USCL Lancers

  • Lancers garner diamond honors
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster’s 2017 baseball season has been over for nearly a month, but the Lancers are still reaping postseason diamond honors. The Lancers, who finished 41-17 and won the NJCAA Region X regular-season championship, had two players – shortstop-center fielder Jared Williams and first baseman Evan Edwards – garner third team All-American honors. Two other players – redshirt freshman pitcher David Dunlavey and freshman outfielder Cross Holfert – were NJCAA honorable mention All-Americans.
  • Lancers bats boom in tourney win over Owls
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster used blazing bats to post a 17-7 win over Harford in the opening round of the NJCAA Easter District baseball tournament at Sparrow Stadium in Florence on Thursday afternoon. The Lancers, 40-15, drilled 11 hits on the way to the 10-run rout of the Fighting Owls, the NJCAA Region 20 champions.
  • Lancers reap Region X baseball honors
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers, the regular-season NJCAA Region X baseball champions, reaped their share of diamond honors with the school’s first-ever regular-season title. USCL swept the region’s top three awards as veteran head coach Steve Williams was named the Region X Coach of the Year and two Lancers earned top player honors.
  • Lancers drop two Sunday in Region X tournament
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers dropped a pair of losses Sunday to see their hopes of winning the Region X tournament end with the two defeats in Burlington, N.C. The Lancers, 39-15, opened the double-elimination tournament with a 8-6 win over USC Sumter on Saturday, but dropped the two losses Sunday when USCL fell to Florence-Darlington Tech, 8-4 and Spartanburg Methodist College, 16-3.
  • Lancers keep pace in region race with two wins
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers captured two wins over host  Louisburg College (N.C.) on Friday. The Lancers, 36-11, 11-3, swept the Hurricanes 13-3 and 11-0 to keep pace in the Region X baseball race. The final two games of the four-game set were scheduled for Saturday, but rained out and will not be played.
  • Lancers lace Indians in sweep
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers swept a Region X baseball series from visiting USC Salkehatchie, winning two doubleheaders at the Lancaster High School baseball field over the weekend. The Lancers, 34-11, 9-3, prevailed Sunday, winning 11-8 and 11-1. The nightcap ended in dramatic fashion as Jared Williams slammed a three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning with two out to cap the three-run win.
  • Lancers drop 3 of 4 games
    The University of South Carolina capped a Region X road series, dropping two games to host Florence-Darlington Tech at the Stingers’ field on Sunday. Florence Darlington Tech prevailed 6-1, 11-4 to win three of four games in the weekend series. The Stingers capped the series with an 11-4 win Sunday afternoon.
  • Lancers split with Crusaders
    The University of South Carolina Lancers split a pair of baseball games Monday night at Belmont Abbey with the Crusaders’ jayvees. USCL rebounded from an 8-6 loss in the opener to take a 3-2 win. Cross Holfert drilled two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs in the Lancers’ win.
  • Lancers gain sweep of Saints
    The USCL Lancers improved to 22-7 on the season, takng two wins over the Limestone College junior varsity baseball team on Thursday. The Lancers prevailed, 15-7 and 15-3. In the eight-run win, the Lancers drilled 15 hits, with Cross Holfert leading the way with three hits, including two doubles and a RBI.
  • Lancers sweep Belmont Abbey jayvees
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team swept a pair from the visiting Belmont Abbey junior varsity Thursday at the Lancaster High School baseball field. USCL, 15-2, downed the Junior Crusaders, 9-5 and 12-3. In the nine-run win to cap the sweep, the Lancers ignited for a seven-run sixth inning on the way to the lopsided win. USCL used its share of long balls – three homers – to notch the win. Tyrie Blalock belted a three-run shot, while Jared Williams and Kyle Strovink each slammed a solo blast.