More than 50 current and former student-athletes earned his or her degree this weekend.
Coastal's first round match against USC will be shown on ESPN3 at 4:30 Friday.
The 2014 Chants won the third most matches in program history, and had the best Big South record since 2008.
Katie Martin put down a career-high 24 kills and was named Tournament MVP.
Sunday's championship game begins at 2 pm at The HTC Center, and can be seen on ESPN 3.
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)
South Carolina State - Senior Night Nov. 1, 2011
2014 - Big South Tournament Most Valuable Player
2014 - Big South All-Tournament Team
2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
2011-12 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
2014 (Senior): Was named the 2014 Big South Championship Most Valuable Player after notching 52 kills (4.33 kps), hitting .333, recording 16 digs, totaling 4 blocks and accounting for 55.0 points in Coastal’s three matches during the conference tournament … Played in all 32 of Coastal’s matches, garnering starts in 14 … Played 108 of 118 total sets … Ranked third on the team in total kills (227) and kills per set (2.10) … Put down a career-high 24 kills in Coastal’s Big South Championship victory over Radford … Committed just 62 attacking errors and closed the season hitting .274, the third-highest percentage on the team … Finished third in solo blocks (20), second in block assists (52) and averaged 0.67 blocks per set … Recorded a career-high 10 blocks in Coastal’s win over Tennessee in the Coastal Carolina Invitational … Averaged 1.03 digs and 0.10 assists per set … Set a career high with nine digs in Coastal’s quarterfinal win over Gardner-Webb in the Big South Championship … Totaled 283.0 points for the season, averaging 2.62 per set.
2013 (Junior): Appeared in 19 matches while starting two... Played in 50 sets... Had a season-high 10 kills at home versus UNC Asheville (Oct. 26)... Set a career-high with seven blocks against Asheville (Oct. 26)... Had a season-high .700 attack percentage against South Carolina State while registering seven kills... Had three-plus blocks in six matches... Ranked third on the team in attack percentage (.246)... Finished the season with 67 kills, five service aces, 23 digs and 36 blocks ... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 20 matches while starting 15... Played in 75 sets... Had a season-high 11 kills at home versus Winthrop (Sept. 21)... Tied a career-high with six blocks against Butler (Sept. 1)... Ranked fourth on the team in blocks with 44... Had a season-high 412 attack percentage against Radford in the first round of the Big South Conference Tournament while registering seven kills... Finished the season with 104 kills, one service ace, 20 digs and 44 blocks... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
2011 (Freshman): Selected as the CRONS Brand Freshman of the Week for matches played Oct. 17-23... Named to the Coastal Carolina Classic All-Tournament Team... Recorded a team-high 37 service aces on the season including a career-high six against North Carolina A&T to finish the season ranked sixth in the Big South Conference... Posted a team-high 88 blocks on the season, posting a career-high six blocks in three separate matches... Finished with 331.5 points, which was second best on the team, 243 kills, 90 digs and an attack percentage of .236... Ended the season with career-highs of 10 digs against Gardner-Webb, 12 kills versus South Carolina State and an attack percentage of .600 against North Carolina A&T... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.
High School: Honor roll student for the past three years and has been a main contributor to her team... Helped her team to winning seasons and received the Athletic Award as a freshman, sophomore and junior... Her freshman year, she was pulled up to varsity for the North Coast Section championships... Was named first team All-league her sophomore and junior years... Her junior year, she registered 300 blocks and 196 kills.