Charleston SC

Charleston, SC: Second largest city in South Carolina. Home to the College of Charleston Cougars, Charleston Battery (professional soccer), Charleston RiverDogs (MILB baseball), and more.

Rome Conquers RiverDogs, Finishes Off Sweep

Rome Conquers RiverDogs, Finishes Off Sweep

Braves Cap Off Fourth Straight With 7-4 Win CHARLESTON, SC – David Starn allowed just one run on one hit in five innings of work to get the win for the Rome Braves as they topped the Charleston RiverDogs 7-4 in South Atlantic League action on Thursday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in front of 4,263.   The RiverDogs fourth straight loss drops their record to 56-45 (17-17 in the second half). With the win, Rome earned a sweep of the four game series and improved to 38-66 (20-14 in the second half).   Rome wasted no time jumping on starting pitcher Bryan Mitchell (6-8). A first inning rally started with an RBI double by William Beckwith. After […]

Koechli Advances to Quarterfinal Round at Women’s Trans National

Koechli Advances to Quarterfinal Round at Women’s Trans National

Koechli will take on Hanule Sky Seo of Penn State in the quarterfinals of the tournament.

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5th Annual Bachelor Bid Bash to benefit SC Jaycee Camp Hope

5th Annual Bachelor Bid Bash to benefit SC Jaycee Camp Hope

BUY A BACHELOR; SAVE A CAMPER The Charleston Jaycees host the 5th Annual Bachelor Bid Bash to benefit SC Jaycee Camp Hope. CHARLESTON, SC – The Charleston Junior Chamber of Commerce  are, once again, bringing you the best date night in town!  On, Saturday, August 18th, 2012, the Charleston Jaycees will present their 5th Annual Bachelor Bid Bash, a charity bachelor/bachelorette auction to benefit SC Jaycee Camp Hope. This unique event will be held at the Hippodrome located at 360 Concord Street in Downtown Charleston.  Doors open at 7pm with the live auction, including date package. Bachelors and Bachelorettes will be auctioned off by famed auctioneer Craig Simmons. There will also be a silent auction, which includes excursion packages and […]

CofC Track & Field Named USTFCCCA All-Academic Team

CofC Track & Field Named USTFCCCA All-Academic Team

The College of Charleston women's track & field team was honored today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) as they earned All-Academic status.

Charleston Classic Bracket Released, Cougars To Face St. John’s In Opening Round

Charleston Classic Bracket Released, Cougars To Face St. John’s In Opening Round

The College of Charleston men's basketball team will face St. John's in opening-round tournament play as the bracket for the 2012 Charleston Classic presented by Foster Grant was released on Thursday.

Beckwith Powers Rome Braves Past Charleston RiverDogs

Beckwith Powers Rome Braves Past Charleston RiverDogs

Homer, Four RBIs Lead Rome to Third Straight Over Charleston CHARLESTON, SC – William Beckwith knocked in all four runs, three of them on a long home-run to left, for the Rome Braves as they defeated the Charleston RiverDogs 4-1 in South Atlantic League action at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park with 2,408 on hand on Wednesday night.   Charleston now has a record of 56-44 (17-16 in the second half) with the loss. Rome’s win upped their record to 37-66 (19-14 in the second half) on the year.   The RiverDogs manufactured a run in the first inning when Ali Castillo (2-3, SB, run) singled, stole second and a couple of groundouts brought him around to score. The Braves […]

Juan Maegli To Represent CofC, Guatemala For 2nd Time at Olympic Games

Juan Maegli To Represent CofC, Guatemala For 2nd Time at Olympic Games

College of Charleston senior sailor Juan Maegli will soon compete on the world's grandest sporting stage as he gets set for his second Summer Olympic Games appearance this weekend in London, England.

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John Duke Hudson Named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar

John Duke Hudson Named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar

NORMAN, Okla. – College of Charleston rising senior John Duke Hudson (Sonora, Texas) was honored today by the Golf Coaches Association of America as they announced the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars.   Hudson, a Pre-Business Administration major at CofC, was one of 146 players in NCAA Division I to earn this honor.   “This is a great accomplishment for John Duke,” CofC head coach Mark McEntire said. “It shows how well he is able to balance school and golf. I hope he can continue to excel in both areas and have an outstanding senior year.”   Hudson had a stroke average of 74.91 with a low round of 70 and a season-best finish of third-place at the Kauai Collegiate Invitational […]

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Emily Smith Earns All-Academic Status from USTFCCCA

Emily Smith Earns All-Academic Status from USTFCCCA

College of Charleston 2012 graduate Emily Smith (Rock Hill, S.C.) was named to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic Track & Field team

Charleston Battery tackles Orlando City Lions

Charleston Battery tackles Orlando City Lions

Charleston, SC – The Charleston Battery takes on the Orlando City Lions Friday night at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL (7:30 PM – 1340 AM).  The Battery (11-7-0) has a chance to climb back in to second position in the USL PRO standings after falling into third place following last Thursday nights 2-1 loss to Orlando.   Friday’s game will be broadcast live on the official Charleston Battery radio show presented by Daniel Island Wine & Spirits on 1340 AM with the pre-game build up starting at 7:15 PM.   Orlando’s win over the Battery last week increased their lead at the top of the USL PRO standings to 11 points over the Rochester Rhinos and 13 points over […]

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