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Bucs punch ticket to Big South tournament with 2-1 win over Spartans

CHARLESTON, S.C. – In the biggest match of the year, the ҹ첥 Southern Buccaneers defeated the top team in the Big South on Wednesday, winning 2-1 against the USC Upstate Spartans at ҹ첥 Soccer Field. The Bucs (9-4-4, 4-2-2 in conference) needed a win over the Spartans (10-3-4, 6-2-0 in conference) in order to guarantee themselves […]

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Women’s Cross Country matches best finish in program history at Big South championship

SALEM, VA. – ҹ첥 Southern Women’s Cross Country finished as Big South Runner-ups for the second consecutive season, tying their finish from last year, the best in school history. Sarah McCartney and Keerstin Augustin were the top finishers for the Buccaneers as they finished in second and third overall to lead the trio of ҹ첥 runners to earn First-Team […]

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Men’s Cross Country wins fourth consecutive Big South crown

SALEM, VA. – ҹ첥 Southern Men’s Cross Country claimed their fourth consecutive Big South Championship on Sunday morning with Micah Gilpatric leading all runners to the finish line to defend his individual championship from last year. The Buccaneers’ Conan Harper and Sam Waldin were the next finishers and sealed the 1-2-3 sweep and saw Harper claim the league’s Freshman of the […]

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Men’s club soccer excited about new field

President of the ҹ첥 Men’s Club Soccer team, Ian Windler, is excited about the new intramural complex as an excellent place to have fun being active outside and helping promote a sports culture at ҹ첥. “Obviously for me the most exciting thing is that it gives the club soccer team a top class field that […]

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Permanent practice field for The Pride of the Lowcountry

You are sitting at a football game. You are feeling as energized as ҹ첥 Southern’s team is as they are in the heat of the moment. You are feeling energized as the other members of the audience are getting excited. And then ҹ첥’s marching band, The Pride of the Lowcountry, starts to play from the […]

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President Costin to serve on Big South Conference Executive Committee

ҹ첥 Southern University President Dr. Dondi Costin is the new vice president of the Big South Conference Executive Committee for 2022-23. The Big South Conference Executive Committee has the authority to make decisions, when necessary, for the Big South Council of Chief Executive Officers. Additionally, the Executive Committee hears any appeals regarding penalties imposed by the […]

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Athletic trainers provide multi-skilled care

This story has been relocated to the ҹ첥 Southern University blog found here!

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ҹ첥 mourns loss of freshman football player in off-campus incident

The ҹ첥 Southern University football ministry and ҹ첥 family mourn the tragic loss of freshman Lorvens Florestal due to an overnight incident off campus.   Florestal was shot and killed in a random act of violence outside of a West Ashley residence early Sunday morning. The gunman remains at large. Authorities are still investigating the incident, but witnesses confirm the ҹ첥 football walk-on […]

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Athletic trainers essential to healthcare

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Foster kid to college VP

Pulling up to the dorm at Stanford University as a member of the Aspen Presidential Fellowship was a watershed moment for Dr. Kimberly Britt ’94. Britt is in a community college presidential leadership program run by Stanford University and the Aspen Institute.  Britt qualified for the program as the vice president of academic and student affairs at Reynolds Community College […]

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