Coaches


Kelsi Pack

Assistant Basketball Coach

1st Year

KKPack000@converse.edu

864-577-2050

 

 

Kelsi Pack, a native of Mandeville, LA, is going into her first season as assistant coach. Pack graduated from Wofford College in 2008 with a degree in Biology and a concentration in Secondary Education. She played basketball throughout her college career, and holds numerous records including a 300 point season in 2006-2007 that earned her preseason All-Conference slot. Pack began her coaching career as an assistant at Chapman High School in 2008 and was soon after promoted to head. At the helm of the girls basketball program, she led Chapman to three playoff appearances in her four year tenure, including one collegiate athlete signee. Pack and her husband, Will, are proud foster and foreign exchange parents and currently live in the Spartanburg area.


Temple Elmore

Assistant Basketball Coach

1st Year

864-577-2050

 

 

 

 

Temple Elmore spent last season at the helm of Jeddah United of Saudi Arabia. Prior to her overseas coaching, Elmore spent five seasons as the Associate Head Coach at the College of Charleston. Elmore, a native of Laurens ,SC, came to the College of Charleston after serving two seasons at Birmingham Southern as an assistant. Primarily working with post players, she aided in recruiting efforts, scouting reports and directed Birmingham Southern’s strength and conditioning program.  As a student –athlete at the College of Charleston, she was named NAIA First Team All-American and First Team Kodak All-American. A former All-District member from 1983-85, Elmore still ranks sixth all-time in career points with 1,599 and is a member of the 35-point club, scoring 35 against Claflin University in 1983. During her junior season, she led the Cougars in scoring, rebounding, field goal and free throw percentage. Elmore played her prep ball at Laurens High School where she was a two-time All-State MVP and three-time All-Region selection.  Today, Elmore is honored as a member of the College of Charleston’s Basketball Hall of Fame and has played internationally in 12 countries.