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No. 5 Coastal faces FAMU; Henderson garners award

Coastal Carolina’s rank in the two major NCAA FCS polls remained unchanged as the Chanticleers are fifth in both the FCS Coaches poll and The Sports Network media poll. Coastal Carolina is coming off a 30-3 win over South Carolina State, which was 33rd in the Sports Network poll last week. The three points is the lowest production by a CCU opponent since the Chants defeated Catawba, 20-3, in week... 

Chants get rare visit from in-state rival Gamecocks

Coastal Carolina men’s soccer, ranked 17th by College Soccer News and 20th by TopDrawerSoccer.com, renews its in-state rivalry with South Carolina on Tuesday at the CCU Soccer Stadium with a 7 p.m. kickoff. The Chanticleers (2-2-0) and Gamecocks (3-1-0), despite being two traditional soccer powers located 130 miles apart, have only met on the pitch nine times since the series started during the 1978... 

Coastal crushes S.C. State in front of a record crowd

Before a record crowd of 10,124 at Brooks Stadium, De’Angelo Henderson rushed for a career-high 172 yards, including 122 in the first half, to lead No. 5/5 Coastal Carolina to a 30-3 victory over South Carolina State in the Chanticleers’ 2014 home opener Saturday night at Brooks Stadium. Henderson averaged 8.6 yards on 20 rushes, totaling 172 total to rank seventh on the CCU single-game list. Quarterback... 

Lady Chants top Tennessee to win CCU Invitational title

The Coastal Carolina women’s volleyball team was crowned tournament champion on Saturday as the Chanticleers wrapped up the Coastal Carolina Invitational with a 3-1 (25-18, 17-25, 25-20, 25-18) win over Tennessee in the weekend’s final match. It is the second consecutive tournament that the Chanticleers have won. Saturday’s win improves the Chants’ overall record to 7-2 and extends Coastal’s... 

MB’s Zwing helps Furman upset No. 8 Chanticleers

The Furman Paladins escaped the CCU Soccer Stadium with a rare visiting-team victory, handing No. 8/13 Coastal Carolina a 1-0 loss on a soggy Friday evening in Conway. Furman (4-1-0) found the eventual game-winning goal in the 76th minute off the foot of Lewis Hawke. Marco Ortiz headed down former Myrtle Beach High standout Hart Zwing’s cross to the foot of Hawke near the top of the box. Hawke took... 

Late goal lifts Elon to 1-0 victory over Lady Chants

Elon broke a scoreless tie in the 85th minute and went on to take a 1-0 victory over the Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team in the opening game of the Hilton Garden Inn Mayfaire Invitational at UNC Wilmington on Friday. The Chanticleers fell to 3-4 on the season, while Elon improved to 2-4-0. Elon sophomore Sarah Henson tallied the game’s only goal at the 84:25 mark. Samantha Burch sent a centering... 

CCU sells out home opener, seeks more tickets for fans

The home football opener for No. 5-ranked Coastal Carolina on Saturday is officially sold out. A CCU record number of tickets have been allocated, including all student and standing room only tickets, for the 6 pm contest versus South Carolina State at Brooks Stadium. Coastal Carolina (2-0) will play its 2014 home opener as part of Family Weekend. The Bulldogs, ranked as high as 33rd this week, are... 

Chants still ranked in top 5; Brown, Henderson honored

Coastal Carolina remained a consensus top five football program as the Chanticleers are ranked fifth in both the FCS Coaches poll and The Sports Network media poll. After a 31-30 road win at North Carolina A&T, Coastal Carolina fell one spot to fifth in the FCS Coaches poll, while holding steady at fifth by The Sports Network. Other Coastal Carolina opponents making an appearance in the national... 

Coastal’s Skryd named BSC volleyball player of the week

Senior setter Sam Skryd of the Coastal Carolina women’s volleyball team has been named the Big South Conference Choice Hotels Player of the Week for matches played Sept. 1-7, the league announced on Monday. Skryd’s Player of the Week honor follows a terrific performance at the Jacksonville Marriott Classic where the Chanticleers were crowned tournament champions with wins over Florida Atlantic,... 

No. 4 Chants survive upset scare on Brown’s TD return

After going down 30-24 with 7:16 left in the game, Coastal Carolina sophomore Devin Brown returned the ensuing kickoff 99 yards to lead the #4/5 Chanticleers to a 31-30 victory at North Carolina A&T Saturday night at Aggie Stadium. With the game tied at 24-24, North Carolina A&T took a 30-24 lead after quarterback Kwashaun Quick had a 24-yard touchdown. Quick, the normal holder for Aggie extra... 
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