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The bulldog statue stands at the Chestnut Street entrance of South Carolina State University.

SCSU cross country at Queens

The South Carolina State cross country teams return to action Friday at the Queen City Invite, hosted by Queens University at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte, N.C. The women’s 5K begins at 5 p.m. and will be followed by men’s competition at 5:30.

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First-year head Coach Jerod Wims’ teams are coming off a strong showing at last week’s Eagles XC Challenge at Georgia Southern where the S.C. State men placed first and the women fourth.

The S.C. State men will be led by sophomore Tyler Duncan, who won last week’s men competition, while freshman Jada Banks, fifth last week in the women’s division, will spearhead the Lady Bulldogs.

Fred Zeigler is SEC Legend

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COLUMBIA -- Hall of Fame receiver Fred Zeigler (1967-69) will represent South Carolina in the 2019 Southeastern Conference Football Legends class, the conference office announced.

The 2019 Football Legends Class also includes:

ALABAMA -- Ray Perkins, wide receiver, 1964-66/head coach, 1983-86

AUBURN -- Karlos Dansby, linebacker, 2000-03

FLORIDA -- Jevon Kearse, outside linebacker, 1996-98

GEORGIA -- Vince Dooley, head coach, 1964-88

TENNESSEE -- Darwin Walker, defensive line, 1997-99. Walker is a native of Walterboro.

Africa University golf tourney

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The 2019 Bishop L. Jonathan Holston South Carolina-Africa University golf tournament will be held Monday at the Orangeburg Country Club, 2745 Griffith Drive NW.

The event, which moves to Orangeburg after several years in Columbia, will be played in a modified four-person captain’s choice. Registration is at 9 a.m. with a shot-gun tee-off set for 10 a.m.

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The event will also feature a silent auction as well as an awards luncheon following the completion of the tournament, which has as its lead sponsor Wespath Institutional Investments, the pensions agency of the United Methodist Church.

“Westpath’s support, along with the move to a premier South Carolina golf course and the efforts of a new organizing team, is taking the event to a new level,” said James H. "Jim" Salley, Africa University’s chief advance officer. “Westpath’s business is the church and they have chosen to invest in scholarships, apportionments and the $50 million Campaign for Africa University.”

For additional tournament information, contact tournament director the Rev. Robert Harper at 843-875-2117, or Robert@knightsvilleumc.org.

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