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Lady Chants sweep through Georgia Tech Invitational

The Coastal Carolina volleyball team won its final two matches of the Atlanta Midtown Invitational on Saturday, defeating Siena (25-21, 25-20, 25-20) and The Citadel (25-19, 21-25, 25-12, 25-12) to remain the only unbeaten team as tournament play concluded. In addition to winning the tournament, the 2015 Chanticleers become the first Coastal team to start the season with a 4-0 record since 1996.... 

Coastal men, women score big wins on soccer pitch

The 21st-ranked Coastal Carolina University men’s soccer team opened the 2015 campaign with a 2-0 win at No. 22/24 Old Dominion. Coastal counted goals by Sergio Camargo and Bryce Follensbee as the Chanticleers won their third consecutive season opener at top 25-ranked opponent. Camargo broke the scoreless tie in the 17th minute of play with his 16th career goal in his 46th career match. Camargo... 

No. 21 Chants open season with double-dip Virginia trip

After advancing to the NCAA Tournament each of the last five years, Coastal Carolina University men’s soccer is again ranked among the nations’ top 25 to start the season. The 2015 Chanticleers will test their mettle early and often this season, starting with a top 25 fixture on opening day. The Chants, under the direction of 18th-year head coach Shaun Docking, get the season under way on Friday... 

Lady Chants come back to beat Wofford in opener

The Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team wins season opener in a 2-1 decision at Wofford. This is the first Chanticleer season opener win since 2009. Wofford scored early in the first five minutes of the half to make it 1-0 but the Chants continued to pressure Wofford’s defense throughout the first half and answered with two second half goals to win the game. Senior Mikayla Williams puts one... 

Lady Chants open season with road doubleheader

After improving to an 11-win season last year, the Coastal Carolina women’s soccer program has made its mark in the Big South conference as a top contender for the 2015 season. Coastal looks to do so as the season gets underway this weekend with a pair of games on the road. It starts off with a matchup at Wofford Friday at 7 p.m., and then to Charlotte, N.C., for their second match of the... 

Coastal-Liberty switched to Thursday for primetime TV

The Big South Conference announced today the highly-anticipated Coastal Carolina at Liberty football season finale on Nov. 21 has been moved to Thursday night, Nov. 19, at 7 pm and will be televised live on ESPNEWS from Lynchburg, Va. It will be the first time a conference game will air on one of ESPN’s linear networks, as well as the first league contest to be played on a Thursday night. “We... 

Former Chant Gillis signs contract to play in Scotland

Former Coastal Carolina University men’s basketball standout Warren Gillis has signed his first professional contract with the Glasgow Rocks of the British Basketball League – the highest level of professional basketball in the United Kingdom. Gillis, who received his bachelor’s degree from Coastal Carolina in May, finished his Chanticleer career with 1,352 career points to rank 10th... 

Coastal holds first football scrimmage of fall season

The Coastal Carolina football team held its first contact scrimmage of the 2015 fall camp Saturday morning at Brooks Stadium. Overall, the team scrimmaged for an hour with the first offense facing the first defense and second offense facing the second defense for the majority of the scrimmage. Following segments of stretching and warmups, the scrimmage portion got underway with the punt and punt... 

Chants witness history in Cuba before coming home

Fifty-four years, one month and 10 days after the flag of the United States of America was lowered at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba, Old Glory returned to the top of that same flag pole and the Coastal Carolina University men’s basketball team was on hand to witness the historical moment. The Chanticleer travel party departed their hotel in Varadero, Cuba, at 6:45 a.m., traveled more than... 

Lady Chants drop exhibition match against visiting ETSU

Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team fell to the East Tennessee State Bucs 2-1 in its lone exhibition match of the 2015 season on Friday night. ETSU’s Molly Collinson and Cecilia Re lead their team to a victory scoring one goal each during the first half. Sophomore Marissa Stovring had Coastal’s only goal of the game scoring just before the end of the first half. Stovring’s... 
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