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Non-conference schedule released for Mountaineer men’s basketball team

West Virginia’s men’s basketball team will begin its upcoming season November 9 with a home game against Oakland. That was part of the non-conference portion of the Mountaineers’ schedule released Thursday, which will allow WVU to play 13 games outside of the Big 12. The Backyard Brawl will resume after a one-year hiatus last season, with West Virginia welcoming Pitt for its second game of the season Nov. 12. The Mountaineers will play three neutral site games the week before Thanksgiving in the Shriner...

West Virginia’s men’s basketball team will begin its upcoming season November 9 with a home game against Oakland.

That was part of the non-conference portion of the Mountaineers’ schedule released Thursday, which will allow WVU to play 13 games outside of the Big 12.

The Backyard Brawl will resume after a one-year hiatus last season, with West Virginia welcoming Pitt for its second game of the season Nov. 12.

The Mountaineers will play three neutral site games the week before Thanksgiving in the Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic in Charleston, S.C. While the matchups for the event have yet to be released, the eight-team field also includes Boise State, Clemson, Elon, Marquette, Ole Miss, St. Bonaventure and Temple.

WVU returns home for five straight games starting with a Nov. 26 matchup against Eastern Kentucky. The stretch of consecutive contests at home also features matchups against Bellarmine, Radford and Connecticut, before ending Dec. 12 against Kent State. The matchup with the Huskies is part of the Big East-Big 12 Battle.

The Mountaineers will play at UAB on Dec. 18 in their first true road game, allowing West Virginia coach Bob Huggins to take on Blazers’ coach Andy Kennedy in the first matchup of a home-and-home series between the schools. Kennedy was an assistant under Huggins at Cincinnati from 2001-2005 and the two remain friends.

WVU welcomes Youngstown State to the Coliseum on Dec. 22, allowing Huggins to face another former member of his coaching staff in Jerrod Calhoun. Calhoun was a student assistant under Huggins at Cincinnati and an assistant coach at West Virginia from 2007-2012, before he accepted the head coaching job at Division II Fairmont State. Calhoun has been the Penguins’ head coach since 2017.

West Virginia’s final non-conference game will be Jan. 29 in the Big 12/SEC Challenge with the opponent and location still to be determined.

2021-22 WVU Men’s Basketball Nonconference Schedule

Tuesday Nov. 9 Oakland Morgantown

Friday Nov. 12 Pitt Morgantown

Thursday Nov. 18 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic $ Charleston, S.C.

Friday Nov. 19 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic $ Charleston, S.C.

Sunday Nov. 21 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic $ Charleston, S.C.

Friday Nov. 26 Eastern Kentucky Morgantown

Tuesday Nov. 30 Bellarmine Morgantown

Saturday Dec. 4 Radford Morgantown

Wednesday Dec. 8 Connecticut ^ Morgantown

Sunday Dec. 12 Kent State Morgantown

Saturday Dec. 18 UAB & Birmingham, Ala.

Wednesday Dec. 22 Youngstown State Morgantown

Saturday Jan. 29 Big 12/SEC Challenge TBD

Driving Commerce: Automakers rely on S.C. Ports

Byron Miller remembers when BMW first announced plans to export vehicles from the Port of Charleston in the early 1990s. He served as an intern then for the S.C. Ports Authority, but over the years his roles have changed, earning him a front-row-seat to the port’s growing relationship with the car manufacturer as director of sales. Throughout the last three decades,...

Byron Miller remembers when BMW first announced plans to export vehicles from the Port of Charleston in the early 1990s. He served as an intern then for the S.C. Ports Authority, but over the years his roles have changed, earning him a front-row-seat to the port’s growing relationship with the car manufacturer as director of sales.

Throughout the last three decades, automotive has become one of the largest commodity groups for the SCPA, especially as two-way volume is concerned, based on the scale, the number of employees and investments.

Today, the SCPA contracts with three original equipment manufacturers: BMW, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vans, who all call on the Columbus Street Terminal. BMW, however, is at the core of the state’s automotive sector and recently exported its 3 millionth car from the terminal.

