NFL rookie sensation Nick Chubb and future Carolina Panthers quarterback Will Grier will be signing autographs and mingling with fans in Charleston on June 1.
Milwaukee Bucks star Khris Middleton has a lot of people in Charleston and at Porter-Gaud School expecting to see him playing in the NBA Finals that begin May 30.
Gene Sapakoff column: Thanks, Charleston RiverDogs, for celebrating a "perfectly mediocre" night at the ballpark with C Night, a tribute to "average" in which any student showing a C on a report card gets in free.
Alexa Pano has qualified for the U.S. Women's Open at the Country Club of Charleston at age 14. You might know her from Netflix.
Gene Sapakoff column: Instead of sending New York Yankees on the Injured List one by one to Charleston for rehab work with the Class A RiverDogs, how about sending all of them at once?
Clemson received a commitment Sunday from high school quarterback DJ Uiagalelei, who follows in the footsteps of Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence
Gene Sapakoff column: In this annual ranking of SEC and ACC football coaches 1-28, there's a change at the top (you saw what happened in Santa Clara) and South Carolina's Will Muschamp slips (but just a bit)
Former Major League Baseball slugger Dan Uggla, a three-time All-Star and second baseman for the Atlanta Braves, will be one of the newcomers in the Charleston RiverDogs’ Legends in the South alumni game.
Clemson fired assistant basketball coach Steve Smith on Friday. The move, which was not a surprise, came a week after an FBI wiretap revealed comments by Smith that were widely seen as tarnishing Dabo Swinney’s national championship football program as well as the basketball program.
Citadel linebacker Noah Dawkins and Charleston Southern defensive lineman Johnny Robinson have been invited to NFL rookie mini-camps.
Jennifer Kupcho, the Wake Forest senior who won the first U.S. Women's Amateur event at Augusta National this month, turned down her automatic invite to the U.S. Women's Open in Charleston to turn pro but earned a spot Monday by winning a qualifying tournament in Greensboro, N.C.
Gene Sapakoff column: One of the stars of the NFL draft isn't a player; Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will make a splash in Nashville on Thursday night with as many as three Tigers projected to go in the first round and as many as 11 selected before the weekend is over.
Carolina Panthers star Luke Kuechly, the featured speaker at The Post and Courier's CHARLEYS awards on Thursday, has quite the commercial endorsement portfolio.
Gene Sapakoff column: A lot of NFL teams want Christian Wilkins, Clelin Ferrell and Deebo Samuel — Hunter Renfrow and Zack Bailey, too. Here are the best landing spots for those guys and other Clemson and South Carolina draft prospects
NFL star Darius Leonard stopped to help a woman whose car had a flat tire in his hometown of Lake View. The video went viral.
Chris and Kaitlyn Nigro weren’t planning on getting tickets for Monday’s Charleston RiverDogs game at Riley Park.
Gary Sanchez, one of the New York Yankees’ most prolific sluggers, will be rehabbing as a member of the Charleston RiverDogs this week.
CHICAGO - Former College of Charleston pitcher Taylor Clarke made history on Saturday in his Major League Baseball debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Gene Sapakoff column: Steady South Carolinian Dustin Johnson isn't the most exciting golfer on the PGA Tour but his even-keel approach was almost good enough to catch Tiger Woods on Sunday at Augusta.
Gene Sapakoff column: Gum, fatherhood, fan reaction to Tiger Woods and his reaction to fans are among the reasons the 43-year-old golfer rocked the sports world Sunday to win his 15th major championship
Gene Sapakoff column: Kyle Stanley has played well in the rain and sunshine this week at the Masters, which bodes well for the former Clemson golfer going into Sunday's final round.
The Augusta National Golf Club, aiming to get ahead of rainy weather and possible thunderstorms forecast for late Sunday afternoon, announced a rare time change for the final round of the Masters.
Gene Sapakoff column: Kevin O'Connell after going from amateur golfer to pro and back to amateur had to pick — potentially make good money on the European Tour or accept a Masters invite but remain an amateur. The choice was easy.
Players love it and if fans have mixed feelings, Augusta National isn't budging from its antiquated but refreshing 'no cell phone' policy
Gene Sapakoff column: Kyle Peters, a caddie from James Island, gets a most unlikely taste of the Masters. Corey Conners, his boss, got the very last invitation last week and briefly held the first-round lead on Thursday.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Masters this week is idling at the intersection of Tiger Woods nostalgia and post-Tiger power golf, the greatest golf talent ever and the young stars he inspired.
Minor League Baseball confirmed Thursday what Julio Mosquera already knew about his pitchers on the Charleston RiverDogs' roster: they’re pretty darn good.
Charleston Southern women's basketball coach Fred Applin will be among a group of cancer survivors honored Friday night during the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
The Alliance of American Football, which had a promising start as the latest spring league, is suspending operations eight games into its first season.
Tanner Myatt is playing baseball in Charleston like he planned, just not for the team he was initially expecting. Instead of playing for the College of Charleston, the pitcher from Florence-Darlington Tech is with the Charleston RiverDogs.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Concussion Legacy Foundation is doing great CTE research work, but needs more brain pledges from football players - the more college football players, the better.
Adam Gorlitsky, a 32-year-old Mount Pleasant man paralyzed in an auto accident, came up short in his Los Angeles Marathon bid last week but plans another marathon try in his ReWalk Exoskeleton.
As he prepares for the NFL draft, Hunter Renfrow is more concerned about perfecting his game than which round he's selected and by which team.
Gene Sapakoff column: Palmetto State high school products Zion Williamson and Ja Morant were dazzling in the first week of the NCAA Tournament. And what if they both played for non-Big Dance participants South Carolina or Clemson?
Gene Sapakoff column: No. 1 Virginia, one year after a shocking loss to Maryland-Baltimore County, got over the No. 16 hump Friday in Columbia and more; the Cavaliers in the second half showed more flashes of Final Four potential.
Gene Sapakoff column: The most-watched first-round NCAA Tournament game in Columbia will be No. 1 Duke has NBA-bound star Zion Williamson vs. a North Dakota State team representing the "toughness" of a state where cold weather "keeps the riff-raff out"
Doctors in Charleston and across the nation have seen an uptick in male patients ahead of the NCAA basketball tournament.
The intersection of Zion Williamson and NCAA Tournament games in Columbia are part glory, part tragedy. Good genes, a basketball work ethic and a great upbringing are mixed with the drawn out timing of the Palmetto State’s hard conversation on race and politics
Surely, other father and son scenes play out all over Mount Pleasant on a sunny Saturday morning in March. Boats slide off trailers into brackish water. Batting cages fill with tattered baseballs. Fairways glisten with dew as thick as follow-through advice.
Ahead of the 2019 Major League Baseball season, let’s all remember to keep Justin Smoak and Nick Ciuffo in our prayers.
Talks are still in the preliminary stages so he doesn’t want to say which teams have shown interest, but former CSU cornerback Charles James thinks he’ll be suiting up for a second stint in the National Football League.
Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, who was the captain of the German national team, believes that Major League Soccer will become a better league when the best American players will remain in the United States.
Mount Pleasant native and former Wando High standout Dexter Coakley is part of a seven-member class that will be enshrined this year into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.
Columbus Crew keeper Zack Steffen has gone from playing in the USL, to the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year and now an established starter for the U.S. Men's National Team.
The New York Mets have one of the better farm systems in baseball, according to Minor League Baseball analysts.