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The Citadel in the News: Archive

June 2010

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Wednesday
June 30, 2010
Turner Padget attorney takes over as chairman of Ethics Commission ('90)

Charleston attorney Phillip Florence Jr. has been named chairman of the State Ethics Commission.  Florence, who previously served as the commission’s vice-chairman, is an Of Counsel attorney in Turner Padget Graham & Laney’s Charleston office. He begins his term as chairman today.  Florence graduated from The Citadel in 1990 and completed his juris doctorate at the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1994. He has extensive experience litigating cases involving general liability, premises liability, negligence, fraud, personal injury and employment disputes.

Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - website
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Tuesday
June 29, 2010
Camp Eggers honors the fallen in Afghanistan

As the sun set over Camp Eggers this past Memorial Day, hundreds of coalition members gathered to pay tribute to comrades lost in battle – not just U.S. fallen heroes, but fallen heroes from every nation.  During the coalition memorial remembrance ceremony, service members who gave their life in support of Operation Enduring Freedom were honored with a moment of silence and a roll call of their names during a candlelight ceremony.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Tuesday
June 29, 2010
Greenville's Merl Code named interim S.C. State president

Merl F. Code, a Greenville attorney and municipal judge, has been selected as acting president of S.C. State University. 
Trustees voted 7-5 for Code to serve during the search for a permanent replacement for George Cooper, whose contract was not renewed, the Associated Press reported.

Published in: Greenville News - website
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Tuesday
June 29, 2010
SC State board to discuss finances

South Carolina State University's board will have its first opportunity today to publicly question the school's finance leader on how millions of dollars for the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center have been spent.  The discussion comes amid calls from two board members to conduct an audit to find out where millions of state and federal dollars that have passed through the center over the past 12 years went.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
June 28, 2010
Cadets named to spring 2010 President's List

Forty-three Citadel cadets have been place on the President’s List for the spring 2010 semester. The President’s List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed. It indicates excellence in academics and military duties. The President's List is a combination of the Dean’s List and the Commandant’s Distinguished List, which is composed of cadets who contribute the most to their companies and who have excellent military and academic records. President's List cadets will be recognized during the Oct. 1 military dress parade. The parade begins at 3:45 p.m. on Summerall Field. 

Published in: www.citadel.edu - Online

Monday
June 28, 2010
Dorm That Honors Klansman Sparks Debate

AUSTIN, Texas—The University of Texas is grappling with whether to change the name of a campus dormitory here that for 55 years has honored a late law professor and Ku Klux Klan leader.  The squat all-male dorm near UT Austin's law school bears the name of William Stewart Simkins, a UT law professor for 30 years until his death in 1929. He and his brother helped form the Ku Klux Klan in Florida after the Civil War.

Published in: The Wall Street Journal - website
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Monday
June 28, 2010
Executive Items

Banking - Trey Hamilton has been named a principal relationship manager with Wachovia Wells Fargo in the Charleston region. Previously, he was a managing consultant with IBM and also was a lender and investment adviser for Wachovia. He also served as a captain in the Air Force. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration from The Citadel and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
June 28, 2010
SC State U trustees to pick interim president

South Carolina State University trustees are expected to pick an interim president for the historically black school in Orangeburg.  S.C. State board converges for retreat, published 6/28/2010 The school's trustees plan a three-day retreat in Charleston, starting Monday. 

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
Bulletin Board

The Citadel Soccer Training Centers: Soccer camp for boys & girls ages 4-12, July 12-16, at The Citadel. Visit www.citadelsoccercamp.com to register online. Full and half-day program available.

CHUCK DRIESELL BASKETBALL CAMP: Citadel basketball head coach offers Day Camp July 12-16. For ages 7-18, runs 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily at The Citadel. Day Camp III in Mount Pleasant at the Park West Gym, Aug. 3-6. Grades K-3, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and grades 4-8 are from 1-4 p.m., go to driesellbasketball.com or call (843) 953-5893.

Citadel Soccer Training Centers: Soccer training for ages 4-12, July 12-16. Full and half-day programs. Visit citadelsoccercamp.com to apply online. Sibling discount. Call Bob Winch at (843) 953-5844.

CITADEL BASEBALL CAMPS: Day camp June 28-July 1, The Citadel, ages 7-17 ($195). Call Zach Brown at 953-7265 or go to www.citadelsports.com.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
Former Bulldogs star has only one regret

Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories that looks at life after sports for former local athletes who made headlines years ago.  The iconic photograph shows Anthony Jenkins in full flight, sliding in head-first and reaching with his left hand to tag home plate, scoring the winning run in The Citadel's only College World Series victory.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
In other news: (scroll down)

--First baseman Chris McGuiness (James Island HS/The Citadel) is in town with the Greenville Drive to face the RiverDogs this weekend, and is playing well with the Red Sox's Class A affiliate. He's batting .284 with eight homers and 29 RBIs through 49 games, and went 4 for 5 at Hickory last Sunday.

--Third baseman Dallas McPherson (The Citadel) seems to be rounding into form in his latest comeback from injury. He homered twice and drove in five runs against Las Vegas last Tuesday, and is batting .287 with six homers and 27 RBIs through 26 games for Triple-A Sacramento.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
Lowcountry draftees off to quick starts

Lowcountry standouts chosen in the recent MLB draft got their pro baseball careers started last week, all of them in fine fashion.

--Ex-Citadel pitcher Asher Wojciechowski, the No. 41 overall pick in the draft, made his debut for the Blue Jays' New York-Penn League team, the Auburn Doubledays. He started and pitched four innings of shutout ball in a 5-0 win over Mahoning Valley last Tuesday, giving up three hits and two walks while striking out two.

--Former Bulldogs second baseman Bryan Altman, chosen in the 41st round by the Padres, is with the AZL Padres in the rookie Arizona League. He went 2 for 4 with a triple and an RBI in his second game, and is batting .286 through two games.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
Palmetto Pros

MINOR LEAGUE position players

THE CITADEL

Name Pos. Team (Level, Org.) G Avg HR RBI

Dallas McPherson 3B Sacramento (AAA, Oak) 26 .287 6 27

Richard Jones OF Boise (A, Cubs) 43 .209 3 20

Chris McGuiness 1B G'ville (A, Boston) 49 .284 8 29

Chris Swauger RF Palm Beach (A, STL) 25 .300 4 21

Bryan Altman 2B AZL Padres (R, SD) 2 .286 0 1

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 27, 2010
Standing against drilling (Citadel employee quoted)

More than 200 people clasped hands and stood in the surf in a quarter-mile stretch near the Folly Beach pier as part of the international movement "Hands Across the Sand" to unite against offshore drilling and urge politicians to end America's dependence on oil. Paul Cantrell (Citadel Energy Manager) of James Island came out to hold hands because he supports wind energy.  "We need windmills and not oil wells," he said. "If a windmill falls into the ocean, no big deal. If an oil rig falls into the ocean and explodes, people die and bad things happen."

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 26, 2010
Heavy-handed enforcement

This arrest is the latest development in what appears to be a campaign to put the clamps on alcohol violations that previously had been viewed as harmless. Participants of the French Quarter Art Walk have been cited for carrying plastic cups of wine while walking from gallery to gallery. Tailgating at Citadel football games has been targeted for alcohol consumption.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 26, 2010
John Avritte Huss Sr. ('84 - obit)

John Avritte Huss Sr, 48, passed away on Tuesday June 22, 2010 after a courageous battle with colon cancer. He was born 4/14/62 in Tacoma, WA to the late Webb Hunter Huss Jr. and the late Barbara Smith Huss.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 26, 2010
Retiring MUSC dean on cruise control

Reves, whose father taught math and coached tennis at The Citadel, grew up on campus and swam in the Ashley River. He attended the Gaud School for Boys at South Adgers Wharf and East Bay Street, then spent the 11th and 12th grades at the Darlington School for Boys in Rome, Ga.  Having The Citadel for a playground was great fun, he said. His bosom buddy was Joe Harrison, whose father taught English at the school.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 26, 2010
Tuition at SC Schools Increases, Scare Some Students

Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Universities around the Palmetto State are increasing their tuitions and it's putting many students in tough financial positions.  Clemson University, The University of South Carolina, The Citadel and College of Charleston are all raising their tuition rates.

