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NORFOLK, Virginia – As the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference celebrates its 50th anniversary in the 2020/21 academic year, the conference office has announced the Men’s Golf All-Time Team, presented by The Home Depot and made up of 50 outstanding students -Athletes in the history of the conference.
Eleven members of the team played for South Carolina State University.
A total of more than 200 votes were cast, in which fans, media representatives, sports information contacts from institutions and others took part.
To be considered for voting, student-athletes must have been appointed to the MEAC All-Tournament Team, MEAC Championship Outstanding Performer, reach the Top 5 of the PGA National Minority (now PGA WORKS) Championship, or be inducted into the MEAC Hall of Fame Black College Hall of Fame or PGA National Minority Hall of Fame.
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A total of 50 people, including a national master and a two-time Hall of Famer, will be honored. SC State’s all-time team members are listed in alphabetical order:
- Robert Cacho: 2009 PGA National Minority Championship medalist; All-time low round from MEAC (63, 2008-09).
- Leonard Cherry: 1974 MEAC All tournament.
- Bobby Ellis: Two MEAC All tournaments (1975, 1977)
- Douglas Grier: Two MEAC All tournaments (1975, 1977).
- Raymond Grier: Medalist at the MEAC championship in 1974; two MEAC All tournaments (1972, 1974).
- Rodney Lathern: Top 2, 1989 PGA National Minority Championship.
- Martin Roache: Two-time medalist in the PGA National Minority Championship (1990, 1991).
- Kenny Southers: Medalist at the 1972 MEAC Championship; two MEAC All tournaments (1972, 1974).
- Adrian Stills: Two-time NAIA All-American (1977, 1980); 1977 MEAC championship medalist; 1977 MEAC All tournament; National Black Golf Hall of Fame Class of 2021; MEAC Hall of Fame class from 1993.
- Roy Stills: 1974 MEAC All Tournament.
- Emerson Wright: 1972 MEAC All Tournament.