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USCL Lancers

  • USCL booters fall twice
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer teams had a tough day on the pitch Thursday afternoon at home. The Lancers, facing NJCAA Region X foe Wake Technical Community College, lost a pair of matches to the visiting Eagles. The USCL women’s team, 1-6, dropped a 5-1 loss in the opener and the men fell to the Eagles, 6-2. In the opening match, the WTCC women built a 4-0 halftime lead on the way to the victory. USCL midfielder Tori Lollis had the lone Lancers goal. Lancers keeper Lauren Hagins had 11 saves in the match.
  • USCL takes road win over USC Sumter
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster men’s soccer team rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to take a 2-1 road win over USC Sumter on Tuesday. Nick Beauchamp and Giancarlo Marin each had a goal in the second half to lift the Lancers to the Region X comeback win. Beauchamp scored on a penalty kick from 30 yards out and Marin tallied on an assist from Fernando Gonzalez. USCL keeper Austin Gunnels notched 27 saves in the Lancers’ win.
  • Lancers look to rebound
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers men’s soccer team will look to get back on track in Region X play Tuesday when it visits USC Sumter to battle the Fire Ants. The match to open the Lancers’ October portion of the 2018 schedule is set for 2 p.m. at USCS. It was originally scheduled for Sept. 11, but reset due to weather-related concerns with Hurricane Florence. The USCL men, led by first-year head coach Dave Parnell, dropped a 2-0 home loss to the Patrick Henry Community College Sentinels on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Lancers drop two matches
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster dropped a pair of Region X home soccer matches to visiting USC Salkehatchie on Monday afternoon. The Lady Lancers dropped a 4-1 loss and the Lancers fell to the Indians, 1-0 in overtime. The USCL men, 2-4, opened the season with a 2-1 win over USCS, but couldn’t complete the season sweep Monday at home.
  • Lancers soccer teams fall
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers soccer teams have had a tough go of it in recent play, battling foes and dodging the weather. The Lancers dropped a pair of losses at Wake Tech in Raleigh, N.C., on Sept. 7. The USCL men lost to Wake Tech of Raleigh, N.C., falling 5-0. "We played well, but gave up three goals early," USCL coach David Parnell said. “That put us in a hole.” Wake Tech scored on a penalty kick and added a late goal off a USCL player in its shutout win.
  • Lancers sweep in soccer wins over USCU Bantams
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers captured a pair of soccer wins over USC Union at the USCL field on Tuesday. The Lady Lancers 1-1, blanked the USC Union Bantams, 8-0 and the Lancers rolled to a 6-2 win over the USC Union men. In the women’s match, Alexis McCarthys paced the Lady Lancers with three goals and an assist. Torie Lolis posted two goals and four assists. Cameron Young had a goal and an assist. Estephania Magana and Makenzie Moore each  added a goal in the Lady Lancers’ win.
  • Lancers open with 2-1 win over Indians
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers opened their soccer seasons with a split at USC Salkehatchie in Allendale on Thursday afternoon. The Lancers posted a 2-1 win over the Indians, while the Lady Lancers dropped a 5-1 loss to the USCS girls. The Lancers forged a 2-0 lead in the men’s match and held on for the tight win. Daniel Lopez, on an assist from Fernando Gonzalez, put USCL up 1-0, the halftime score. Gonzalez, with an assist from Tyler Satterlee, gave the Lancers a 2-0 edge.
  • Parnell to lead USCL soccer
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer program has new leadership. David Parnell, a former assistant coach with the Lancers soccer program, is returning to lead the USCL men’s and women’s teams. Parnell, 54, worked with the Lancers program two years, 2013 and 2014, as an assistant to former USCL soccer coach Randy Jordan. Jordan, a Lancaster native, resigned as the USCL soccer coach in March of 2016 after he was named the recreation director for the Town of Kershaw.
  • USCL sets volleyball camps
    From release The University of South Carolina Lancaster volleyball program will offer two volleyball camps, a middle school camp and high school skills camp at the Gregory Family YMCA in August. The middle school fundamental camp is Aug. 3 for girls ages 11-13. The camp is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with registration at 8:30 a.m. and lunch at noon. The price is $60 person, with a discount of 15 percent with a team registration of six players or more.
  • Lancers add LHS trio to baseball lineup
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball program pulled a triple play in the Lancaster High School media center on May 18. The USCL Lancers landed a trio of LHS baseball standouts to the fold, Austin Catoe, Anson Taylor and Hunter Thomas. Catoe, the Bruins’ veteran shortstop, earned the team’s MVP for the 2018 season. Thomas was the LHS Most Valuable Pitcher and Taylor, a versatile player who played five different positions during the season, was the LHS Bruins Pride Award winner.