The company’s Plant 10 in Greer is BMW’s largest manufacturing facility in the world and the automaker is the largest exporter of both finished vehicles and containers at the Port of Charleston. More than 70% of the company’s vehicles come through Columbus Street Terminal, which is operated by the SCPA and fed by Palmetto Railways and Norfolk Southern.

“We have a lot of good customers, but BMW has met or exceeded every single commitment or forecast and projection they’ve made. It’s really a phenomenal story,” Miller said. “They really could go anywhere in the world, but you see these vehicles made exclusively here. To know they came from South Carolina is pretty cool.”

A lifelong South Carolinian, Miller describes the OEMs as the center of the state’s automotive industry, with a massive industry of Tier 1, 2 and 3 suppliers revolving around them.

“As it relates to the port, a lot of those companies rely on overseas suppliers whether they’re bringing in raw materials, components, parts that go into other parts, as well as the export volume,” he said.

President and CEO of BMW Manufacturing Knudt Flor visited shortly after the 3-million milestone, acknowledging that the car company’s success as the largest automotive exporter couldn’t happen without the S.C. Ports Authority.

“We export 70% of our South Carolina-made vehicles through the Port of Charleston to 125 countries around the world. BMW was also the first customer for SC Ports’ rail-served Inland Port Greer in 2013, which has proved incredibly beneficial to our supply chain,” Flor said during the visit. “We depend on reliability and speed to produce every car to order, and S.C. Ports continues to deliver for BMW.”

Flor toured the terminal two days in a row on his last visit, and Jeff Hollis, SCPA manager of crews, roll-on, roll-off and tariffs, said the CEO was incredibly happy with the operations.

“That fact that he comes and visits personally really shows the relationship we have with BMW and how important it is,” Hollis said.
Fast track to exports

With the exception of some Mercedes-Benz Vans and Volvo Cars vehicles that arrive by truck, all vehicles on the Columbus Street lot arrive by ship or by train.

Trains arrive daily carrying on average 800 vehicles — 10 on the bottom and 10 on the top of each rail car. Every single vehicle is then driven onto the terminal’s lot and held for a few days before they are rolled onto ships and exported globally to Europe or China within days.

“As of right now, we have it as a pretty well-oiled machine,” Yard Planner and Operations Coordinator for BMW Clint Cockfield said, adding the human-element is probably the biggest challenge.

Coordinating cross-traffic is key with so many moving parts to the terminal, especially on vessel days. Both longshoremen and dock workers are pulling the cars out of the lots and onto the ships at any given time.

From the moment the trains leave Inland Port Greer until they return back, the process to transport and unpack every vehicle takes approximately 48 hours, including train rides that consist of 12-hour trips each way.

Vehicles are then lined up in strategic rows based on their designation of where they go and when.

“Every row is gridded as a timestamp and location so we know exactly when the car was parked and where we put it,” said Adam Henderson, general manager of break bulk.

Henderson oversees the Columbus Street Terminal operations, where 6,000vehicles on average sit on the lot on a given day. The stevedores at Ports America coordinate the loading of vehicles onto the vessels while longshoremen physically move them.

The Columbus Street Terminal has been in operation since the 1960s. While the Wando Welch, Hugh K. Leatherman and North Charleston terminals primarily handle cargo containers, Columbus Street focuses on break bulk, vehicles, military vehicles, sometimes even personal boats and RVs — anything that needs to be shipped and can’t fit into containers.

“There’s no overhead and no massive equipment here, there’s also less training required for this terminal so the whole production is fast-moving,” Henderson said.

The terminal has direct lift capabilities between rail and the vessel, on-dock rail-served warehouses, access to cranes capable of lifting up to 700 net tons and open storage for vehicles, equipment, and project cargo.

The terminal also has berth space for up to five ships, capable of welcoming three 656-foot roll-on, roll-off ships. At least two ships a week call from Europe and one from China.

The pace is certainly different from the SCPA’s other terminals, but the automotive industry reaches throughout the state and globe. Various suppliers, service providers, warehouse operators and more from all over the world are consistently planting themselves as close as possible to the Port of Charleston.

“Michelin kind of started a lot of that foreign direct investment in South Carolina in the 70s when they located their North American headquarters here and started investing in manufacturing,” Miller said. “It really put South Carolina on the map.”

