Victory Fund Giving Presbyterian College Clinton SC

Recently established, the Blue Hose Victory Fund provides our Athletic Director the resources to furnish our student-athletes and coaches with all the things they need to excel in Division I athletics.

The task at hand: raise $1.2 million for operating costs – equipment, travel, academic support and recruiting – by the end of 2017.

Over the years, our supporters have been incredibly generous, but for us to succeed and continue the progress we’ve made, further commitment is essential. Our student-athletes need your support like never before. Make an investment with other alumni, friends, parents and former athletes and consider a contribution to the Victory Fund today to give them the tools necessary to  represent PC to the fullest.

Victory Fund Blue Hose Dedication and Commitment Presbyterian College Clinton SC

Want to talk to someone about supporting the Blue Hose Victory Fund?

Please contact Harold Nichols, assistant athletic director for development & director of the scotsman club, at or 864-833-8296

"Being a Division I athlete at Presbyterian College has allowed me to grow in every area of my life - academically, athletically, and socially... Through the investment of my coaches, teammates, other departments on campus, and dedicated supporters I have been given the utmost opportunity for a pathway to success."

— Caroline Ferrari, Women's Tennis, Senior

"Having the opportunity to play Division I basketball was always a dream of mine and I'm proud to fulfill my dream in a Blue Hose jersey. PC made a commitment to me with a full scholarship and I'm dedicated to bring success to PC basketball while earning a degree from this prestigious institution. "

— Reggie Dillard, Guard, Junior

"...My time at PC has helped me not only grow as a softball player but as an individual and teammate. - I've learned what it takes to be dedicated to a goal..."

— Jonnie Petree, Utility, Sophomore

"You can be sure I’m dedicating my four years to winning a Big South Conference Championship...The coaches awarded me the kind of scholarship that proved they believed in me. We are committed to success. We will win. We perform at the highest level against the toughest teams. That’s what it means to be a student-athlete at PC."

— Stephanie Lee, Forward, Sophomore

"I’m a business management and math double major and hope to become an electrical engineer. My scholarship allows me to relax and focus on competing on the court and in the classroom. I want to win the Big South badly, and go to the NCAAs. I’m totally aware of how dedicated our alumni are to make that happen too. They’ve played here and won here; so for me, it’s like I’m the next piece in a great tradition. My teammates and I are completely dedicated to it."

— Brandon Mills, Men’s Tennis, Junior