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Backus, Ross add awards to record-setting weekend

For the second time this season, Coastal Carolina linebacker and Buck Buchanan Award candidate Quinn Backus was named both Big South Defensive Player of the Week and a National All-Star by College Sporting News, while Chanticleer quarterback and Walter Payton Award candidate Alex Ross was named the Choice Hotels Big South Offensive Player of the Week. Backus, the lone defensive player of the five All-Stars... 

Ross’ record night propels No. 3 Chants past Phoenix

Alex Ross threw two touchdowns and ran for one,  set the school record with 34 completions and tied the single game mark with 47 attempts while compiling a school-record 426 yards of total offense to lead #3 Coastal Carolina to a 31-3 victory over Elon Saturday night at Brooks Stadium. Ross threw for 338 yards and added 88 rushing yards. In his 18th career start, he had his eighth career 300-yard... 

Chants score two goals in 12 seconds to down Elon

Bryce Follensbee and Sergio Camargo scored for 24th-ranked Coastal Carolina 12 seconds apart in the first half to provide the Chanticleers all the cushion they would need to defeat Elon by a 3-1 score Friday evening at the CCU Soccer Stadium. The 12 seconds between Coastal Carolina (5-3-0, 1-0-0 Big South) scoring strikes ties for the fourth fastest in NCAA Division I history. The 21st minute of play... 

Coastal women’s golf duo sweeps Big South honors

Coastal Carolina junior Lena Schaeffner has been selected the Choice Hotels Big South Women’s Golfer of the Week, while teammate Malene Krolboll Hansen is The Crons Brand Women’s Golf Freshman of the Week. Schaeffner tied for fourth at the Lady Paladin Invitational (par 72, 6,266 yards) with an even-par 216, posting rounds of 71-74-71.  The top-five showing was the fifth of her collegiate career... 

Lady Chants win Big South opener with overtime goal

Senior Shelby Evans scored with less than four minutes left in the first overtime period to give the Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team a dramatic 2-1 victory over Longwood Wednesday night in the Big South Conference opener at CCU Soccer Stadium. Playing their first Big South opener at home in four years, the Chanticleers (4-5-1) won their conference lid-lifter for the first time since the 2008... 

No. 24 Chants score early for win in Big South debut

Ricky Garbanzo’s goal in the third minute and assist on Agust Arnarson’s goal in the 15th proved to be enough as No. 24 Coastal Carolina defeated Gardner-Webb 2-1 in the teams’ Big South Conference opener on Tuesday evening at the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ Greene-Harbison Stadium. The win, which moved the Chants to 4-3-0 on the season, was Coastal’s 29th in its last 30 league matches and seventh... 

CCU football reaches new heights with No. 3 ranking

After a 48-3 win at Florida A&M to start the season 4-0, the Coastal Carolina football program moved up two spots to third in both The Sports Network and FCS Coaches polls – the highest th Chanticleers have ever been ranked. Coastal Carolina has started 4-0 for the second straight season – also the only two times it has happened in program history. The Chanticleers began last season 9-0... 

No. 5 Chants put together complete game at FAMU

No. 5-ranked Coastal Carolina finally got the complete game it has been looking for with Saturday night’s 48-3 dismantling of Florida A&M. After FAMU kicked an early field goal to take a 3-0 lead, the Chanticleers (4-0) scored 48 unanswered points to blow out the MEAC power on its home field in Tallahassee, FL. Coastal running back De’Angelo Henderson rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns... 

No. 17 Coastal upset in its own backyard by Blazers

The No. 17/18 Coastal Carolina men’s soccer team was upended by UAB 2-1 Saturday night at the CCU Soccer Stadium.  Freddy Ruiz tallied the game-winner in the 34th minute to give the Blazers (4-2-1) the victory. Sophomore Sergio Camargo notched the lone score for Coastal, which fell to 3-3-0 on the year.   Camargo opened the match’s scoring in the eighth minute with his first marker of the season... 

Lady Chants erase two-goal deficit for draw with GSU

The Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team battled back from a two-goal halftime deficit to force a 2-2 tie with host Georgia Southern Friday night in its final non-conference game. Kacey Kelley and Daniella Famili netted goals in the 54th and 63rd minutes to help the Chanticleers (3-5-1) break a four-game losing streak. Georgia Southern moved to 5-1-1 on the season. After surrendering a goal late... 
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