Myrtle Beach Pelicans

Friday’s area sports briefs

Mike Snow been with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans for 11 years and is a dedicated employee.

Now, he is moving up in the organization.

Snow – previously the Facilities Operations Manager – was named the Assistant General Manager of Operations on Friday, and Myrtle Beach’s President and General Manager Andy Milovich had high praise for the staff member.

“Mike has done an incredible job in his 11 seasons with [the Pelicans] and is richly deserving of his promotion,” Milovich said in a press release. “We’re fortunate to have been blessed with someone that has Mike’s experience, passion, and commitment to providing and maintaining TicketReturn.Com Field and the stadium experience for which we’ve become known. He’s the best in the business.”

Snow’s everday responsibilites include the upkeep and game management of Field at Pelicans Ballpark. He also oversees all non-game day events, the team’s seasonal gameday staff including ushers, parking attendants and the security personnel and is also the supervisor for both home and visiting clubhouses.

A native of Massachusetts, Snow started his career with the Daytona (Fla.) Cubs and was later with the Helena (Mon.) Brewers and Carolina Mudcats before coming to Myrtle Beach.

Snow – the fourth Pelicans front office member promoted in the last calendar year – is also a leader in the community as he serves on the Myrtle Beach Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.

High school volleyball

The South Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association is looking for efficient volleyball officials for the upcoming season. Those interested should have a vast knowledge of the game of volleyball and be willing to attend additional training courses and scheduled meetings.

SCISA is also willing to train any people new to the sport of volleyball.

For further information, email SCISA District Director of Officiating Teddy Weeks at or call 803-446-3379.