Coastal notched a playoff victory for the third consecutive season and advanced to the third round for the second straight year.
Ross, Israel and Mapp and Catron have record-setting performances
Season tickets are on sale now by calling the Athletics Ticket Office at 843-347-8499
Coastal's annual Teal-Black Spring Game is Saturday, April 12 at 1:30 p.m.
The Spring Game is April 12
Coastal Carolina vs. Richmond 12/06/14
Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty 11/22/14
Coastal Carolina vs. Elon 9/27/14
Coastal Carolina vs. Bethune-Cookman 11/30/13 1st Round FCS Championship
The Chanticleers fell 70-10 to the #11/12 Gamecocks in final tuneup for the FCS Playoffs.
2013 (RFr.): Played in all 15 games, starting the last five after Samson Baldwin suffered an injury ... Still finished eighth on the team with 43 tackles ... Credited with 10 stops on special teams, including eight on kick coverage ... Was fourth on the team in tackles in CCU's three NCAA FCS playoff games with 19, adding three pass break-ups ... Tallied his first double-digit tackles performance with 11 stops -- 10 solo -- versus Bethune-Cookman in the first round ... Was named the team's Defensive MVP for the second round playoff game at Montana, recording five tackles and two pass break-ups ... In his second career start, had seven tackles -- all solo -- at South Carolina, including a 15-yard sack, with a PBU.
2012 (Fr.): Redshirted ... Named a Chant Squad MVP in the weeks leading into the Furman, VMI and Bethune-Cookman games.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Selected to the Charlotte Observer All-Region second team as a wide receiver as a senior ... Named a Tom Lemming "Top Player" as a defensive back ... Tabbed All-County as a wide receiver ... As a junior, had five interceptions, returning three for touchdowns to rank second in the North Carolina record book, while recording 60 tackles and nine pass breakups ... As a sophomore, primarily played wide receiver, catching nine passes for 235 yards and two touchdowns ... Also plays basketball and runs track ... His father, Mark, was a high school All-American wide receiver at West Iredell HS.