Prior to the pandemic’s shutdown in 2020, vehicles were up 27% year over year with Columbus Street moving 24,755 vehicles. While disruptions impacted the industry, the SCPA still ended the fiscal year ahead with 2.5% more vehicles. Since July, Miller said, the industry has been on a tear.

Numbers were already up 8.2% this March with more than 22,000 vehicles handled at Columbus Street as advanced manufacturers and automotive companies see growing demand for their products worldwide.

Having a reliable supply chain is critical to keep the sector going and automotive has some of the most reliable, Miller said.

“You cannot have shutdowns due to supply chain challenges. That’s where the whole Port of Charleston community has grown up,” Miller said. “Our motor carriers are proud of that (along with) our laborers. This is a very important tool for business in the automotive sector and how they produce.”
Miller said S.C. Ports Authority President and CEO Jim Newsome and COO Barbara Melvin, along with the board, set a strategic direction for the port that includes automotive as a way to serve the state’s regional economy.

“The South is pretty much where it’s at,” Miller said. “It’s where companies want to locate, where people want to move. Coming out of the pandemic, while there may be some shift back into entertainment-type spending, there’s still going to be large scale manufacturing, large-scale consumer demand and a growing region.”

Reach Teri Errico Griffis at 843-849-3144.

WVU Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Announced

West Virginia’s 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule took another step toward completion today with the announcement of the nonconference schedule, with all but one foe identified. The slate will feature eight games at the WVU Coliseum and five games away from home, including three in the Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic. WVU will open the regular season on Tuesday, Nov. 9 against Oakland at the WVU Coliseum. The two teams will meet for the third time in all-time series play and the first since 2012. Three ...

West Virginia’s 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule took another step toward completion today with the announcement of the nonconference schedule, with all but one foe identified. The slate will feature eight games at the WVU Coliseum and five games away from home, including three in the Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic.

WVU will open the regular season on Tuesday, Nov. 9 against Oakland at the WVU Coliseum. The two teams will meet for the third time in all-time series play and the first since 2012.

Three days later, the Mountaineers will host Pitt in the Backyard Brawl on Friday, Nov. 12. The two teams will meet for the 188th time. WVU has won the last four meetings. Last year’s meeting scheduled in Morgantown was canceled due to COVID-19.

West Virginia will have three games in the Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic in Charleston, South Carolina. The brackets have not been announced, with the field including Boise State, Clemson, Elon, Marquette, Ole Miss, St. Bonaventure and Temple.

The Mountaineers will then return to Morgantown for five consecutive games, starting with Eastern Kentucky on Friday, Nov. 26. Those two teams will meet for the first time since 2015.

WVU Men’s Basketball 2021-22 Schedule

West Virginia closes November with its first-ever meeting against Bellarmine on Tuesday, Nov. 30.

The Mountaineers will open December against Radford on Saturday, Dec. 4. The Highlanders, under the direction of former Mountaineer Darris Nichols, will play in Morgantown for the first time since 2016.

For the first time, West Virginia will host a game in the Big East-Big 12 Battle. On Wednesday, Dec. 8, former Big East foe Connecticut will visit Morgantown for the 10th time and first since 2011.

West Virginia closes its five-game homestand against Kent State on Sunday, Dec. 12. The two teams will meet for just the third time in series history and the first since 2011.

On Saturday, Dec. 18, WVU will travel to Birmingham, Alabama, to face UAB at the newly renovated Legacy Arena. UAB is coached by former Bob Huggins assistant Andy Kennedy. The Blazers will return the game to Morgantown during the 2022-23 season.

West Virginia will play its final home nonconference game of the season against Youngstown State on Wednesday, Dec. 22. That game was canceled last season due to COVID-19. The Penguins are coached by former WVU assistant Jerrod Calhoun.

The Mountaineers will close nonconference play on Saturday, Jan. 29, with an opponent and location to be determined in the annual Big 12/SEC Challenge.

“For the past two seasons, we have played the second-toughest schedule in the country, and this nonconference schedule models our previous ones,” Huggins said. “We are looking forward to getting back to a normal schedule this season and seeing Mountaineer Nation come out in full force to support us at home and on the road.”

