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No. 13 Chants swept away by Yellow Jackets, weather

After playing six innings to complete game two of the series earlier Sunday, #13 Coastal Carolina and #25 Georgia Tech only played seven innings in the afternoon due to lightning. The Yellow Jackets scored twice in the first and twice in the second and held on for a 4-2, seven-inning win to complete the series sweep. The Yellow Jackets, who completed Saturday’s postponed game with a 9-8 comeback... 

Coastal’s Ross, Blanks get invites to NFL minicamps

Alex Ross, the most productive player in both Coastal Carolina and Big South Conference history, has latched on with the Atlanta Falcons and will be participating in the team’s minicamp. Ross, who graduated cum laude from Coastal Carolina in 2014 with a degree in management, was one of 25 players named to the 2015 American Football Coaches Association All-American team, was named 2015 second... 

Coastal’s Lewis III charged with criminal sexual assault

Coastal Carolina University sophomore football player Ray Lewis III, the son of former Baltimore Ravens great Ray Lewis Jr.,  has been charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct for an incident that occurred at an apartment near campus is January. According to Conway Police Department reports, two females claim they were sexually assaulted by Lewis III in January. After an investigation... 

Georgia Tech’s grand slam wrecks Coastal in opener

Brandt Stallings blew open a tight game with a grand slam in the fifth to lead #25 Georgia Tech to a 9-1 victory over #13 Coastal Carolina Friday night at Russ Chandler Stadium. The Yellow Jackets improve to 28-14 while the Chanticleers fall to 31-12. The teams will play game two of the three-game series on Saturday with first pitch set for 4 pm on ESPN3. Georgia Tech broke the stalemate with three... 

Big South Hall of Fame taps Coastal’s Campbell, Connie

Two former Coastal Carolina track & field stalwarts have been elected for enshrinement in the Big South Conference Hall of Fame, it was announced Wednesday by the league. Former Coastal Carolina women’s track & field All-American Amber Campbell and retired Chanticleer women’s track & field/cross country coach Alan Connie will comprise half of the 2016 Big South Conference Hall of... 

Chants round out recruiting class with two more signees

Coastal Carolina University men’s basketball head coach Cliff Ellis announced Wednesday that Leroy Butts and Jaylan Robertson have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their education and basketball careers as Chanticleers. Butts and Robertson join recent signees Demario Beck and Artur Labinowicz along with early signees Amidou Bamba and Joseph Williams-Powell to complete the 2016 signing... 

Chants shut out High Point, take on Georgia Tech next

Andrew Beckwith threw seven scoreless innings – walking none and tying a career-high with seven strikeouts – while Connor Owings accounted for three runs to lead #13 Coastal Carolina to a 4-0 victory against High Point – CCU’s first shutout of 2016 – Monday afternoon at Springs Brooks Stadium. The Chanticleers, winners in 24 of their last 28, improve to 31-11 overall and 13-2 in the Big... 

Chants steamroll Panthers, set up Monday series finale

Michael Paez and Connor Owings each hit their 10th home runs of the season to lead #16 Coastal Carolina to a 17-5 victory over High Point Sunday afternoon at Springs Brooks Stadium. The teams will play the rubber match of the series on Monday with first pitch set for 4 p.m. Coastal, which has won 23 of its last 27, improves to 30-11 overall and 12-2 in the Big South while the Panthers fall to 26-14,... 

High Point snaps Coastal’s hot streak, cuts BSC lead

The 16th-ranked Coastal Carolina baseball program had its winning streak snap at nine games as Scot Hoffman led High Point to a 5-2 victory Saturday afternoon at Springs Brooks Stadium in game one of a three-game series. The game was a pitchers’ duel through six complete as the teams combined for 15 strikeouts and just five hits. The Chanticleers had won 14 straight weekend games and fall to... 

Chants take down Cougars; High Point series changed

Coastal Carolina scored four runs in the first inning and four in the fourth to secure a 9-5 win over region rival College of Charleston on Wednesday evening at Springs Brooks Stadium. The 16th-ranked Chanticleers (28-10) and the Cougars (21-15-1) split the season series, each winning two games on their home turf. Coastal Carolina has won nine straight, 16 of its last 17 and 22 of its last 25. Connor... 
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