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Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum 2015 Calendar of Events – February 2015

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum 2015 Calendar of Events – February 2015

BEAUFORT, NC Dec. 22, 2014: On Stage: The Cassimir, Wall-mounted Engine Telegraph Equipment February 1-28 While built as part of the push to supply war ships, the Cassimir was not finished in time to see WWI action. Completed in 1920, she was sold and converted to a general cargo ship. Her undoing came in February of 1942. Visit the Museum to see actual parts from her wall-mounted engine telegraph, and learn her history and what became of the molasses-carrying tanker and her crew. For more information, call the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum at 252-986-2995 or visit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com. Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, 59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, N.C. 27943.   Matters of Steel: Examining the Deterioration of a WWII Merchant […]

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum 2015 Calendar of Events – January 2015

Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum 2015 Calendar of Events – January 2015

BEAUFORT, NC Dec. 22, 2014: On Stage: The Clythia, Masthead Light January 1-31 The Clythia was a large Norwegian bark that shipwrecked on January 22, 1894 near Wash Woods. Visit the Museum in January to view her masthead light and discover her history and the details of her stranding just south of the Virginia-North Carolina line. For more information, call the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum at 252-986-2995 or visit www.ncmaritimemuseums.com. Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, 59200 Museum Drive, Hatteras, N.C. 27943.   Dash at the Enemy: The Use of Modern Naval Theory to Examine the Battlefield at Elizabeth City, North Carolina January 8, 11 a.m. Following the victory at Roanoke Island in 1862, Union naval officer Commander Stephen Rowan […]

SwingThought.com Tour to open 2015 season Feb. 23-28 at Kinderlou Forest in Valdosta, GA

SwingThought.com Tour to open 2015 season Feb. 23-28 at Kinderlou Forest in Valdosta, GA

Former South Georgia Classic host Kinderlou Forest Golf Club to host SwingThought.com Tour 2015 Season Opening event with $140,000 Purse and Web.com Tour event exemption on the line MYRTLE BEACH, SC Dec. 19, 2014 – The SwingThought.com Tour announced today they will open their 2015 Pro Series season February 23rd through 28th at former Web.com Tour South Georgia Classic host Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Ga. The event will be the first of sixteen (16) $140,000 guaranteed purse Pro Series events conducted by the SwingThought.com Tour in 2015. In addition to the guaranteed purse, the SwingThought.com Tour will also be awarding an event exemption into a Web.com Tour event at the Valdosta event on a yet-to-be-determined competitive basis. Created […]

NC State Wolfpack drops Gotham Classic game to West Virginia, 83-69

NC State Wolfpack drops Gotham Classic game to West Virginia, 83-69

NEW YORK, NY Dec. 21, 2014 – In an intense game played in Madison Square Garden, the NC State men’s basketball team dropped a 83-69 decision to No. 22/20 West Virginia Saturday night. Photo Gallery Trevor Lacey led the Wolfpack (9-3) with 24 points on 8-15 shooting. Anthony ‘Cat’ Barber added 16 points. WVU was led by Juwan Staten’s 24 points. The Wolfpack shot a season-best 20-36 from the floor, including 8-14 from 3-point range. West Virginia’s full-court pressure harassed the Wolfpack into 16 turnovers in the first half. The Pack shored up its ball security in the second half but finished with 23 turnovers. West Virginia made 10 steals and entered the game leading the country in forced turnovers. […]

UNCW Seahawks Stymie ECU Pirates With Defense, 66-54

UNCW Seahawks Stymie ECU Pirates With Defense, 66-54

WILMINGTON, NC Dec. 20, 2014 – UNCW handcuffed rival East Carolina on 28.1 percent shooting and set a season high with 11 blocks to shackle the Pirates, 66-54, in a holiday men’s basketball clash Saturday night at Trask Coliseum. Photo Gallery The Seahawks won their second straight game to improve to 5-3 on the season and won for the 12th time in the last 13 meetings against their rivals at Trask Coliseum. The Pirates dipped under .500 with the loss and stand 5-6 on the campaign. “I thought we did a lot of the little things tonight,” said first-year UNCW Head Coach Kevin Keatts. “The one thing that we wanted to do was to play with intensity all the time. […]

