What You Missed This Week in PC Sports: 2/27-3/4

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Mitchell Mercer, Staff Writer

The Presbyterian College Men’s Basketball team finished the regular season with a 1-1 record over the week with a loss to Longwood and a win against Charleston Southern. With this, the Blue Hose finished 9 in the Big South Conference and played in the first round of the Big South Tournament in a rematch against Charleston Southern on Tuesday. The Buccaneers won the rematch 81-64 to end Presbyterian’s season. Cory Hightower led the Blue Hose with 16 points and 5 rebounds while Chris Martin led the team with 3 steals. The men’s basketball team finished the season with a 10-22 overall record and 7-11 overall season in conference play.

The Women’s Basketball team fell to Campbell on Feb. 29, losing 42-56. Trinity Johnson led the Blue Hose with 13 points while Kacie Hall and Jade Compton tied for the team lead for steals with 2. The team rebounded from the loss with a blowout win on March 4 against Winthrop on senior day 88-54. Tionna Carter had 20 points and 9 rebounds while Trinity Johnson had 9 assists for the team. The Women’s basketball team finished the season 11-18 and 7-13 in conference play.

The baseball team lost their series to Notre Dame over the weekend 5-13, 4-10, and 0-9 respectively. Following a cancelled game against St John’s, the Blue Hose looked to bounce back but fell in embarrassing fashion by allowing 23 runs in a road contest lost to Wofford 5-23. 

At the Scotsman Invitational here in Clinton, the softball team played really well, going 4-1 at the invitational with wins twice over Cleveland State, Wagner and Wright State. The Blue Hose outscored their opponents around 4.8 runs per game to 2.2 runs per opponent. 

The women’s lacrosse team fell to Kennesaw State in a road contest on Feb. 29, scoring 11-22. Sarah Marshall led the team with 3 goals with Abby Edmisten recording 2 assists for the Blue Hose.

The acrobatics team fell to #8 ranked Converse 255.720-264.430.

The men’s tennis team won a home contest against North Carolina A&T 6-1 while the women’s team fell vice versa to Chattanooga 1-6.

Until next time, this is what you missed this week in PC sports.