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Despite winning 24 games, and an 11-2 non-conference record, which including wins over VCU and Memphis, College of Charleston will likely be passed over for the NIT. The Cougars have decided not to play in the CIT or CBI tournaments.
The Colonial Athletic Association Tournament begins Saturday night. This is the third and final year the tournament will be held at the North Charleston Coliseum. College of Charleston has played in the last two tournament championship games.
College of Charleston's Grant Riller scored a Division I school record 43 points in a 99-95 loss to Hofstra Thursday night.
The Cougars will face two of the top offensive players in the CAA when they take on Hofstra Thursday night with guard Justin Wright-Foreman and on Saturday against Northeastern and forward Vasa Pusica.
Eli Pemberton scored 26 points and Justin Wright-Foreman added 19 points to lead Hofstra past College of Charleston, 86-72, Saturday afternoon.
Marquise Pointer isn’t the kind of player that backs down from a challenge.
College of Charleston's Otto German (right) with former Cougars coach John Kresse. Al Samuels/College of Charleston
Otto German (right) with former College of Charleston coach John Kresse. Al Samuels/College of Charleston
College of Charleston's Grant Riller drives to the basket Saturday against Hofstra. Riller finished with 25 points. Al Samuels/College of Charleston.
CLEMSON — Brad Brownell and his Clemson basketball team will be making a stop in the Lowcountry this season, the Tigers set to participate in …