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The Advocate reports that Scioneaux will go back to his local roots to take part in a New Orleans Saints workout.
Another notable Terrier that won't be returning is running back Donovan Johnson. Affectionately called "D.J." by Terrier fans, Johnson helped fill the hole left by Eric Breitenstein last season. Also, OL/C Jared Singleton, who also earned All-American honors as a Terrier, safety James Zotto, and P/K Kasey Redfern are other big losses.
An interesting thread on the TerrierFans.com message board presents some good conversation about Wofford's relations with this year's Draft.
The 2014 Bosscars
Some highlights from this year's athletic awards, the Bosscars:
- Men's Basketball: 2014 SoCon Champion Men's Basketball earned awards for Most Outstanding Team and Best Team Comeback. Additionally, head coach Mike Young was named Coach of the Year, while Karl Cochran earned Male Student-Athlete of the Year honors. The Male Rookie of the Year was Eric Garcia, and the Best Motivators were Aerris Smith and Lee Skinner. Cochran's work in the tight win against Elon garnered the Most Pivotal Moment award.
- Maggie Bosley, of the Women's Soccer team, earned the Female Student-Athlete of the Year award. Bosley was diagnosed with a severe disease involving the red blood cells after a trip to Argentina. She began receiving treatment and the prayers and support of the Wofford family (including the #KickThisBoz campaign), and recovered in time to see the Terriers clinch the 2014 SoCon Men's Basketball title.
- Oddly enough, the Football team did not receive any awards.