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When the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers play the Georgia State Panthers at 7:30 PM on Thursday, September 21, our projection system predicts the Chanticleers will come out on top. Our model also projects the spead, point total, and final score, which you can check out below.Looking to bet on Coastal Carolina vs. Georgia State? Head to BetMGM using our link to claim a first-time depositor ...
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CONWAY, S.C. – Coastal Carolina baseball is excited to unveil the 2024 schedule, which includes 34 home games versus teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference, ASUN, Big Ten, Big 12, Mid-American Conference, Colonial Athletic Association, Atlantic 10, Southern Conference, and the Sun Belt Conference.2024 Coastal Carolina baseball season tickets are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets online by visiting ...
CONWAY, S.C. – Coastal Carolina baseball is excited to unveil the 2024 schedule, which includes 34 home games versus teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference, ASUN, Big Ten, Big 12, Mid-American Conference, Colonial Athletic Association, Atlantic 10, Southern Conference, and the Sun Belt Conference.
2024 Coastal Carolina baseball season tickets are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets online by visiting www.GoCCUsports.com/tickets or by calling the Chanticleer Athletics Ticket Office at 843-347-TIXX.
The 2024 schedule will once again be a challenging one as head coach Gary Gilmore's team will play 11 teams that made the 2023 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Tournament last year in national seeds Wake Forest and Clemson, as well as Duke, North Carolina, Indiana, George Mason, Ball State, UNCW, Southern Miss, Troy, and Louisiana.
The 2024 slate will kick off with the annual Baseball at the Beach Tournament on Feb. 16-18. This year's tournament field will consist of George Mason, Indiana, and Duke.
Coastal will open the season versus George Mason on Opening Day, Friday, Feb. 16, and host Indiana on Saturday, Feb. 17, before wrapping up Opening Weekend on Sunday, Feb. 18, against Duke.
The Chants will remain at home to host UNCW for a midweek matchup on Tuesday, Feb. 20, and then continue the season-opening 20-game homestand by hosting Illinois, Ball State, and Cincinnati on Feb. 23-25. Beginning on Friday, Feb. 23, the Chanticleers will battle Illinois before taking on Ball State on Saturday, Feb. 24. Coastal will wrap up the weekend with a matchup with Cincinnati on Sunday, Feb. 25.
CCU will host Campbell on Feb. 27 before hosting a three-game weekend series on March 1-3 with Liberty. The following week, Coastal Carolina will host in-state foe USC-Upstate on back-to-back days on March 6-7.
The Men in Teal will welcome Michigan on Friday, March 8 for a three-game series that will wrap up on Sunday, March 10, which will be followed by a midweek meeting with the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest on Tuesday, March 12.
Coach Gilmore's squad will then open up Sun Belt Conference play at home for just the second time in the Chants' eight years in the Sun Belt, as CCU will take on James Madison for a three-game conference series on March 15-17.
Coastal will take to the road for the first time in the 2024 season as the Chants will travel to Raleigh, N.C., for a meeting with N.C. State. CCU will remain in North Carolina for a three-game conference series with Appalachian State on March 22-24. The first of two meetings with in-state foe Clemson will take place on March 26 in Clemson, S.C.
The Chanticleers will make their way to Monroe, La., for a three-game series with the ULM War Hawks on March 28-30 before wrapping up a nine-game road trip in Wilmington, N.C., versus UNCW on April 2.
A three-game home series against Old Dominion on April 5-7, breaks up a long two weeks for the Chanticleers, who return to the road for five-straight games at Wake Forest (April 9), Georgia Southern (April 12-14), and North Carolina (April 16).
The following weekend, Coastal will battle Louisiana in Conway, S.C., before returning to the road for a two-game midweek series beginning on April 23-24 with Creighton in Omaha, Neb. The Chanticleers will close out the month of April by hosting the Troy Trojans on April 26-28.
The month of May will see Coastal on the road in Hattiesburg, Miss., as the Chants will play a three-game series with Southern Miss on May 3-5. CCU will return home to host five home games, beginning with a home contest against UNCG in midweek action on Tuesday, May 7, before hosting a three-game conference series against Georgia State on March 5-7. The Chanticleers will wrap up the home portion of their schedule with a midweek meeting with Clemson on May 14.
