Point guard Joe Chealey is out for the season after suffering a lower left leg injury in practice.
The new athletics facility will include a weight room and sports medicine facility, locker rooms, coaches’ offices, academic spaces and a hospitality/viewing deck overlooking the baseball and soccer fields.
The team gets ready for the CAA tournament starting May 20, 2015.
The Cougars are ranked as high as No. 18, according to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and USA Today Coaches Poll.
Adjehi Baru, the 2014–2015 Cougars basketball co-captain, was also a standout student in the College's international business program.
The team receives an automatic bid to the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship next month.
The College of Charleston's Sailing Program is a big supporter of Charleston Race Week.
The Cougars continue to inch up the national baseball rankings.
The Cougars are moving up in the latest national baseball rankings.
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