Swimming & Diving
Athletic department to eliminate varsity swimming & diving program

Athletic department to eliminate varsity swimming & diving program

In a late day meeting on Thursday afternoon, Director of Athletics Joe Hull announced the impending cut of both the College of Charleston men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs, effective following the 2014-2015 season. The athletes were told by Hull that $1.5 million was needed to repair the faulty heating and ventilation system at...
EIGHT FOR EIGHT: Sarah Boyle shatters multiple swimming records during her career at Charleston

EIGHT FOR EIGHT: Sarah Boyle shatters multiple swimming records during her career at Charleston

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 Sarah Boyle from the women’s swimming and diving team. The success that the women’s...
Cougars Swimming & Diving makes a splash at CAA Championships

Cougars Swimming & Diving makes a splash at CAA Championships

The College of Charleston Swimming & Diving Team competed in the 2014 Colonial Athletic Association Championship this past week in College Park, Md. It was the first championship for the Cougars in their new conference, which boasts eight teams. The men’s team finished sixth overall, while the women’s squad finished seventh. UNC Wilmington won the...
Senior Spotlight: Swimming Captains Dave Sherrier and Meredith Smith

Senior Spotlight: Swimming Captains Dave Sherrier and Meredith Smith

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams at the College of Charleston are a tight knit group. From 6 a.m. practices to long bus rides to and from meets, the team truly becomes a family. Four years of endless laps during early morning sessions at the Stern Center pool is what these swimmers come...

Video: CofC vs. Gardner-Webb Senior Night Swim Meet 2013

The Cougar’s Swimming and Diving team hosted the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs on Jan. 18 and 19. For CofC senior’s, this marked their last home meet swim. On Saturday, the Men’s team sealed a 176-171 point victory with the 400-meter Freestyle, while the women fell 176.5-167.5. Diver’s easily swept the competition as Gardner-Webb didn’t partake. CYV sport’s...