South Carolina hoops starter almost late to game due to in-person exam
Well, he is a student, after all.
South Carolina forward Benjamin Bosmans-Verdonk barely made it before tip to the Gamecocks’ game against George Washington University in Washington D.C. Wednesday night. He was late because he had to take an in-person exam and was trying to fly into Washington before tip-off.
He made it with just barely any time to spare before starting against the Colonials.
Benjamin Bosmans-Verdonk got here in time. He’s starting. https://t.co/8VYodjjCCb
— Michael Lananna ? (@mlananna) December 1, 2022
Bosmans-Verdonk, a 6-foot-8 power forward/center who transferred from Illinois at the end of last season, has yet to really get his game going on the court for the Gamecocks. A skilled rebounder, Bosmans-Verdonk has struggled to score consistently for Lomont Paris’ squad so far.
He’s totaled 19 points in 5 games.