CONWAY, S.C. -- De'Angelo Henderson had 135 yards rushing, including a 30-yard touchdown, Ryan Granger made a Coastal Carolina single-game record four field goals and the Chanticleers beat Hampton 26-7 on Saturday.
Coastal Carolina (10-2) had four interceptions, including two by Kamron Summers, and its defense limited Hampton to a season-low 243 total yards.
Henderson's touchdown made it 7-0 midway through the first quarter and field goals of 26, 30 and 25 yards made it 16-0 at halftime. The Pirates (5-6) offense crossed midfield just once in the first half -- on their opening drive which stalled at the 35 before Hampton missed a 52-yard field-goal attempt.
Christian Faber-Kinney, Hampton's punter, ran 34 yards for a touchdown on a fake field goal, but Ky'Jon Tyler returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards for a score to make it 23-7 before Granger added a 20-yard FG with 2:44 to play.
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