Broadcast on: WLTX TV Columbia - website
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Friday
June 25, 2010
Citadel's Wojociechowski, C of C's Leeds earns ABCA accolades

Charlottesville, Va. -- The Citadel's Asher Wojciechowski and College of Charleston's Matt Leeds picked up another national award on Thursday when they were named to both the American Baseball Coaches Association's All-Atlantic Region Team as well as the All-America team.  Wojciechowski, Leeds and Clemson's Kyle Parker were named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-America third team.  On the All-Atlantic region team, Wojciechowski, Leeds and Parker were joined by Wofford's Mac Doyle and Coastal Carolina's Anthony Meo.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Friday
June 25, 2010
Clemson raises tuition, fees by $830 a year (Citadel mentioned)

Clemson University announced a tuition increase Wednesday that will have South Carolina students pay almost $12,000 per year, for now the second-highest tuition among public colleges and universities in the state.  Clemson, citing a $27 million cut in annual state support, raised tuition and required fees by $830 a year, or 7.5 percent, for in-state students and $2,032, or 8 percent, for out-of-state students. Students attending Clemson from out of state will now pay $27,420 a year.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
June 25, 2010
Leeds, Parker, and Wojciechowski all make ABCA All-American third team

Charlottesville, Va. – The Citadel's Asher Wojciechowski picked up another national award on Thursday when he was named to both the American Baseball Coaches Association's All-Atlantic Region Team as well as the 2010 All-America team. Wojciechowski was named to the first team of the All-Atlantic Region Team, joining College of Charleston's Matt Leeds and Wofford's Mac Doyle as the only players from the Southern Conference.

Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5 Charleston
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Thursday
June 24, 2010
Clemson board to decide today whether to raise tuition

CLEMSON — Clemson University students and their families could know today how much deeper they'll have to dig into their pockets for tuition this fall.  Clemson President Jim Barker will present a recommendation on tuition to university trustees at a special meeting scheduled in Greenville, according to the meeting agenda.

Published in: Greenville News - website
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Thursday
June 24, 2010
College GOP

The South Carolina College Republicans Federation recently held its annual state convention in Columbia.  Karlen Senn of Converse was elected state chairman of the organization, and William Sturm of Clemson was elected vice chairman.  Sally Atwater from Furman was elected to serve another year as state secretary, and Mason Sullivan from The Citadel was elected as state treasurer.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
June 24, 2010
Cribb's arm lifts Rock Hill past Clover

Rock Hill Post 34 rode the arm of starting pitcher Logan Cribb to win 6-1 in American Legion League V action Wednesday at Clover High School. Cribb scattered five singles over eight strong innings to beat Clover Post 38.  Cribb, a recent Rock Hill graduate who is headed to The Citadel to play baseball, walked two and struck out seven.

Published in: The Herald, Rock Hill - website
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Thursday
June 24, 2010
In profile: Dan Johnson ('93)

Dan Johnson’s victory in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary runoff for solicitor means Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott will lose his top lawyer and chief deputy — a scenario Lott has come to expect.  ...His athletic skills brought him to South Carolina and The Citadel. In 1993, when he was a cadet, one of his teammates was severely injured in a bar fight. Johnson saved his life by holding together his carotid artery until help arrived.  The next day, as Johnson was jogging home from visiting his teammate in the hospital, he chased down a purse snatcher and held him until police arrived. For both of those feats, he was awarded the state’s coveted Order of the Palmetto.

Published in: The State - website
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Thursday
June 24, 2010
Kinard remembered as great patriot

Bobby Kinard was remembered as a son of North Charleston, a patriotic veteran and a father.  But almost everyone who gave a eulogy at his funeral service Wednesday remembered him as a champion of the little guy. Kinard's resume reflected a long record of achievement. He graduated from North Charleston High School in 1964, The Citadel in 1972, and the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1975. He served in the Air Force from 1966 to 1970, including three years in Vietnam.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
June 23, 2010
A TV ad Barrett should run

Transcript of the final campaign commercial starring Republican gubernatorial candidate Gresham Barrett and the Drill Sergeant, titled "THUMPED."  The scene: An empty hotel ballroom festooned with streamers and balloons slowly losing their air. Gresham Barrett sits alone at the edge of the stage, his tie askew, his head in his hands. He looks like a man who doesn't know what hit him. The Drill Sergeant, in his camo fatigues, walks in.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
June 23, 2010
Ard topples Citadel grad Connor

Florence County councilman Ken Ard is the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor, pulling out a strong win over Bill Connor in the GOP runoff.  With nearly 90 percent of the vote counted, Ard had 61 percent of the returns Tuesday to Connor's 39 percent. Connor, an Orangeburg attorney and Army reservist, is a Citadel graduate.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
June 23, 2010
SC woman sues university president for harassment

COLUMBIA — A South Carolina woman has sued a university president, accusing him of sexual harassment.  Multiple media outlets reported that a former vice president at Allen University in Columbia, Sonya Melton, has sued school president Charles Young in federal court.  The lawsuit accuses Young of coercing Melton into having sex and attempting to control her relationships and choking and shoving her between 2006 and 2008. Melton says she was demoted in 2008 after she requested a meeting with school officials.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
June 23, 2010
South Carolina blanked North Carolina twice (scroll down)

• South Carolina blanked North Carolina twice -- 1-0 and 5-0 -- in the N.C.-S.C. Select Games in baseball action this past weekend at Coastal Carolina University.  The MVPs in the North-South all-star games were Fort Mill's Alex Tomasovich (a Charleston Southern signee), White Knoll's Zack Smith (Erskine), Batesburg-Leesville's Scott Price (USC Sumter) and Waccamaw's Aaron Bishop (The Citadel).

Published in: Greenville News - website
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Wednesday
June 23, 2010
Wojo shines in pro debut

NILES, OHIO -- Former Citadel All-American Asher Wojciechowski sparkled in his professional baseball debut Tuesday night, pitching four shutout innings for the Auburn (N.Y.) Doubledays.  Wojciechowski, the No. 41 overall pick in the major league draft by the Blue Jays, allowed just three hits during his four-inning stint in a 5-0 win over Mahoning Valley in the short-season New York-Penn League.

Published in: The Post and Courier

Tuesday
June 22, 2010
2002 graduate elected to the college’s governing board

Dylan W. Goff will join The Citadel Board of Visitors effective July 1. He replaces William E. Jenkinson III who retired in June after 18 years on the college’s governing board. Goff graduated from The Citadel in 2002 with a degree in history. He was a member of F Company as cadet. Goff went on to graduate in 2007 from the University of South Carolina School of Law and is currently an associate attorney at James E. Smith Jr. P.A. in Columbia, S.C.

Published in: www.citadel.edu - Online

Tuesday
June 22, 2010
Citadel in the News (multiple sources)

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Broadcast on: TVEyes Media Monitoring Service - website
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Tuesday
June 22, 2010
Kennickell to co-host webinar

Al Kennickell, president of The Kennickell Group in Savannah, will co-host a national webinar, "Increasing Response and Conversion with Marketing Sciences," with Kodak Wednesday at 1 p.m.  There is no registration fee. The presentation will focus on data analytics and how it can extract value from any organization's basic data. Kennickell will go into detail on how The Kennickell Group used Kodak's data analysis tool to help The Citadel's Brigadier Foundation eliminate 13,000 names from their mailing list while increasing their membership by 18 percent.

