Spring Sports
Charleston baseball's bats come alive

Charleston baseball’s bats come alive

After a slow start to the season the College of Charleston baseball team has found its stride. Winners of nine of their last 10 games, the Cougars are atop of the CAA standings. Charleston boasts a 7-2 record in conference play in addition to a 17-16 overall record. The Cougars have scored at least eight runs in their...
Cougar baseball bounces back from losing skid

Cougar baseball bounces back from losing skid

The College of Charleston baseball team (10-14, 2-1) began a three game series Friday evening against conference rival Hofstra (6-16, 1-2). The Cougars won the final two games of the series on Saturday and Sunday, snapping a seven game losing streak. In Friday’s match up, the Cougars faced off in a classic pitching duel with Hofstra...
Cougars beat Bearcats in baseball home opener

Cougars beat Bearcats in baseball home opener

The College of Charleston baseball team hosted the Cincinnati Bearcats over the weekend (Feb. 24-26), winning two of three in the first home series of the season. After losing a tough mid-week road game to defending the national champions, Coastal Carolina, the Cougars (4-3) were able to bounce back against Cincinnati. This meeting was the first in...
Charleston baseball wins opening series in Athens

Charleston baseball wins opening series in Athens

The College of Charleston baseball team began its 2017 campaign with its first series win over an SEC team in school history, defeating the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. The Cougars (2-1) won the first two games before dropping the series finale, outscoring the Bulldogs 32-18 over the entirety of the series. In the season opener,...
Serving to success

Serving to success

As the warm Mediterranean sunshine beams down upon the seaside town of Limassol, Cyprus, a budding young tennis star emerges into prominence. Her journey would begin here, but continue half-way around the world as she stumbled upon her adopted home, the sandy shores of Charleston, South Carolina. Before enrolling at the College of Charleston, Mara...
Fuenfstueck for the win

Fuenfstueck for the win

A native of Langen, Germany, Laura Fuenfstueck has been a pivotal piece of the College of Charleston women’s golf roster since her freshman debut in fall 2013. Currently a senior at the College, Laura began her college career with a freshman scoring average of 73.38 on 18 holes, while also setting the single-season scoring average...
Pitching from one Helvey to the next

Pitching from one Helvey to the next

According to the NCAA, there is a 6.1 percent chance that a baseball player in high school will make it onto a college baseball program. Now, what are the chances that two brothers three years apart will make it from the same high school onto the same college baseball team? Pretty slim to none. Yet...
Katherine Schofield aims to top off her remarkable college career

Katherine Schofield aims to top off her remarkable college career

Katherine Schofield remembers how it all started, dating back to January 2013. “I was already training here with the coach, in Isle of Palms. The assistant at the time, Arron Spencer, had come over to the courts to watch the kids play, so I met him and that’s how I learnt about the College of...
Cougars Split Series With UCSB in an Unpredictable Way

Cougars Split Series With UCSB in an Unpredictable Way

The No. 24 ranked College of Charleston baseball team faced the No. 12 University of California, Santa Barbara in a series that ended in a tie. The first two games were split going into the Sunday match up, but due to a travel curfew the game ended in a tie. Charleston’s 7-4 game one loss to UCSB on...
Heath is a hit: Old face, new philosophy for College of Charleston baseball

Heath is a hit: Old face, new philosophy for College of Charleston baseball

On June 22, 2015 Matt Heath was promoted to be the head coach of the College of Charleston baseball team when news broke that former head coach, Monte Lee, was leaving to coach the Clemson Tigers. Since the 2011 season, while Heath served as the pitching coach to Lee’s Cougars, the team won an impressive...
Softball Sizzling in Conference play

Softball Sizzling in Conference play

The College of Charleston Women’s Softball (21-11, 2-1) entered the three-game Easter weekend matchup against Delaware riding a six game winning streak. After dropping the first game, the College won both ends of the Saturday doubleheader to take the series 2-1. Though the streak was halted temporarily, it does not discount the week of exciting...
Baseball Begins CAA Season by Sweeping Delaware

Baseball Begins CAA Season by Sweeping Delaware

Aided by the return of two key players to the lineup, the College of Charleston baseball team (17-7, 3-0 CAA) began play in the Colonial Athletic Association over the weekend, outscoring the Delaware Blue Hens (16-8, 0-3) by 22 runs in a three game sweep. On Friday, freshman Dupree Hart picked up right where he...
Ad
Ad