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Hot-shooting Panthers halt CCU’s Sun Belt win streak

Colton Ray-St Cyr completed a double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds, but it was not near enough as the Chanticleers fell to Georgia State 76-56, breaking CCU’s four-game winning streak. It was a tale of two halves as CCU’s defense was strong in the first half, but not the offense, and it was just the opposite in the second half. Georgia State (11-7, 4-2 Sun Belt) shot 64 percent in the... 

Lady Chants hold off hard charge from Georgia State

The Coastal Carolina women’s basketball team took a second-quarter lead and held off several late surges from Georgia State to take a 73-67 victory Saturday afternoon inside GSU Sports Arena. Coastal (8-9, 3-4) was led by Jas Adams, who matched her career high in scoring with 23 points on 8-of-12 from the field, including five 3-pointers, and a pair of free throws. Kennedy Archer – who... 

Archer’s hot hand can’t help CCU stop Georgia Southern

Despite several second-half comeback attempts, the Coastal Carolina women’s basketball team was unable to overtake Georgia Southern as the Eagles claimed a wire-to-wire, 78-70 victory over the Chanticleers Thursday night at Hanner Fieldhouse. Coastal (7-9, 2-4) set a season high in both 3-pointers made and 3-point attempts with 12 and 29, respectively. The former high was five makes from... 

Coastal earns highest-ever preseason ranking at 11th

The defending national champion Coastal Carolina baseball team is ranked 11th in the D1Baseball.com preseason baseball poll, the program’s highest ever ranking to start a season. The Chanticleers’ previous high was ranking 12th in the 2010 Baseball America poll. TCU, a team Coastal beat twice to advance to the College World Series final, picks up its third nod as the preseason #1. Previously,... 

Former Coastal QB Ross signs deal with CFL’s Lions

Former Coastal Carolina quarterback Alex Ross has found a new football home north of the border in the CFL after signing with the BC Lions Football Club on Monday. The all-time passing leader for the Chanticleers hopes to keep his professional aspirations alive after failing to make the roster cut with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons in training camp. The BC Lions believe he could be a good fit... 

Chants top Mountaineers for Ellis’ 800th career win

Four players scored in double digits to lead Coastal Carolina to an 85-73 win over Appalachian State and in the process, Head Coach Cliff Ellis recorded his 800th career win. Jaylen Shaw continues his torrid pace as he led the Chants in scoring with 20 points, including six straight free throws in the final seconds of the game. Shaw only played 21 minutes due to foul trouble as he finished the... 

Coastal women overcome double-digit deficit for win

The Coastal Carolina women’s basketball team rallied back from a 12-point deficit, and received 14 second-half points from Alexis Robinson, as the Chanticleers claimed their second straight Sun Belt victory, 60-55, over Appalachian State Saturday afternoon at the HTC Center. It is the second time in as many games that Coastal (7-8, 2-3 SBC) has erased a double-figure point deficit in the second... 

Syracuse QB transfer joins five CCU mid-year signees

Coastal Carolina head football coach Joe Moglia announced the addition of six mid-year signees. All six are currently enrolled at Coastal, will participate in spring practices and eligible for the fall of 2017. Syracuse graduate transfer Austin Wilson (6-2, 220) will provide the Chants with some much-needed help at the quarterback position after the Chants finished the 2016 with their fourth-stringer... 

CCU seeks fourth straight win; Ellis goes for No. 800

The last three games have been very good to Coastal Carolina’s basketball team, as those three games have ended in a CCU victory.  The Chanticleers will look to carry that momentum into Saturday afternoon’s game when Appalachian State visits the HTC Center. CCU (8-9. 3-1 Sun Belt) enter the game in second place in the conference standings after their three consecutive victories.  The largest... 

Coastal’s Shaw honored as Sun Belt Player of the Week

In a season of firsts for Coastal Carolina, the men’s basketball team had another as junior guard Jaylen Shaw became the first men’s basketball player to be named the Sun Belt Player of the Week. The Hartsville native led the Chanticleers to a couple of Sun Belt victories over the past week.  Shaw scored 24 points to lead CCU to a solid 80-65 win over Arkansas State. The 24 points represented... 
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