With the continued focus on the health, safety and well-being of its student-athletes, coaches and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, College of Charleston Athletics has suspended fall sports competition.
College of Charleston alumnus and baseball standout Phillip Coker is now battling a new opponent in the field of medicine – COVID-19.
After completing their final exams this week, the College of Charleston's graduating student-athletes have crossed the finish line on their time as undergraduates.
Track and field is often thought of as a simple sport. “It’s just running” is a phrase members of the College of Charleston women’s track and field team hear often. But it's way more than that.
The College honored men's basketball seniors Grant Riller, Jaylen McManus, Sam Miller, Osinachi Smart and Zach Rabinowitz during the last home game of the season on Saturday. The team will take on Delaware this Sunday as part of the CAA Men's Basketball Championship.
Cross-country team member Hayden DiBona is a recipient of the Otto B. German ’73 Endowed Alumni Scholarship in Athletics.
The College has struck a deal with the Charleston Battery for the professional soccer team to play at Ralph Lundy Field starting in March 2020.
Two basketball legends, John Kresse and Otto German '73, hang up their hightops for good.
Highly competitive summer internship exposes softball pitcher Kylie Burke to superbugs and medical rarities.
After 33 seasons, men’s soccer coach Ralph Lundy is finally hanging up his whistle.