Charleston, SC (Sports Network) - Charleston Southern named former assistant
Jamey Chadwell as its new head football coach Thursday afternoon.
Chadwell succeeds Jay Mills, who he served under for five seasons from
The 35-year-old Chadwell just completed his first season as the head coach at
NCAA Division II Delta State, going 3-7. He also was the head coach for three
seasons at North Greenville from 2009-11, compiling a 20-14 record and leading
the Crusaders to the Division II quarterfinals in his final season.
At Charleston Southern, Chadwell coached receivers for two seasons and was
promoted to assistant head coach in 2006. He also served as the Buccaneers'
recruiting coordinator and was a member of the 2005 Big South championship
He was a quarterback at East Tennessee State from 1995-99, including two
years as the starter. He then was an assistant coach at his alma mater from
Charleston Southern had a 51-85 record in 10 seasons under Mills. He stepped
down earlier this month after a 5-6 season to pursue a career in athletic
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