USC Salkehatchie Athletics

Women’s Basketball

Glen Mayo was named the Head Women’s Basketball Coach on April 4th of 2018. He makes the transition to the women’s game after spending the past 8 season on the men’s NJCAA basketball sidelines. Mayo is known for his contagious energy and passion for the game and how relentless he is on the recruiting trail, while he is very well known and respected in four year college coaching circles. His vision for USC Salkehatchie Women’s Basketball is to have a 100% graduation rate and help each player earn a scholarship to a four year university.

This previous year, Mayo helped lead the Salk MBB Team to a 20-10 overall record. The Indians finished conference in 2nd Place with a 9-4 overall record, and advanced through the Region X Tournament to the Championship Game. An overtime loss to Cape Fear ended the Indians season just one game short. Mayo played a huge role in player development, scouting reports, and out on the recruiting trail. Deshawn Andrews (Alcorn State Signee) was named Region X Player of the Year.

Prior to his time here at Salk, Mayo was an Assistant Coach at Northwest Florida State College for the 2015-2016 season. The Raiders finished the season with a 27-6 overall record while along the way winning the Panhandle Conference Championship, Region VIII Tournament Championship, and making an Elite Appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. Jared Wilson-Frame (Pittsburg Signee) was named Region VIII Tournament MVP.

Mayo got his coaching start at the NJCAA Power House – Chipola College. In 2009, Mayo served as a manager for the Chipola Indians coached by Greg Heiar. Over the next four seasons Mayo would climb the coaching ranks while working for Head Coaches such as; Jake Headrick and Patrick Blake. In 2014, Mayo served as an Assistant to the Head Coach on possibly one the most talented teams in school history. The Indians were crowned Panhandle Conference Champions during this time, and went onto win the Region VIII Tournament Championship before making an Elite 8 appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. Sam Cassell Jr (UCONN Signee) was named Region VIII Player of the Year. Six Players went on to player “High Major” basketball.

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