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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.

Alex Ellis Qualifies for U.S. Amateur Championship

Alex Ellis Qualifies for U.S. Amateur Championship

KERRVILLE, TEXAS – College of Charleston junior men’s golfer Alex Ellis punched his ticket to the 2012 U.S. Amateur Championship August 13-19 at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colo.   Ellis, who shot rounds of 70-68 for a 6-under 138 at the Riverhill Country Club, will join fellow CofC golfer Zach Munroe in the prestigious event.   “This is a great accomplishment for Alex and to have multiple CofC golfers in the U.S. Amateur Championship speaks to the level of our program,” CofC coach Mark McEntire said. “I’m looking forward to traveling out west and seeing what these guys can do.”   The College of Charleston men’s golf team begins its 2012-13 season by hosting The Invitational at the […]

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Walk-Off Homer Pushes Drive Past RiverDogs

Walk-Off Homer Pushes Drive Past RiverDogs

Greenville Hands Charleston Eighth Straight Loss GREENVILLE, SC – Keury De La Cruz cracked a walk-off home run to lead-off the bottom of the 11th inning for the Greenville Drive and secure a dramatic 4-3 win over the Charleston RiverDogs on Monday night in South Atlantic League action at Flour Field.   The RiverDogs now have a record of 56-49 (17-21 in the second half) after suffering their eighth straight loss, while the Drive won their second in a row to move to 52-55 (18-19 in the second half).   De La Cruz’s (2-5, HR, RBI, run) blast was his 16th of the year and made a loser out of reliever Joel De La Cruz (3-3), who had just entered […]

Juan Maegli in Second After First Two Races of Olympic Men’s Laser

Juan Maegli in Second After First Two Races of Olympic Men’s Laser

Senior sailor wins opener of 10-race series; places 10th in second race

USL PRO: Orlando Clinches Regular Season Title

USL PRO: Orlando Clinches Regular Season Title

Earns home-field advantage throughout playoffs with win against Battery   ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando City clinched the USL PRO regular season title, and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, as Matt Luzunaris scored in his fifth consecutive game to lead the Lions to a 4-0 victory against the Charleston Battery on Friday night at the Florida Citrus Bowl.   The opening 15 minutes saw both sides share possession, but the Lions took the lead in slightly fortunate fashion in the 16th minute when Kevin Molino’s shot deflected off Kyle Hoffer and looped over a stranded Andrew Dykstra in the Battery goal and into the back of the net. Five minutes later, Luzunaris struck from close range, his ninth goal of the season. […]

Jared Simon, Tyler Anderson Lead Asheville to Sweep

Jared Simon, Tyler Anderson Lead Asheville to Sweep

Asheville Takes Second Game in Extras After Shutout in Game One CHARLESTON, SC – A solo homer by Jared Simon in the top of the tenth inning gave the Asheville Tourists a 6-5 victory over the Charleston RiverDogs in the second game of a South Atlantic League doubleheader at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park with 2,972 in attendance. The Tourists won the first game 9-0 behind a complete game shutout by starting pitcher Tyler Anderson.   The RiverDogs are now 56-48 (17-20 in the second half) after dropping both games while Asheville improved to 67-40 (20-17 in the second half).   Philip Wetherell (4-5) and Anderson (9-2) both began the first game with two scoreless innings, but Wetherell yielded the […]

RiverDogs and Tourists Postponed Due to Rain

RiverDogs and Tourists Postponed Due to Rain

Two Seven Inning Games To Be Played On Sunday CHARLESTON, SC – The South Atlantic League game between the Charleston RiverDogs and the Asheville Tourists scheduled for Saturday night has been postponed due to rain. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Sunday, beginning at 2:05 pm. Both games are scheduled for seven innings in length. The starting pitchers for both games are TBD.   The “Kindness Beats Blindness” RP Auction originally scheduled for Saturday has been moved to Sunday.   Fans holding tickets for Saturday’s game can exchange them for tickets to any remaining 2012 regular season RiverDogs home game.   BALLPARK FUN: Fans who stuck it out through the rain witnessed a romantic […]

Koechli’s Run Ends in Semifinals of Women’s Trans National Championship

Koechli’s Run Ends in Semifinals of Women’s Trans National Championship

College of Charleston rising senior Vanessa Koechli's run through the match play portion of the Women's Trans National Amateur Championship ended with a 4 and 3 loss in the semifinals to Breanna Eliott of Melbourne.

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Orlando Beat Nine-Man Charleston Battery to Claim Regular Season Title

Orlando Beat Nine-Man Charleston Battery to Claim Regular Season Title

Orlando, FL – The Charleston Battery suffered its heaviest defeat of the season losing 4-0 to the Orlando City Lions Friday night at the Citrus Bowl. The Battery finished the game with nine players after team captain Colin Falvey and his central defensive partner Kyle Hoffer both received second half red cards.   The defeat leaves the Battery (11-8-0) in third position in the USL PRO standings and mathematically unable to catch Orlando who claim the regular season championship for the second straight year.  Charleston trails Rochester by five points, although with two games in hand the Battery can still catch and pass the Rhinos for the coveted second place finish.   Six teams will advance to the post-season in […]

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Charleston RiverDogs Stifled Again, Fall to Tourists 4-1

Charleston RiverDogs Stifled Again, Fall to Tourists 4-1

Mayo, Bullpen Hold Off Charleston for Victory CHARLESTON, SC – Vianney Mayo threw six shutout innings for the win as the Asheville Tourists slipped past the Charleston RiverDogs 4-1 in South Atlantic League action in front of 4,874 on Friday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.   Charleston’s fifth straight loss leaves them with a record 56-46 (17-18 in the second half) so far in 2012. Asheville’s record now stands at 65-40 (18-17 in second half).   Mayo (4-4) gave up only three hits and two walks in six frames with three strikeouts. After Cito Culver led off the bottom of the first with a double, the RiverDogs didn’t get another hit until the sixth. Their best chance to […]

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 […]