|Title:||Assistant Men's Basketball Coach|
Bob Milligan enters his fourth season as part of the
Pioneers coaching staff.
Milligan has been coaching for 32 years, with 20 of those at the at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind. He served as the SCSDB’s head coach for 10 years and won the most games in the history of the school. In his time as head coach he won the Mason Dixon Tournament, the biggest and oldest tournament for the hearing impaired in the United States, twice and finished in second place three times. His teams set the record for the most wins in a season. In his final year at the school, his team was ranked No. 1 in the nation. He has also had the privilege of coaching eight hearing impaired All-Americans.
“Coach Milligan has forgotten more about the game of basketball than I know,” said SMC head coach Jeff Brookman. “He has a true passion for coaching and for our players. I am happy to have him as part of our coaching staff.”
Milligan’s responsibilities with the SMC Pioneers include assisting with all preseason workouts and practice, statistical data of all games and preseason open gyms and game day preparation.