College of Charleston Cougars baseball

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College of Charleston Cougars
Founded:
College of Charleston Cougars athletic logo

University College of Charleston
Conference CAA
Location Charleston, SC
Head Coach Monte Lee (6th year)
Home Stadium CofC Baseball Stadium at Patriot's Point
(Capacity: 2,000)
Nickname Cougars
Colors

Maroon and White and Gold

                   
NCAA Regional Champions
2006, 2014
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014
Conference Tournament Champions
SoCon: 2006
CAA: 2014
For information on all College of Charleston sports, see College of Charleston Cougars

The College of Charleston Cougars baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, USA.[1] The team is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. The team plays its home games at CofC Baseball Stadium at Patriot's Point in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The Cougars are currently coached by Monte Lee, a former player at Charleston.

History[edit]

The College of Charleston baseball team has been a member of NCAA Division I since 1991. The Cougars have won five regular season conference titles and two conference tournament championships, one in the Southern Conference (2006) and one in the Colonial Athletic Association (2014). The Cougars have appeared in the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament six times, most recently in 2014. They have advanced to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament twice (2006, 2014), accounting for their deepest postseason run. Charleston has produced 27 college All-Americans and 57 professional players, including their highest draft pick, Brett Gardner. Since 2003, the College of Charleston has the 15th best winning percentage in all of Division I baseball.[2]

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Major League Baseball[edit]

The College of Charleston has had 51 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[3]

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