The Men in Teal will close out the regular season on the road in Huntington, W.Va., at Marshall on May 16-18.
The 2024 Sun Belt Conference Baseball Championship Tournament will once again be held at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery, Ala., and is set for May 21-26.
For complete coverage of CCU baseball, follow the Chants on social media @CoastalBaseball (Twitter), facebook.com/CCUChanticleers (Facebook), @GoCCUsports (Instagram), or visit the official home of Coastal Carolina Athletics at www.GoCCUsports.com.
CONWAY, S.C. – Coastal Carolina returns to the road this Saturday as the Chanticleers travel to Old Dominion for its final Sun Belt road trip of the regular season.Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Chip Tarkenton and Andy Mashaw will have the call on ESPN+.TV | ESPN+CCU fans can hear the Chanticleer Sports Radio Network broadcast with Joe Cashion, Layne Harris, Chris Burgin, and J...
CONWAY, S.C. – Coastal Carolina returns to the road this Saturday as the Chanticleers travel to Old Dominion for its final Sun Belt road trip of the regular season.
Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Chip Tarkenton and Andy Mashaw will have the call on ESPN+.
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CCU fans can hear the Chanticleer Sports Radio Network broadcast with Joe Cashion, Layne Harris, Chris Burgin, and Joe Catenacci on WRNN 99.5 FM and online at wrnn.net.
ROAD WARRIOR MODE ACTIVATED
• Coastal Carolina is playing its fourth road game in its last five contests.
• The Chants haven’t played four true road games in a five-game span during a single season since opening the 2018 season with five road games in six weeks.
• Coastal Carolina has won at least three road games in each of the past three seasons.
PINCKNEY EYEING HISTORY
• Wide receiver Sam Pinckney has caught a pass in 53 consecutive games and is one game away from tying the all-time FBS record of 54 consecutive games set by Bryan Anderson of Central Michigan from 2006-09.
• Pinckney currently sits in seventh place on both CCU’s career receiving yards list and the career receptions list.
• He needs 21 more receptions to move into sixth place in career catches at Coastal Carolina.
BE OUR GUEST
• Quarterback Jarrett Guest had a career day in his first start of the season, throwing for 289 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 36 yards against Marshall.
• Guest became the first Chanticleer quarterback to throw for three touchdowns in a game since the 2022 Sun Belt Conference championship game.
• Guest also completed seven passes of at least 20 yards, the most for the Chants in a single game this season.
RUNNING WITH PURPOSE
• The Chanticleers have rushed for at least 150 yards in each of their last four games, the first three-game stretch for Coastal Carolina with at least 150 yards rushing since Sept. 17-Oct. 8 of 2022.
• CCU has also tallied at least one rushing touchdown in four straight games for the first time since the same stretch.
• Coastal Carolina is 5-0 this season when the Chants finish the game with at least 35 rush attempts.
• Coastal Carolina held Marshall to just 283 total yards, marking the fewest yards the Chants have allowed since surrendering just 227 yards to Georgia Southern on Nov. 6, 2021.
• CCU also kept the Thundering Herd out of the end zone, the first time the Chanticleers have done so since a 59-6 win over ULM on Oct. 2, 2021.
• The Chanticleers forced five turnovers against Marshall, intercepting four passes and recovering one fumble.
• Five different Chants tallied turnovers as Courtney Eubanks, Keonte Lusk, Tray Brown, and Dre Pinckney recorded interceptions, while Micheal Mason forced and recovered a fumble.
• Coastal’s five turnovers were the most forced in a game by the Chants since Sept. 10, 2022, when CCU turned Gardner-Webb over five times.
• Coastal Carolina has cashed in on 11 of its 17 takeaways this season, turning them into 65 points.
• Defensively, the Chanticleers have prevented teams from scoring after five of Coastal’s 11 turnovers this year.
BAD, BAD JARED BROWN
• Jared Brown enters Saturday needing just 109 receiving yards to move into 10th place on CCU’s career receiving yards list.
• Brown is also nine receptions away from breaking into the top-10 on the Chanticleers’ career repections list.
SCOUTING THE MONARCHS OF OLD DOMINION
• Old Dominion is 4-4 (3-2 SBC) and is coming off a 30-27 loss at James Madison.
