Katie Martin put down a career-high 24 kills and was named Tournament MVP.
Coastal will face No. 6 High Point in Friday's 7 pm semifinal match.
Leah Hardeman is the second player in Big South history to be named both Player and Freshman of the Year.
The Big South Championship, hosted by Coastal Carolina, begins Thursday at The HTC Center.
Coastal hosts High Point at 11:30 am on Saturday to close out the regular season.
2014 Big South Volleyball Championship: Coastal Carolina 3 - Radford 2
2013 Coastal Carolina Spring Volleyball
2012 Coastal Carolina Volleyball - Inaugural Game at The HTC Center (Sept. 21, 2012)
* 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
* 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
* 2012 Big South Conference All-Tournament Team
2013 (Junior): Appeared in all 31 matches for the Chants while starting 10... Ranked fifth on the team with 210 digs... Had a season-high 15 digs at Presbyterian (Sept. 28)... Had double-digit digs in five matches... Had a season-high five service aces at Presbyterian (Sept. 28)... Finished the season with three kills, 12 assists, 23 service aces and 210 digs... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
2012 (Sophomore): Named to the Big South Conference All-Tournament Team... Appeared in all 28 matches for the Chants with a pair of starts... Led the team with 314 digs... Third on the team with 46 assists... Had a career-high 24 digs against Radford (Oct. 12)... Had a season-high five assists against High Point (Nov. 10), UNC Asheville (Nov. 16) and Liberty (Nov. 18)... Had double-digit digs in 18 matches including the final nine matches of the season... Started the season as a defensive specialist before moving into the starting libero role... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
At Jacksonville: 2011 (Freshman): Finished season with 247 digs at Jacksonville University... Posted double-digit digs nine times... Recorded 31 assists... Had 17 service aces.
High School: She owns the school record for digs (2,156) at Cumberland Valley High School, where she was named to the district all-star team all four seasons. She was named second team All-Mid Penn her freshman season. Selected as a Mid Penn all-star her sophomore and junior seasons and was named the Mid Penn Most Valuable Player her senior season. Her team went 23-1 both her junior and senior seasons and won the Mid Penn Championship.