USCL Lancers

  • Lancers open schedule at home Jan. 31
      The University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team will open its seventh season Saturday, Jan. 31 with the first of a four-game series with Surry Community College of Dobson, N.C.
  • Lancers' Hill signs with UNC Pembroke
      USC Lancaster's Austin Hill is the second Lancer to sign with UNC Pembroke for next season, and the right-handed pitcher will add depth to the pitching staff and play the infield.
  • Callahan, Manore to play baseball at FMU
     Jordan Ribelin For The Lancaster News USCL baseball players Zach Callahan and Ryan Manore were teammates this season for the Lancer baseball team, and they will remain teammates. Both have signed to play their next two years at Francis Marion University.
  • Crenshaw signs with North Greenville
    Jordan Ribelin For The Lancaster News University of South Carolina Lancaster outfielder Jonah Crenshaw spent his freshman year at playing baseball Toccoa Falls College. At the end of that year, Crenshaw knew he wanted to come home to further his baseball career. Crenshaw, a local product, played his high school ball right here at Lancaster High’s Doomsday Corner.
  • USCL has quick exit in Region X tournament
      The University of South Carolina had a short stay in the NJCAA Region X baseball tournament over the weekend, May 3-4 in Kinston, N.C. The Lancers, who finished fourth in Region X regular-season play, fell to USC Sumter, 7-5 in their tournament opener and dropped a 10-2 elimination game loss to regular-season champion Spartanburg Methodist College.
  • USCL’s Stewart signs with UNC Pembroke
     Jordan Ribelin For The Lancaster News University of South Carolina Lancaster pitcher Chris Stewart has added his name to a growing list of Lancer baseball players who have signed to play out of state next season. UNC Pembroke has inked the Lancer’s No. 3 starter from this season to play his next two years as a Brave. The 6-2 righty from Batesburg is sitting on four wins for the Lancers and has struck out 30 batters.
  • Lancers’ locks lost in USCL win
      The 2014 University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball season, with a 32-17 record, has had its share of shining moments on the diamond this spring, but Sunday, April 27 ranks as one, if not the high point, to date. The Lancers capped the day as big losers, but it was all about winning and, as they say, “having their heads in the game.” More about that a little later. The Lancers had a boost of momentum coming into the day after posting an exciting 
  • Lancers’ Petrey to play at USC Upstate
      USC Lancaster pitcher Tanner Petrey became the second Lancer to sign on for next season at USC Upstate, joining fellow USCL pitcher Tyler Jackson. Achieving a Division I roster spot has been a long time coming for Petrey.
  • Lancers pelt Pioneers to cap season
      The USC Lancaster Lancers capped regular-season play in a big way over the weekend, April 26-27. The Lancers, 32-17, swept two games from NJCAA’s No. 2 Spartanburg Methodist College, winning 10-3 and 5-4.
  • Lancers home to Pioneers on Sunday
      The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team caps regular-season Region X play with a Sunday, April 27 home twin bill with  Spartanburg Methodist College. Even though both teams compete in Region X baseball play, the games will not count in region play.