer Tryouts for April 12, 2014 has been Cancelled
April 7 | Baseball
Baseball Team Takes Three Wins from Louisburg College
March 31 | Baseball
Lancers Take Three from USC-Salkehatchie
March 27 | Baseball
Baseball Sweeps Newberry College JV
March 24 | Baseball
Lancers Baseball Splits With USC-Sumter
March 24 | Athletics News
Lancers Soccer Program to Reschedule Soccer Clinic