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    Former Cougar great weighs in on coach abuse saga Video included

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    It’s been nearly a month of questions and few answers in the College of Charleston head coaching limbo. More>>

    Dogs bounced in tight contest at Asheville

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    In a back-and-forth game that included four ties and three lead changes, the Asheville Tourists edged the Charleston RiverDogs by a final score of 9-6 on Sunday afternoon at McCormick Field in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Panthers sign Nelson to add depth at safety

    The Panthers announced they have signed free agent Tom Nelson, giving them added depth at safety. More>>

    Extra-inning slugfest goes to RiverDogs

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    Pinch-hitter John Murphy drove in Gosuke Katoh with a two-out single in the 13th inning to send the Charleston RiverDogs to an 8-7 win over the Asheville Tourists in 13 innings on Saturday at McCormick Field in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Andujar lifts RiverDogs to sweep in Lexington

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    Miguel Andujar smashed a home run while driving in the first three runs for the Charleston RiverDogs in a 6-1 victory over the Lexington Legends on Friday evening at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Wade’s offense, Rincon’s pitching lead RiverDogs to victory

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    Charleston takes winning record in second half action.
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    Taylor stymies Legends in road trip opener

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    Charleston RiverDogs reliever Chad Taylor was nearly perfect in a career-high 3.1 innings pitched, helping the RiverDogs to a 6-4 victory against the Lexington Legends. More>>

    Board of Trustees mum on Wojcik ordeal Video included

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    Still no communication out of the College of Charleston nearly four full weeks after it was revealed that the head basketball coach was under investigation for verbal abuse against players and staffers. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: Riverdog Ian Clarkin Video included

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    Ian Clarkin is a 19-year-old millionaire making a pitch towards his dream of playing in Yankee Stadium. The surfer from San Diego is currently a Riverdog in his first season as a pro. More>>

    School board unanimous in decision to ban volunteer parent-coaches Video included

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    In an unanimous vote, the Berkeley County school board approved banning parents from volunteer coaching their own children at the varsity and junior varsity levels. More>>

    Ex-NFL coach Wyche joins Medal of Honor Bowl board

    Former NFL coach Sam Wyche has joined the Medal of Honor Bowl's national board of directors. More>>

    Clemson reported 15 NCAA violations in past year

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    Clemson reported 15 NCAA violations during the last academic year, although none of them were considered "severe" or "significant" - the two highest levels of infractions. More>>

    Thomas drills 4 hits to defeat GreenJackets

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    Brandon Thomas set a career high with four hits and knocked in the winning run to pace the Charleston RiverDogs to an 8-5 series-clinching victory over the Augusta GreenJackets on Monday afternoon in front of 2,078 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    GreenJackets blow out RiverDogs

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    Kale Sumner makes professional pitching debut late in lopsided loss.
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    ‘Dogs survive marathon against GreenJackets

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    After charging to a seven-run lead, the Charleston RiverDogs outlasted an Augusta GreenJackets comeback attempt in a 9-7 RiverDogs win on Saturday evening in front of 6,529 fans in a sellout crowd at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Nunez goes deep on consecutive pitches during opener against Augusta

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    A pair of home runs by Reymond Nunez guided the Charleston RiverDogs to a 5-3 victory against the Augusta GreenJackets on Friday night in front of a sellout crowd of 7,024 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    Former Clemson QB Williams to join radio team

    Clemson has hired former quarterback Rodney Williams as a color analyst on the school's football broadcasts. More>>

    Valera goes 5-for-5 in doubleheader sweep

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    Charleston wins three-game series with a pair of victories against Lexington

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    On the field with Mike Houston Video included

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    He led Lenoir-Rhyne to the Division II national title game a year ago, but now he's on the sideline in Charleston, wearing bulldog blue. More>>

    Charleston Southern extends Lake's contract

    Charleston Southern has signed baseball coach Stuart Lake to a four-year contract extension through 2019. More>>

    Legends outlast RiverDogs in series opener

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    Doubleheader shortened to one game due to weather, new twin bill scheduled for Thursday at 6:05pm

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    At home with the Houstons Video included

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    He's a former football player and current head coach at The Citadel. There are plenty of accolades that come with Mike Houston, including a career record of 19-2 in the conference and a runner up finish in Division II last season. More>>

    Spurrier, South Carolina trying to take next step

    South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier doesn't necessarily sit in recruits' living rooms emphasizing the chance to go 11-2. More>>