Second-Half Surge By Davidson Avenges New Year’s Day Loss To CofC

Second-Half Surge By Davidson Avenges New Year’s Day Loss To CofC

By: Nick Vlattas – CofC Athletics Communications Photo Gallery | Davidson vs CofC Box Score CHARLESTON, SC Dec. 20, 2014 – Despite three players in double figures, the College of Charleston men’s basketball team suffered an 80-68 defeat to former Southern Conference rival Davidson on Saturday at TD Arena. Charleston (5-6) was unable to overcome eight Davidson three-point baskets, in addition to 14 second-chance points on 14 offensive rebounds for the Wildcats (9-1).   Sophomores Canyon Barry (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Joe Chealey (Orlando, Fla.) offered another stellar outing, with Barry leading the Cougars with 20 points for his second straight 20-plus point game, while Chealey finished a rebound short of a double-double with 19 points and nine boards. Senior […]

UNCW Seahawks, ECU Pirates Tangle In Saturday Matchup

UNCW Seahawks, ECU Pirates Tangle In Saturday Matchup

WILMINGTON, NC Dec. 19, 2014 – New UNCW men’s basketball coach Kevin Keatts has heard all the stories about the heated regional rivalry between the Seahawks and their purple-crazed neighbor to the north, East Carolina. Now he gets to experience it first-hand. Keatts and the 4-3 Seahawks entertain the Pirates on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the finale of a rare tripleheader at Trask Coliseum.  East Tennessee State takes on Jacksonville State and UNCW entertains Charleston Southern on the final day of the Seahawks Hampton Inn Women’s Basketball Christmas Invitational earlier in the afternoon. Keatts and the Seahawks are coming off a 73-70 overtime thriller over stubborn Liberty on Wednesday in a tightly-contested game that featured 52 fouls and 67 […]

South Carolina Gamecocks Host Coker Sunday Afternoon

South Carolina Gamecocks Host Coker Sunday Afternoon

COLUMBIA, SC Dec. 20, 2014 – South Carolina hosts Coker College on Sunday in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. The Gamecocks ride a current four-game win streak into the matchup, while the Cobras have lost their last three. The game will be broadcast on SEC Network+ with Andy Demetra and Hall of Famer Alex English on the call for the 3:30 p.m. tip time. Sunday’s game promotion is the ugly sweater game, Coach Martin and his staff will all wear ugly sweaters on the sideline. GAME INFORMATION Game Date: Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014 Game Time: 3:30 p.m. ET Arena: Colonial Life Arena (18,000) Broadcast: SEC Network+ Talent: Andy Demetra (pxp), Alex English (analyst) Radio: Gamecock Radio Network Talent: […]

Clemson Falls to South Carolina Gamecocks, 68-45

Clemson Falls to South Carolina Gamecocks, 68-45

Tigers Fall to Gamecocks, 68-45 COLUMBIA, SC Dec. 19, 2014 — In a game of runs, the South Carolina Gamecocks outmatched the Clemson Tigers 68-45 Friday night in Columbia. The Gamecocks were led by sophomore Duane Notice, who finished with 19 points including two pivotal three-point field goals to help sway the game in the Gamecocks’ favor. The loss dropped Clemson to 6-4 on the season and improved South Carolina to 6-3. Hampered by early foul trouble, Landry Nnoko committed his second infraction with 11:09 remaining in the first half and was sidelined for much of the half. Sidy Djitte played admirably in place of Nnoko, but also found himself in foul trouble, whistled for his fourth foul with 13:46 […]

South Carolina Tames Clemson Tigers With Stout Second Half

South Carolina Tames Clemson Tigers With Stout Second Half

COLUMBIA, SC Dec. 19, 2014 – Emboldened by a raucous crowd of over 11,000 fans, the South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3) earned a big win over archrival Clemson (6-4) Friday evening at Colonial Life Arena. Duane Notice would score 14 of his game-high 19 points over the final 20 minutes, helping Carolina turn a two-point halftime deficit into a 68-45 win. The sophomore guard would nearly match the entire offensive output of the Tigers, who as a team made just five field goals and scored 15 points in the second half. SCORE BY PERIODS Team 1st 2nd Total Clemson (6-4) 30 15 45 South Carolina (6-3) 28 40 68 With Clemson holding a 30-28 lead coming out of halftime, the two teams traded […]

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