College of Charleston rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat BIG EAST opponent Georgetown (27-29, 25-27, 25-23, 25-22, 15-13) in five sets on the opening night of the Holiday Inn Charleston/Mt. Pleasant Tournament at TD Arena.
Dolphins score with two seconds remaining in first half and hold on to down Cougars
Cougars travel to New Jersey to challenge Rutgers and No. 19 Monmouth
The College of Charleston women's tennis team will open the fall season by hosting the 11th Annual CofC Invitational on Sept. 14-16 at the College of Charleston Tennis Center at Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
The College of Charleston men's tennis team will open up fall tournament play this weekend at the 49er Pick'em hosted by UNC Charlotte on Sept. 14-16 in Charlotte, N.C.
Three road regattas are up next for the College of Charleston coed sailing team, who remained at No. 3 in Sailing World's College Rankings, presented by Sperry Top-Sider this week.
The College of Charleston volleyball team will conclude the non-conference tournament season with a home weekend as Georgetown (6-3), Presbyterian (2-10) and Michigan State (9-0) travel south to participate in the Holiday Inn Charleston/Mt. Pleasant To…
New Scientific Instrument Puts College on the Cutting Edge, Provides Opportunities for Students Charleston, SC – College of Charleston Chemistry Professor Wendy Cory is starting the semester with two grants from the National Science Foundation totaling more than $500,000. The grants will fund research into the effect of pharmaceuticals on the aquatic environment. They will also provide rare opportunities for undergraduate students and the community. Cory’s research team including Geology Professor Vijay Vulava was awarded $334,640 (over three years) to fund undergraduate researchers and outreach to the community. She also led a team that included Professors Marcello Forconi, Jenn Fox, Brooke Van Horn and Vijay Vulava in securing a $277,191 Major Research Instrument (MRI) grant to purchase an ultra high-pressure […]
Softball continues community-service initiative with clinic for North Charleston Parks and Recreation
Sophomore Zach Munroe and junior Alex Ellis individually placed in the top 10 as the College of Charleston men's golf team finished fourth overall on the final day of play at The Invitational at The Ocean Course.