Sports Update For Thursday, May 9th, 2019; Walhalla Basketball Player Garrett Kuczinski Signs Letter Of Intent With Columbia International University
(Seneca, SC)—————For the second straight week, a Walhalla men’s basketball player has signed a Letter of Intent to play college basketball.
Walhalla guard Garrett Kuczinski signed with Columbia International University yesterday. Kuczinski, who said he was recruited as a guard, also considered Southern Wesleyan University and looked into three other schools, Toccoa Falls College, North Greenville University and Anderson University.
With comments on Garrett and his signing yesterday, here is Walhalla Head Coach Bobby Norizan.
After the signing yesterday, Garrett reflected back on his senior season at Walhalla.
The Clemson Tigers broke a two game losing streak last night with a 17-3 win over the Citadel at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The Tigers scored 11 runs in the 4th inning and 16 hits overall. Clemson, who is 29-20 overall, will travel to Raleigh for an ACC series beginning tomorrow night against N.C. State.
Furman scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning last night and went on to defeat South Carolina in baseball at Founders Park last night by a score of 7-4. South Carolina drops to 24-24 on the season and will host Kentucky in a three game series beginning tomorrow night in Columbia.
The South Carolina softball team lost to Florida yesterday in College Station, TX by a score of 6-5 in the first round of the SEC Softball Tournament and the Gamecocks are eliminated.
The golf season’s are over for the both the Clemson and South Carolina women’s golf teams after Clemson finished 13th in the Auburn Regional. Vanderbilt won the regional with Furman finishing ninth. South Carolina finished 10th in the Cle Elum Regional in Washington State with Southern California winning that regional in the NCAA women’s golf tournament.
Chattanooga defeated Furman 9-5 in the first round of the Southern Conference Softball tournament. Furman will face Samford in an elimination game today.