College of Charleston Head Men's Basketball Coach Announces retirement
College of Charleston men's basketball head coach Bobby Cremins announced his retirement in a press conference held on Monday afternoon at TD Arena. The 64-year-old coach spent six seasons with the Cougars amassing the third-most coaching victories in school history with a 125-68 record and leading them to the quarterfinals of the Postseason NIT after capturing the Southern Conference regular-season title in 2011. Prior to his announcement, Cremins ranked 14th among active NCAA Division I coaches in career victories which currently stands as the 46th-most all-time in NCAA history. With College of Charleston taking on some new coaching we might see some change in the way the team plays and perhaps next season the Apps will stand a better chance against the Cougars. Cremins says "Being able to come back to coaching here at The College has truly been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,"