The 2020 College of Charleston Athletics Hall of Fame Class has been selected and includes four former student-athletes including the first inductee from the sport of softball.
Former CofC pitcher Griffin McLarty is ready to trade in his cap and gown for a Baltimore Orioles uniform.
Softball player Kylie Burke spent her summer as an intern in the microbiology and infectious disease unit at Emory University Hospital.
The men's basketball team will tip off the season on Nov. 5, 2019, at home against USC-Upstate.
The Charleston Battery, the oldest continuously run professional soccer club in the United States, will commence play at the College's Soccer Complex starting next season.
The College of Charleston Soccer Field at Patriots Point Athletic Complex will be named in honor of long-time men’s soccer head coach Ralph Lundy on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019.
Charlotte Caperton-Kilburn, registered dietitian and director of sports nutrition at the College, teaches CofC’s more than 350 student-athletes how to eat to win.
College of Charleston men's soccer Head Coach Ralph Lundy on Monday, Aug. 12, 2019, announced plans to retire after the conclusion of the 2019 season.
Former CofC basketball star and current NBA professional Joe Chealey recently held his first basketball camp for kids at the College.
After a whirlwind 45 days with the U.S. women's soccer team, Greg Banks '94 is exhausted but elated by their World Cup victory.