Big 12 Conference play is scheduled to begin in late December this season. Dates for conference games have not yet been announced.

2021-22 WVU Men’s Basketball Nonconference Schedule

Tue Nov. 9 Oakland Morgantown
Fri Nov. 12 Pitt Morgantown
Thu Nov. 18 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic$ Charleston, S.C.
Fri Nov. 19 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic$ Charleston, S.C.
Sun Nov. 21 Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic$ Charleston, S.C.
Fri Nov. 26 Eastern Kentucky Morgantown
Tue Nov. 30 Bellarmine Morgantown
Sat Dec. 4 Radford Morgantown
Wed Dec. 8 Connecticut^ Morgantown
Sun Dec. 12 Kent State Morgantown
Sat Dec. 18 UAB& Birmingham, Ala.
Wed Dec. 22 Youngstown State Morgantown
Sat Jan. 29 Big 12/SEC Challenge TBD

$ Boise State, Clemson, Elon, Marquette, Ole Miss, St. Bonaventure or Temple
^ Big East-Big 12 Battle
& Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Ala.

Charleston Animal Society facing ‘a crisis’ after 34 cats found in one hotel room

The Charleston Animal Society was already overwhelmed by the number of animals in its care. Then, Wednesday happened. The animal shelter said that was the day a family surrendered 34 cats that were all living in a single North Charleston hotel room. But the need didn’t stop there. Later that day, 28 kittens were found outdoors and also brought to the shelter for care. On Wednesday, 62 animals arrived at the animal society. It’s a staggering number that only added to a shelter already exceeding its capacity....

The Charleston Animal Society was already overwhelmed by the number of animals in its care. Then, Wednesday happened.

The animal shelter said that was the day a family surrendered 34 cats that were all living in a single North Charleston hotel room.

But the need didn’t stop there. Later that day, 28 kittens were found outdoors and also brought to the shelter for care.

On Wednesday, 62 animals arrived at the animal society. It’s a staggering number that only added to a shelter already exceeding its capacity.

“We’re seeing this big spike in kittens coming in every day. And then, in this other case, the family reached out to us for help,” said Aldwin Roman, the vice president of operations and strategy at the Charleston Animal Society.

The clutter of cats, Roman said, were “very well cared for” by the family despite being in such tight quarters. The family recognized that they could no longer provide the quality of care to so many cats by themselves.

“They were heartbroken and this was the latest in a string of setbacks the family has faced due to COVID-19,” Roman said. “They’ve lost jobs, their home and now their pets.”

However, Roman confirmed three of the cats will be allowed to remain with the family after the shelter’s medical team was able to vaccinate the cats and then spay or neuter them.

“But the truth is we never know when we’re going to get a call like that,” he said in an interview. “We could get another call tomorrow, and we have to help.”

Roman called it “a perfect storm of circumstances” that hit the organization all at once. Joe Elmore, the president and CEO of the animal society, used another word to describe it when he addressed the public in a Facebook video on Thursday.

“We are in a crisis at Charleston Animal Society,” Elmore said.

On Thursday, the Charleston Animal Society began asking the public to consider becoming a foster for a few weeks to help the shelter care for the growing number of animals flooding its system.

In a Facebook post, the animal society wrote that it has the capacity to house 250 cats and dogs comfortably. But right now, there are 800 dogs and cats in their system of care.

In his arms, he cradled an orange tabby kitten who had arrived at the shelter Wednesday. The kitten had a yellow cast wrapped around his right paw and leg.

“Over 400 of these animals are these adorable little kittens, like this little boy I have here who came in yesterday with a smashed leg. But we’re going to save him, like we do with all of the animals,” Elmore said in his plea for fosters.

This spring, the Charleston Animal Society said it has been flooded with kittens.

In 2020, the animal society reported a kitten intake of 1,305 for the year. As of mid-May, the society reported taking in more than 600 so far.

Along with the kittens, there are also 10 dogs in need of foster homes through the end of June.

The animal society provides fosters with the resources they need to care of the animals.

