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October 31, 2019

Women’s rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in America when it comes to playing and attendance. Rugby is on the rise nationally and here at Coastal Carolina University as a club sport.  

According to The National Small College Rugby Organization, the game of rugby was invented in 1823 in London by William Webb Ellis. Women’s rugby teams w...

October 30, 2019

On Friday, Oct. 25, Coastal Carolina women’s volleyball hosted Texas State University in the HTC Center.  

Coastal was able to take an early lead in the first match but was unable to secure the win. TSU took the first match, 23-25.  

There was an increase of tension in the second match. Ani Bozdeva secured a block at 20-22, getting the ball for Coasta...

October 30, 2019

On Friday, Oct. 25, the Coastal Carolina Women’s Soccer team travelled to Arkansas State to face the Razorbacks.  

During the first half of the game, there was a constant back and forth between both teams. Coastal’s Mackenzie Gibbs, junior midfielder, was the first to claim a shot on goal, but the ball was saved by ASU goalie, Megan McClure....

October 28, 2019

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Coastal Carolina Student Health Services will be teaming up with the Carolina Forest chapter of the American Red Cross for CCU’s monthly blood drive. 

For those who cannot donate blood on the 29, there will be another blood drive on Nov. 7, at the same time and location as the first. 

The blood drive bus will be present from 10:30 a.m....

October 25, 2019

The current president of Coastal Carolina University is David A. DeCenzo, who plans to retire in 2021.

He began serving as president on May 7, 2007 and announced his retirement plans last year. When the announcement was released, CCU’s Board of Trustees approved the creation of a presidential search committee to begin the process of finding the next president.

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