n partnership with the City of Hartsville Parks and Recreation department, the semi-pro basketball team, the Florence Wildcats have chosen Coach T.B. Thomas Sports Center in Hartsville as their home court for this season.
"We are excited to have Julia take over as the head coach of our men's volleyball program," Griffin said. "After a national search we are convinced that Julia brings the experience and proven success to the program.
“This is an exciting week for us as we prepare to bring Semi-Pro basketball to the Pee Dee area. Last year was just a thought and now we’re competing in a great league, it’s surreal at times," Wilson, Director of Operations stated.
Ajukwa comes to Hartsville from Ridge View High School where she played basketball for the Blazers. She averaged 13.2 points per game, 7.4 rebounds per game, 4.3 steals per game and 3.1 assists per game
In two tournament games, McCusker tallied 12 goals for a total of 12 points. She also scooped up six ground balls and caused three turnovers. Her sixth goal against Tusculum in the South Atlantic Conference tournament quarterfinal was the game-winner
The Cobras will head into the event as the seventh-ranked team in the southeast region and will join fellow SAC members Newberry, Lincoln Memorial and Carson-Newman. In total, 20 teams and eight individuals advanced to the three-day