“Our foster family network is a key resource that allows our lifesaving work to continue outside the walls of the shelter,” said Jodi Osborne, who is the society’s foster coordinator. “Right now, we have 28 kittens that need foster families immediately and more are coming in every hour.”

The need is so great that Roman said he’s telling people to come straight to the animal society directly if they are interested in fostering.

“Don’t call. Don’t email. Just come on down,” he said. “We need the community’s support to help these animals. We can’t do it alone.”

Rain, outcome dampen Savannah Spirit women's soccer team's long-awaited season opener

For the Savannah Morning News The Savannah Spirit waited an extra year to play a regular-season game because the coronavirus pandemic limited their 2020 debut to four exhibition matches. The Spirit opened their ...

For the Savannah Morning News

The Savannah Spirit waited an extra year to play a regular-season game because the coronavirus pandemic limited their 2020 debut to four exhibition matches.

The Spirit opened their Women's Premier Soccer League 2021 schedule on Thursday night by hosting the Charleston (S.C.) Fleet at Benedictine Military School's stadium.

For many, the chance to get out on the pitch was far greater than the outcome, at least this time around.

The Spirit of Savananh:Providing soccer opportunities for women and a team for the Hostess City

“All of the emotions. It’s been just short of eight years,” the Spirit's Taylor Russell said. “I was pretty nervous in the beginning, but then once five minutes goes by, it’s just like riding a bike. The atmosphere and once you get that first touch on the ball, it’s like nothing ever changed.”

Russell, who played at Armstrong State University, waited eight long years between touches and, despite the 1-0 loss to Charleston, said it was great to be able to get out and play again.

"Getting to play in front of the people of Savannah again, I haven’t done that in eight years,” Russell said. “Having some of my family here, my co-workers and being able to see me play; whether it’s a year off or eight, it’s pretty exciting.”

The long-awaited return for many lasted 28 minutes before the Savannah weather had different plans. With the two squads scoreless, storm fronts continued to flood into the area and forced a 79-minute delay.

So what was talked about for such a long break? Not much as the game was still fresh.

“We basically went in and I gave them four points, which took about six or seven minutes,” Spirit head coach and technical director Chris Davidovicz said. “Then I drove to CVS and got food and drinks for them.”

“It was a nice little break, to be honest; I was watching that clock for a while,” Russell said laughing as she noted she’s not yet in top soccer shape.

After coming back from the long delay, the Spirit had some chances to crack the scoreboard but a header went just wide of the net. The lone goal came in the 58th minute after a furious attempt. Charleston’s Valentina Mosquera found the back of the net after a shot rebounded off Spirit goalie Sydney Martinez, a star at South Effingham High and then the University of South Florida.

“It was great to be out, for sure," Davidovicz said. "It’s great to play against actual competition. It’s great to go and battle. It’s obviously frustrating to lose.

"We’ve talked about this for weeks in tight games that if we give the ball away in the wrong area, typically it’s going to be the difference. It was a matter of who was going to make the mistake, and we were the ones that did today.”

As the Savannah Spirit season continues through the summer, players like Erin O’Hearn are looking forward to being a role model for young girls in Savannah.

“It’s amazing. It’s something I wish I had as an 8-year-old looking up. I think it’s really amazing to be that for younger girls and, hopefully, to inspire more girls,” said O'Hearn, a former St. Vincent's Academy and Furman University midfielder. “For them to look at it as something they can do, they play college soccer if they want or be on a professional team if they want. It’s something I didn’t have as a child and I still fell in love with the sport. So I can’t imagine what it’ll do for girls to look up (to us).”

Before the Spirit's league game, the Under-21 Futures team defeated the Fleet’s U-21 team 1-0 to open up its season.

The U-21 squad has matches scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday at Soda City in Columbia, S.C., and Jun 12 in a rematch with SC United in Columbia. The Spirit first team has a WPSL road game at 4 p.m. Junes 15 at Florida SOL on Flemming Island, Florida.

The Spirit's two squads are home again for a June 30 doubleheader against MOBA, with the U-21 game at 4 p.m. and the WPSL match at 6:30 p.m. at Benedictine.

The WPSL — which has started its 23rd season with about 140 teams in 32 states and Canada — is this country’s highest-level amateur soccer league for women.

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