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Coast FA teams strike it rich at St. Patrick’s Cup

The luck of the Irish shined on four Coast FA teams over the weekend at the St. Patrick’s Cup in Columbia. Two teams returned home with championship trophies and two claimed finalist awards. Coast teams battled a very competitive array of teams that included over 200 entrants. The Coast 07 Girls Red reeled off four consecutive victories to claim top honors in the U12 division while conceding... 

Chants get new life, play host to Howard in CBI

Coastal Carolina has been selected to host an opening round game of the 2019 Roman College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Tournament. The Chanticleers are one of 16 teams participating in the invitational and will host Howard on Wednesday at 7 p.m. CCU will enter the tournament coming off a 15-16 season which saw them finish sixth in the Sun Belt Conference with a 9-9 record. It was the Chants highest... 

Coastal caps road swing with sweep of Warhawks

No. 16 Coastal Carolina scored a season-high 15 runs to down the ULM Warhawks 15-7 and complete the Sun Belt Conference series sweep on Sunday afternoon at Warhawk Field in Monroe, La. For the third-straight game, the Chanticleers used a big inning, this time a sixth-run seventh, to pull away with the win. Coastal is now 11-1-1 on the season when scoring four runs or more in at least one inning... 

With two aces on mound, Panthers get winning hand

In the span of one game, Carolina Forest went from a team that was consistently failing in late-game situations to a team that avoided late drama. And according to Panthers’ ace Mike Foltz, this was only the beginning. “It’s open to everybody, but we’re taking it — simple as that,” Foltz said of the Region VI-5A race. “If we can put it together in one game like we did tonight for... 

Coastal hits for home run cycle in Sun Belt opener

The No. 16 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers had four different players combine to hit for the home run cycle – a solo home run, two-run, three-run and a grand slam – while right-handed pitcher Zach McCambley threw six strong innings in a 13-3 blowout win over the ULM Warhawks in the Sun Belt Conference opener for both teams on Friday night at Warhawk Field in Monroe, La. Junior second baseman... 

MB’s Cahill honored as Athletics Director of Year

John Cahill’s role as a father keeps him busy chasing after five sons. His job as athletics director at Myrtle Beach High gives him hundreds of more student-athletes that he looks after like his own children. Despite the long hours at school and the games, Cahill manages to keep the Seahawks flying high to the point that he was named the South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association’s... 

Warhawks destroy Chants in Sun Belt quarterfinals

Coastal Carolina met a hot-shooting Louisiana Monroe team in an 80-50 loss to the Warhawks in the second round of the Sun Belt Conference Championship. While the Warhawks were shooting 50 percent from the field, the Chants were not. CCU only shot 30 percent from the field and only 20 percent on its three-point attempts. Tommy Burton led CCU with 15 points, equaling his career-high. CCU’s... 

Coastal falls to Clemson, opens Sun Belt schedule

No. 16 Coastal Carolina couldn’t overcome a six-run first inning by the No. 18 Clemson Tigers in an 8-5 loss between two top 25 nationally ranked teams on Wednesday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson. The Chants are now 1-2-1 versus nationally-ranked top 25 teams this season with a 7-6 extra-inning loss to then-No. 21 NC State, an 11-3 win over then-No. 25 Illinois, a 4-4, 11-inning draw... 

‘Too Tall’ Jones, Love III among big names at MAM

Dallas Cowboys legend Ed “Too Tall” Jones and PGA Tour veteran Davis Love III are among the celebrities and professional golfers appearing at the 25th Annual Hootie & The Blowfish Monday After The Masters Charity Golf Tournament. Set for April 15 at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach, the MAM will feature more than 50 big names from the world of sports, music, movies, TV and... 

Lady Chants’ season ends with blowout by App State

The Coastal Carolina women’s basketball team suffered a 78-42 loss to No. 5 Appalachian State in Wednesday’s second round game of the Sun Belt Women’s Basketball Championship at Lakefront Arena. Coastal closes its season with a 17-14 overall record for the second straight year. Appalachian State got out to a quick start, making its first seven shots from the floor and taking a double-digit... 
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