Current Status Bill Number:
3260Type of Legislation: Concurrent Resolution CRIntroducing Body: HouseIntroduced Date: 19950117Primary Sponsor: LittlejohnAll Sponsors: Littlejohn and WellsDrafted Document Number: BBM\9754JM.95Date Bill Passed both Bodies: 19950118Subject: Spartanburg Methodist College Men's Soccer Team
Body Date Action Description Com Leg Involved ______ ________ _______________________________________ _______ ____________ House 19950118 Received from Senate Senate 19950118 Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence House 19950117 Introduced, adopted, sent to SenateView additional legislative information at the LPITS web site.
CONGRATULATING SPARTANBURG METHODIST COLLEGE ON WINNING THE 1994 MEN'S SOCCER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.
Whereas, Spartanburg Methodist College won the 1994 NJCAA national championship in men's soccer; and
Whereas, Spartanburg Methodist College (SMC) is already known as a powerhouse in baseball and basketball and is now recognized as a soccer power on the national level; and
Whereas, the SMC men's soccer coach, Pete Petersen, led the team to a superb 20-1-1 record in 1994, and he was named Region 10 Coach of the Year, South Coach of the Year, and the NJCAA National Coach of the Year; and
Whereas, the 1994 SMC men's soccer team won many honors and attained much recognition, including the following: team members Richard Reid and Carlos McGregor were named All-Americans; Hugo LaReservee was selected National Tournament Most Valuable Player on Defense; Carlos McGregor, Richard Reid, Russell Sipple, Sappia Venn, and Austin Williams were chosen for the NSCAA All South Team; Richard Reid was named Region 10 Player of the Year; Hugo Biggar, Gary High, Hugo LaReservee, Carlos McGregor, Russell Sipple, Sappia Venn, and Austin Williams were selected for the Region 10 Team; Tim Liparulo and Austin Williams were voted by the team as Most Improved; Franco Ruiz was accorded National All Tournament Team honors; and Gary High received the Unsung Hero (Coach's Award) for his two years' performance consisting of thirty-four goals, twenty-four assists; and ninety-two points; and
Whereas, the entire team for 1994 exhibited unity, hard work, dedication, great skill, and enthusiasm and has made the entire State of South Carolina very proud. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring:
That the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, by this resolution, congratulates Spartanburg Methodist College on winning the 1994 men's soccer national championship.
Be it further resolved that this resolution be forwarded to the men's soccer team of Spartanburg Methodist College.