Victor Radcliff 2012
Victor Radcliff Played baseball at USC Salkehatchie 1978-79 and 1979-80. Victor played shortstop and second base for the Indians. In 1978, he batted .410, hitting 15 home runs and was named all-Eastern District for the NJCAA. In 1979, he batted .405, hitting 10 home runs and was again named all-Eastern district for the NJCAA.
After his two years at USC Salkehatchie, Victor went on to play at USC Aiken for the next two years. His junior year he was honorable mention on the all-NAIA list. His senior year he was MVP at USC – Aiken and was the Kiwanis USC Aiken Player of the Year.
After college, Victor went to work for SCE&G, where he still works but continued in baseball by working as a Dixie League 15/16 year old coach each summer, taking his teams to the world series on 7 different occasions. At the same time, he served as a volunteer assistant baseball coach for North Augusta High School. After serving in this volunteer role for 16 years, he was asked to take over as head coach 6 years ago, in 2005. In his first season as head coach North Augusta won their region. In his second season, North Augusta won their region, played for the state championship and Radcliff was named 4A S. C. High School Coach of the Year.
Radcliff has four children, three sons who were all involved in baseball and a daughter who is now a nurse. His youngest son played baseball at Georgia Perimeter College before finishing his degree at Southern University. His middle son played baseball at North Florida. His oldest son, Victor, Jr. had signed to play baseball at Clemson out of high school but was drafted in the 4th round by the Kansas City Royals and played for seven years in their AA organization. Victor, Jr. now serves as his father’s head assistant coach at North Augusta High.