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Martial Arts and MMA: Not all bloody knuckles and black eyes

Martial Arts and MMA: Not all bloody knuckles and black eyes

Ronda Rousey, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Women’s Bantamweight Champion, was born with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, …

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Pitching from one Helvey to the next

Pitching from one Helvey to the next

According to the NCAA, there is a 6.1 percent chance that a baseball player in high school will make it …

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Don’t ruck with Rugby

Don’t ruck with Rugby

College of Charleston’s Women’s Rugby team, affectionately referred to across the club rugby nation as ‘Sexiest Team in the South,’ …

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Flying disk jocks: The ultimate athletes

Flying disk jocks: The ultimate athletes

There is no activity more synonymous with the college experience than throwing a Frisbee around the quad. Some more gifted …

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Katherine Schofield aims to top off her remarkable college career

Katherine Schofield aims to top off her remarkable college career

Katherine Schofield remembers how it all started, dating back to January 2013. “I was already training here with the coach, …

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The College signs Coach Lundy to a Four Year Extension

The College signs Coach Lundy to a Four Year Extension

College of Charleston Director of Athletics Joe Hull announced on Tuesday that head coach of men’s soccer Ralph Lundy has …

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Cougars Split Series With UCSB in an Unpredictable Way

Cougars Split Series With UCSB in an Unpredictable Way

The No. 24 ranked College of Charleston baseball team faced the No. 12 University of California, Santa Barbara in a series that …

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Philly Fans rejoice: Nova is the National Champion

Philly Fans rejoice: Nova is the National Champion

The Villanova Wildcats are the 2016 NCAA Tournament champions, following a dramatic (77-74) victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels. …

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Softball Sizzling in Conference play

Softball Sizzling in Conference play

The College of Charleston Women’s Softball (21-11, 2-1) entered the three-game Easter weekend matchup against Delaware riding a six game …

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Baseball Begins CAA Season by Sweeping Delaware

Baseball Begins CAA Season by Sweeping Delaware

Aided by the return of two key players to the lineup, the College of Charleston baseball team (17-7, 3-0 CAA) …

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Sunday’s Win saves the Cougars from a VCU sweep

Sunday’s Win saves the Cougars from a VCU sweep

The College of Charleston baseball team hosted Virginia Commonwealth University over the weekend, in a series in which the Cougars …

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Grant Is Here to Stay!

Grant Is Here to Stay!

Head Coach of the College of Charleston basketball team, Earl Grant, signed a two-year extension on Thursday afternoon through the …

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Cougar Baseball wins eighth in a row

Cougar Baseball wins eighth in a row

With the win on Sunday against Mercer University, the College of Charleston baseball team has won its eighth game in a …

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Yes, the Warriors will break the Bulls’ record

Yes, the Warriors will break the Bulls’ record

The Golden State Warriors’ current extraordinariness has not won them back-to-back championships (yet?), but it has already achieved the feat …

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UNC Wilmington ends Charleston’s season

UNC Wilmington ends Charleston’s season

The College of Charleston Men’s Basketball season concluded on Saturday night. After defeating Delaware in the first round of the …

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Senior Send-off Turns to Senior Show Out

Senior Send-off Turns to Senior Show Out

The College of Charleston Cougars hosted the University of North Carolina at Wilmington Seahawks Wednesday night at TD Arena. The …

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Bolden Bolstering the Backcourt

Bolden Bolstering the Backcourt

It is almost impossible to talk about College of Charleston Women’s Basketball without talking about Bre Bolden. While the junior …

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Cougars lose fourth in a row in finale

Cougars lose fourth in a row in finale

The College of Charleston men’s basketball regular season ended in defeat at Hofstra (72-63) on Saturday. The Hofstra Pride (22-8, …

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Heath, Cougars win two of three to open the season

Heath, Cougars win two of three to open the season

Friday marked the long awaited start to the college baseball season. Opening day at the College introduced the Matt Heath era, …

