High point guard Tarique Thompson (left) tries to block a shot by Coastal Carolina forward Badou Diagne during the first half of a game at the HTC Center. The NCAA voted in January to permit all Division I schools to provide additional money to student-athletes to cover the full “cost of attendance.” Coastal Carolina and the Big South will adopt the new COA benefits for men’s and women’s basketball players next school year.
High point guard Tarique Thompson (left) tries to block a shot by Coastal Carolina forward Badou Diagne during the first half of a game at the HTC Center. The NCAA voted in January to permit all Division I schools to provide additional money to student-athletes to cover the full “cost of attendance.” Coastal Carolina and the Big South will adopt the new COA benefits for men’s and women’s basketball players next school year. File photo by Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com
High point guard Tarique Thompson (left) tries to block a shot by Coastal Carolina forward Badou Diagne during the first half of a game at the HTC Center. The NCAA voted in January to permit all Division I schools to provide additional money to student-athletes to cover the full “cost of attendance.” Coastal Carolina and the Big South will adopt the new COA benefits for men’s and women’s basketball players next school year. File photo by Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com

Sun Belt Conference reaches out to Coastal Carolina

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