Two-game series with Atlantic Coast Conference powers Clemson, North Carolina and Wake Forest, and four home tournaments are part of Coastal Carolina’s non-conference schedule for the upcoming 2018 college baseball season.
Coastal Carolina is making the jump from the FCS to the FBS and Sun Belt Conference this season and can learn from Appalachian State, which made the same move in 2014 and has been remarkably successful since.
The Coastal Carolina football team was defeated by perennial Sun Belt Conference power Arkansas State 51-17 Saturday night in Jonesboro, Ark., for the Chanticleers’ fifth consecutive loss, setting a new program record.
The Coastal Carolina football team has consecutive away games at Arkansas State and Appalachian State, the reigning co-champions of the Sun Belt Conference who have been the conference’s most consistent programs over the past four seasons.
The Coastal Carolina football trailed from the opening kickoff, which was returned 90 yards for a touchdown by Glenn Smith, and fell 27-21 to Georgia State in its second conference game Saturday night at Brooks Stadium.