Teka Simpson and Letitia Saayman each defended their conference championships on Thursday.
The men's and women's programs look to earn their third and ninth championships, respectively.
The Chanticleers head into next Saturday's Big South Challenge Cup with momentum.
Twenty-two Chanticleer student-athletes finished in the top-10 of their respective events on Saturday.
Coastal Carolina placed 14 competitors in the top 10 of their respective events.
Chanticleers compete for conference crown in High Point, N.C.
2015 Track & Field: Turned in six top-five finishes in the long jump and triple jump … Saved his best for last as he recorded a personal-best long jump of 7.05m (23-01.75) and season-best triple jump of 13.85m (45-05.25) at the Big South Conference Championships … Both marks were good for the eighth-best in the conference this season … Finished tied for second in the long jump at the Bill Carson Invitational with a mark of 6.81m (22-04.25) … Placed fourth in the triple jump at the CCU Invitational with a distance of 13.47m (44-02.50) … Member of the 2014-15 Big South Honor Roll.
2014 Track & Field: Placed fourth in long jump at the Big South Championships with a season-best leap of 7.05m (23-1.75)... Had a season-best mark in the triple jump of 13.93m (45-8.50) at the Shamrock Invitational and finished fourth in the event at the Battle of the Beaches... Clocked 11.41 in the 100m at the Aggie Classic in only race of the season... Member of 2013-14 Big South Presidential Honor Roll, Dean's List in Fall.
High School: Competed at West Ashley High School in Charleston, S.C.... Finished sixth at the state championships his senior season in the triple jump... Named All-Region in the long jump as a senior and in the triple jump as a junior... Holds personal bests of 21'9" in the long jump, 45'5" in the triple jump and 5'8" in the high jump... Also competed for the WAHS football team... Named All-Region in football while leading the team in tackles.