This past weekend at McKnight Stadium at the Breck School, freshman Dallas Wise became the first Chanticleer in school history to earn a spot at the Paralympic Games, held in Tokyo, Japan in late August.
Beverlin returns to the dugout after working the last three years as a regional scout in the Toronto Blue Jays in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was in charge of scouting the areas of North Carolina and South Carolina, respectfully.
Kelly, who is working on his MBA after earning bachelor’s degrees in both exercise and sport science and business management, was named one of three national 2020 Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year Award winners last season.
On Wednesday night, Coastal Carolina long jumper David Ejumeta ended his season at the 2021 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field with a 21st-place finish with All-American Honorable Mention honors.
Freshman Melissa Jefferson’s record-setting season came to a close on Thursday night as she came away with USTFCCCA Second Team All-American honors after completing the 100 meters and 200 meters semifinals at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field.
A total of five Coastal Carolina football student-athletes in Steven Bedosky, Tarron Jackson, Silas Kelly, Alex Spillum, and Charles Ouverson were named to the 2020-21 CoSIDA Academic All-District first team in football, CoSIDA announced on Thursday.
Coastal Carolina University Athletics is excited to announce Brooks Stadium is expected to be at full capacity for all seven of the Chanticleers’ home contests on the “Surf Turf” for the upcoming 2021 season.
Coastal Carolina head football coach Jamey Chadwell has announced the addition of Rod Wilson to the Chanticleers’ coaching staff for the 2021 season. Wilson rejoins Chadwell and defensive coordinator Chad Staggs who he coached under at Charleston Southern from 2013-16.
On the final day at the 2021 NCAA Track and Field East Preliminaries at Hodges Stadium, sophomore Melissa Jefferson punched her ticket to the 2021 Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., with berths in the 100 and 200 meters.
On Thursday at the 2021 NCAA Track and Field East Preliminaries at Hodges Stadium, sophomore Melissa Jefferson and freshman Jermaisha Arnold advanced to Saturday’s quarterfinals in their respective events.
Coastal Carolina’s 2021 season came to an end on Wednesday afternoon, as the Chanticleers fell to the South Alabama Jaguars 14-7 at the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Championship Tournament at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery, Ala.
Coastal Carolina baseball had three student-athletes garner All-Sun Belt postseason honors the league announced on Monday, as Parker Chavers, Eric Brown, and BT Riopelle were all named to the All-Sun Belt second team.
Coastal Carolina scored at least one run each inning from the second inning on to run away from the Little Rock Trojans with a 15-1, seven-inning win, in the first game of the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Championship Tournament.
Coastal Carolina tied the game up with two runs in the bottom of the ninth and strung together four consecutive singles in the bottom of the 10th inning to come away with the 8-7 extra-inning come-from-behind win over Texas State.
The Chanticleers picked up two of the specialty awards as Nicole Abelar was named the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year while head coach Katie Quinney was tabbed the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year.
The Chants’ double-digit outburst on Tuesday night was the first at home since scoring a 12-10 win over UConn on March 8. The 14 runs scored by the Chants were the second-most this season behind only a 15-run win over Davidson on March 5.
The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers outhit South Alabama 8-7 but were undone by three throwing errors that allowed two unearned runs, as the Jaguars defeated the Chanticleers 3-1 in Sun Belt Conference play on Saturday night in Mobile, Ala.
On Friday, senior David Ejumeta earned the Chanticleer’s track and field team their first Sun Belt Championship since the 2019 season on Friday during day two of the 2021 Sun Belt Track and Field Championships at the Jaguar Track.
The Coastal Carolina women’s golf team shot a 14-over 302 during Wednesday’s final round of the 2021 Women’s Golf Columbus Regional to finish 14th with a 49-over 913 (298-313-302) at the Ohio State Golf Club Scarlet Course.
The Coastal Carolina softball team ended their season on Tuesday afternoon as they were outlasted, 8-6, by the ULM Warhawks in the first round of the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Softball Championship tournament at the Troy Softball Complex in Troy. Ala.
Coastal Carolina scored a combined seven runs over the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings but again couldn’t overcome an early deficit in a 9-7 loss to the Troy Trojans on Saturday afternoon in Springs Brooks Stadium.
The Coastal Carolina softball team ended the regular season on Friday afternoon as they rolled past the Appalachian State Mountaineers with a sweep at Swyassink/Lloyd Family Stadium behind strong pitching and timely hitting.
Coastal Carolina University’s Zack Taylor was one of 45 individuals to be chosen to compete in this year’s 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championships, as the fifth-year senior will tee-off at the Noblesville Regional hosted by Ball State at The Sagamore Club on May 17-19.
The Coastal Carolina bullpen threw 6.0-scoreless innings while the Chanticleers’ offense scored at least one run in seven of the nine innings to lead the visitors to an 8-4 Sun Belt Conference road win at Georgia State on Saturday evening in Atlanta, Ga.
Coastal Carolina junior pitcher Alaska Abney struck out a career-high nine batters but it wasn’t enough as the Georgia State Panthers scored an unearned run in the seventh to slip by with a 2-1 home conference win over the Chanticleers on Friday night at the GSU Baseball Complex.