Published in: Savannah Now - website
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Tuesday
June 22, 2010
SC State begins search for new president

COLUMBIA — South Carolina State University has begun the search  for a new president, less than a week after the school's board refused to renew President George Cooper's contract.  The State newspaper reported the five-man presidential search committee met by teleconference behind closed doors Monday. A school spokeswoman says no decisions were made in the 20-minute meeting.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
June 22, 2010
W. Robert Kinard ('72 - obit)

The relatives and friends of Robert "Bobby" Kinard are invited to attend his Funeral Service on Wednesday, June 23, 2010, in the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 5001 Coliseum Drive, Charleston, SC 29418, at two o'clock. Burial will follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens with military honors.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
June 22, 2010
Woodley graduates from Infantryman training

Army Spec. Booker T. Woodley has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. The training consists of Basic Infantry Training and Advanced Individual Training.  He is the son of Booker and Carrie Woodley of Fox Squirrel Run, Summerville, S.C.  The specialist graduated in 2003 from Stratford High School, Goose Creek, S.C., and received a bachelor's degree in 2007 from The Citadel, Charleston, S.C.

Published in: Summervillw Journal Scene - website
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Monday
June 21, 2010
Who's Better? You make the call.

But has the Lowcountry seen two athletes as good or as dominant at the same time as Berkeley High's Bruce Ellington and Burke High's Del'Javon Simmons? Simmons will play football at The Citadel, although he could play basketball and baseball for the Bulldogs as well before his college career is done.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 20, 2010
In other (minor league baseball) news

--Pitcher Wes Wrenn (The Citadel) is headed to Brooklyn in the short-season New York-Penn League after making two starts for Class A St. Lucie.

--Pitcher Asher Wojciechowski (The Citadel) is due to make his first pro start Tuesday for the Auburn Doubledays, the Blue Jays' team in the NY-Penn League. He was the No. 41 overall pick in this year's draft.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 20, 2010
Palmetto Pros Statistics

Minor League position players

THE CITADEL

Name Pos. Team (Level, Org.) G Avg HR RBI

Dallas McPherson 3B Sacramento (AAA, Oak) 19 .273 2 17

Richard Jones OF Boise (A, Cubs) 38 .212 2 17

C. McGuiness 1B G'ville (A, Boston) 45 .285 8 29

Chris Swauger RF Palm Beach (A, STL) 17 .306 3 10

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 20, 2010
Sports Bulletin Board

Ed Conroy Basketball CAMP: For boys and girls ages 6-16. July 12-16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Porter-Gaud High School. Visit EdConroy.com or call 843-991-4297 or 843-412-9594.

CHUCK DRIESELL BASKETBALL CAMP: Citadel basketball head coach offers Day Camp II July 12-16. For ages 7-18, runs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at The Citadel. Day Camp III in Mount Pleasant at the Park West Gym, Aug. 3-6. Grades K-3, from 9 a.m. - noon and grades 4-8 are from 1-4 p.m., go to driesellbasketball.com or call 843-953-5893

``KEVIN HIGGINS FOOTBALL CAMPS: Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins is offering four camps this summer at The Citadel. QB/WR Camp (June 23-25) grades 8-12. Register online at www.kevinhigginsfootball.com. E-mail Aashon Larkins at larkinsa1@citadel.edu.

Citadel Soccer Training Centers: Soccer training for boys and girls, ages 4-12 weeks of June 21-25 and July 12-16. Full and half-day programs. Visit citadelsoccercamp.com to apply online. Sibling discount. Call Bob Winch at 843-953-5844.

CITADEL BASEBALL CAMPS: Father/Son Camp June 25-27 at The Citadel for ages 5-14 ($375); Day camp June 28-July 1 at The Citadel for ages 7-17 ($195). Call Zach Brown at 953-7265 or go to www.citadelsports.com.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
June 20, 2010
Widow: Tragedy didn't have to happen

A private detective hired by former North Charleston Mayor Bobby Kinard ('72) told Kinard repeatedly to stay away from the apartment where his wife was inside with another man, an attorney for the investigator said Saturday.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
Ex-N. Charleston mayor dead ('72)

MOUNT PLEASANT -- As police closed in around him, former North Charleston Mayor Bobby Kinard shot himself in the head early Friday after wounding a man he found with his estranged wife, authorities said.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
Gen and Mrs. Rosa photo (not web accessible)

CITADEL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - the cutline reads,"The Citadel School of Business Administration held its sixth annual Hall of Fame banquet on April 15.  Attending the event was Citadel President Lt. Gen. Jojn W. Rosa (from left), Donna Rosa and Gen. David H. Petraeus, commander of the U.S. Central Command and former commanding general of the Multinational Force in Iraq.  Petraeus was inducted into the Hall of Fame as Leader of Principle."

Published in: The Post and Courier

Saturday
June 19, 2010
Hampton Park pedestrian concerns (letters to the editor)

Hampton Park users should feel safe walking in the park, but due to poor city planning, Rutledge Avenue is used as a conduit for the staff of The Citadel and the MUSC...The idea for the Elmwood extension is the product of The Citadel's civil engineering cadets.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
New commander

Capt. Michael F. White Jr. was promoted Friday to commanding officer of Coast Guard Sector Charleston.  "I'm thrilled to be here," White said at the change-of-command ceremony in The Citadel's Mark Clark Hall.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
Tuesday's GOP runoff: Here's a look at Gresham Barrett

Citadel graduate, bachelor's degree; married; three children, who all graduated from public high school after a mix of home, private and Christian schooling; served four years in the U.S. Army artillery, honorably discharged as a captain; first job, as a child, was as a coal bucket boy in the family's furniture store in Westminster; ran the store for 10 years before selling it in 2006; 2009 tax return shows $193,000 income and $20,000 contributed to charity.

Published in: The Island Packet - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
USC raises tuition by 6.9 percent

USC's tuition increase is less than the than 14.75 percent and 13 percent hikes approved at the College of Charleston and The Citadel, respectively, but more than the 4.9 percent and 4.5 percent boosts at Coastal Carolina University and Lander University, respectively.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
June 19, 2010
USC trustees boost tuition 6.9 percent

USC is now the 11th of the state’s 13 public, four-year colleges and universities to raise its tuition. Winthrop University and Clemson University have not made final decisions on tuition, but they are expected to increase their costs as well.  USC’s tuition increase is less than the than 14.75 percent and 13 percent hikes approved at the College of Charleston and The Citadel but more than the 4.9 percent and 4.5 percent boosts at Coastal Carolina University and Lander University.

Published in: The State - website
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Friday
June 18, 2010
Blue Jays sign former Beaufort High standout

The Toronto Blue Jays signed first-round draft pick and former Beaufort High pitching standout Asher Wojciechowski on Wednesday afternoon.  Wojciechowski will get a signing bonus of $814,500, according to Jim Calis of Baseball America. The Blue Jays used their sandwich pick, No. 41 overall, to draft Wojciechowski last week, making the 6-foot-4, 235-pound right-hander The Citadel's highest draft pick ever.

Published in: Beaufort Gazette - website
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Friday
June 18, 2010
Bobby Kinard ('72) dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound

Former North Charleston Mayor Bobby Kinard shot himself in the head during a traffic stop overnight following a domestic disturbance and shooting, sources have told The Post and Courier.  Kinard, 64, served as North Charleston's mayor from 1991 to 1994. He resigned after very public feuds with some members of City Council soured beyond repair.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
June 18, 2010
Charleston baseball Hall of Fame

The Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame released the candidates for its Class of 2010, which will be selected by the readership of The Post and Courier.  Citadel baseball coach Fred Jordan is among 12 finalists on the Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame ballot.  The Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame is jointly coordinated and operated by The Post and Courier and the Charleston RiverDogs. An advisory committee consisting of knowledgeable and local volunteers was created to come up with the names as potential nominees. The Hall of Fame is located inside Riley Park.