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William & Mary surges past the College

William & Mary surges past the College

The Cougars fell to the Tribe on Sunday in a heated matchup in Women’s Basketball. Both teams rode a losing …

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Opening Day: Charleston starts season against Nebraska

Opening Day: Charleston starts season against Nebraska

The College of Charleston baseball team will begin the 2016 season this Friday (4 p.m.) when they host the Nebraska …

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2017-19 CAA Tournament comes to Charleston

2017-19 CAA Tournament comes to Charleston

The Colonial Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Championship is headed to the North Charleston Coliseum next season. “We are excited to …

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Charleston Women’s Basketball Captures Fourth Win in Last Five Behind Supporting Cast

Charleston Women’s Basketball Captures Fourth Win in Last Five Behind Supporting Cast

The Cougars finished their season series with the Drexel Dragons on Sunday afternoon in a nip and tuck game. Both …

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Homecoming Heroes Dominate Drexel

Homecoming Heroes Dominate Drexel

A rematch of the Drexel Dragons’ (3-20, 1-11) only conference win on the season, the College of Charleston was keen …

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Cardiac Cougars cash in another comeback

Cardiac Cougars cash in another comeback

College of Charleston rallied from down twenty points in the second half to defeat the Northeastern Huskies in overtime, 68-61. …

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Faculty Senate Calls Rare Budget Meeting

Faculty Senate Calls Rare Budget Meeting

On Tuesday, the faculty senate of the College of Charleston convened for the first time in many years to discuss …

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Cameron Johnson pursues his basketball breakthrough

Cameron Johnson pursues his basketball breakthrough

Cameron Johnson may not have won the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot, but he undoubtedly drew the winning number at the …

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From the North with Love, Ice Hockey Taking Shape in Chucktown

From the North with Love, Ice Hockey Taking Shape in Chucktown

Charleston, South Carolina: known for its temperate climate, historic houses, and tranquility of a small southern city. While most people …

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Unheralded Underhanders

Unheralded Underhanders

Canyon Barry will miss the remainder of the season to receive surgery on his non-shooting shoulder. Despite that unfortunate news, …

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How my French university is embracing the U.S. college sports ideal

How my French university is embracing the U.S. college sports ideal

With some fellow French exchange students in the U.S., I did a road-trip throughout the American West over the winter …

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Charleston Women’s Drops Fifth Straight

Charleston Women’s Drops Fifth Straight

On Friday night the College of Charleston faced a tough conference opponent in Delaware.  Their meeting was the first of …

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Cougars’ Comeback Comes up short

Cougars’ Comeback Comes up short

Charleston lost its second game in a row in heartbreaking fashion on Wed. night, as William & Mary overcame the Cougars’ …

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Charleston Drops Close One to Hofstra

Charleston Drops Close One to Hofstra

In the College of Charleston women’s basketball team’s first home game since December 22nd, the Cougars had a tough match up …

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Buoyed by Barry’s 27, Cougars win fourth straight

Buoyed by Barry’s 27, Cougars win fourth straight

The College of Charleston men’s basketball team matched their best start since 2011-12 season (6-2) with their 77-73 victory over …

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Semester in review : the top five stories you don’t want to miss

Semester in review : the top five stories you don’t want to miss

On the off chance you weren’t checking cisternyard.com in all your free time this semster, you may have missed some …

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C of C women’s basketball top Appalachian State

C of C women’s basketball top Appalachian State

The College of Charleston women’s basketball team faced Appalachian State at home Wed. night. Bolstered by a career high 16 …

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Racing to Rio: Sailors Suit Up for the Summer Games

Racing to Rio: Sailors Suit Up for the Summer Games

The College of Charleston sailing team has a storied history of success that spans the globe. In 2014-15, the College …

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C of C stuns LSU

C of C stuns LSU

The College of Charleston picked up biggest win of the Earl Grant era Monday night, defeating LSU 70-58. A capacity …

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