• Linebacker Jason Henderson was a second-team All-American last season and is the third player in program history to record 100 tackles in back-to-back seasons.
• Old Dominion’s 58 newcomers are the seventh-most of any FBS team in the country this season.
• Henderson and safety Terry Jones rank No. 1 and No. 2 in the Sun Belt Conference in tackles this season with 117 and 82, respectively.
• Old Dominion’s offense has registered five pass plays of 50 or more yards this season, including a 58-yard touchdown pass against James Madison.
• Cornerback LaMareon James returned an interception and a fumble return for a touchdown against Wake Forest, becoming the seventh player in FBS history to do both in the same game and the first to do so since 2017.
• Old Dominion has 10 scoring drives this season of less than one minute and is averaging 2:16 per scoring drive this season.
• Wide receiver Kelby Williams has 14 catches for 338 yards this season and ranks second in the nation with 24.1 yards per reception.
SERIES SNAPSHOT WITH OLD DOMINION
• Coastal Carolina and Old Dominion have met twice on the gridiron with the Monarchs holding a 2-0 lead in the series.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Coastal Carolina University women's golf team finished seventh at the Hurricane Invitational with an even-par 864 (284-287-293) after shooting a five-over 293 in Tuesday's final round at the Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables, Fla.Hannah Karg finished the event tied for eighth after carding a three-round total of four-under 212 (69-69-7...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Coastal Carolina University women's golf team finished seventh at the Hurricane Invitational with an even-par 864 (284-287-293) after shooting a five-over 293 in Tuesday's final round at the Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables, Fla.
Hannah Karg finished the event tied for eighth after carding a three-round total of four-under 212 (69-69-74). Over her three rounds she scored a team-best 11 birdies and added 34 pars on her way to a tie for eighth place. Karg's birdie total was tied for the 15th most birdies for the tournament and her 3.00 scoring average on par 3s was tied for the 11th best in the event, while her 4.67 scoring average on the par 5s was tied for the 10th best scoring average.
Sara Sarrion had two sup-par rounds on her way to a tie for 26th with a one-over 217 (77-69-71), while Varatkarn Kunkaew finished tied for 35th with a three-over 219 (74-73-72). Varatkarn tied for the third-most pars in the tournament with 42, while Sarrion's 40 pars tied her for the sixth-most pars.
Host Miami ran away with its own tournament finishing 27-under par 837 (278-278-281). Oklahoma was the closest competition for the Hurricanes, finishing in second with a 17-under 847 (275-288-284). South Florida finished third at 11-under 853 (283-283-287), while Texas State was fourth at six-under 858 (282-287-289). Augusta rounded out the top five at five-under 859 (288-282-289).
Colorado State scored the best round of the day with an eight-under 280. The total moved them up three spots, just two strokes in front of the Chants at two-under 862 (292-290-280). Following the seventh-place Chants was the College of Charleston at one-over 865 (285-289-291), with Colorado in ninth at eight-over 872 (288-293-291), and BYU in 10th at 17-over 881 (297-289-295).
The rest of the field included UNLV (+22, 886) and FIU (+24, 888).
The Hurricane Invitational completed fall competition for the Chants who will be back in action on Feb. 12-13 at the Sea Best Invitational at the San Jose Country Club in Jacksonville, Fla.
For complete coverage of CCU women's golf, follow the Chants on social media @CoastalWGolf (Twitter), facebook.com/CCUChanticleers (Facebook), @GoCCUSports (Instagram) or visit the official home of Coastal Carolina Athletics at www.GoCCUsports.com.
Sun Belt play features the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (5-3) and the Old Dominion Monarchs (4-4) on Saturday, November 4, 2023 at Kornblau Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium. The betting information predicts a close game, with the Chanticleers favored by 1 point. The over/under in this outing is 50.5 points.In this article, you can see odds and spreads for the Coastal Carolina vs. Old Dominion matchup across multiple sportsbooks.Coastal Carolina vs. Old Dominion Game Info...
Sun Belt play features the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (5-3) and the Old Dominion Monarchs (4-4) on Saturday, November 4, 2023 at Kornblau Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium. The betting information predicts a close game, with the Chanticleers favored by 1 point. The over/under in this outing is 50.5 points.
In this article, you can see odds and spreads for the Coastal Carolina vs. Old Dominion matchup across multiple sportsbooks.
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