For the second year in a row, Charleston Southern had a pair of athletes named to the National Strength and Conditioning Association All-America team. Wide receiver Kwame Krakue earned the honor for the football team, becoming the second CSU football player, and first offensive player to earn the distinction after Mike McCann (DB) received the honor last season.
Senior Tina DeCarvalho also earned the honor and becomes the first women's basketball player from CSU to earn the distinction.
The award is given to recognize student-athletes' dedication to strength training and conditioning. This year the NSCA awarded 232 collegiate athletes from 106 schools with the esteemed award.