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Friday
June 18, 2010
Klan confusion (letter to the editor)

On June 2 an article by Diane Knich concerned whether William Simkins of South Carolina and a Citadel graduate had been appropriately honored as a Texas law professor after the War Between the States, since he had been a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Many people confuse the original Klan with the present scuffed shoe outfit. The only thing these two organizations bear in common is the name.

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Friday
June 18, 2010
New commander is assigned to Watervliet Arsenal

WATERVLIET -- Watervliet Arsenal, which makes large-caliber cannon and other weaponry for the military, will get a new commander next month.  Col. Scott Fletcher, who has served as commander of the manufacturing operation since 2008, is taking an assignment at the Pentagon in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army.  Fletcher, 45, is a 1986 graduate of The Citadel in South Carolina. His previous assignment was as deputy director of the International Student Management Office of the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.

Published in: Times Union - Alabama - website
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Friday
June 18, 2010
The need for networking

(Dorothy Perrin Moore, Ph.D., is professor emerita of business and entrepreneurship at The Citadel.) 
Like organizational careers, the growth stages in entrepreneurial women-owned firms take many twists and turns. According to the National Foundation for Women Business Owners, many firms are growing larger, but are still predominantly owner-manager operations.

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Friday
June 18, 2010
Wojo, Altman sign with pro teams

Things are happening fast for former Citadel pitcher Asher Wojciechowski.  The No. 41 overall pick in last week's Major League Baseball draft signed Wednesday with the Toronto Blue Jays. He will travel today to Auburn, N.Y., where he will begin his pro career with the Doubledays in the short-season New York-Penn League.

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Thursday
June 17, 2010
'A calling' for politics; 40 things to know about Gresham Barrett

12. Attempting to speak to a booing crowd at a Greenville Tea Party, upset by his vote on the financial bailout, last spring was the lowest point in his political career. “I’ve done some tough things in my life – gone to the Citadel and served my country – but politically speaking, that was probably the toughest thing I’ve ever faced.”

Published in: The State - website
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Thursday
June 17, 2010
Almost good enough

Richard Blakeney is 32 years old, a local who studied music and theater at Winthrop University, went to Chicago, tried to make it, didn't, then came home to figure out why. ...To reach those goals, he works hard toning his body and his art. In between, he supports himself by working at The Citadel gym, doing catering jobs and singing on the streets of Charleston for tips.

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Thursday
June 17, 2010
Gamecocks to take on Navy as part of 2011 non-SEC schedule

Navy joins The Citadel, Clemson and East Carolina as the other non-conference teams currently scheduled for the 2011 season.  USC was originally scheduled to play The Citadel in 2010, but the game was moved back a year.

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Thursday
June 17, 2010
Wednesday Night Sports 4-Cast June 16, 2010

Charleston, S.C. - Former Citadel pitcher Asher Wojciechowski has officially signed with the Toronto Blue Jays. Wojo was the 41st selection overall in last weeks amateur draft. The Riverdogs exploded for 15 runs on 22 hits in a 15-6 win over Augusta. Emerson Landoni led the way with 5 hits and 3 rbi's.

Broadcast on: WCIV TV 4 Charleston - website

Wednesday
June 16, 2010
(Citadel basketball coach Chuck Driesell - starting from scratch...)

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Broadcast on: WCIV TV 4, Charleston - website
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Wednesday
June 16, 2010
Asher Wojciechowski signing with the Toranto Blue Jays (TV Clips 16 Jun 2010 - 5 sources)

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Published in: TVEyes Media Monitoring - website

Wednesday
June 16, 2010
Florence psychiatrist receives statewide honor

FLORENCE — Dr. Al Harley, a Christian psychiatrist on East Pine Street in Florence, has many awards lining the walls of his office, but he’s had to make room for one more this month.  Harley is this year’s recipient of the Order of the Palmetto award, the state’s highest civilian honor for service.  Harley graduated from The Citadel as a second lieutenant in 1955 and worked in the Army as a psychiatrist before moving to Florence in 1965.

Published in: Florence Morning News - website
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Wednesday
June 16, 2010
S.C. State trustees vote out Cooper

South Carolina State University's Board of Trustees effectively fired President George Cooper on Tuesday when it voted not to renew his contract.  After meeting behind closed doors for nearly five hours to discuss Cooper's performance evaluation, the board voted 7-4 to terminate him. His contract expires June 30.

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Wednesday
June 16, 2010
Wojciechowski signs with the Blue Jays (video included)

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Asher Wojciechowski's impressive career at The Citadel is over. The star starting pitcher signed with the Blue Jays on Wednesday, according to the Canadian Press.  He was the 41st overall pick (part of the Comp A Round) in last week's MLB draft;

Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5 Charleston - website
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Tuesday
June 15, 2010
Dr. Charlotte Murrow Taylor to Be Profiled in Exclusive Registry

CAMERON, SC, June 15, 2010 /Cambridge Who's Who/ -- Dr. Charlotte Murrow Taylor has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in counseling.   A Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor in South Carolina, a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Doctoral Addictions Counselor, a Certified Mediator in South Carolina, and a former Outdoor Challenge Course Facilitator, Dr. Taylor previously served as an associate professor at Clemson University (1995 - 2001), a graduate assistant at the University of Memphis (1990 - 1992), an adjunct professor at The Citadel ((1984 - 1995)...

Published in: 24-7pressrelease.com - website

Tuesday
June 15, 2010
Future Star of the MLB: Asher Wojciechowski

Finding a solid pitcher in the MLB Draft is not an easy thing to do. Despite this, the Toronto Blue Jays have done this when drafting Asher Wojciechowski, a right-handed-pitcher from the Citadel in South Carolina.  He attended Beaufort High School prior to college and was a starter for the Citadel team during his early college career. He also was part of Team USA as well.

Published in: Sportsrageous.com - website
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Tuesday
June 15, 2010
State legislators to take up 107 budget vetoes

COLUMBIA — South Carolina legislators will be back at their desks to decide the fate of 107 budget vetoes.  Tuesday's extended session promises to deliver Gov. Mark Sanford more veto wins than he has seen at any time since taking office in 2003.  He leaves office in January and his last round of budget vetoes include measures that could shut down state agencies and end spending on key programs.

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Monday
June 14, 2010
Palmetto State has become one of college baseball's best

Ray Tanner, Jack Leggett, Gary Gilmore, Monte Lee and Fred Jordan are a cast of South Carolina characters not likely to appear anytime soon on Fox News with Glenn Beck or on MSNBC with Keith Olbermann.  Yet these coaches and their programs have gained a measure of respect nationally over the past two weeks for a state desperately in need of good news. They have helped spread the word that the college baseball played in South Carolina can match that of any state in the land.

Published in: Charlotte Observer - website
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Monday
June 14, 2010
Wheeler of Lake City graduates from The Citadel

CHARLESTON — Cadet Benjamin Austin Wheeler of Lake City has graduated from The Citadel, the military college of South Carolina.  CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer delivered the commencement address to the South Carolina Corps of Cadets and active duty military students who participated in the May 8 graduation ceremony.  Wheeler earned a bachelor of arts in political science. He also achieved dean’s list recognition, which is given to those students registered for 12 or more semester hours whose grade point ratio is 3.2 or higher with no grade below a C for the previous semester’s work.  Wheeler is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wheeler Jr.

Published in: SCnow.com - website
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Sunday
June 13, 2010
Another honor for Citadel’s Wojo

Charleston, S.C. – Asher Wojciechowski collected another national award this week as he was named to the Ping! Baseball All-American Second Team.  The reigning Soutern Conference Pitcher of the Year became the highest draft pick in the history of The Citadel baseball program on Monday when he was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays with the 41st overall pick.

Broadcast on: WCIV TV 4 Charleston - website

Sunday
June 13, 2010
Bulletin Board

Ed Conroy Basketball CAMP: For boys and girls ages 6-16. July 12-16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Porter-Gaud High School. Visit EdConroy.com or call (843) 991-4297 or (843) 412-9594.

