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Cameron Johnson pursues his basketball breakthrough

Cameron Johnson may not have won the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot, but he undoubtedly drew the winning number at the genetic lottery. Culminating at a dizzying 6’4”, Johnson, 19, has inherited from a fine-tuned combination of his parents’ genes. His father is a former NFL player, Mario Johnson, of the Cleveland Browns, New York Jets…

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From the North with Love, Ice Hockey Taking Shape in Chucktown

Charleston, South Carolina: known for its temperate climate, historic houses, and tranquility of a small southern city. While most people choose to bask in the almost never-ending sunlight, one group of College of Charleston students prefers the blustery conditions of an icy snow-rink. The adrenaline filled, action packed game of ice hockey is alive and…

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Buoyed by Barry’s 27, Cougars win fourth straight

The College of Charleston men’s basketball team matched their best start since 2011-12 season (6-2) with their 77-73 victory over ECU. ECU’s zone defense proved no match in the early going. After missing their previous game with an ankle injury, Jarrell Brantley scored the first six points of the game to help the Cougars open…

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C of C women’s basketball top Appalachian State

The College of Charleston women’s basketball team faced Appalachian State at home Wed. night. Bolstered by a career high 16 points from Darien Huff, the Cougars defeated Appalachian State (60-50). The victory snapped Charleston’s 10 game losing streak against Appalachian State. After winning their three of their last four the team is off to their best start…

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LSU, Ben Simmons square off with College of Charleston

Ever since the National Basketball Association prohibited players from jumping straight from high school to the league in 2006, the nation’s top recruits have had to play one year in college prior to making the jump to the pros. This year’s top recruit is Ben Simmons. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Simmons began playing basketball at…

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Career-highs from Barry, Johnson leads CofC past SC State

“The atmosphere of TD Arena was just unbelievable tonight,” junior guard Canyon Barry said after scoring a career high 31 points in Friday night’s home opener. “The fans came out and supported us. It was a total team effort.” Led by career highs from Barry and Cameron Johnson, the College defeated South Carolina State (74-54)…

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