    Wojcik still coach 'to my knowledge,' says new CofC president Video included

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    At a Charleston County GOP meeting Monday evening, sports reporters focused more on the the issues on the College of Charleston's basketball team than they did on the platform issues of the party. More>>

    Smith takes first win since May 27 as Charleston wins rubber game

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    Caleb Smith, Chad Taylor, Philip Walby, and Eric Ruth combined to pitch a four-hitter for the Charleston RiverDogs in a 5-0 shutout victory against the Savannah Sand Gnats on Sunday afternoon at Historic Grayson Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    RiverDogs postponed at Savannah on Friday

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    Following heavy rains in the afternoon at Historic Grayson Stadium, Friday’s scheduled game between the Charleston RiverDogs and the Savannah Sand Gnats has been postponed due to unplayable field conditions.  More>>

    Charleston’s five-game win streak snapped during opener at Savannah

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    Eduardo de Oleo blasted his team-leading 10th home run for the Charleston RiverDogs on Thursday evening, but the Savannah Sand Gnats snapped a five-game RiverDogs win streak with a 4-1 Sand Gnats victory at Historic Grayson Stadium in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    Golfer, 9, 'a different breed' on the course Video included

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    At 9 years old, Waymon Thomas is certainly a member of the latter group, but according to Sullivan that won't be the case in a few years. He may be the best fourth grade golfer in South Carolina. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: Don Holzheimer Video included

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    Don Holzheimer's life was on the line when he found out his kidneys were failing him. His brother stepped up to give him a life-saving transplant. More>>

    RiverDogs sweep Drive to secure Spinx Rivalry Series trophy

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    The Charleston RiverDogs came from behind with a season-high eight runs in the eighth inning, pulling away for a 13-6 win over the Greenville Drive on Wednesday afternoon in front 4,186 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Payton sends RiverDogs to second straight walk-off win

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    In his only at bat on Tuesday night, Mark Payton lined a single to right field, and Gosuke Katoh made a brilliant slide around the catcher to secure a 4-3 Charleston RiverDogs walk-off victory over the Greenville Drive in front of 3,011 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    CofC: Wojcik stays home, assistants will travel for recruiting Video included

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    In a brief statement about the ongoing basketball coaching saga at the College of Charleston, officials said head coach Doug Wojcik would not be traveling for recruiting this week. More>>

    Fowler guides RiverDogs to walk-off victory

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    With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Dustin Fowler slapped a double down the left field line to give the Charleston RiverDogs a 4-3 walk-off win over the Greenville Drive on Monday evening in front of 3,318 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Payton’s first hit sparks RiverDogs in rubber game against Rome

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    Mark Payton’s first professional hit drove in the first run of a three-run Charleston RiverDogs rally in a 3-1 victory against the Rome Braves on Sunday in front of 3,077 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Attorney: Wojcik 'intends to fulfill contract' Video included

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    College of Charleston's head basketball coach has no plans of leaving his post before his contract is up -- in three years. That's the word from his attorney Saturday afternoon. More>>

    Fowler slams Braves, sparks RiverDogs win

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    Dustin Fowler blasted a grand slam to right field and drove in five runs in a 9-1 Charleston RiverDogs victory over the Rome Braves on Saturday evening in front of 4,628 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    Dogs swept to close winless road trip

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    The Savannah Sand Gnats rattled off 10 straight runs in Thursday night’s game against the Charleston RiverDogs, whose late rally came up short in a 10-5 Sand Gnats win at Historic Grayson Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Fowler, Valera lead resilient RiverDogs in tough loss

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    Dustin Fowler, Jackson Valera each drive in two runs during Charleston’s six straight defeat.
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    Sand Gnats walk off despite big offense from O’Neill, Katoh

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    In the longest Charleston RiverDogs game of the season, Michael O’Neill recorded a career-high four hits and Gosuke Katoh slugged a go-ahead home run in the ninth inning, but the Savannah Sand Gnats scored three runs in the ninth to walk off in a 9-8 win on Tuesday night at Historic Grayson Stadium in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    Clemson to pay football assistants $4.42 million

    Clemson will pay its football assistants more than $4.4 million next season and they have contracts that lock up coach Dabo Swinney's staff for the next two years. More>>

    Intimidators top RiverDogs in 4-game sweep

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    Errors prove costly in Charleston’s seventh straight loss to Kannapolis.