CHUCK DRIESELL BASKETBALL CAMP: Citadel basketball head coach offers Day Camp II July 12-16. For ages 7-18, runs 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at The Citadel. Day Camp III in Mount Pleasant at the Park West Gym, Aug. 3-6. Grades K-3, from 9-12 p.m. and grades 4-8 are from 1-4 p.m., go to driesellbasketball.com or call (843) 953-5893.


CAROLYN GEIGER VOLLEYBALL CAMP: Teaching fundamentals to girls ages 8-18 at The Citadel, McAlister Field House. Camp dates: July 23-25; Beginner camp for ages 8 -12 is half-day from 8:30am-12:30pm. Cost: $100. Individual skills camp for ages 13-18 is from 8:30am-5:00pm. Cost: $200. Call (843) 953-7034 or go to citadelsports/volleyball.

KEVIN HIGGINS FOOTBALL CAMPS: Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins is offering four camps this summer at The Citadel. QB/WR Camp (June 23-25) grades 8th -12th. Register on-line at www.kevinhigginsfootball.com. Email Aashon Larkins at larkinsa1@citadel.edu.

Baseball Camps: Charleston Baseball Summer Skills Camps May 31-July 29 at College Park (downtown) with coach Zach Brown (The Citadel) and Charleston Baseball Academy. Camp ages 6-18. Cost: $15 a day. Visit charlestonbaseballacademy.com or call 851-7187.

Citadel Soccer Training Centers: Soccer training for boys and girls, ages 4-12 weeks of June 21-25 and July 12-16. Full and half day programs. Visit citadelsoccercamp.com to apply online. Sibling Discount. Call Bob Winch at 843-953-5844.

CITADEL BASEBALL CAMPS: Day camp June 21-24 at Porter-Gaud (ages 7-17) $195; Father/Son Camp June 25-27 at The Citadel for ages 5-14 ($375); Day camp June 28-July 1 at The Citadel for ages 7-17 ($195). Call Zach Brown at 953-7265 or go to www.citadelsports.com.

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Sunday
June 13, 2010
Literacy rates show improvement

McGinley didn't have an explanation for what happened, but she said she's glad to see fewer schools needing the same level of help as Burke High. She hopes to start another partnership with The Citadel to help teachers earn reading certifications so they can work in some of the district's lowest-performing schools.

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Sunday
June 13, 2010
Pet Calendar

What: A Furry Affair

Who: Charleston Animal Society

When: 6-10 p.m. Saturday

Where: The Holliday Alumni Center at the Citadel

Details: Tickets are $75 and include food and drinks. The event includes a live and silent auction of art, vacations, cooking lessons, sports memorabilia and more accompanied by a night of food, cocktails and festivities. Tickets can be purchased online or at the shelter, 2455 Remount Road.

Contact: www.charlestonanimalsociety.org or 329-1546.

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Sunday
June 13, 2010
Program at SC college to focus on business ethics

CHARLESTON, S.C. — A South Carolina college has received a $1 million gift to start a program focusing on business ethics. The Citadel in Charleston announced the gift from BB&T Corp. of Winston-Salem, N.C., on Friday. The money will be used to set up an endowed professorship and create a program focusing on the ethical foundations of free enterprise and capitalism.

Published in: The State - website

Saturday
June 12, 2010
Citadel tuition hike likely 13%

Tuition for South Carolina residents at The Citadel will likely increase 13 percent next year, but the total cost of attending the military college, including room and board, will likely jump 6.3 percent. Tuition for South Carolina residents at The Citadel will likely increase 13 percent next year, but the total cost of attending the military college, including room and board, will likely jump 6.3 percent.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Saturday
June 12, 2010
Former Citadel quarterback charged with criminal sexual conduct

Charleston County investigators have filed a new sexual assault charge in connection with a high-profile home invasion on James Island that involved Citadel football players.  Former Bulldogs quarterback Miguel Starks is charged with criminal sexual conduct in the first degree...

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Saturday
June 12, 2010
Heffron completes standout high school career

Randall Heffron's favorite tennis player is Roger Federer. ... A four-time All-Lowcountry selection and two-time all-state player, Heffron started tennis when he was 3 or 4 years old and has tried to be the player and person his late father, former Citadel star Randy Heffron, would have wanted him to be.

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Saturday
June 12, 2010
State cuts prompt tuition and fees increase at The Citadel

In the face of cuts to The Citadel’s state funding, the college’s Board of Visitors on Saturday, June 12, 2010, voted to increase undergraduate and graduate tuition and fees next year.  The BOV approved increasing the “all-in” cost for in-state cadets by 6.3 percent, or $1,220 for freshmen and sophomores and $1,120 for junior and seniors.

Published in: WCBD TV 2 Charleston - website

Saturday
June 12, 2010
Tigers to take on Tide, former pitching coach

CLEMSON -- What kind of reception is former Clemson pitching coach Kyle Bunn expecting during the Clemson Super Regional?  After helping the Tigers to a national top-10 staff ERA last season, Bunn left for Alabama, which offered the former Citadel ace and Georgetown native the same position but with a substantial $100,000 contract, a 33 percent raise.

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Saturday
June 12, 2010
Tuition Increase (misc newspapers- 12 Jun 2010)

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Friday
June 11, 2010
Citadel gets $1 million from BB&T to create ethics program

A South Carolina college has received a $1 million gift to start a program focusing on business ethics.  The Citadel in Charleston announced the gift from BB&T Corp. of Winston-Salem, N.C., on Friday.  The money will be used to set up an endowed professorship and create a program focusing on the ethical foundations of free enterprise and capitalism.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Friday
June 11, 2010
Citadel proposes 13 percent tuition increase

Tuition for South Carolina residents at The Citadel will likely increase 13 percent next year.  The military college’s Board of Visitors Finance Committee approved the increase at a meeting today. The full board will likely approve the increase in a final vote on Saturday because all board members were present at today’s committee meeting, and none raised any objections.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Friday
June 11, 2010
Citadel Recieves Gift from BB&T (TV- three sources)

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Broadcast on: TVEves Media Monitoring - website
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Friday
June 11, 2010
Tuition Increase (TV clips 11-14 June 2010)

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Thursday
June 10, 2010
Hanahan's Hines joins draft parade

If the Major League Baseball first-year player draft is any indication, it's been a stellar year for pitching in the Lowcountry.  Hanahan standout Bryce Hines became the third Lowcountry high school pitcher chosen by a major league team, going in the 44th round to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday. Hines, a 6-1, 185-pound right-hander, already has signed a letter of intent to play at The Citadel.

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Thursday
June 10, 2010
Lowcountry Senior Center

Educational Programs  - Lowcountry Scholars: Intellectual topics and engaging speakers. June 16, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Sarah Tenney, The Citadel, Department of Political Science, discusses "Comparative Politics." Free for members, $5 for non.

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Thursday
June 10, 2010
Sanford signs $300M in across-the-board vetoes

COLUMBIA -- Gov. Mark Sanford said he wants to prepare South Carolina for the "financial tsunami" that is projected to hit a year from now, but the immediate effect of the 107 vetoes he issued Wednesday are even more budget cuts to health and social welfare programs, public schools and higher education and the state's fledgling film industry.

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Thursday
June 10, 2010
Several locals drafted on final day

Mauldin catcher Joe Jackson was selected in the 50th and final round by the Kansas City Royals. Jackson, who signed with The Citadel, is a great-great-great nephew of “Shoeless” Joe Jackson.

Published in: Greenville News - website
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Thursday
June 10, 2010
The Citadel's Matt Talley goes in 25th round of MLB Draft

Charleston, S.C. – The Citadel's Matt Talley became the second player drafted in as many days in this year's Major League Baseball Draft as he was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 25th round as the 751st overall pick on Tuesday.

