As the cameras focused on Tim Smith at the main table at the World Series of Poker last week, ESPN2 announcers took note of his unusual story.
As Team USA prepared for its semifinal match against England on July 2 in the Women's World Cup, startling news began to rocket around social media.
NFL defensive standout Josh Norman, who is in the middle of a $75 million contract with the Washington Redskins, was running with bulls in Spain.
During his 10-year professional career, former Citadel baseball star Asher Wojciechowski has worn the uniform of 14 different teams, played in eight different MLB organizations, and pitched in "The Show" for three different MLB squads — the Astros in 2015, the Reds in 2017 and now the Orioles in 2019.
NFL star André Roberts, baseball standout Terrence Smalls and women's soccer player Mariana Garcia head The Citadel's Athletics Hall of Fame class for 2019.
Just a few weeks ago, Cori Gauff lost a quarterfinal match before a sparse crowd at an ITF tournament in Mount Pleasant. On Monday, the 15-year-old tennis sensation made history at Wimbledon.
Khris Middleton, a Porter Gaud School graduate, is $178 million richer but turned down a chance to bolt Milwaukee for a bigger NBA market. He explains in an open letter
Gene Sapakoff column: More protective netting is necessary as pitch speed, bat exit velocity and fan distractions increase, and that's not all; pitchers need mandatory extra protection from high school to the majors before someone gets killed.
The Yankees and Red Sox will face off in a shortened, two-game series in London this weekend, making it the first time ever Major League Baseball has been played in Europe.
After three hours and 30 minutes of tense baseball on a national stage, it came down to a brief handshake and a hug.
Jarrell Brantley was at his home in Columbia, surrounded by family and friends, when the call came early Friday morning. The Utah Jazz had traded up in the second round and made Brantley the 50th pick in a historic NBA Draft for players from the state of South Carolina.
South Carolina coach Frank Martin expects the NCAA to be "extremely aggressive" in its approach to the recent FBI probe into college basketball corruption.
Two Citadel Hall of Famers clashed Thursday night on college baseball's biggest stage at the College World Series. But only one former Bulldog great could advance.
South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin wants Seventh Woods to spend a season away from the "microscope" before he takes the court for the Gamecocks, and other tidbits from Martin's news conference on Wednesday.
Three turns, 35 miles, 45 minutes. That’s all it takes to get from the park in Florence where Zion Williamson honed the basketball skills that would make him a sensation, to the gym in Sumter where Ja Morant became a star. And Thursday night, it’s likely to mark the extremely narrow distance between the South Carolina towns producing the top two picks in the NBA draft.
Yankee outfielder and CofC legend Brett Gardner is bracing for a reserved role for the Yankees with the return of several other players.
Chris Singleton is slated to throw out the first pitch at Yankee Stadium on Monday night as the New York Yankees recognize the fourth anniversary of the Emanuel AME shooting in Charleston.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Fadol Brown, a Burke High School product, returned to the Charleston playground where he played when he was a kid to hold a free camp for boys and girls.
Too bad the Yankees didn't send Giancarlo Stanton to Charleston for a rehab assignment. Or Aaron Judge, for that matter.
Former C.A. Brown High School star Gene Gathers and former Burke High School star Erwin "Chip" Johnson were fierce rivals on the basketball court. Both were taken in the 1971 NBA draft.
Two of the eight coaches in the College World Series, Louisville's Dan McDonnell and Mississippi State's Chris Lemonis, got their starts at The Citadel. Here's how it happened.
The Charleston RiverDogs have six players who were selected to the South Atlantic League All-Star game, but outfielder Brandon Lockridge was left off the roster.
Emma Navarro is a singles finalist in the Junior French Open. The 18-year-old rising star is Charleston's first player to make a Junior Grand Slam singles final in the Open era of professional tennis.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera learned a valuable lesson when he took over defensive play-calling duties midway through last season: You can't afford to be predictable in today's NFL.
Six finalists have been named for the Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019, and fans have one month to vote on who they want to enshrine.
Those beauty shots of the Country Club of Charleston and the Lowcountry during the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament looked fantastic on Fox Sports last weekend, but the TV ratings weren't as great.
Summerville native and South Carolina Standout T.J. Hopkins and College of Charleston pitcher Griffin McLarty were selected during Tuesday's Major League Baseball Draft.
Clemson shortstop Logan Davidson was taken with the 29th overall pick by the Oakland A's in Monday night's Major League Baseball Draft.
Even before the final putt fell Sunday in the 2019 U.S. Women's Open, there has been a buzz about the Country Club of Charleston.
Jeongeun Lee6 — you can just call her "Six" — has big plans for the first $1 million first prize in the 74-year history of the U.S. Women's Open.
Denmark's Nanna Koerstz Madsen was a Gamecock briefly, spending one semester in 2014 playing golf for the University of South Carolina before turning professional.
We’re about a third of the way through the Major League Baseball season and one thing is clear. The World Series hangover is real for the Boston Red Sox.
Twin sisters Brinda Worcester and Linda Hall didn’t have to drive from their homes near Charlotte to see their Atlanta Braves play on Friday.
Lightning struck an oak tree along the 18th fairway at the Country Club of Charleston on Friday afternoon during the second round of the U.S. Women's Open.
Mother Nature hit the shot of the day at the U.S. Women's Open on Friday, as a lightning strike split an oak tree along the 18th fairway at the Country Club of Charleston.
The Fox TV cameras had shut down and much of the crowd at the Country Club of Charleston had fled the heat when Gina Kim knocked the first round of the U.S. Women's Open sideways.
The Charleston RiverDogs' fourth annual Legends in the South alumni game features former Atlanta Braves against former New York Yankees.
Few know the Country Club of Charleston better than Beth Daniel. Here are the Hall of Famer's tips for watching the U.S. Women's Open this week
The new documentary “Loopers: The Caddie’s Long Walk” transcends golf and entertains on many levels. Bill Murray’s narration is pretty cool, too.
American star Michelle Wie has withdrawn from the U.S. Women's Open golf championship set for next week at the Country Club of Charleston.
Charleston's Beth Daniel, co-chair of the U.S. Women's Open this week at her home course at the Country Club of Charleston, has a painful history with the major championship.