Lake Norman & Mooresville

November 16, 2011

Former Wolfpack star hopes to help Eagles be successful

Rodney Monroe has seen success at every level of basketball. The former shooting guard was Maryland's all-time leading high school scorer when he graduated from St. Maria Goretti High. Then he went on to score 2,551 points at N.C. State on his way to breaking Hall of Famer David Thompson's Wolfpack scoring record and being named the 1991 ACC Player of the Year. The 43-year-old, who played with the Atlanta Hawks for a season before having a 15-year career overseas, hopes to translate his success as a player into coaching as he takes over SouthLake Christian's basketball program.

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