CLINTON, S.C. --- The Presbyterian College football team concluded its spring practice slate with a high energy spring finale on Saturday morning at Bailey Memorial Stadium. It was the final time the team will be on the field practicing until fall camp in preparation for the 2019 season opener against Stetson on August 31.
“I thought it was a good end to our spring practice today and I think it’s a good building block to head towards next season,” commented Head Coach Tommy Spangler. “ I want to thank everyone that came out and supported this team today we had a great turnout from the community.”
Presbyterian ran through a number of drills as a team and by positions during the final on-field work for the Blue Hose this spring.
After early drills, the team moved into individual work before continuing on with 11-on-11 for a time in a high energy practice on Saturday morning under the direction of head coach Tommy Spangler.