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  1. Top Charleston recruit cleared by NCAA

    Diamond Leung

    Charleston freshman Adjehi Baru, the 6-foot-9 native of the Ivory Coast who is ESPNU's No. 59 recruit in the 2011 class, has been cleared to play by the NCAA, the school announced Thursday. Baru's academic record had come under scrutiny and left h...

    Blog | October 20, 2011
  2. Top-100 recruits waiting on NCAA clearance

    Diamond Leung

    Practices might be in full swing, but for a couple of top-100 recruits looking to make a significant impact on their teams, there is uncertainty as they wait for the NCAA to rule on their academic eligibility. Arizona State guard Jahii Carson and ...

    Blog | October 19, 2011
  3. Globetrotters select Andrew Goudelock

    Diamond Leung

    Andrew Goudelock, the Southern Conference player of the year from Charleston, has hopes of going from mid-major school to the NBA. He was the nation's fifth-leading scorer as a senior, showing the offensive firepower it took to possibly make it at th...

    Blog | June 22, 2011
  4. Wofford has a plan for Jimmer Fredette

    Diamond Leung

    It's no secret how Wofford plans to attack BYU on offense, as Terriers coach Mike Young has watched only film of the five games the Cougars have played since losing top post player Brandon Davies to suspension. Wofford can feed the ball inside to Noa...

    Blog | March 14, 2011
  5. Charleston Cougars' Andrew Goudelock finds inspiration from cance...

    Diamond Leung

    Andrew Goudelock was named after an uncle who died of cancer at age 19. Goudelock, who recently became Charleston's all-time leading scorer, knows he has a proud legacy to live up to.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2011