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.

Daniel Aldrich Fails To Defend TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby Title

Daniel Aldrich Fails To Defend TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby Title

OMAHA, Neb. – College of Charleston rising junior Daniel Aldrich could not defend his title in the 2012 TD Ameritrade Home Run Derby, failing to hit a home run in the first round of the competition in TD Ameritrade Park, home of the College World Series. Aldrich entered the event as the defending title-holder after hitting 14 home runs in last year’s Derby, including four in the final round to defeat Georgia Southern’s Victor Roache. Fresno State’s Aaron Judge went on to win this year’s Home Run Derby with eight home runs in the final round, knocking off Virginia Tech’s Tyler Horan and LSU’s Mason Katz. A native of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., Aldrich finished the 2012 season with 11 home […]

Cougars Ranked Program-Best No. 5 In ITA Carolina Region

Cougars Ranked Program-Best No. 5 In ITA Carolina Region

CHARLESTON, S.C. – The College of Charleston women’s tennis team capped yet another record-setting season ranked a program-best No. 5 in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Carolina Region rankings.   The Cougars were previously ranked No. 8 at the conclusion of the 2010-11 campaign. They rounded out the top 5 in one of the nation’s toughest regions consisting of Division I schools in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina behind No. 3 nationally-ranked Duke, No. 8 North Carolina, No. 13 South Carolina and No. 25 Clemson. CofC was ranked No. 63 in the final ITA national rankings and captured its fourth-consecutive Southern Conference title and NCAA Tournament berth.   “I’m really proud of the team and their […]

RiverDogs Go into Turbo; Park the Drive, 3-2

RiverDogs Go into Turbo; Park the Drive, 3-2

Culver’s Clutch Hit Enables Charleston To Take Rubber Game CHARLESTON, SC – Cito Culver drove a two-out, RBI single to right field in the bottom of the eighth to give the Charleston RiverDogs a 3-2 win over the Greenville Drive in South Atlantic League action on Tuesday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park with a season-high crowd of 7,192 on hand. In taking the rubber game of the series, Charleston improved to 47-33 (8-5 in the second half) so far in 2012. Greenville, which took the first two games of the set, now stands at 40-43 (6-7 in the second half). With a man on first, nobody out and Tyler Wilson (0-1) on the mound in the eighth, Reymond […]

Mason Williams, Tyler Austin, Gary Sanchez Promoted to Tampa Yankees

Mason Williams, Tyler Austin, Gary Sanchez Promoted to Tampa Yankees

CHARLESTON, SC- The New York Yankees have announced that center fielder Mason Williams, right fielder Tyler Austin and catcher Gary Sanchez have been promoted from the Charleston RiverDogs to the Tampa Yankees of the Florida State League.”I am very happy for all three of those guys,” said RiverDogs manager Carlos Mendoza. “They played hard for us, and I wish them all good luck.” Williams has held down center field for the RiverDogs all season and has been the spark plug for the team’s offense. The 6-1, 180-pound native of Winter Garden, Fla. batted .304 in 69 games with 19 doubles, four triples and eight homers while driving in 28 runs along with 19 stolen bases. He was selected to the South […]

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Reymond Nunez Comes Through in Clutch for 6-5 RiverDogs Win

Reymond Nunez Comes Through in Clutch for 6-5 RiverDogs Win

CHARLESTON, SC – In front of a crowd of 2,219 at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, Reymond Nunez hit a walk-off two-run double in the ninth inning to give the Charleston RiverDogs a 6-5 victory over the Greenville Drive in South Atlantic League action on Monday night. The RiverDogs now stand at 46-33 (7-5 in the second half) and can win the series by taking the final game. The loss by the Drive puts their record at 41-41 (7-5 in the second half). Charleston started the ninth trailing 5-4 and Greenville’s Mike McCarthy (1-2) quickly got the first two outs of the innings. Mason Williams then worked a walk and moved third on single by Ben Gamel. Tyler Austin was […]

188 CofC Student-Athletes Make SoCon Academic Honor Roll For 2011-12

188 CofC Student-Athletes Make SoCon Academic Honor Roll For 2011-12

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – College of Charleston had 188 student-athletes named to the Southern Conference (SoCon) Academic Honor Roll for the 2011-12 academic year, the conference office announced Monday. Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll 2011-2012 (PDF) College of Charleston increased the number of student-athletes on the Honor Roll yet again this year, joining five other member institutions that also raised the number of honorees for this academic year. Overall, College of Charleston ranked fourth in the Southern Conference for the most honorees, trailing only Davidson (270), Wofford (204) and Appalachian State (193).   74 of the school’s 188 Honor Roll winners were further recognized for the Commissioner’s Medal which honors those who attained a 3.5 GPA or higher for this year […]

Will Oliver Shuts Down Greenville Drive in 5-1 Win

Will Oliver Shuts Down Greenville Drive in 5-1 Win

CHARLESTON, SC – Will Oliver fired six excellent innings for the Charleston RiverDogs and got the win a 5-1 triumph over the Greenville Drive in South Atlantic League action on Sunday evening with 2,251 in attendance at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. The win puts the RiverDogs record at 45-33 (6-5 in the second half) this season. Greenville, which had won the first two games of the five game set, falls back below .500 to 40-41 (6-5 in the second half). “We got a solid outing by Will Oliver,” said RiverDogs manager Carlos Mendoza, “some timely hitting and the bullpen closed it out. It was a nice win.” In the very first inning, the Drive used a Jose Garcia single […]

Nick Goody to Join Charleston RiverDogs Bullpen

Nick Goody to Join Charleston RiverDogs Bullpen

CHARLESTON, SC- Former LSU pitcher and recent sixth round draft pick of the New York Yankees, pitcher Nick Goody has joined the Charleston RiverDogs. He was promoted from the Staten Island Yankees, where he began his pro career after being drafted by the Yankees in June.Goody pitched in three games with the SI Yankees and allowed only one hit and one walk in 3.1 scoreless innings with five strikeouts and one save. He spent this previous college baseball season as a member of the bullpen at Louisiana State University and functioned as the team’s closer. In 35 games, he was 1-2 with a 2.67 ERA and 11 saves. He walked just four batters and struck out 45 in 33.2 innings. […]

Greenville Snaps Charleston RiverDogs’ Win Streak

Greenville Snaps Charleston RiverDogs’ Win Streak

CHARLESTON, SC – Jose Garcia had two hits, including a three-run homer, for the Greenville Drive as they defeated the Charleston RiverDogs 10-2 on Friday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action with 5,082 in the stands.The loss snapped Charleston’s five game winning streak and put their record at 44-32 (5-4 in the second half) on the year. Greenville’s victory means they are now 39-40 (5-4 in the second half) in 2012. The RiverDogs took the early lead in the first when Tyler Austin singled and came all the way around to score on a single by Reymond Nunez and an error on the play. Boss Moanaroa (3-5, run) doubled to start the second for […]

Charleston Battery loses to Antigua Barracuda FC 1-0

Charleston Battery loses to Antigua Barracuda FC 1-0

Northbound, Antigua – The Charleston Battery lost to Antigua Barracuda FC by a score of one goal to none Sunday night at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Peter Byers scored the lone goal in the 47th minute driving a shot past Battery goalkeeper Andrew Dykstra from 12 yards out. Despite the loss Charleston (10-4-0) remains in second position in the USL PRO standings four points behind the Orlando City Lions. The Battery started brightly with forward Dino Williams causing problems for the Antigua back four. Williams had the first real chance of the game in the 15th minute as the ball was played up to him at the edge of the box. He controlled the ball with his chest but his […]

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