Soccer
Women’s soccer clinch program’s first CAA Tournament berth

Women’s soccer clinch program’s first CAA Tournament berth

It has not been an easy transition from the Southern Conference to the Colonial Athletic Association, but after missing out on post season action in each of the past three seasons, the Charleston women’s soccer team (10-6-3 overall, 3-3-3 CAA) clinched a berth in the 2016 CAA Tournament with a 1-1 tie with William and...
Shields, Cougars shut out No. 3 UNC

Shields, Cougars shut out No. 3 UNC

Led by senior keeper Kevin Shields, the College of Charleston men’s soccer team (3-6-3) earned a scoreless draw with the No. 3 team in the country, North Carolina Tar Heels (10-2-2) on Tuesday night at Patriots Point. Shields and North Carolina’s James Pyle earned shutouts, although Shields’s performance was superior given the circumstances. The Tar...

From the heart of Spain to the shores of South Carolina

As the sun dips behind the scenic “Prado,” in the heart of Spain’s mystical capital, a sporting rivalry unfolds a few miles away under the floodlights of the Vicente Calderón, home of soccer club, Atlético de Madrid. Last year, Atlético Madrid finished runner-up in the most prestigious club competition around the world, losing to cross-town...
Women’s soccer records fifth straight shutout

Women’s soccer records fifth straight shutout

College of Charleston women’s soccer team (5-3-0) is commanding their will over opponents by recording two weekend victories at the hands of Stetson and The Citadel. Charleston net-minder Lauren Killian’s shutout streak climbs to 455 minutes thanks to her two-save effort against The Citadel. The Cougars have now won five straight shutout wins, outscoring opponents...
Charleston commences competition in the Colonial

Charleston commences competition in the Colonial

College of Charleston men’s soccer team (2-1-1) began conference play over the weekend, earning a hard-fought 1-1 tie against former Southern Conference foe Elon (3-1-1). “The conference is a war,” Charleston head coach Ralph Lundy said. “I think it’s going to be like that all year. Everyone in our conference knows that every game counts....
Women's Soccer Storms Past Charleston Southern

Women’s Soccer Storms Past Charleston Southern

With the hysteria of a hurricane approaching, the College of Charleston women’s soccer brought the bluster onto the field Aug. 31, crushing Charleston Southern 4-0. This is a welcome turnaround from their early season troubles, as the Cougars are now on a two game roll, quickly moving on from a few  early season hiccups. In the last...
Men's Soccer Season Preview

Men’s Soccer Season Preview

After a preseason in which the College of Charleston men’s soccer team finished with an undefeated record (3-0-0), expectations are running high for the coming season. Last year’s team earned the program’s best record since 2010 (7-8-2, 4-3-1 CAA), though it featured only three seniors. A successful 2015 regular season earned the Cougars a berth...
The College signs Coach Lundy to a Four Year Extension

The College signs Coach Lundy to a Four Year Extension

College of Charleston Director of Athletics Joe Hull announced on Tuesday that head coach of men’s soccer Ralph Lundy has signed a four-year contract extension that runs through the 2019 season. Lundy has led the Cougars to 19 winning seasons in his 29 seasons as head coach, including five conference championships and five NCAA Tournament...
Player Spotlight: Nicholas Jeausseran, from the French Riviera to the American Dream

Player Spotlight: Nicholas Jeausseran, from the French Riviera to the American Dream

On Tuesday evening, not long after Anthony Martial, Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco and Layzin Kurzawa – three of his ex-teammates – tasted Champions League action respectively with Manchester United, Atletico Madrid and PSG, France’s Nicholas Jeausseran had no room for regrets or nostalgia. Recruited out of the AS Monaco reserve to play for the College of Charleston...
Women’s soccer season ends in defeat at UNCW

Women’s soccer season ends in defeat at UNCW

The College of Charleston women’s soccer team was shut out in Sunday afternoon’s season finale at University of North Carolina at Wilmington (4-0). The Cougars season comes to an unfortunate end (8-9-1, 2-6-1 CAA), as they will miss the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. The 2015 campaign was a bit of a rollercoaster ride for the...
Men's Soccer loses in final moments to No. 2 UNC

Men’s Soccer loses in final moments to No. 2 UNC

The College of Charleston men’s soccer team finished their non-conference schedule yesterday with a trip to No. 2 ranked North Carolina. The Cougars (5-5-2, 2-1-1 CAA) were only the second team to score more than one goal on the Tar Heels (11-0-1) this season, but the Tar Heels prevailed 3-2 after the Cougars conceded an...
Delaware Delays Lundy from 3hundy

Delaware Delays Lundy from 3hundy

The College of Charleston men’s soccer team was shut out 2-0 by Delaware on Wednesday evening at Patriots Point. The loss drops the Cougars to 5-4-1 on the season and 2-1 in the CAA. Head coach Ralph Lundy earned his 299th career win with the College in their road over 1-0 victory over Drexel on...