October 16, 2011

Cobra Bytes- Your Source for Everything Involving Coker Athletics This Week

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Women's Soccer

  • This week's games:
    • Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. (A)- Barton
    • Saturday at 4:30 p.m. (H) – Lees-McRae “Kick for Ta-Tas”
  • Last week's results:
    • Converse – 3-0 (L)
    • Limestone - 4-1 (L)
  • The Coker women have a big week of games ahead of them with two Conference Carolinas matches, including their first ever breast cnacer awareness game known as the “Kick for Ta-Tas”. The “Kick for Ta-Tas” will be held at Coker on Saturday, Oct. 22 when the Cobras take on Lees-McRae College at 4:30 p.m. As part of the “Kick for Ta-Tas” the women are selling special t-shirts for $10 with all proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. If you are interested in pre-ordering your very own “Kick for Ta-Tas” t-shirt you can contact head coach Dan Muns at dmuns@coker.edu or assistant coach Jackie DeNova at jdenova@coker.edu.

Men's Soccer

  • This week's games:
    • Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. (A)- Barton
    • Saturday at 7:00 p.m. (H) – Lees-McRae
  • Last week's results:
    • Lander – 3-2 (W)
    • Limestone – 1-0 (W)
  • The Cobra men earned their first nationally ranking of the season last week, taking the No. 11 spot in the NSCAA National Poll. In addition to their national ranking the Cobras also received a No. 2 Southeast regional ranking. The men successfully defended their national ranking with a pair of wins, including staying perfect in Conference Carolinas play and extending their winning streak to 11 consecutive matches. This week they face two challenging conference opponents in Barton College on Wednesday and Lees-McRae College on Saturday.

Volleyball

  • This week's matches:
    • Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. (A) – St. Andrews
    • Thursday at 7:00 p.m. (A) – Fayetteville State
  • Last week’s results:
    • King – 3-1 (L)
    • North Greenville – 3-2 (W)
  • The Coker volleyball team snapped an eight match losing streak last week with a 3-2 win over North Greenville. The Cobras will continue their five match road stint with two more matches away from the friendly confines of Timberlake-Lawton this week. The first will be just up Hwy. 15 at St. Andrews University on Wednesday and then the Cobras will travel up I-95 to take on Fayetteville State on Friday night.

Cross Country

  • This week's meets:
    • Friday (A)- Conference Carolinas Championships in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Last week’s results:
    • Royals Cross Country Challenge – Men- 14 of 19, Women 17 of 21
  • Last week the Cobras had a couple of very good showings at the Royals Cross Country Challenge in order to prepare them for this week’s Conference Carolinas Championship, which will be held on the same course in Charlotte. According to head coach Kevin Kelley, “Both teams are very excited to return to the course for another great race.”

Women’s Golf

  • This week’s tournaments:
    • Monday- Tuesday (A)- Patsy Rendelman Invitational in Salisbury, N.C.
  • This week the Cobra women tee it up for their last tournament of their fall season. Last season they finished 15th at the Rendelman Invitational.
 

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