Florence-Darlington Tech Stinger Commits to USC Baseball
The coaching staff of the Florence-Darlington Tech Stinger men's baseball team reports their first commitment to a four year college. The Stingers played their first year of intercollegiate baseball in 2005.
Head Coach Curtis Hudson announced that right handed starting pitcher Curtis Johnson will transfer to the University of South Carolina and play ball for the Gamecock's top ten college program next fall.
Coach Hudson said, “Curtis is an outstanding student athlete and USC will benefit from his the experience gained during his two year as a Tech Stinger.”
Johnson played high school ball for Sumter's Lakewood High School where he was coached by Barry Hatfield. The Tech Stingers are practicing for their second season in the National Junior College Athletics Association's Region X.