MYRTLE BEACH — CCU Head volleyball Coach Jozsef Forman has named Larry Salefsky the program’s assistant coach. Salefsky was most recently a head coach at Eugene Ashley High School in Wilmington, N.C., the director at Wilmington Elite Beach Volleyball Club and the director of the Brunswick Juniors Volleyball Club, according to a university release.
“I’m really excited to have Larry on my coaching staff,” said Forman in the release. “His personality and hard work will be a great asset in our gym. He has passion for the game from his professional career and his enthusiasm as a coach will be contagious.”
Salefsky was the head coach at EAHS from 2011-2013. In his first season, the Eagles finished with a 14-6 record and made the second round of the 4A state playoffs. Three of his athletes were named first team all-conference. In his second season, the Eagles finished 18-6, won the Mid-Eastern Conference for the first time in school history and made the third round of the state playoffs. Four of his athletes were named first team all-conference, according to the release.
Smith Knaffle earned medalist honors with a 36 at Myrtle Beach National’s South Course, but could only lead her team to a tie of Carolina Forest, with both teams shooting 166. Kayla Parsons, a seventh grader, was the low player for the Panthers with a 38.
SJ – 166: Smith Knaffle 36, Morgan Stanchak 41 Jordan White 44, Steely Haye 45
CF – Kayla Parsons 38, Jamie Karl 41, Samantha Schoner 42, Sami Spencer 45
Rec.: SJ – 1-0-1; CF – 1-0-1