Women’s Basketball

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Jackson ushers in new campaign of Charleston women’s basketball

Much like the men’s team, the College of Charleston women’s basketball team is ushering in a new era led by a first-year head coach. Duke University assistant coach Candice M. Jackson was named the seventh head coach in Charleston women’s history last April. Jackson replaces Natasha Adair, who compiled a 35-31 record over her two seasons…

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Candace Jackson introduced as the new women’s basketball head coach

A new era has begun in Charleston women’s basketball history. On Tuesday afternoon, Candace Jackson was officially introduced at TD Arena as the seventh women’s basketball head coach in school history. Formerly an assistant coach at Duke University, Jackson, 31, follows Natasha Adair, who departed for the same position at Georgetown University earlier this month….

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Natasha Adair accepts head coaching position at Georgetown

After leading the Charleston women’s basketball team to back-to-back postseasons, head coach Natasha Adair has accepted the head coaching position at Georgetown University. Adair reenergized the women’s basketball program, going 35-31 in her two seasons with the Cougars. She took over a team that went 7-23 in the year prior to her arrival, going 16-16…

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Second half comeback falls short for Charleston Women in WBI semifinals, closes book on memorable season

An old saying goes, “that’s just the way the ball bounces.” For freshman Breanna Bolden, that bounce just so happened to be at the most crucial moment in the game. The women’s basketball team dropped a heartbreaker to Stephen F. Austin University, 78-74, on Thursday night at TD Arena in the semifinal round of the…

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