Where are they now??

1960s Larry Crapse – attended USC Salkehatchie 1965- 1967; completing his final year of a three-year scholarship in neuroscience at Boston University, a project funded by the National Science Foundation; continuing to do some writing and provide lectures on neuroanatomy

1980s Tim Medlin – attended USC Salkehatchie 1978- 1980 and played baseball for the Indians; bachelor’s degree in English from Newberry College; now president of Welcome to the Big Leagues Baseball and Softball Academy in Columbia

1990s Stuart Lake – attended USC Salkehatchie 1990-1991; played baseball for USC Salkehatchie and went on to play at Charleston Southern University; now serves as head baseball coach at Charleston Southern

Kevin Young – attended USC Salkehatchie 1995- 1997; B.A. in psychology from USC Aiken in 1999; business entrepreneur who has started and successfully sold two companies, Charleston Staffing and Coastal Driver Leasing in recent years; newly opened his own real estate company, View Front Realty in Charleston, where he also lives

2000s Amanda Bennett – A.S. from USC Salkehatchie in 2007; B.S. in business administration from USC Beaufort in 2009; began her job as Assistant Director of Financial Aid at USC Salkehatchie in May 2009

Andrew Burnette – attended USC Salkehatchie from 2001- 2003, where he played baseball; B.A. in political science from Lander University in 2005; working as the PGA-certified golf professional at Wild Dunes Links Course on the Isle of Palms

Jordan Gray (‘08) poses with golf legend Jack Nicklaus during Gray’s summer internship in Florida.

Jordan Gray A.A. from USC Salkehatchie in 2008, where he was a member of the USC Salkehatchie Indians baseball team and Student Ambassador; a senior in economics at USC Columbia, he was selected for honorable mention in spring 2009 as an outstanding rising senior in the economics department; worked as an intern for Jack Nicklaus’ golf course design firm in Florida for the summer of 2009   Caption for Jordan Gray & Jack Nicklaus pic:


Kami Bigham Rice - attended USC Salkehatchie from 1999-2003; B.A. from USC Aiken in 2005; works at the Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area; she and her husband, Glen M. Rice III, celebrated the birth of their daughter, Kingsley Attaway Rice, on December 8, 2008

Jana Farrell Zissette – BAIS earned at USC Salkehatchie in 2001; lives in Charleston; recently engaged to Brian J. O’Grady of Charleston, with a wedding scheduled for October 17, 2009