The South Carolina Letterman’s Association announced that eight new members were selected for induction into the USC Athletic Hall of Fame.
The new members included basketball’s Brian Winters and Henry Martin, and football players Clarence Williams, and Collin Mackie. Also selected were soccer player Josh Wolff, golfer Carl Paulson, track and field’s Brad Snyder, and athletics administrative aide Emily White.
Brian Winters played at Carolina from 1972-1974. He finished with 1,079 points and played in three consecutive NCAA Tournaments.
Henry Martin played basketball in 1942, and again from 1947-1949. He was USC’s first 1,000 point scorer.
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The late Clarence Williams played in 1975 and 1976, and had 2,311 career rushing yards. He had eight 100-yard games in his career.
Kicker Collin Mackie (1987-1990) is the leading scorer in school history with 330 points.
Soccer’s Josh Wolffe (1995-1997) totaled 21 goals and 8 assists in 43 career games.
Golfer Carl Paulson earned SEC player of the year and All-America honors in 1993.
Brad Snyder (1996-1999) earned eight All-America honors and was a three-time Olympic shot putter and discus thrower for Canada.
Emily White is known as the “first lady” of USC Athletics. She has assisted coaches and ADs since 1967.