Two members of the Limestone University Barbell Club recently competed at the USA Powerlifting Palmetto Classic in Columbia where both exceeded their personal records.

Thanks to the numerous donors who made it possible, Limestone University golfers were treated to a surprise on Friday, October 30, as their new Mercedes Sprinter Van was delivered to campus behind a blue-light escort.

Limestone University, the Athletics Department, and the nationally renowned men’s lacrosse program are pleased to announce that C.R. Horton, long-time Vice President for Information Technology and a huge supporter of Limestone lacrosse, has funded an endowed lacrosse scholarship.

With its traditional season postponed until the spring of 2021, the Limestone University football team will hold a Blue & White Game on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Gaffney High School’s Reservation stadium.

The NCAA announced on Wednesday, Oct. 14, that Limestone University, in partnership with OneSpartanburg, Inc., will serve as the host site for the 2024 Division II Field Hockey National Championship.

After the traditional fall season was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Limestone University has unveiled a reduced spring football schedule featuring six games, including four South Atlantic Conference contests, that will be played during a seven-week stretch in March and April of 2021.

Three Limestone students, along with their University professor, recently had a peer-review research journal published in a scholarly journal.

The South Atlantic Conference Presidents and Athletics Councils recently approved schedules for the fall sports of football, field hockey, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball.

Limestone University and Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Mike Cerino presented former baseball player Tony Walker with the 2020 Randy M. Hines Athletics Alumni of the Year Award during a special ceremony earlier this week in the Dave and Nancy Riling Hall of Fame Room.

The South Atlantic Conference (SAC) announced on Friday, Aug. 7, that its Presidents Council has made the decision to postpone the start of all scheduled competition for the 2020 fall sports season until the spring 2021 semester.

Limestone College’s new esports program has taken yet another cutting-edge step by adding “Valorant” to its arsenal of game offerings this fall.

The Limestone College Athletics Department is proud to announce the 2020 Hall of Fame Class, a group of three individuals, one team, and a special inductee who have all left their mark on their respective programs while setting the standard of success the department has recently enjoyed.

Limestone has changed lives, influenced our community, and impacted our nation. Our “Pave The Way” initiative provides an opportunity to leave a lasting impression on the place that has left its mark on so many.

“The Ghost” and his family now have a permanent home at Limestone College.

The Clary family, with a well-known rich tradition of pigskin prowess in Cherokee County and across the state, recently made a generous donation to Limestone College as part of its efforts to acquire the naming rights to the institution’s football practice field.

In front of a backdrop of bats, balls, and bases, hundreds of family, friends, and members of the community turned out for Limestone College’s official dedication of Shannon Hamrick Park on Thursday, April 18.

In support of student-athlete emotional fitness and its “Game Changer” initiative, Limestone College Athletics hosted a groundbreaking community-wide educational presentation on April 18 in Spartanburg.

Moments after the conclusion of the dedication ceremony for the Cunning Victory Bell Tower at Limestone College on Sunday afternoon, the threatening dark clouds overhead finally let loose with a heavy downpour of rain.

The Limestone College Athletics Department inducted its 2019 Hall of Fame Class -- a group of six individuals who left their mark on their respective programs during a span of four decades -- on Saturday, April 6.

Saints sports fans will likely be much more familiar with Limestone College’s opponents starting in the fall of 2020.

Limestone football players will give local fans their first taste Friday of the college game atmosphere that arrives this fall.

Limestone College's undefeated and No.2 nationally-ranked men's lacrosse team has a huge showdown this Friday at Saints Field as No.18 Catawba visits for a 7 p.m. opening faceoff.

Admission is free and Saints fans are invited to come out and enjoy the action.

Limestone College will hold a press conference on Friday, April 5, at 11 a.m. regarding an exciting and historic announcement for Limestone’s Athletics Department.

The Limestone College Athletic Bands will now be providing opportunities for students from Spartanburg Community College to join the Marching Saints.