Presbyterian College has announced two more sets of athletics recruits, four in baseball two in women’s golf.

Baseball coach Elton Pollock announced the addition of four student-athletes via national letters of intent on Friday. Joel Dragoo, Reuben Costin, Sean Hollister and Daniel Eagen will each join the baseball program and be a part of the 2022 team.

"I am excited about the four newest members we have added to our Blue Hose family today,” commented Pollock. “I believe that they will each have an impact on our program for years to come and each of them are high character guys on and off the field. I want to thank my staff for all their hard work.”

Eagen is a righthanded pitcher from Fuquay-Varina (N.C.) High School. His team was ranked 10th in the nation by MaxPreps. He called PC “a perfect fit” and plans to major in either data analysis or business.

Hollister, also a righthanded pitcher, is from Charleston’s Bishop England High, where he played on state champions in 2018 and ’19. born in Rhode Island, he plans to major in business.

Costin, a southpaw hurler, is from Chesterfield, Va.’ Cosby. He said PC has “a great feel to the campus.” He, too, plans to major in business.

Dragoo is an infielder from Beckville, Texas, and Northside Christian Academy. Also a prospective business major, he called PC “the right fit.”

Women’s golf coach Anne Marie Covar announced the signing of Sarah Boteler (Greenville) and Madison Chappell (Oconee County, Ga.).

I am very excited to welcome Sarah and Madi to the PC women’s golf family,” said Covar. “They will be a great addition to our program, not only because of what they can do on the course, but in the classroom as well. I believe both of them will make an immediate impact on our team and I look forward to having them on campus in August.”

Boteler was twice named all-state at J.L. Mann High School. She ranked 14th overall in the state of South Carolina and 8th in the Class of 2021. She intends to major in biology and wants to become a pediatrician.

Chappell went to North Oconee High School but was born in Burbank, Calif. Her father played college baseball. She plans to enroll in the pre-health sciences program and work in the medical field.