Club Sports
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 throwers take a step up from that, and make it competitive. The 1970s produced a lot of great things, like hacky sacks, video games and a competitive game of Frisbee. Although the word “Frisbee” is...
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 choose to bask in the almost never-ending sunlight, one group of College of Charleston students prefers the blustery conditions of an icy snow-rink. The adrenaline filled, action packed game of ice hockey is alive and...
'Mahalo' from the CofC Surf Club

‘Mahalo’ from the CofC Surf Club

Kowabunga! It’s time to get stoked, CofC students, because the Surf Club is looking for some gnarly people to hit the waves of Folly Beach. Whether you are a “kook” (beginner), or a professional surf champion, the Surf Club has a board waiting for you. Surf Club president Will Wittich, a senior at the College,...
Hockey drops season opener to Kennesaw State

Hockey drops season opener to Kennesaw State

The College of Charleston hockey team dropped their season opener to Kennesaw State University, 3-2, at the Carolina Ice Palace in North Charleston. Kennesaw State came out with a flurry of action in the offensive zone and put pressure on the Cougars. KSU got on the board first with a power-play goal four minutes into...
25 Years of Charleston Crew

25 Years of Charleston Crew

With the city of Charleston still asleep, the College of Charleston crew team takes to its boats, launching them by flashlights and the vocal instructions of coaches. Most mornings, the team is lucky to have still and untouched water, making their job easier. Both men and women rowers bundle up in jackets, sweatshirts and hats...
Charleston Hockey takes on Fire Department to benefit Multiple Sclerosis Society

Charleston Hockey takes on Fire Department to benefit Multiple Sclerosis Society

The College of Charleston hockey team concluded their season on Saturday by hosting the City of Charleston Fire Department in a charity game at the Carolina Ice Palace in North Charleston. All proceeds of the game were donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, who funds research to create treatments, preventions and a cure for...
Rock Climbing: A Mental Sport

Rock Climbing: A Mental Sport

Some people move mountains, other people climb them. Brynn Saintclair Keenan is a junior biochemistry major at the College of Charleston and is also the president of the newly formed Climbing Club on campus. Keenan grew up around the Charleston area, and started climbing at the Climbing Wall at James Island County Park. From there, Keenan developed her passion for...
New club at the College catches a few waves

New club at the College catches a few waves

The feeling of warm sand between the toes. The sun beating down on perspiring skin. Reading a textbook with the calming sound of waves crashing in the background. Some students can’t think of a better way to go to college than to attend a school that’s just a few miles from the beach. For students...
Video: CofC Ice Hockey

Video: CofC Ice Hockey

CisternYard Video journalist Jade Goodenow catches up with the College of Charleston’s Club Ice Hockey team as they begin practicing for the upcoming 2012 season. Their first home game is Friday Sept.28 v. UNC Chapel Hill at the Carolina Ice Palace in North Charleston. There will be a free shuttle for students from the Stern...

Crew finishes a rough season with a bang

The College of Charleston Crew team, though suffering a tough match at the Head of the Hooch, made a spectacular rebound at this year’s Head of the South. With the season being prefaced by a myriad of issues, namely the sudden absence of the men’s captain, the first regatta of the season proved tough for...

CofC Water Sports Club

CTV’s own Sam Rahe hits the waves with the College’s water sports club.

CofC Swimming and Diving Preview

CTV reporter Jade Goodenow meets with the the swimming and diving team from the College of Charleston.