Former Wando, Fort Dorchester wrestlers in NJCAA national championships

Former Charleston Southern player Newland Isaac has returned to join the CSU football coaching staff, Buccaneers head coach Jamey Chadwell announced Friday.

Isaac, who was on Chadwell’s staff last season at Delta State and spent three seasons with him at North Greenville, will coach the running backs and tight ends.

Isaac was a four-year letterman under former head coach Jay Mills at CSU. The Greer native was a former walk-on who worked his way to a scholarship at wide receiver. He helped CSU capture the 2005 Big South title, the first in its history.

Isaac coached running backs at Delta State last season, guiding a group which combined to average almost 200 rushing yards per game and nearly 5.0 yards per carry.


Two Lowcountry products wrestling for Spartanburg Methodist College have advanced to the National Junior College Athletic Association national championships.

Former Wando standout Trent Williams and ex-Fort Dorchester wrestler Daquan Wilson advanced to the national tournament, set for this weekend in Des Moines, Iowa.

Williams, an All-American last year, wrestles at 165 pounds. Wilson is a 184-pounder.

Track and field

Charleston Southern senior Tamisha Foster won the triple jump with a leap of 12.44 meters, and sophomore Meme Jean ran an 8.57 in the 60-meter hurdles to claim her second event at the Big South championships in Winston-Salem, N.C.

The Bucs took third overall (74 points) at the conference meet, finishing behind Coastal Carolina and Liberty.

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