The Chants are the first Big South team to capture back-to-back titles since Liberty in 2011-12.
Coastal will face the winner of #6 Radford and #7 Campbell in Sunday's championship match.
The Chants will face the winner of No. 4 UNC Asheville and No. 5 Winthrop at 4:30 pm on Friday.
Leah Hardeman is the third Big South player to win the Player of the Year award consecutively.
Coastal Carolina is the ninth Big South team to go unbeaten in conference play.
2014 Big South Volleyball Championship: Coastal Carolina 3 - Radford 2
2013 Coastal Carolina Spring Volleyball
Photos from CCU's match against West Virginia and the Chants trip to the University of South Carolina.
2012 Coastal Carolina Volleyball - Inaugural Game at The HTC Center (Sept. 21, 2012)
2014 - First Team All-Big South
2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
2012 - Big South All-Freshman Team
2012 - Big South All-Tournament Team
2014 (Junior): Was named first team All-Big South after leading the conference and ranking 41st nationally with a .371 hitting percentage ... Also closed the regular season ninth in the conference in total blocks and seventh in blocks per set ... Played in all but one of Coastal's 118 sets, while starting 30 of 32 possible matches ... Ranked second on the team with 259 total kills, averaging 2.21 per set ... Recorded a season-best 14 kills in back-to-back matches against Kennesaw State and Tennessee in the Coastal Carolina Invitational ... Hit over .400 in 14 matches in which she attempted at least 10 attacks ... Led the Chants with 106 total blocks on 32 solos and 74 assists ... Averaged 0.91 blocks per set, and had five or more blocks in six matches ... Finished second on the team with 334.0 points, averaging 2.85 points per set ... Totaled nine assists and six service aces.
2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in 30 matches with 29 starts... Played in 111 sets... Ranked second on the team in attack percentage (.304) and blocks (84)... Ranked sixth in the Big South Conference in hitting percentage... Had double-digit kills in eight matches including a career-high 17 against South Carolina (Oct. 30)... Had a .400-plus attack percentage in nine matches including a season-high .577 against South Carolina (Oct. 30); 17 kills, two errors and 26 attacks... Had three-plus blocks in 14 matches including a career-high nine against Tennessee (Sept. 21)... Named to the Lady Vol Invitational All-Tournament team... Finished the season with 213 kills, seven assists, 23 digs and 84 blocks... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
2012 (Freshman): Big South Conference All-Freshman Team selection... Named to the Big South Conference All-Tournament Team... Appeared in 22 matches with 22 starts... Played in 92 sets... Led the team and was third in the conference with a .317 attack percentage... Third on the team with 2.09 kills per set... Finished with 70 blocks good for second on the team... Had a career-high 14 kills against Campbell (Sept. 29)... Had double-digit kills in 13 matches... Had a career-high .588 attack percentage against Radford (Nov. 15) in the first round of the conference tournament with 10 kills, no errors and 17 attacks... Had a career-high six blocks against High Point (Sept. 28), College of Charleston (Oct. 2) and Winthrop (Oct. 26)... Registered a career-high four digs at UNC Asheville (Oct. 20)... Finished the season with 192 kills, 11 assists, one service ace, 19 digs and 70 blocks... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
High School: Won the Hungarian Championship and the Hungarian Cup with her club team during the 2011-12 season... Took second at the Hungarian Championship during the 2010-11 season and third at the Hungarian Cup that same season.