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Wednesday
June 9, 2010
3 Bulldogs named to all-regional

The Citadel placed three baseball players on the all-regional team of the NCAA tournament last weekend at the Columbia Regional.  Seniors Bryan Altman and Kyle Jordan and junior Matt Talley made the 11-player squad, matching the most players on an all-region team in Citadel history. The 1990 College World Series team placed three players on the all-regional team in Miami.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Wednesday
June 9, 2010
Chuck Driesell Followed Father's Path, And His Own

When Chuck Driesell got his first Division I head coaching job in late April, at The Citadel, he talked to his father, who was on the job for 41 years and had the younger Driesell as a player and as an assistant.  Charles G. Driesell Sr. -- better known as Lefty -- told his only son (he also has three daughters) that there were three things he had to remember to be a successful head coach:

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Wednesday
June 9, 2010
Citadel in Major League Baseball Draft (3 sources)

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Wednesday
June 9, 2010
Citadel in MLB Draft (TV videos - 5 sources)

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Published in: Citadel External Affairs via TVEyes Media Monitoring - website

Wednesday
June 9, 2010
GOP to have runoff

Ken Ard and Bill Connor appear to be headed to a runoff for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.  Republicans Ken Ard (left) and Bill Connor will face a runoff election for Lieutenant Governor.   Ard, a Florence County councilman, had 34 percent of the vote with nearly all precincts reporting. Connor had 27 percent. The Orangeburg attorney is a Citadel graduate.

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Wednesday
June 9, 2010
Newcomer Loftis defeats Chellis

Chellis was picked by lawmakers to serve out the final three years of Thomas Ravenel's term after the Charleston real estate developer resigned from the office to face a cocaine charge. A graduate of The Citadel, the 66-year-old Chellis previously served as a state representative from Summerville.

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Wednesday
June 9, 2010
Wando's Cisco drafted in 6th round

Other players with state ties drafted:

Matt Talley, lhp, The Citadel, 25th round, 751st pick, Arizona Diamondbacks

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Tuesday
June 8, 2010
Blue Jays take Wojo at No. 41

Family lore has it that Asher Wojciechowski's first words were 'ball' and 'Braves.' When the toddler was restless, mom Carol switched the TV channel to a Braves game to calm him down.  When his family moved to Romania to do missionary work, an 11-year-old Asher rode a bus and train 45 minutes each way through the streets of Bucharest to baseball practice.

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Tuesday
June 8, 2010
C of C tuition to go up $1,326

While the College of Charleston approved the 14.75 percent increase, leaders at some of the state's other public colleges and universities are holding down tuition increases. The Citadel estimated that tuition would increase 7.3 percent for in-state students next year, but the military college won't decide on a final rate until later this month.

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Tuesday
June 8, 2010
Diamondbacks draft Talley in 25th round

Tuesday was just another ho-hum day for Matt Talley.  Well, at least it was until he woke up from a nap. When The Citadel left-hander awoke he found several missed calls and text messages on his cell phone in Charleston.  Turns out, the Arizona Diamondbacks had drafted the former Wilson Hall and Sumter P-15's standout in the 25th round of the MLB First-year Player Draft while he enjoyed the nap.

Published in: Sumter Item - website

Tuesday
June 8, 2010
Greer prosecutor honored with MacArthur award for service in Iraq (CGC grad)

Anne Culbreath says her husband is proof that “ordinary folks can do extraordinary things.” Maybe not so ordinary.  U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Andrew S. Culbreath has received the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service and the Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award for exceptional leadership in Iraq.

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Tuesday
June 8, 2010
The Citadel's Altman, Jordan and Talley named to All-Regional Team

Columbia, S.C. – The Citadel placed three players on the All-Region Team of the NCAA Tournament for only the second time in school history on Monday. The 1990 baseball team that advanced to the College World Series is the only other team in school history to place three Bulldogs on the All-Region Team.

Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5 Charleston - website

Tuesday
June 8, 2010
The Citadel's Wojciechowski taken by Blue Jays in 2010 MLB Draft (phone interview included)

Charleston, S.C. – The Citadel's Asher Wojciechowski was picked 41st overall in the supplemental first round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday evening.  The reigning Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year becomes the highest draft pick in the history of The Citadel baseball program. He also becomes the highest Southern Conference draft pick of any current member institution while the school was actively in the conference.

Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5 Charleston - website
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Tuesday
June 8, 2010
This saves us from politics

"We're a small state," South Carolina head coach Monte Lee said. "You can drive from top to bottom in about three hours. To see college baseball be as strong as it is in our state is pretty impressive. Clemson, South Carolina, Coastal Carolina, us, The Citadel … I mean, there's just great baseball in our state.

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Monday
June 7, 2010
Bulldogs go down fighting

COLUMBIA -- One of Fred Jordan's favorite baseball teams played its final game Sunday.  In typical Citadel fashion, the Bulldogs went down fighting. A freshman pitcher kept them in the game against an ACC heavyweight, and the tying run was on base when the Bulldogs made their final out in the ninth inning.

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Monday
June 7, 2010
Cooper's value not measurable

The name of Citadel second baseman Bryan Altman does not appear on Baseball America's list of 36 players from the Palmetto State who could be taken in the draft starting today.  But Bulldogs coach Fred Jordan thinks it should.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Monday
June 7, 2010
Dogs' lefty Talley could join Wojo on draft board

COLUMBIA -- It's been a foregone conclusion that The Citadel will lose junior pitcher Asher Wojciechowski to the Major League draft this week.  After all, the 6-4, 235-pounder is projected to go as early as the first round of the draft, which starts at 7 p.m. today and continues Tuesday and Wednesday.  But junior left-hander Matt Talley has pitched his way up the draft board in recent weeks.

Published in: The Post and Courier - http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/jun/07/dogs-lefty-talley-could-join-wojo-on-draft-board/

Monday
June 7, 2010
EXECUTIVE ITEMS

Banking - Ryan Funke has joined First Citizens Bank as vice president and retail sales manager at its Daniel Island branch. In his new role, he is responsible for consumer and commercial lending. Previously, he was a branch manger for three years with Carolina First Bank, and prior to that he was a store manager for Wells Fargo Financial. He has a bachelor's degree from The Citadel.

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Monday
June 7, 2010
Hokies eliminate Citadel to reach regional final

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Austin Wates and Buddy Sosnoskie each had two RBIs to back a solid all-around pitching performance by Virginia Tech, and the Hokies eliminated The Citadel with a 4-3 victory Sunday to reach the NCAA Columbia Regional final. 
Second-seeded Virginia Tech (40-21) will play top seed South Carolina later Sunday. If the Hokies win, the same two teams will meet in the deciding game Monday night.

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Monday
June 7, 2010
Music, dance — and movies

This year, as she has every year for the 29 years she's arranged the festival, Breibart enlisted the help of her friend Peter Mailloux, an English professor at The Citadel.  "(Breibart) has an extraordinary ability to always get her way," said Mailloux. "With this she calls me and says 'help' and I suggest various things she may want to do.

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Monday
June 7, 2010
National draft experts predict the Rangers' first-round choices

(No. 15) Asher Wojciechowski, RHP, The Citadel: This pick is surrounded by a swirl of rumors, most of which revolve around the fact that the Rangers can't be too risky here, as this is the pick they received as compensation for not signing Matt Purke last year, and there is no second compensation for a pick like this. As opposed to going cheap, they'll instead look for someone who should sign quickly for slot. The Rangers have a longstanding affinity for big power pitchers, and Wojchiechowski is just that, consistently getting into the mid-90s all spring. Indiana high school catcher Justin O'Conner could also be in the mix here.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Monday
June 7, 2010
Palmetto State Prospects (from Baseball America)

1.    Asher Wojciechowski, rhp, The Citadel (National Rank: 22)

30.  Drew Mahaffey, lhp, The Citadel

32.  Matt Talley, lhp, Citadel

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Monday
June 7, 2010
Parker, Cisco have an enviable plan B

Asher Wojciechowski, a righthanded pitcher from The Citadel, is the top-ranked player from South Carolina. He checks in at No. 22. ... The Citadel's other draft prospects include Drew Mahaffey and Matt Talley.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Monday
June 7, 2010
Video: Tanner, players comment on win over Citadel

University of South Carolina head baseball coach Ray Tanner and selected players comment on the Gamecocks' 9-4 win over the Citadel during a press briefing at Carolina Stadium Saturday night.