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    St. John's Christian hoops coach back from world tour Video included

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    For years, Steve Guerry has helped teach basketball to kids in the Lowcountry. He's the head hoops coach at St. John's Christian in Moncks Corner. More>>

    SC Special Olympics golfer featured on Fox Sports 1

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    A South Carolina golfer will be featured Monday night in an hour-long special about some of the many contestants in this year's Special Olympics Games. More>>

    Solo shot by Andujar not enough at Kannapolis

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    A second-inning solo home run from Miguel Andujar led the Charleston RiverDogs to a quick lead before the Kannapolis Intimidators answered with two big rallies on their way to a 7-3 win on Sunday at CMC-NorthEast Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Charleston defeated by Kannapolis for fifth straight game within season series

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    After the Charleston RiverDogs rallied to tie the Kannapolis Intimidators in the eighth inning on Friday night, Tyler Williams’ game-winning home run in the ninth was the difference in a 4-3 Intimidators walk-off victory on Saturday evening at CMC-Northeast Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Rally stopped short at Kannapolis

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    The Charleston RiverDogs scored three runs in a ninth-inning comeback attempt, but the Kannapolis Intimidators held on for a 6-5 victory on Friday night at CMC-Northeast Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Andujar’s grand slam highlights shutout rout

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    Miguel Andujar drove in six runs and also scored two runs while Ian Clarkin and Eric Ruth combined for a two-hit shutout during a 9-0 Charleston RiverDogs win over the Savannah Sand Gnats on Thursday evening in front of 5,366 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action.  More>>

    Local soccer fans enjoy spotlight of sport Video included

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    World Cup fever is hitting the Lowcountry hard. From watch parties to the Charleston Battery practice field, soccer is in high gear. More>>

    RiverDogs blanked by Gsellman, Sand Gnats

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    Charleston shut out for second consecutive contest against Savannah.
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    Roddy White returns for foundation camp Video included

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    Roddy White is back on James Island this week for the fifth annual Keeping the Faith Foundation Camp at his old high school. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: Newberry College's Rashard Alston Video included

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    This week's Athlete of the Week is playing for country. Former Goose Creek standout and current Newberry College fullback Rashard Alston is currently training in Washington, D.C. to play for Team USA. More>>

    Monte Lee signs 8-year deal with CofC

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    College of Charleston baseball head coach Monte Lee has signed an eight-year, $193,000/year contract extension and will remain in Charleston as CofC’s head coach. More>>

    Katoh, Davis highlight doubleheader split

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    Gosuke Katoh leads winning rally in opener, Rookie Davis sets down 13 straight in nightcap

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    Monte Lee to stay in Charleston; ASU does not extend offer Video included

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    The head Cougar is staying in Charleston. Sports4 has learned Monte Lee will not be the next head baseball coach at Arizona State University. Instead, the Sun Devils went with Tracy Smith. More>>

    RiverDogs, Sand Gnats postponed on Monday

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    Continuous rain at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park led to the postponement of Monday’s series opener between the Charleston RiverDogs and the Savannah Sand Gnats. This series will begin on Tuesday with a doubleheader that is scheduled to start at 6:05pm. More>>

    Late RiverDogs lead slips to Intimidators

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    Kannapolis earns three consecutive come-from-behind victories to win series

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    Clarkin strikes out 8 but Intimidators win

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    A career-high eight strikeouts from Ian Clarkin was not enough for the Charleston RiverDogs on Saturday evening as the Kannapolis Intimidators rallied for a 6-5 win in front of 3,813 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    CofC head baseball coach a top candidate at Arizona State

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    College of Charleston head coach Monte Lee interviewed this week for the head coaching job at Arizona State, ABC Sports 4 has confirmed. More>>

    Intimidators rally past RiverDogs to even series

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    Dustin Fowler collected two base hits and scored a run to give the Charleston RiverDogs an early 1-0 lead on Friday night, but the Kannapolis Intimidators came from behind to take a 6-1 victory in front of 5,718 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    O’Neill blasts RiverDogs to comeback win on 'Game of the Week'

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    Charleston opens second half by defeating Kannapolis, playing to a national television audience.
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    Hanahan teammate reflects on life of Padre's Tony Gwynn Video included

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    Far and away the biggest story in baseball this week was the death of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn who died from salivary gland cancer on Monday. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: Cleveland Indians' Bobby Ison Video included

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    When Bobby Ison graduated from Stratford High, he chose to stay close to home, to play baseball at Charleston Southern. A big part of that decision was to be close to his then-15-year-old brother Jared. More>>

    North and South tie 2014 SAL All-Star Game

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    RiverDogs All-Stars Judge and Lail both shine.

