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Hudson Jacobs

Hudson Jacobs

South Carolina women’s basketball added Hudson Jacobs to the staff in Fall 2011 as the team’s video coordinator. He joined the staff after spending the previous season in that role for the Charlotte 49ers men’s and women’s basketball teams. Jacobs is responsible for taping games and practices, exchanging scouting tapes with opponents, breaking down film, producing team highlight videos and supervising the day-to-day video needs of the coaching staff.

In addition to his South Carolina duties, Jacobs has served as the video coordinator for USA Basketball during Dawn Staley’s tenure as the Women’s National Team head coach. He first joined the process during the team’s 2017 training camp in Santa Barbara, Calif., and was part of the contingent that went on to win gold medals in the 2018 FIBA World Cup and 2019 and 2021 FIBA AmeriCup. He also traveled with the team to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, where the U.S. brought home a gold medal, its seventh straight in Olympic action.

Jacobs started in the Charlotte athletics department as an administrative assistant, working with the women’s basketball and volleyball teams as well as sports information and other athletic administrators. A graduate of NC State, Jacobs worked as a team manager for the Wolfpack women’s basketball team under then-head coach Kay Yow.

Jacobs earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from NC State in 2007.