Eleven student-athletes will compete for a chance to go to the NCAA Championships this weekend.
Coastal Carolina will be well represented at next weekend's NCAA opening round.
The Chanticleers came up just short of their third and ninth championships, respectively.
Reggie Nelson matched his personal-best and won back-to-back titles on Friday.
The men's and women's programs look to earn their third and ninth championships, respectively.
Eleven Chanticleer student-athletes qualified for this year's NCAA East Preliminary Round.
**2013: All-Big South in the 110 Hurdles
2014 Track & Field: Notched a personal best of 14.21 in the 110m hurdles in a preliminary of the Winthrop Invitational... Won the 110m hurdles in Battle of the Beaches, was runner-up at the Winthrop Invitational and placed 10th at the Georgia Tech Invitational.
2013 Track & Field: Earned All-Big South honors with third place finish in the 110m hurdles... Ran a personal best time of 14.29 in the 110 hurdles at the North Florida Invitational... Had six top-10 finishes in the 110 hurdles including five top-five finishes... Won the 110 hurdles at the Chanticleer Classic and the Battle of the Beaches VIII... Finished second in the 110 hurdles at the CCU Invitational... Finished the season ranked fourth in the Big South in the 110 hurdles... Ranks second in the 110 hurdles on the Coastal Carolina all-time performers list.
High School: Competed at Lower Richland High School... 2010 and 2011 SCHSL 4A State Champion in 110-meter hurdles.