Chris Jones hauled in the game's only score on a throw from Tyler Keene
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The loss ends the Chanticleers' season at 9-3, while The Citadel improved to 9-3 and will face cross-town rival Charleston Southern in the tournament's second round on Dec. 5.
Coastal Carolina vs The Citadel
Coastal Carolina Football vs. Gardner-Webb - Nov. 7, 2015 Hall of Fame Game
Coastal Carolina at Monmouth
2015 Coastal Carolina Football vs Presbyterian College (Oct. 10, 2015)
Coastal Carolina defeats Alabama A&M during the 2015 CCU Homecoming game.
2014 2nd Team All-Big South (WR)
Graduated in December 2015 with a degree in communication and is currently pursuing his M.B.A. and is on track to receive his Master's in December 2016.
Entering his senior season, ranks third on the CCU career lists for receiving yards (2,015) and fourth in receptions (141) while ranking third (tied) on the school's career touchdown receptions list with 14.
2015 (Jr.): Named first team All-Big South ... Was the only CCU receiver to start all 12 games ... Led the team in receptions (50), receiving yards (769) and touchdowns (7) ... Additionally led the Big South and ranked 35th in the NCAA FCS with his seven TDs ... Was second in the Big South in receiving yards and receiving yards per game (64.1) while ranking fourth in receptions per games (4.2) ... Opened the season by hauling in seven passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Furman ... Named the team's Offensive MVP in the win over Presbyterian as he caught seven passes for a season-high 129 yards ... In the NCAA FCS playoffs versus The Citadel had 120 receiving yards on just three receptions ... Had a 91-yard touchdown versus the Bulldogs, which is the longest pass play and sixth-longest scoring play in CCU history ... Had five catches for 91 yards in the win over Gardner-Webb, thanks to a 55-yard touchdown ... Added a pair of two-point conversions versus Western Illinois and Alabama A&M ... Named to the 2015-16 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year ... Earned Dean's List for the fall of 2015.
2014 (So.): Named second team All-Big South ... Selected the team’s Offensive MVP on three occasions (The Citadel, Presbyterian and Liberty) ... Tied a CCU single-game record by catching 10 passes at The Citadel, gaining a then career-high 108 yards and grabbing a touchdown ... Started all 14 games and broke the 100-yard plateau four times ... Set a CCU single-season record with 71 receptions while his 959 receiving yards ranks third on the CCU single-season list ... Ranked second in the league and 29th nationally with his 959 receiving yards ... Ranked fourth in the league in receiving yards per game (68.9) and receptions per game (5.1) ... Tied teammate John Israel for second in the conference with six touchdowns , including two versus Elon... Caught six passes for 111 yards and a score at Presbyterian ... Had nine catches for 101 yards at Gardner-Webb ... The following week, hauled in six passes for a career-high 118 yards at Charlotte , adding a 32-yard rush... Despite batting injury, had four receptions for 97 yards versus Liberty with a score and had four receptions for 81 yards at North Dakota State ... Named to the 2014-15 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.
2013 (RFr.): Played in all 15 games and drew three starts ... In league play, averaged 18.8 yards per catch ... Caught a key two-point conversion late at Liberty to force overtime, a game CCU would win in double overtime ... Made five tackles on punt coverage ... First career touchdown was a two-yard catch to secure the win at Eastern Kentucky ... Caught three passes for 43 yards at Elon in his first career start ... Had a season-high four receptions (34 yards) versus Hampton ... Tallied a season-high 63 yards on just two receptions versus Furman.
2012 (Fr.): Redshirted ... Was a Chant Squad MVP twice (weeks leading into Eastern Kentucky and Bethune-Cookman).
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played in the 2011 Chesapeake Bowl (North Team), helping the North to a 28-17 win thanks to a 61-yard TD ... Selected first team Philadelphia Tribune AA All-Catholic League ... Chosen as the TedSilary.com Offense of Player of the Week (twice) ... Maxpreps.com Player of the Week (twice) ... City All-Star game selection ... Selected 2011 All-EasternPAFootball.com Small School Team Honorable Mention Offense ... Named first team All-Scholastic ... Led West Catholic to the 2011 PIAA 2A semifinal ... Student Class President Senior Year ... As a junior, West Catholic won the state championship.