The No. 5-ranked Coastal Carolina football team held off a later Furman comeback for a 38-35 win Saturday night at Paladin Stadium in Greenville. Chanticleers coach Joe Moglia and players react to the win.
No. 5 CCU escapes with another wild win at Furman
Coastal Carolina baseball hero Mike Morrison returns to Grand Strand
Coastal Carolina flag raised at the SC Statehouse
NCAA champion Chanticleers greeted by horde upon CWS return
Anthony Marks and CCU celebrate national title
Coastal Carolina wins the College World Series
Sen. Tim Scott impersonates a Jumbotron for CCU
All that Coastal Carolina baseball dance
CCU's Diagne wins tip over UC Irvine's 7-foot-6 center
Coastal Carolina introduces new defensive coordinator Mickey Matthews
Shaw hits game-winning 3-pointer to lift CCU men's basketball team
Coastal Carolina players react to 24-21 loss at Liberty
CCU football coach Joe Moglia previews home opener
Thousands of Coastal Carolina University fans gathered at General Aviation Terminal at Myrtle Beach International Airport Thursday night to welcome their champions home. The CCU Chanticleers arrived to fire trucks, water canons, and a cheering crowd beyond chain link before making their way back to Spring Brooks Stadium.
The All That! Clogging Group did a special dance to wish Coastal Carolina University's baseball team good luck in the College World Series. The Chanticleers take on Texas Christian University tonight in the tournament's Final Four.
The Sun News sports reporter Ryan Young talks to Coastal Carolina players and coaches after a 24-21 loss to Liberty in the regular-season finale. The Chanticleers now wait to see if they make the FCS playoffs.
Coastal Carolina football coach Joe Moglia held his weekly news conference Wednesday to reflect on the Chanticleers' season-opening 38-35 win at Furman and to look ahead to their game this Saturday at South Carolina State