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    Fowler slams Legends in first-half finale

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    The first half of the 2014 season came to a close on Sunday when Dustin Fowler’s first professional grand slam launched the Charleston RiverDogs to a 10-3 victory over the Lexington Legends at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Severino guides RiverDogs past Legends

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    Charleston RiverDogs starter Luis Severino locked up with Lexington Legends starter Jake Junis in a close contest on Saturday evening that Severino and Charleston won by a 3-1 margin at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Report: Arizona State eyes CofC's Monte Lee for coaching spot

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    After a stellar season that took the College of Charleston to a Super Regional for only the second time in school history, head coach Monte Lee's name is popping up in reports that he's being considered for other jobs. More>>

    Judge dominates RiverDogs rout of Legends

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    In a one-sided contest, Aaron Judge blasted his ninth home run of the season for the Charleston RiverDogs and totaled a career-high three hits and four runs batted in against the Lexington Legends in an 8-2 RiverDogs victory on Friday evening at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Duke star teaches kids about living life after basketball Video included

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    Several big name local coaches spent the day at Stall High School in North Charleston. One of the guys in town for the camp has quite a story to tell. More>>

    Tanner expects Gamecocks rise to continue

    After two years on the job, athletic director Ray Tanner doesn't see South Carolina slowing down in its goal to be one of the best programs in the Southeastern Conference. More>>

    Legends overcome Lail’s shutout start, pass RiverDogs late in series opener

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    Charleston RiverDogs starting pitcher Brady Lail tossed six shutout innings, but the Lexington Legends’ bats came alive against the Charleston bullpen to score six runs in the final three innings and take the series opener 6-4 on Thursday night in South Atlantic League action at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. More>>

    RB Marcus Lattimore confident he can help 49ers

    San Francisco 49ers running back Marcus Lattimore is confident he can finally contribute on the field this season. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: Fort D grad Robert Quinn Video included

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    Fort Dorchester graduate Robert Quinn is an elite NFL player. He's one of the top defensive ends in the NFL. More>>

    Wade’s 3-run triple highlights marathon win

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    In a lengthy back-and-forth contest that included a brief rain delay, Tyler Wade finished a six-run eighth inning with a bases-clearing triple that helped the Charleston RiverDogs take an 8-5 win over the Greenville Drive on Tuesday evening at Fluor Field at the West End in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Nunez, Fowler homer to secure RiverDogs road win

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    A three-run rally in the first inning was later accompanied by home runs for Reymond Nunez and Dustin Fowler in a 6-2 Charleston RiverDogs win at the Greenville Drive on Monday night at Fluor Field at the West End in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    CofC baseball coach: 'It's a great day, but bittersweet' Video included

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    The College of Charleston baseball team saw its dreams of Omaha come up short in Lubbock on Sunday after a pair of 1-0 losses to Texas Tech, shortly souring the taste of an incredible season. More>>

    Reynolds Dean named CofC basketball assistant

    Former Northeastern assistant Antonio Reynolds Dean was hired to join the men's basketball staff at College of Charleston. More>>

    Late RiverDogs rally stopped short by Savannah

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    After an early six-run deficit, the Charleston RiverDogs forged a valiant comeback until the Savannah Sand Gnats pulled away and closed out an 11-6 victory on Sunday evening in front of 3,108 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Cougars road to Omaha ends in Texas with pair of 1-0 losses Video included

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    The College of Charleston was supposed to take the field Sunday afternoon for the second game in its Super Regional against Texas Tech. However, the weather prevented the game from starting for more than an hour. More>>

    Riverdogs shut out by Gnats Saturday

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    On Saturday evening, the Charleston RiverDogs lost a 4-0 shutout to the Savannah Sand Gnats in front of 4,458 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. Savannah, Ga. native John Gant pitched the first seven innings of the four-hit shutout. More>>

    Cougars fall 1-0 to Texas Tech in first game of Super Regional Video included

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    The College of Charleston dropped one run early to the Red Raiders but could not capitalize on several opportunities. More>>

    Ruth, Rutckyj solid in relief but Sand Gnats win

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    Charleston RiverDogs relievers Eric Ruth and Evan Rutckyj retired 14 consecutive batters late on Friday night, but that streak followed a strong start by the Savannah Sand Gnats in a 10-4 Savannah victory in front of 3,638 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Texas Tech hosts College of Charleston in NCAAs Video included

