Cobra Bytes - Nov. 5 - Nov. 11

Monday, November 5 - Sunday, November 11

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Cobra Spotlight

The "Cobra Spotlight" is a weekly highlight of a student-athlete at Coker College. Each week we take a different athlete from a different sport and display some facets to get more familiar with them. This week we take a look at Daniel Jackson, a member of the men's soccer team. Read more…

Men’s Soccer

  • This week’s matches:
    • None
  • Last week’s matches:
    • Conference Carolinas Tournament Quarterfinals- Queens (L) – 2-1
  • The men’s soccer season came to an end last week. The Cobras finished the year going 12-4-1 overall and 8-1-1 in conference. They won the Conference Carolinas regular season title for the second consecutive year and placed seven players on the All-Conference teams. Paul Leese was named conference coach of the year, Niko Tirkkonen was named player of the year and James Sweeney was named defensive player of the year. Carlos Recinos, Fernando Bedoya and Akeem Prendes were named First Team All-Conference along with Tirkkonen and Sweeney, while Alan Cuevas and Daniel Jackson were named Third Team All-Conference.

Women’s Volleyball

  • This week’s matches:
    • Saturday at 4:30 p.m. (A) – North Greenville – Conference Carolinas Tournament Quarterfinals
  • Last week’s matches:
    • Belmont Abbey (L) – 3-0
    • Emmanuel (L) – 3-1
    • Converse (W) – 3-2
  • The women’s volleyball team closed out the regular season portion of their schedule last week with a 3-2 win over Converse. The victory gave the Cobras the No. 3 seed in the East Division and punched their ticket to the conference tournament for the first time in five years. The Cobras will take on the No. 2 seed from the West Division, North Greenville, in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.

Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

  • This week’s meet:
    • None
  • Last week’s meet:
    • NCAA Southeast Regional – Women- 27th, Men – 23rd
  • The cross country teams completed their season last week at the NCAA Southeast Regional Meet. Josh Peterson led the men, placing 43rd overall with a time of 33:34, while Naomi Watson was the leader for the women at 27:01.

Men’s Golf

  • This week’s tournaments:
    • None
  • Last week’s tournament:
    • Matt Dyes Invitational- 4 of 8
  • Last week the nationally ranked No. 8 Cobra men’s golf team completed their fall season with a fourth place finish at the Matt Dyes Invitational. In their four fall tournaments the Cobras did not finish below fifth.

Women’s Basketball

  • This week’s games:
    • Friday at 6:00 p.m. (A) – Carson-Newman – SAC/Conf. Carolinas Challenge @ Lincoln Memorial Univ.
    • Saturday at 6:00 p.m. (A) – Lincoln Memorial - SAC/Conf. Carolinas Challenge @ Lincoln Memorial Univ.
  • Last week’s games:
    • Tennessee- (L) – 118-44
  • This week the Cobra women will open the regular season portion of their schedule at the SAC/Conference Carolinas Challenge at Lincoln Memorial University. Coker will take on two future SAC opponents, Carson-Newman (Friday) and Lincoln Memorial (Saturday).

Men’s Basketball

  • This week’s games:
    • None
  • Last week’s games:
    • Campbell (L) – 71-65
  • After a tough 71-65 loss to Division I Campbell, the Cobra men will have another week off before beginning their regular season schedule on Saturday, Nov. 17 at Limestone College.