Published in: The State - website
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Sunday
June 6, 2010
Bulletin Board (summer sports camps)

CHUCK DRIESELL BASKETBALL CAMP: New Citadel basketball head coach offers Day Camp I June 14-18 and Day Camp II July 12-16. For ages 7-18, runs 8 am to 5 pm daily at The Citadel. Day Camp III in Mt. Pleasant at the Park West Gym, August 3-6. Grades K-3, from 9-12 pm and grades 4-8 are from 1-4pm., go to www.driesellbasketball.com or call 843-953-5893

KEVIN HIGGINS FOOTBALL CAMPS: Citadel Football Head Coach Kevin Higgins is offering four camps this summer at The Citadel. Youth Camp (June 7-11) ages 5-14, Lineman Camp (June 11-12) grades 8th-12th, Skill Camp (June 11-12) grades 8th-12th, and QB/WR Camp (June 23-25) grades 8th -12th. Register on-line at www.kevinhigginsfootball.com. Email Aashon Larkins at www.larkinsa1@citadel.edu.

Baseball Camps: Charleston Baseball Summer Skills Camps May 31-July 29 at College Park (downtown) with Coach Zach Brown (The Citadel) and Charleston Baseball Academy. Camp ages 6-18. Cost: $15 a day. Visit www.charlestonbaseballacademy.com or call 851-7187.

Citadel Soccer Training Centers: Soccer training for boys and girls, ages 4-12 weeks of June 7-11, June 21-25 and July 12-16. Full and half day programs. Visit www.citadelsoccercamp.com to apply online. Sibling Discount. Call Bob Winch at 843-953-5844.

CITADEL BASEBALL CAMPS: Day camp June 21-24 at Porter-Gaud (ages 7-17) $195; Father/Son Camp June 25-27 at The Citadel for ages 5-14 ($375); Day camp June 28-July 1 at The Citadel for ages 7-17 ($195). Call Zach Brown at 953-7265 or go to www.citadelsports.com.

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Sunday
June 6, 2010
Citadel Baseball (TV coverage 6-6-2010 - 16 sources)

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Broadcast on: Citadel External Affairs via TVEyes Media Monitoring - website
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Sunday
June 6, 2010
Citadel eliminated from NCAA regional

The Citadel's baseball season came to an end Sunday afternoon, four victories shy of a return trip to the College World Series.  The third-seeded Bulldogs lost to No. 2 Virginia Tech, 4-3, before 4,224 fans at Carolina Stadium and were eliminated from the Columbia regional.  The Citadel (43-22) went 1-2 in the regional, beating Virginia Tech, 7-2, on Friday before losing to No. 1 South Carolina, 9-4, on Saturday night. The Bulldogs' only trip to the CWS came 20 years ago in 1990.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Sunday
June 6, 2010
Citadel in USA Today ( baseball coverage - two articles)

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Published in: Citadel External Affairs via TVEyes Media Monitoring - website

Sunday
June 6, 2010
Gamecocks knock off The Citadel

COLUMBIA — The Citadel had a three-run lead in the seventh and its ace on the mound.  But that's when Wojo lost his mojo. 
His spiral propelled by a balk and one of three wild pitches, Bulldogs starter Asher Wojciechowski fell apart in a five-run inning that allowed South Carolina to rally for a 9-4 victory Saturday evening in this NCAA regional's winner's bracket game before 7,418 fans at Carolina Stadium.

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Sunday
June 6, 2010
South Carolina stymies Wojo’s mojo

The Citadel had a two-run lead in the seventh and its ace on the mound.  But that’s when Wojo lost his mojo.  His spiral propelled by a balk and one of three wild pitches, Bulldogs starter Asher Wojciechowski fell apart in a five-run inning that allowed South Carolina to rally for a 9-4 victory Saturday evening in this NCAA regional’s winner’s bracket game before 7,418 fans at Carolina Stadium.

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Sunday
June 6, 2010
Ultra Fighter America (scroll down)

-- Ultra Fighter America, a mixed martial arts promotion company, is bringing “UFA 1: The Clash at the Coliseum” to the North Charleston Coliseum for a night of pro-am MMA on June 11.  Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Houston Alexander will meet Charleston’s David Griffin in the main event.  Griffin, a former collegiate baseball star at The Citadel and now a local firefighter, will play the role of underdog.

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Saturday
June 5, 2010
Citadel Baseball (TV coverage 6-5-2010 - 6 sources)

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Saturday
June 5, 2010
Gamble Pays Off

COLUMBIA -- Asher Wojciechowski got his way last weekend. Citadel baseball coach Fred Jordan got his way this weekend. And suddenly, the Columbia regional is looking a lot more interesting to the Bulldogs than it did Monday.

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Saturday
June 5, 2010
Not Talley's best, but good enough for Citadel vs. Hokies

COLUMBIA -- Citadel pitcher Matt Talley was not at his best Friday against Virginia Tech. But the Bulldogs' 6-6 left-hander was plenty good enough in a 7-2 victory over the Hokies in the NCAA regionals.  "Matt was very good," said Bulldogs coach Fred Jordan. "But I've seen him better. He pitched extremely tough today. In the fifth, sixth and seventh innings, he did not have his good breaking ball. But he pitched inside and really showed a lot of toughness today."

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Saturday
June 5, 2010
Wingo's record growing

COLUMBIA -- Scott Wingo continues to prove that getting on base isn't all about getting hits. Sometimes, it's about getting hit. 
South Carolina's second baseman was plunked by Citadel starter Asher Wojciechowski in the fifth inning of Saturday night's regional matchup, eventually getting him into scoring position.

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Bulldogs' Talley set for Game 1

It remains one of the mysteries of the past Southern Conference baseball season. How did The Citadel pitcher Matt Talley go 6-1 with a 2.93 ERA in league games, and fail to make the All-SoCon team?  "The coaches might not agree with me," said Bulldogs coach Fred Jordan, "but in my opinion, you have 1-A in this league, and you have 1-B in Matt Talley."

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Friday
June 4, 2010
COE, Betty M. (death notice only - mother of Charlie Coe '73)

COE, Betty M., 83, of Charleston, a homemaker and wife of Francis T. Coe, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Columbia regional storylines, team info

The Citadel - When USC coach Ray Tanner and The Citadel coach Fred Jordan crossed paths Thursday in the media conference room at Carolina Stadium, Tanner offered his old coaching friend a hand in climbing a couple of stairs.  Jordan suffered an injured left shoulder during the Southern Conference tournament this past weekend in Charleston...

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Dyson starting due to lack of offense

Dyson will be tough enough for the Bison to face, but there's a chance they'll see Citadel ace Asher Wojciechowski on Saturday.  Wojciechowski is expected to be a first-round selection in next week's major league draft.  "It's there, you know. But I'm just focusing on the business at hand...

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Greene, Altman lead Citadel past Virginia Tech

COLUMBIA, S.C. — David Greene hit a two-run homer, Bryan Altman had three of The Citadel's 13 hits, and the Bullldogs beat Virginia Tech 7-2 Friday in the opening game of the Columbia Regional.  Matt Talley gave up eight hits and struck out three in seven innings for The Citadel (43-20).  Sean Ryan had a two-run homer with two outs in the seventh for the Hokies (38-21).

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Homefield advantage for USC

Virginia Tech and The Citadel, the respective 2 and 3 seeds, begin play today at 2 p.m. Top-seeded USC and No. 4 seed Bucknell follow at 7 p.m. nightcap. The winners will play Saturday at 7 p.m. The losers player earlier at 2.