    The series between Texas Tech and College of Charleston in this weekend's NCAA super regional is an improbable matchup. More>>

    Andujar powers RiverDogs to victory

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    Miguel Andujar’s go-ahead, two-run home run in the first inning sparked the Charleston RiverDogs on their way to a 5-1 win over the Savannah Sand Gnats on Thursday evening in front of 5,479 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Jaron Long, Chris Smith heading to Tampa

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    The New York Yankees have announced that Charleston RiverDogs right-handed pitchers Jaron Long and Chris Smith have been promoted to the Single-A Tampa Yankees. More>>

    Athlete of the Week: CofC head coach Monte Lee Video included

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    Monte Lee led the College of Charleston to the Super Regionals in Lubbock, Texas, this week, but so much of what he's earned he owed to the man who gave him a chance -- legendary Gamecocks head coach and current athletic director Ray Tanner. More>>

    College of Charleston eager to continue NCAA run

    College of Charleston coach Monte Lee says it took all of three games to see that the Cougars had what it took to play with anybody in the country. More>>

    Early lead slips to Crawdads in series finale

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    For the third straight game, the Charleston RiverDogs scored the first run of the contest against the Hickory Crawdads but suffered a loss in a 3-1 defeat on Wednesday afternoon at L.P. Frans Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Crawdads top RiverDogs with walk-off win

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    The Charleston RiverDogs got out to a fast start and also rallied late in a back-and-forth game on Tuesday evening before the Hickory Crawdads scratched their way to an 8-7 walk-off win at L.P. Frans Stadium in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    De Oleo Hits 2 homers in loss at Hickory

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    Eduardo de Oleo recorded his first career multi-homer game in a 9-6 Charleston RiverDogs loss to the Hickory Crawdads on Monday at L.P. Frans Stadium in South Atlantic League action. Gosuke Katoh and Aaron Judge also homered for Charleston. More>>

    Ford, Judge, Lail, Smith earn SAL All-Star honors

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    The South Atlantic League has announced the rosters for the 55th Annual SAL All-Star Game, and four Charleston RiverDogs have been tabbed to represent the Southern Division for this year’s All-Star Game on June 17. More>>

    CofC advances to Super Regional with 4-2 win over Dirtbags Video included

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    The College of Charleston Cougars are the only four seed left in the NCAA tournament, and now they'll be the only four seed to go undefeated into the Super Regional. More>>

    Jaron Long named SAL Pitcher of the Week

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    Charleston RiverDogs right-hander Jaron Long received the South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week Award for games played May 26 – June 1 on Monday. For the week, Long went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA in 2 appearances and allowed only four hits, 1 run/0 earned runs, and one walk with 14 strikeouts over 11.1 IP. More>>

    Judge homers again as RiverDogs fall to Tourists

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    An early Charleston RiverDogs lead was wiped away by a six-run rally that helped the Asheville Tourists to a 7-5 victory and a series sweep on Sunday in front of 4,326 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Crowe keeps Gamecocks alive

    Freshman Wil Crowe tossed a four-hitter in his first NCAA tournament start to keep South Carolina alive in the Columbia Regional with a 9-0 victory over Campbell on Sunday. More>>

    Judge’s offense not enough against Tourists

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    All four Charleston RiverDogs runs were driven in by Aaron Judge, including his sixth home run of the season, but the Asheville Tourists secured an 8-4 victory on Saturday night in front of 3,922 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Cougars 1 win away from Super Regional Video included

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    The College of Charleston battled back from being down 2-1 to win 6-3 over Long Beach State University in another late-night game in Gainesville. More>>

    College of Charleston stuns Florida 3-2 Video included

    The College of Charleston scored all of its runs in the first inning and held on to stun regional top seed Florida 3-2 in a game that ended early Saturday morning after being delayed for 3 hours and 15 minutes because of a... More>>

    Tourists rally after Severino’s shutout start

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     Following six shutout innings from Charleston RiverDogs starter Luis Severino, the Asheville Tourists scored four runs in the seventh and held off a late RiverDogs comeback during a 4-3 Asheville victory on Friday in front of 4,578 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

    Rosario homers but Tourists arrive with win

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    Jose Rosario had a solo home run and made a highlight-reel catch for the Charleston RiverDogs, but the Asheville Tourists claimed a 4-1 victory on Thursday evening in front of a season-high 6,687 fans at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in South Atlantic League action. More>>

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