USCA golf inks two during early signing
USC Aiken 23rd-year head golf coach Michael Carlisle announced the addition of two during the early signing period on Tuesday.
Gonzalo Martinez will join the USCA golf program out of Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy in Myrtle Beach, and Wick Andrews will come to Aiken out of AC Flora High School.
A native of Mexico City, Mexico, Martinez was the 2012 Hurricane Junior Golf Tour points leader.
Andrews enters his senior season as a three-time All-State selection. He has helped lead AC Flora to three consecutive South Carolina AAA state championships.
Thomas signs 10 from high school, four JuCo
USC Aiken 14th-year head baseball coach Kenny Thomas announced the addition of 14 to the 2014 Pacer baseball roster on Tuesday.
The signing class includes 10 prep singings along with four junior college additions.
Jordan Brown, RHP, North Gwinnett High School (Ga.)
Abe Cartledge, LHP, Georgia Perimeter
Clayton Coatney, RHP, Wayne County High School (Ga.)
Zach Eller, LHP, Milton High School (Ga.)
Hunter Hubbard, RHP, Lakeside High School (Ga.)
Brandon Wilhelm, RHP, Christian Brothers High School (Tenn.)
Nick Yobbi, RHP, South Park High School (Pa.)
Dalton Addy, INF, Lexington High School
Cory Bryan, INF, South Aiken High School
Nick Goings, OF, Osborne High School (Ga.)
JoJo Higgenbottom, 1B, North Augusta High School
Latron Hunter, OF, Southern Union Junior College
Randy Luckett, OF, USC Lancaster
Max Schoen, C, Lamar Junior College.
Snyder announces addition of three
USCA 26th-year head softball coach Jerry Snyder announced the addition of three student-athletes to the 2014 Pacer softball roster on Tuesday
All three players will join the Pacers out the South Carolina prep ranks.
Brittany Hoskins joins USCA out of Crescent High School in Iva.
Madison Labrador signs with the Pacers out of Lexington High School.
Magan Thrower will join the USCA softball program out of Stratford High School in Goose Creek, S.C.
The third baseman/infielder was chosen to the 2011 All-Low Country Team.
She was a 2012 All-Region selection.
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