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Friday
June 4, 2010
NCAA Baseball Regional Preview Capsules

No. 3: The Citadel

Record: 42-20, 24-6 SoCon

Nickname: Bulldogs

Head coach: Fred Jordan

Top Hitters: Nick Orvin (.341, 7 HR, 29 RBIs); Justin Mackert (.338, 5 HR, 37 RBIs); Bryan Altman (.329, 13 HR, 66 RBIs).

Top Pitchers: Asher Wojciechowski (12-2, 3.25 ERA); Matt Talley (7-3, 3.79 ERA); Michael Clevinger (5-2, 5.19 ERA).

Notable: Wojciechowski is one of 30 semifinalists for the 2010 USA Baseball Golden Spikes award, given to the nation's top amateur player ... He is second in Division I in strikeouts (144) and victories ... Talley was fourth in the SoCon with a 3.79 ERA ... Lead-off hitter Orvin was fourth in the SoCon with 65 runs scored.

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Friday
June 4, 2010
Wojciechowski makes Collegiate Baseball's All-America Team

Tucson, Ariz. – The Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I All-American baseball teams and National Player of The Year were announced today by Collegiate Baseball newspaper on Thursday. The Citadel's Asher Wojciechowski was named to the All-American second team.  The junior is 12-2 in 16 starts and 119.0 innings pitched this season with an ERA of 3.25. The right-hander's 144 strikeouts are second most in Division I.

Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5, Charleston - website

Thursday
June 3, 2010
Army Lt. Col. David Wilson ('91)

Army Lt. Col. David Wilson has deployed to a forward operating base in Southwest Asia to support the missions of Operations Enduring Freedom and/or Iraqi Freedom.  While deployed, Wilson serves as commander of the 121st Brigade Support Battalion, commanding hundreds of soldiers. He is regularly assigned at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, and this is his third deployment overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The lieutenant colonel has served in the military for 21 years.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Thursday
June 3, 2010
Citadel Baseball in Columbia Regional (10 sources)

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Thursday
June 3, 2010
Citadel on a stealing frenzy

On May 11, The Citadel baseball team was mired in a stretch of 11 losses in 18 games. The Bulldogs had just slogged through a desultory 5-0 loss to Mercer in which they managed just five hits against eight different pitchers.  Bulldogs coach Fred Jordan had seen enough.

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Thursday
June 3, 2010
Ex-CIA officer suspicious of crash

A retired CIA officer who is familiar with the Russian mentality said there may be more to the April plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and other members of his government.  S. Eugene Poteat, 80, who graduated from The Citadel in 1957 and worked for years as a CIA intelligence officer, said the accident that killed 96 people was convenient for Russian President Vladimir Putin because many of the crash victims were anti-communist.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Thursday
June 3, 2010
Pull for crosstown showdown

While Miami and Florida International play in the same opening-round regional, The Citadel and College of Charleston will play in separate ones. If both the Bulldogs and Cougars advance, they will square off in a best-of-three "Super Regional" series here (presumably at Riley Park), with the victor earning that CWS trip to Omaha.

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Thursday
June 3, 2010
Those who 'wear the ring' lament state's ebbing support of The Citadel (Lt Gen Rosa at the Hilton Head Island Citadel Club)

Since 1842, The Citadel in Charleston has been South Carolina's military college.  If you were to form a parade of local and statewide leaders who marched in its South Carolina Corps of Cadets, it would stretch from the Lowcountry to the foothills and back again. On Wednesday night, retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, the ramrod-straight Citadel president and alumnus, told the Hilton Head Island Citadel Club that this is bad business.  "Higher education is the key to the economic engine," Rosa said.

Published in: Island Packet, Hilton Head - website

Wednesday
June 2, 2010
1_Controversy over Citadel grad brews

controversy is brewing at the University of Texas at Austin over a residence hall named in honor of William Stewart Simkins, a native South Carolinian who graduated from The Citadel in 1861 and was an unapologetic Ku Klux Klan organizer.  Simkins was part of the cadet battery that fired on the supply ship Star of the West in Charleston Harbor in January of that year, a significant precursor to the Civil War.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
charleston bed race

The first ever charleston bed race kicked off this afternoon in hampton park. 16 teams decorated their beds with a theme of their choice and they even braved a bit of rain. The Citadel marines walked away as The overall champs. and it was all for a good cause - - raising money for camp happy days ...

Published in: WCIV TV 4 Charleston - website via TVEyes Media Monitoring Service
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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
Citadel not fazed by I-26 road trip

Once The Citadel clinched its automatic bid to the NCAA baseball tournament by winning the Southern Conference tournament, coach Fred Jordan didn’t need to watch the selection show Monday on ESPN to know where his team was headed this week.  In fact, he probably already had the bus pointed in the direction of the state capital. Just like the past two times the Bulldogs made the national tournament — in 2001 and 2004 — they’re going to Columbia.

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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
Citadel playing in Columbia Regional Tournament (5 sources)

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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
Dogged Determination

Baseball, The Citadel coach Fred Jordan likes to say, is a game of opportunity.  Justin Mackert got his almost exactly a year ago, when the Bulldogs' junior first baseman, Chris McGuiness, was picked in the 13th round of the major league draft by the Boston Red Sox.  At the time, Mackert was a little-used outfielder who had never played first base and had hit just .150 in a grand total of 20 at-bats as a freshman last season.

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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
The Citadel on the Travel Channel (click on thumbnail to play video)

The city of charleston is known for civility, chivalry, and conduct. [ indistinct shouting ] and at 0500 hours, i'm here at The Citadel for something incredibly terrifying -- a saturday workout with some of The country's finest.

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Wednesday
June 2, 2010
What if? Super regional in Charleston possible under right scenario

Could an NCAA super regional be in Charleston's future? It's a possibility, should either The Citadel or the College of Charleston, or both, win their respective regionals in the NCAA baseball tournament that begins Friday.  The Bulldogs are the No. 3 seed in the Columbia Regional hosted by the University of South Carolina; Charleston is a No. 2 seed in the Myrtle Beach Regional hosted by Coastal Carolina.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Tuesday
June 1, 2010
Citadel baseball headed to Columbia for NCAA regionals

The Citadel baseball team, fresh off winning the Southern Conference regular-season and tournament championships, will head to Columbia for the NCAA regionals.  The Bulldogs (42-20) will be a No. 3 seed in the four-team regional at South Carolina, and will face No. 2 seed Virginia Tech (38-20) on Friday. Host South Carolina (43-15) is the top seed and will face No. 4 Bucknell (25-33).

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Tuesday
June 1, 2010
Rushing to regional conclusions

--Conference of the Year: For the first time in NCAA tournament history, the Southern Conference has three teams -- The Citadel, College of Charleston and Elon -- in the scramble for Omaha. Justice. Glory. A sweet recruiting pitch for all SoCon programs that goes something like this: Only four leagues (ACC, SEC, Pac-10 and Big 12) got more teams in than the muscular little league with Spartanburg headquarters.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Tuesday
June 1, 2010
Setting their sites

Citadel baseball coach Fred Jordan was hoping for a destination other than Columbia, and believed his team had earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA regionals.  Neither happened for the Bulldogs. But if Jordan and his players were disappointed to learn Monday that they are headed for South Carolina as a No. 3 seed, they weren't saying so.

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Tuesday
June 1, 2010
Walter Ballard Clark ('51 - obit - former Citadel commandant of cadets)

Entered into eternal rest on the evening of May 29, 2010, Colonel Walter Ballard Clark, USA (Ret.), of Charleston, SC. The relatives and friends of Colonel and Mrs. Clark are invited to attend the funeral services of the former, Thursday, June 3, 2010, in Summerall Chapel at ten o'clock. Burial services will be conducted at a later date in Beaufort National Cemetery. The family will receive friends at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, Wednesday from five until seven o'clock.

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