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Women's Basketball Coach

In 2013-2014, Coach Anthony Wilson returns for his second season at the helm of the Lady Cougars basketball team. Last season saw the Lady Cougars go 5-20 with a 5-3 record in the NCCAA II South Region.

Prior to last season, Coach Wilson served as the Men's Assistant Basketball Coach under NCCAA Hall of Fame Coach Keith Champion from 2009-2012. Under the direction of Coach Champion and Coach Wilson, the Men's team finished with a share of South Region Regular Season Title in two of three seasons, finished sixth at the NCCAA II National Tournament in 2012, and produced two South Region Player of the Year Award winners.

Coach Wilson was an athlete at Clearwater Christian College from 2000-2004. During his career on the Men's Basketball team, he recorded over 1,000 points and grabbed more than 900 rebounds, was a Three-Time All-Region Player, and was twice named to the NCCAA II All-American Team. Upon graduation, Coach Wilson was inducted into the Clearwater Christian College Sports Hall of Fame.

In addition to his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Clearwater Christian College, Coach Wilson also holds Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degrees from Stetson University.

Coach Wilson is married to Jennifer (Groschel), who played volleyball and basketball at CCC. They have three children - Elijah, Anaya, and Jonathan.

In describing his philosophy of basketball, Coach Wilson says this, "I see basketball at Clearwater Christian College as a means to teach student-athletes to combine basketball and a quality Clearwater Christian College education into a powerful tool for ministering the Gospel of Christ to those with whom they come into contact."

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One of CCC's most decorated athletes, Tori is a junior biology major. "Having transferred to Clearwater in the middle of my sophomore year, I was very uneasy about the new environment I would soon be entering. However, the Lord made this transition extremely easy. Spiritually, the family environment has allowed me to create friendships that have challenged me in my walk with Christ. Academically, the teacher's personal desire is for each student to perform at his highest potential so they are willing to help each student outside the classroom. Athletically, the Lord has allowed me to be a part of the college's soccer and basketball teams. As I look back, it's obvious to see that transferring to CCC was one of the best decisions that I have made for my spiritual, emotional and academic well-being."