Oklahoma State basketball coach Mike Boynton spent a large chunk of his adult life in South Carolina, playing and coaching for the Gamecocks, Wofford, Coastal Carolina and Furman.
With a rare Saturday off during football season, Citadel coach Brent Thompson found himself on the couch last weekend with a clicker in his hand and ESPN+ dialed up on the flat screen.
Grant Riller scored 23 points and Brevin Galloway added 19 points to lead College of Charleston past Georgia State, 84-80, Saturday at TD Arena.
Citadel basketball fans got their first look at the Bulldogs' newcomers on Saturday in the team's season opener against UNC Asheville.
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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Charleston Southern jumped out to a 9-0 advantage but sputtered the rest of the way in a 63-49 loss to North Carolina A&T on Friday night at the Corbett Sports Center.
The Bulldogs begin Citadel basketball coach Duggar Baucom's fifth season at noon Saturday against UNC Asheville at McAlister Field House.
Charleston Southern is looking for its fourth win of the season on Saturday when it plays Hampton, which features former Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois.
Lake City put Ra'Shaud Graham through The Citadel. Now, the Bulldogs' football team chaplain and head of the school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes is looking to give back.
Grant Riller scored 26 points and Sam Miller had eight points and pulled down a career high 14 rebounds as College of Charleston defeated USC Upstate,74-55, Tuesday night in the season opener.
Charleston Southern used a near perfect first half to build an early lead and held off a fourth quarter charge by Gardner-Webb for a 30-27 Big South Conference road win on Saturday.
With its Southern Conference title hopes on the line, The Citadel came up with two of its biggest plays of the season Saturday to keep that dream alive.
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While Charleston Southern’s football team has faced a myriad of issues in terms of execution this season, it wasn't until last Saturday’s loss to Monmouth that first-year head coach Autry Denson saw something that truly bothered him.
Army Staff Sgt. Demond Drayton, in full uniform, marched across the grass to approach his son from behind. At the last moment, Tereis turned to see his father, a broad smile crossing his face as he realized what was happening — a surprise father-and-son reunion in front of a packed Citadel homecoming crowd.
Former Baptist Hill QB Corey Fields has totaled more than 700 passing yards and six touchdowns for SC State, filling in nicely for the starting QB.
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College of Charleston guard Brevin Galloway will have an expanded role in the Cougars' offense this season as the team looks to return to the NCAA Tournament.
New College of Charleston women's basketball coach Robin Harmony is hoping to bring a winning culture to the program that has not won consistently in years.
Charlie Taaffe, who won more football games at The Citadel than any other coach, has died. "He made us better people," one of his players said.
Charleston Southern men's basketball coach Barclay Radebaugh believes his team is capable of contending for the Big South Conference title despite the loss of guard Christian Keeling. Keeling, who scored more than 1,500 career points in three seasons at CSU, graduated last spring and is playing his final season of eligibility at North Carolina.
Charleston Southern women's basketball coach Fred Applin needs his backup players from a year ago to step up in a big way this season.
Trenton Simpson, a 6-2, 220-pounder from Charlotte, recently decommitted from Auburn. It was thought he would visit North Carolina on Saturday for the Duke game but instead was at Clemson. It was Simpson’s first visit to Clemson since the spring game in April.
A father-and-son reunion. A come-from-behind victory. And a place in the thick of the hunt for a Southern Conference championship.
A federal judge on Friday dismissed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the College of Charleston, athletic director Matt Roberts and former school president Glenn McConnell.
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Charleston Southern placekicker Alex Usry and punter Kyle Reighard are having exceptional years and rank among the best in the Big South, but coach Autry Denson would rather his Bucs not need to punt or kick field goals as often as they are this season.
Two losses, then two wins. Two more losses, and then two more wins. The highs have been soaring and the lows extreme for The Citadel football team this season.
Citadel linebacker Marquise Blount has won back-to-back SoCon player of the week awards, but has only "scratched the surface" of his potential.
Former James Island Charter High School and Charleston Southern soccer player Kelsey Riggs has become one of the faces of the new ACC Network.
After a 27-10 beatdown of rival Furman, The Citadel is back in the hunt for the SoCon championship. But don't tell anyone.
The Citadel (4-4, 2-2) knocked Furman (4-3, 3-1) from its unbeaten perch in the Southern Conference with a dominant performance on both sides of the ball, spoiling the Paladins' homecoming before a crowd of 6,603.
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The Citadel and Furman have been playing each other in football since 1913, but something new will happen in Saturday's 99th edition of one of the game's oldest rivalries.
Charleston Southern plays its fifth road game of the season Saturday when the Bucs take on North Alabama, which is a member of the Big South Conference but won't be eligible to compete for the league title until 2022.
Joshua Heyward and Micah Levine, two former West Ashley football players, are making big plays as freshmen for Benedict College in Columbia.
After the Bulldogs' 35-17 victory over Western Carolina, Citadel quarterback Brandon Rainey dragged a teammate into the interview room. Meet Drew McEntyre, the "Macdaddy" of the offensive line.
The Citadel plays this week at Furman, the third of four "rivals" the Bulldogs face this season. Can one team have too many football rivalries?
Jeff Bleamer, a member of former Citadel coach Charlie Taaffe's staff during the Bulldogs' "glory years" in the early 1990s, has been driving his van kids to church on Sunday mornings for years.
The Citadel eased the pain of losing the Silver Shako to VMI with a 35-17 victory over Western Carolina in a "must win" game.
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One week after notching its first win of the season, Charleston Southern opens Big South Conference play at two-time defending champion Kennesaw State.
A reunion of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Recon Platoon sparked memories of Citadel graduate Skip Murphy and the story behind Citadel football's Vietnam memorial.
Former College of Charleston star Brett Gardner wasn't supposed to have this big of a role for the Yankees this season. Now, he's a main cog in the team's quest for a World Series title.
The College of Charleston men's basketball team was picked to finish second in the Colonial Athletic Association's preseason poll. Cougars guard Grant Riller was named preseason player of the year.