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.

Greenville Drive Rolls Past Charleston RiverDogs to Even Series

Greenville Drive Rolls Past Charleston RiverDogs to Even Series

Three round trippers help Greenville tie Charleston at one game each Box Score: http://atmilb.com/1mng0VE GREENVILLE, SC August 20, 2014 – A six-run deficit was too much to overcome for the Charleston RiverDogs in a 7-2 loss to the Greenville Drive on Wednesday night at Fluor Field at the West End in South Atlantic League action. Sam Travis, Danny Bethea, and Franklin Guzman blasted early home runs while Greenville starting pitcher Myles Smith recorded a career-high eight strikeouts. The RiverDogs fell back to 31-28 in the second half and 64-65 overall. The Drive improved to 19-40 and 53-75, respectively while tying this three-game series at 1-1. Smith blanked Charleston over the first five innings, allowing just one hit in those scoreless […]

Charleston RiverDogs Champions of Inaugural Battle of the Palmetto State Rivalry Series against the Drive

Charleston RiverDogs Champions of Inaugural Battle of the Palmetto State Rivalry Series against the Drive

Charleston’s Wade and Greenville’s Stankiewicz take home inaugural MVP awards of rivalry series CHARLESTON, SC August 20, 2014 – With five games remaining between the Charleston RiverDogs and Greenville Drive this season, a winner has already been determined for the inaugural Battle of the Palmetto State Rivalry Series that is presented by Spinx. The Rivalry Series trophy will be presented during an on-field ceremony before the RiverDogs’ 7:05pm home game on Wednesday, August 27 against Greenville, and the trophy will reside in the Lowcountry for the next year as Charleston claims the inaugural title. The RiverDogs currently lead the 21-game season series, 12-4. In addition, SS/2B Tyler Wade has been named the RiverDogs MVP and will take home the Larry […]

Charleston RiverDogs Host Drive in Final Homestand of 2014

Charleston RiverDogs Host Drive in Final Homestand of 2014

Charleston closes home schedule with a bang – postgame fireworks on August 28 CHARLESTON, SC August 20, 2014 – In the last homestand at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park this season, the Charleston RiverDogs will play the Greenville Drive for a three-game series from Tuesday, August 26 through Thursday, August 28. Although Charleston has already secured the Spinx Rivalry Series Trophy, there is still a lot of fun in store for these final home games at The Joe. Tuesday, August 26, 7:05 pm: It is the final Harris Teeter 2-for-$20 Date Night Tuesday, presented by Nash FM. Couples that show a VIC Card at the box office will receive two tickets to the game, two tacos, two fountain drinks and […]

Adria Crawford Named Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Adria Crawford Named Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

CHARLESTON, SC August 19, 2014 – Adria Crawford has been named assistant women’s basketball coach at the College of Charleston, as announced by head coach Candice M. Jackson on Tuesday. Crawford, 24, joins the Cougar family after spending the last two seasons under head coach Bill Reinson at Longwood University in Farmville, VA. In her new role at The College, Crawford will be responsible for developing the team’s promising cadre of post players.   “Coach Crawford is coming to the staff with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.” said Jackson. “She is one of the up and coming coaches in this business that make you stop and take notice. Having played at a very high-level while at Georgetown just three […]

Charleston RiverDogs 2015 Season Tickets on Sale Now

Charleston RiverDogs 2015 Season Tickets on Sale Now

Begin to catch all of the ’15 action … today! CHARLESTON, SC August 19, 2014 – Want a guarantee for great seats to all of the hottest RiverDogs games in 2015?  There’s Opening Week (April 9-15) that features the season’s first Thirsty Thursday, Friday Fireworks, Saturday giveaways and Family Sunday.  Then there’s the red-hot July 4th Independence Day Celebration that features a massive postgame fireworks extravaganza.  Those special games – several of the 70 home dates – are always packed and usually a sellout. So plan ahead and secure your seats in advance. Plus, one never knows when the RiverDogs’ parent club – the 27-time World Series Champions New York Yankees – will send a major leaguer to Charleston, like […]

