When Coastal Carolina rushed the field to celebrate its 2016 baseball national championship, Matt Eardensohn was watching from the stands.The Chanticleers were more than 1,300 miles from their Conway stadium, on a foreign field in Omaha, Neb.Eardensohn, now a member of the Coastal Carolina team, was just a few miles away from his childhood home, on summer break from junior college in Iowa.“I pretty much went to the College World Series every year growing up,” he said. “When Coastal won it all, I didn’t really know much about the school.”But when he was recruited to Coastal ahead of his junior year, Eardensohn quickly did his homework. The 2016 title was an easy sell, but so was his research that proved Coastal’s success wasn’t a fluke.“They had been knocking on the door to Omaha for a few years,” he said. “It’s just a really solid program here and I learned how underrated they are.”Just about every … [Read more...] about Coastal Carolina could be best baseball team in South Carolina this season
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Could the Gophers finally be done with their recruiting for the 2018 class? The official announcement for Hutchinson Community College (Kan.) guard Devonte Bandoo will be 2 p.m. Monday. Bandoo, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound Toronto native, took an official visit to the Gophers over the weekend. His final schools are Minnesota, South Carolina, Kansas State and Baylor. "He loves basketball; he's a gym rat," Hutchinson Community College coach Steve Eck said. "He's a high-quality person and really cares about academics. He sprained his wrist early (this season), but he came back and shot 58 percent (from three-point range) after Christmas. And he's pretty athletic as far as jumping and everything else goes." Gophers coach Richard Pitino appears to be the favorite to land Bandoo, according to 247Sports.com site Gophers Illustrated. He had high praise for the the U’s facilities and Pitino after his recent visit, per the local Rivals.com site. “(Pitino) told me he … [Read more...] about Kansas junior college guard Devonte Bandoo announces Monday; Gophers the favorite?
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Across all corners of the state, significant and diverse parts of South Carolina's history remain at risk.A slave cabin in rural Richland County, a high school in Dillon, a footbridge in an Upstate mill town, an Abbeville church, a century-old Florence home, and a modern downtown Columbia office building are among the places state preservationists see as endangered.The list is rounded out with two Charleston area sites, including a Jim Crow era hotel on James Island and the officer residential district on the former Charleston Naval Base.Preservation South Carolina reached out across the state for submissions, and it hopes the list will lead to breakthroughs that will save the sites, Executive Director Mike Bedenbaugh said."We're just excited to get them out there in the world and see what kind of positive attention they can attract," he said. "They might be able to find a solution beyond what the local community can do."The group restricted potential sites to those owned by the … [Read more...] about 8 historic places at risk in South Carolina as picked by preservationists