Coker’s Hellbe named Men’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year

ROCK HILL, S.C. – Coker College men’s tennis player, Henrik Hellbe, has been named the 2018 South Atlantic Conference Men’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Hellbe is the first Coker student-athlete to win the SAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year award since 2015. The South Atlantic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year award is presented annually to one student-athlete in each of the Conference’s championship...

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Williamson named to NFCA Division II All-Southeast Region First-Team

LOUISVILLE, Ky.- Coker softball’s Maria Williamson earned First-Team All-Region honors on the 2018 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II Southeast team, as announced on Wednesday, May 9. This year’s squad includes 207 student-athletes from 120 schools. The first baseman is one of 10 South Atlantic Conference players honored on the list and the lone Cobra representative. The Laurens, S.C. native...

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Darlington High School senior baseball players
May15

Darlington High School senior baseball players

Jake Jones Keyshawn Taylor Matthew...

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Trinity-Byrnes’ Miles signs  with Coker College
May15

Trinity-Byrnes’ Miles signs with Coker College

Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School senior CJ Miles signed a national letter of intent on Thursday, April 26 to play basketball at Coker College in Hartsville. Miles, a four-year varsity award winner, played a major role in the Titan basketball program reaching the state Region 2 SCISA final four each season during his time on the team When asked how he came to receive the offer, Miles stated, “None of this would be possible without my...

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Schmidt Signs as Coker’s First Female Esports Member

Madison Schmidt made history recently when she signed to join Coker’s esports team as the Cobras first female member. Schmidt, a pioneer for Coker esports and esports in general, is part of a growing wave of female players participating in competitive esports. The Overwatch league, a professional league created by Blizzard, has 129 players with one of them being female. Additionally, about five to ten percent of collegiate...

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Theodoropoulos takes charge in leading Coker to becoming Food Recovery Network verified
May08

Theodoropoulos takes charge in leading Coker to becoming Food Recovery Network verified

Senior men’s lacrosse player Cole Theodoropoulos is leaving his mark not only on Coker’s Campus but in the City of Hartsville. Theodoropoulos has been working with Coker College Dining Services and Sodexo to re-establish Coker’s chapter with the National Food Recovery Network. This is a program that works to fight food waste and feed those in need through food recovery. The excess food is donated to registered...

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