Brandon Thomas Homers as RiverDogs Split with Braves

Brandon Thomas Homers as RiverDogs Split with Braves

Charleston closes seven-game homestand with 5-2 mark Box Score: http://atmilb.com/1pUXrfg CHARLESTON, SC August 17, 2014 – Brandon Thomas’ two-run home run in the sixth inning was a critical blast in a 5-4 Charleston RiverDogs victory against the Rome Braves on Sunday in front of 4,002 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. Charleston split a four-game series with Rome and also went 5-2 over a seven-game homestand. The RiverDogs improved to 30-27 in the second half and 63-64 overall. The Braves were eliminated from second-half postseason contention and fell to 25-32 and 49-78, respectively. Abiatal Avelino scored a run without the benefit of a hit in the bottom of the first inning. Avelino was hit […]

Sweat Tea and Whiskey Brined Smoked Wings Close “Smokin’ Chef” Series on Sunday

Sweat Tea and Whiskey Brined Smoked Wings Close “Smokin’ Chef” Series on Sunday

RiverDogs Food and Beverage Director Josh Shea bookends Smokin’ Chef with another delicacy   CHARLESTON, SC August 17, 2014 – The Charleston RiverDogs have hosted their inaugural “Smokin’ Chef” series by providing fans with a special smoked dish for every Sunday home game during the 2014 season. For today, Sunday, August 17, Sweat Tea and Whiskey Brined Smoked Wings will be prepared and served from the RiverDogs’ new meat smoker in the final installment of the “Smokin’ Chef” series. Sunday’s game between the RiverDogs and the Rome Braves will start at 5:05 pm at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. The celebrity chef preparing this delicacy is RiverDogs Food and Beverage Director Josh Shea, who also served as the first “Smokin’ […]

Kale Sumner’s Slam Slides Charleston RiverDogs Past Rome Braves

Kale Sumner’s Slam Slides Charleston RiverDogs Past Rome Braves

Kale Sumner, Michael O’Neill homer to power Charleston’s offense Box Score: http://atmilb.com/1poJd70 CHARLESTON, SC August 16, 2014 – A go-ahead grand slam by Kale Sumner propelled the Charleston RiverDogs to a 7-2 victory against the Rome Braves on Saturday night in front of 5,773 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. Sumner’s grand slam, the first of his career, was also joined by a two-run blast from Michael O’Neill that added to the lead. The RiverDogs advanced to 29-27 in the second half and 62-64 overall. The Braves dropped to 25-31 and 49-77, respectively. Rome still leads this four-game series by a 2-1 margin. In the top of the first inning, the Braves strung together […]

Rome Braves Outlast Charleston RiverDogs in Friday Marathon

Rome Braves Outlast Charleston RiverDogs in Friday Marathon

Sean Godfrey almost hits for the cycle as Rome takes a 2-0 series lead Box Score: http://atmilb.com/VrKgaE CHARLESTON, SC August 15, 2014 – A long contest on Friday evening ended with a 7-4 Rome Braves win over the Charleston RiverDogs in front of a sellout crowd of 6,081 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. Rome’s Sean Godfrey went 3-for-5 with three runs and fell a home run shy of hitting for the cycle. The RiverDogs dropped to 28-27 in the second half and 61-64 overall. The Braves improved to 25-30 and 49-76, respectively. Friday’s contest lasted three hours and 15 minutes. In the first inning, both teams scratched the scoreboard. Godfrey reached safely on […]

CofC Women’s Soccer Battles GSU to 1-1 Draw

CofC Women’s Soccer Battles GSU to 1-1 Draw

Box Score MT. PLEASANT, SC August 15, 2014 – After a sixth-minute goal by senior Sarah Cardamone, the College of Charleston women’s soccer team battled Georgia State to a 1-1 draw in exhibition play at Patriots Point on Friday afternoon. Utilizing the friendly nature of the match, head coach Christian Michner cycled 17 different players onto the pitch, including 10 freshmen who got their first taste of collegiate soccer. “It’s great to finally step out and play against another team,” said Michner. “I really thought Georgia State had a lot of quality today; they’re well coached and super organized. I have to give my team a lot of credit though. We played in a couple different formations and they handled […]

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