Coastal finished the season with 18 wins, the most since the 2003 season.
Coastal Plays Elon on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7:00 p.m.
Chanticleers Face Liberty in Semifinals at 4:00 p.m.
Coastal Open Big South Tournament Tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.
2010: Named to the Big South All-Tournament Team after allowing just one goal in three games ... Was selected to the All-Big South second team ... Selected to the Coastal Carolina Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Ranked third in the Big South with a 1.08 goals against average ... Was fourth in the Big South with a .752 save percentage ... Finished the year tied for second in the conference with 76 saves ... Was tied for second in the Big South with seven shutouts ... Started all 22 games in net for the Chanticleers ... Allowed just one Big South team to score more than one goal in any game ... Recorded a season-high eight saves in the Chants' 2-1 win over Winthrop (Oct. 23) ... Turned in a stretch of 349:16 without surrendering a goal ... Posted back-to-back shutouts in wins over Wofford (Sept. 12) and George Washington (Sept. 17) ... Blanked No. 19 UNC Wilmington in the Chants' 1-0 road win (Sept. 28) ... Earned a shutout win in the Chants' 1-0 win at VMI (Oct. 4) ... Held UNC Asheville scoreless for 101:01 in a 1-0 double overtime win over the Bulldogs (Oct. 13) ... Posted back-to-back shutouts in the first round and quarterfinals of the Big South Tournament in consecutive 1-0 winos over VMI (Nov. 11) and Gardner-Webb (Nov. 12) ... Helped the Chants finish the season ranked third in the Big South in goals allowed with 25 ... Played an instrumental role in helping Coastal finish third in the league with a 1.08 goals against average ... Helped Coastal finish second in the Big South with eight shutouts.
2009: Was an All-Big South first team selection ... Named to the Big South Conference All-Tournament team ... Appeared in a total of 11 games and drew nine starts ... Finished the season undefeated with a 7-0-6 overall record ... Paced the team with 30 saves ... Ranked second in the Big South with a 0.65 goals against average ... Stood second in the conference with a .795 save percentage ... Ended the season third in the league with a total of four shutouts ... Helped Coastal finish second as a team in the Big South with just 20 goals allowed.
2008: Redshirted due to injury.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Attended Northern Illinois University.
High School: Four-year starter ... NSCAA All-American nominee ... Named to the Top Dawg All-Tournament team on four occasions ...Captained the Huskies his senior year and led the team to a class 6A championship ... Named Eastern Kansas League Goalie of the Year ...Four-time All-Sunflower Conference honoree ... Also participated in football and earned All-Eastern Kansas League honors as both a kicker and punter.
Club Experience: Played club soccer for the Kansas City Wizards junior squad alongside former Chanticleer Kelly Porter ... Led the team to cup championships in 2005, 2007 and 2008 ... Member of a team that was crowned regional champion in 2008 and national runners-up.
Personal: Full name is Scott Edward Angevine ... Son of Kerry and Julie Angevine ... Majoring in political science.