Tennis
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, in Isle of Palms. The assistant at the time, Arron Spencer, had come over to the courts to watch the kids play, so I met him and that’s how I learnt about the College of...
Men's and Women's Tennis finish runners-up in CAA Tournaments

Men’s and Women’s Tennis finish runners-up in CAA Tournaments

The No. 2 seeded Charleston men’s tennis team and the No. 2 seeded women’s tennis team both fell in their CAA championship matches over the weekend. Both squads lost to No. 1 seeded UNC Wilmington on the campus of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va. MEN: Wilmington 4, Charleston 0 The men’s team was ousted...
EIGHT FOR EIGHT: Kelly Kambourelis becomes a model of success for Charleston women's tennis

EIGHT FOR EIGHT: Kelly Kambourelis becomes a model of success for Charleston women’s tennis

During the final eight weeks of the spring semester, CisternYard Sports will be releasing a feature story each week on a student athlete at the College of Charleston that our sports staff thinks you should know. This week, we highlight senior standout Kelly Kambourelis of the women’s tennis team. It is not often that you...

Men’s tennis continues in SoCon Tournament as No 1 seed

The No. 1 ranked College of Charleston men’s tennis team make their way to the Southern Conference Tournament Finals on Sunday, April 21st. Tom Delme, Kyle Parker, and Crescente Lesser were the singles winners for the Cougars to advance to the finals of the SoCon Tournament. Senior Delme played the pinnacle match and after a...

Cougars in the SoCon Finals

The College of Charleston (24-5) women’s tennis team blazes a winning trail though the Southern Conference Tournament. Today during the semifinals the women were able to take down the No 3 seed Furman, 5-0. This was the first time the two teams have met in semifinals of the SoCon Tournament. Cougar victors, in the singles...

Cougar Challenge a win for Men’s Tennis

The Cougars closed their fall season with a bang this past weekend at the Cougar Challenge as they took on opponents from Jacksonville University, Wofford, and Presbyterian. Throughout the tournament, only Bryan Roberts (Charlotte, N.C.) remained undefeated, though the entire team contributes wins to ensure the competition championship. The first day of the tournament saw...
Frightful Halloween Challenge scares up some wins

Frightful Halloween Challenge scares up some wins

The cougars were able to walk away from a successful weekend with six out of a possible ten wins to their name. The Frightful Halloween Challenge was a boon to the women’s tennis as they’ve struggled to overcome a spattering of illnesses and injuries as well as trying to introduce a number of new players...

Six victories for Men’s Tennis CofC Invitational

Home court advantage this weekend helped lift the men’s tennis team to two doubles victories and four singles wins. The cougars came out on top against Gardner Webb. Senior Mickael Trintignac (Le Cannet, France) was one of three players to play in both events and come out undefeated: first easily handing a defeat to Adam...

Men’s tennis has tough weekend at the USTA/ITA Carolina Regionals

The men’s tennis team had a tough weekend at the UNC’s. Seniors Mickael Trintignac (Le Cannet, France) and Tom Delme (Hamoir, Belgium) as well as sophomore transfers Brice Allanic (Colombes, France) and Crescente Lesser (Santiago, Chile) were there to represent the school against the formidable opponents of UNC, Davidson, USC, Campbell, Duke and Furman. Though...
Cougars claim four titles at CofC Invitational

Cougars claim four titles at CofC Invitational

The College of Charleston took three of five doubles titles and added a singles title at the CofC Invitational at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant on Sept. 18. Katie Lee took Charleston’s individual title when she beat teammate Kelly Kambourelis, 6-3, 7-6 (4) to win the A3 flight championship. Jenny Falcone and Samantha Maddox, who...
Men's Tennis opens the season at Eastern Carolina

Men’s Tennis opens the season at Eastern Carolina

After a long, three-day weekend at the ECU Fall Shootout, the men’s tennis team came home with 14 wins under their belt out of a possible 21. Facing rain at East Carolina’s River Burch tennis center, much of the tournament was held indoors, forcing some matches to be cut short or canceled. While this wasn’t...