Monday, December 18, 2006

CofC hits blackjack in Myrtle Beach, beating the Chanticleers by 21!

The College of Charleston (5-6) notched another win tonight defeating the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, 70 to 49. In the 41st meeting between the two schools, the Cougars shot a season high 50% from the field and controlled the boards 45-22. The College has won the last 8 meetings and 11 of the last 12 meetings between the two schools. Coach Cremins is now 5-0 (lifetime) against Coastal Carolina. (Photo compliments of How Stuff Works)

From the Den
David Lawrence scored 17-points, and Marcus Hammond put 11-points on the board to help bring the Cougars their 2nd straight win. Jermaine Johnson muscled 9-points and brought down 13-boards as the Cougs established dominance. Philip McCandies and Dontaye Draper both scored 7-points in the win. The Cougs led by 13-points at the half (36-23) and after a 10-1 run in the 2nd half, led by 20. The College would led by as much as 25 in the 2nd, as they scored 34 points to the Chanticleers 26 in the final half. Coastal Carolina shot 32.7% from the field and 3 of 16 from behind the arc.
Nice Show Cougs! Chanticleers, thanks for playing!


Anonymous said...

It was good to see Josh Jackson back on the court!

Anonymous said...

I was at the game. Although a little bit bigger than their normal gym, the Coastal Crowd could never get into the game. The Cougs looked great!

Anonymous said...

Could Dontaye been in more foul trouble? Good grief. The Cougs didn't play their game the entire 60 minutes, they got sloppy. Tony White and others turned the ball over way too much, luckily Coastal can't shoot worth a hoot!