August 17, 2010 |
The Flyers have entered into a minor league affiliation agreement with the Greenville (S.C.) Road Warriors for the 2010-11 season, according to general manager Paul Holmgren. The Road Warriors, of the ECHL, will serve as the Flyers' secondary affiliate. Players under contract to the Flyers or the Adirondack Phantoms, their AHL affiliate, can be assigned to the Road Warriors. Greenville replaces the Kalamazoo Wings, the Flyers' ECHL affiliate last season. "We are pleased to be working with Greenville for the upcoming season," Holmgren said in a statement.
February 12, 2016
When: 9 p.m. Saturday Where: Greenville, S.C. TV: CBS Moderators: Face the Nation anchor John Dickerson, CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett, and the Wall Street Journal's Kimberley Strassel
September 6, 2013 |
WITH THE Trenton Titans again fading from the hockey landscape, the Flyers have shifted their "AA" affiliate south. The Flyers announced yesterday they have reached an affiliation agreement with the ECHL's Greenville (S.C.) Road Warriors for 2013-14. Trenton was the Flyers' ECHL affiliate last season before ceasing operations in the spring. The Flyers will be able to assign players under contract to Greenville and players on ECHL deals will also be eligible to be called up to AHL Adirondack.
November 5, 1989 |
I don't have to be at work until 10 a.m. and I don't head home until 6. These hours suit me perfectly. I make believe I'm not part of the rat race so evident in early morning traffic (although traffic here is a pitiable stream compared to the full force of the Philadelphia flow). On the way to work the morning sun is on my right; on the way home I have a lovely view of the Carolina foothills silhouetted by the light of the sinking sun. They promise secrets that the town in which I now live couldn't possibly hope to provide.
July 16, 2011 |
ALLENTOWN - Leftfielder Brandon Moss clubbed two home runs and drove in three to lead the Lehigh Valley IronPigs past the Syracuse Chiefs, 7-6, in the International League on Friday night. Tug Hulett drove in three for Syracuse. Trenton 3, Reading 1 TRENTON - Melky Mesa's two-run single keyed a three-run sixth and the Thunder beat the Phillies in the Eastern League. Robert Lyerly had singled in the inning's first run. Tuffy Gosewisch singled in Reading's only run. Lakewood 4, Greenville 0 GREENVILLE, S.C. - Jesse Biddle struck out eight in seven shutout innings to lead the BlueClaws past the Drive in the South Atlantic League.
September 11, 1994 |
Nicholas Kroon of Sweden and Pat Serret of Australia reached the final round of the Wilmington Fall Classic Open Tennis with straight-set victories yesterday at the Greenville (Del.) Country Club. Top-seeded Kroon defeated Nelson Aertz of Brazil, 6-0, 6-3, in the semifinals. Serret encountered considerable pressure before defeating American Aaron Stolpman, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4. Kroon and Serret will meet at 11 a.m. today. Stolpman and fellow American Andre Janasik will play Serret and Roberto Saad of Argentina in the doubles final.
March 4, 2000 |
The unholy union of politics and media has bestowed on Bob Jones University its 15 minutes of national infamy - its first dose since the mid-'70s, when it lost federal funding over the same issue that besmirches it today: racial inequity. Between then and now, we residents of Greenville, S.C., have been living out an uncertain destiny. Secreted away from media glitz, we have been vacillating ambivalently between pretensions of New South renaissance (wedged halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte)
October 10, 1986 |
At St. Joseph's University, an exhibit called "Jesuit Spirit in the Arts 1986" celebrates the recent inauguration of the school's president, the Rev. Nicholas S. Rashford. It also serves to mark the 255th anniversary of the Jesuit presence in this city. Featured are works of 56 faculty members (including 10 Jesuits) from 19 of the nation's 28 Jesuit-operated colleges and universities. Mention the Jesuit spirit in the arts, and we quite naturally think of the baroque period and the cultural manifestoes of the counter-reformation, when Jesuits encouraged the commissioning of many masterworks of religious sculpture, painting, architecture and music.
August 13, 2015 |
MANY PEOPLE praise the Lord with prayer and exhortation; Wilbur Mack did it with his voice. That powerful bass-baritone reached the roof of the Grace Baptist Church of Germantown, and thrilled the parishioners gathered in their pews for Sunday worship for more than 50 years. "He loved praising God with his voice," his family said. Wilbur E. Mack, a trustee emeritus of Grace Baptist, a longtime federal government executive, Army veteran of World War II, and devoted family man, died July 30. He was 92. He was born in Greenville, S.C., and even as a war veteran had to endure the pervasive racism of the segregated South.
September 7, 1994 |
Young Min Kwon, pro at the Haddon Field Club in Haddonfield, advanced to the quarterfinal round of a strong international field in the Wilmington Fall Classic Open with a 7-6 (7-4), 6-1 victory over American Vimal Patel yesterday at the Greenville (Del.) Country Club. Kwon, the Eastern States champion, will face top-seeded Nicholas Kroon of Sweden today. Kroon eliminated Francisco Costa of Brazil, 6-3, 6-2. Second- seeded Roberto Saad of Argentina beat John Simone, Philadelphia Cricket Club pro, 6-2, 6-2. Aaron Stolpman, an American, overcame Andrew Stoner of Mechanicsburg, Pa., formerly of Trenton, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Pat Serret of Australia defeated Eric Riley, a former Penn player, 6-3, 6-4. Most of the contenders in the tournament had lost in the early rounds of the U.S. Open in Flushing, N.Y.