Brandon McKillop

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Brandon McKillop served for seven years as assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at his alma mater (1995). He also served one year in the same capacity at Newberry College under head coach Tim Medlin. McKillop started his coaching career at Wofford after completing his Master’s degree in sport management from the University of Florida.

McKillop was also the Spartanburg Stingers’ head coach in their 2003 inaugural season in the Coastal Plain League.

McKillop was previously the head coach for the highly successful Spartanburg American Legion baseball team. He led Post 28 to a 119-40 record in five years as the team advanced to the playoffs each season, including two trips to the Final Four of the State Tournament.

McKillop holds the Wofford record for consecutive stolen bases with 34 over a three-year span (1993-95). It’s a mark that still stands as the sixth-best in NCAA Division II history (Wofford was a Division II member at the time).

A Team Captain and co-Most Valuable Player as a senior, McKillop hit .357 and stole 26 bases as the Terriers’ leadoff hitter.

McKillop is a native of Boiling Springs and is married to the former Lora Grigg also from Boiling Springs. The couple is married and have two children, Bennett (5) and Lilli (2).