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Record crowd sees Chants fall short to Georgia State

Coastal Carolina football held the Georgia State Panthers scoreless in the fourth quarter but couldn’t overcome a double-digit deficit in a 31-21 Sun Belt home loss to GSU on Saturday evening at Brooks Stadium on Family and Hall of Fame Weekend. The crowd of 17,249 on Saturday evening is the largest crowd to see a football game in Brooks Stadium, surpassing the previous mark of 15,991 versus... 

Mountaineers manhandle Chants in Sun Belt opener

The Coastal Carolina football team suffered a 56-37 loss at the three-time defending Sun Belt Champions Appalachian State on Saturday in the Chanticleers’ first Sun Belt Conference game of the season. The loss came despite Coastal scoring 21 points in the first half, its second-highest first-half total ever against a Sun Belt opponent. Coastal falls to 3-2 on the season and 0-1 in Sun Belt... 

Coastal soccer’s Docking reaches 300-win milestone

In 1997, the Coastal Carolina men’s soccer team was 4-2 and things were looking good. Then they lost their next two games, being outscored 2-9. That was it for Paul Blanta, who had been the head coach of the Chanticleers since 1984. Dermot McGrane came in as the interim coach, but the Chants went 2-6-1 to close out the season. That’s when the Chanticleers brought in a coach from Charleston... 

Chants’ hot offense makes quick work of Minutemen

Coastal Carolina football scored 42 points in the first half en route to a 62-28 blowout win over the Massachusetts Minutemen on Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Alumni Stadium in Amherst, Mass. The 62 points scored by the Chants in the win are the most since posting 70 points in a win over Charleston Southern in 2010 (Nov. 20, 2010) and are the sixth-most points scored in a game in program history. The... 

Gilmore makes home run for hall of fame induction

Coastal Carolina baseball head coach Gary Gilmore will be inducted into Franklin County High School (Va.) Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 18. A 1976 graduate of Franklin County High School, Gilmore lettered in baseball, football and basketball where he was a second-team All-Metro quarterback and honorable mention All-Timesland selection in 1973 and was the 1976 Timesland Player of the Year... 

Chants do it with defense for second straight week

Not even a 44-minute lightning delay midway through the third quarter could slow down Coastal Carolina football’s dominance on Saturday afternoon, as the Chanticleers stifled the Norfolk State Spartans for a 46-7 home win at Brooks Stadium. The win is the second-straight for the Chants and pushes Coastal out to 2-1 on the season for the second-straight season and the third time in the last... 

Chants capture historic victory over Jayhawks

Coastal Carolina football recorded its first-ever win over a Power 5 school in dramatic fashion on Saturday night, as the Chanticleers defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 12-7 at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas. The win is the first-ever for the Chants over a Big 12 foe (1-0) and the first out of eight tries all-time versus Power 5 opponents (1-7). The Chants’ 12 points are the fewest in a win... 

Eastern Michigan spoils Coastal’s season opener

The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers opened their season the same way they ended their last four games of 2018 – with a loss. Coastal battled the Eastern Michigan Eagles until the very end, but ultimately fell 30-23 on Saturday at Brooks Stadium. “Disappointed with the loss but I am pleased with the effort we put out there tonight,” head coach Jamey Chadwell said. “There are a lot of things... 

Gray becomes first Chant to win SCGA Amateur title

Coastal Carolina rising sophomore Tyler Gray carded four-straight rounds of under par to capture the individual title at the 88th annual South Carolina Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Championship this weekend, Aug. 1-4, held at the Thornblade Club in Greer. Gray posted rounds of 67, 66, 67 and 68 to finish the event with a 72-hole score of 268, -16 under par. He finished four strokes ahead of... 

Injury halts former Chant La Stella’s All-Star debut

Former Coastal Carolina standout and Los Angeles Angels second baseman Tommy La Stella suffered a bad break in more ways than one Tuesday. Set to start for the American League in his first All-Star Game appearance, La Stella fouled a ball off his leg during a game against the Texas Rangers. On Wednesday, La Stella learned he will miss next week’s All-Star Game and perhaps a few months beyond... 
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