Athletic News

Coach of the Year!

Cindy Baggott, head BEHS girls volleyball coach,  received Coach of the Year from the South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association this past Sunday. Coach Baggott began coaching the team in 2007. She has won 11 straight State Championships, part of the national record 28 overall State Championships and 18 consecutive State Championships. The team begins play… read more

Boys Golf Wins State Championship

The Boys Golf team won the program’s 7th State Championship with a 2 day team total of 642. They finished 12 strokes ahead of 2nd place team May River. Austin Scott led the team with a 2 day total of 153 giving him All State honors, finishing 3rd individually. All 5 BE golfers finished in… read more

Baseball Wins State Championship

The Bishop England Baseball team capped off one of its best seasons ever, winning the AAA State Championship over Seneca. The Bishops won game 1 at home 2-1 and won 1-0 at Seneca in game 2. Geoffrey Gilbert pitched a complete game shutout in game 2 while Gregory Sanders singled to right scoring Leo Albano… read more

Girls Soccer, Boys Tennis Win State

Girls Soccer finished its season with a State Championship, defeating defending champion Indian Land 3-0. The Bishops goals were scored by Kayla Vroman, Kessy Bradshaw, and Britton Blom. The victory gives the Girls Soccer program 11 State Championships.  Read more here Boys Tennis capped off a perfect season defeating Clinton 6-0 to win the State… read more

Boys Tennis Wins First Match on New Courts

  The Boys Tennis team opened the new Michael L Runey III Tennis Center in style defeating Georgetown 6-0 in their 2nd round playoff match. Everyone enjoyed the comforts of being able to play a match on the Bishop England campus. The team will travel to May River for their 3rd round match on Monday.… read more

BEHS Athletic Signings

Congratulations to the following student-athletes who signed today. Lleyton Dacuba-Queens University (Tennis) Drew Bobey-Johnson & Wales (Tennis) Leo Albano-Notre Dame (Football)… read more

Tennis Center Dedication

Please join us for the Dedication Ceremony of the Michael L. Runey, III Tennis Center Home of the Msgr. John L. Manning Tennis Courts Sunday, April 29th 2018 BEHS ~ 363 Seven Farms Drive Dedication Ceremony Begins at 3:00 PM… read more

Baseball Ranked Top 50 Nationally

The Bishops Baseball team finished the regular season with a 23-1 record. The team managed to win the IP Classic and HIT tournaments for the first time ever and will begin the AAA playoffs ranked #1 in the state baseball coaches poll. Their success has now reached a national level with the most recent Rawlings… read more

Four Athletes Sign to Play in College

Four more Bishop England student athletes signed to play in college, This brings the total college signings for the year to 11. The four newest signees are: Justin Counasse (Lacrosse) – Limestone Christian Greavu (Lacrosse) – Mercer Jaylen Stoney-Patterson (Football) – North Greenville Matthew McManus (Baseball) – Florida State College of Jacksonville… read more

Girls Lacrosse Finishes Regular Season Undefeated

The Girls Lacrosse team concluded their 2018 regular season defeating Chapin 7-6. Chapin lost to the Bishops in last year’s State Championship game and came into the most recent contest ranked #2 in the state. The Bishops will enter the playoffs ranked #1 after finishing the regular season with a record of 14-0. They outscored… read more

Athletic Director of the Year!

Congratulations to BE Athletic Director Paul M. Runey who was voted Region AAA Athletic Director of the Year and was voted Statewide Athletic Director of the Year!… read more

Baseball Captures IP Classic Championship

The Bishop England Baseball team got the season off to a strong start by winning the prestigious International Paper Classic in Georgetown. The team went 4-0 in the tournament defeating Hartsville, TL Hanna, Summerville, and Boiling Springs. Ryan Gaffney was named Tournament MVP. He was the winning pitcher in the championship game against Boiling Springs… read more