CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College football team held its first spring practice on Tuesday afternoon at the practice fields in Clinton, S.C. The Blue Hose worked in helmets and shorts for over two hours in the first practice of the spring.
"It was good to get back out there and I thought it was a good first day for this team," commented Head Coach Tommy Spangler. "I think we have set a good baseline to continue to build on throughout the spring and look forward to seeing how we continue to improve."
Presbyterian ran through a number of drills at the beginning of the practice during the first on-field work for the Blue Hose since the season ended last November.
After early drills, the team moved into individual work before continuing on with 11-on-11 for a time in a high energy first practice on Tuesday afternoon under the direction of head coach Tommy Spangler.
PC returns to practice in helmets and shorts on Thursday, before suiting up in pads for the first time on Friday afternoon before concluding the first week of practice inside Bailey Memorial Stadium on Saturday morning.