After 33 seasons, men’s soccer coach Ralph Lundy is finally hanging up his whistle.
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.
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.
Senior Khallil Stewart is working to retake the field with the College's Men's Soccer team after suffering a series of injuries that left him sidelined.
CofC senior Eli Dent took his love of soccer and his passion for business and created SideKik, a training apparatus for soccer players.
The Cougars begin regular season play on Aug. 26, 2016, with a match against the Navy Midshipmen. A free shuttle service is available for students.
Coach Ralph Lundy has spent the last 29 seasons as the head men's soccer coach at the College of Charleston.
After 29 years of coaching, Coach Ralph Lundy currently ranks fifth among active Division I men’s soccer coaches in wins.
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.
Members of the College of Charleston community are being offered discounted tickets to see two of Charleston's professional sports teams compete.