Articles by Sam Oleksak

On a cold January evening in the winter of 2004, Sam Oleksak realized his dream. As a mere fourth grader, he had the chance to announce a high school basketball game for his hometown television station. In the hopes of one day becoming a sports pundit, Sam began at Cisternyard News in Fall 2014. He now serves as the Sports Editor on staff and also makes frequent appearances on Cisternyard Radio.


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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 signed a four-year contract extension that runs through the 2019 season. Lundy has led the Cougars to 19 winning seasons in his 29 seasons as head coach, including five conference championships and five NCAA Tournament…

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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 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament on Friday night, Universitry of North Carolina Wilmington defeated the College for the third time this season (66-64) in the Quarter Finals. Charleston’s (17-14, 8-10) first half sharpshooting built a 37-21 lead…

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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 bring the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship and the thrill of March Madness to Charleston,” CAA commissioner Tom Yeager said. “Charleston has long been considered one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. Our…

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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 ECU. ECU’s zone defense proved no match in the early going. After missing their previous game with an ankle injury, Jarrell Brantley scored the first six points of the game to help the Cougars open…

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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 won the Leonard B. Fowle Trophy awarded to the best team at the national championships for the sixth time in school history. With six titles, the College trails only the U.S. Naval Academy (10) and…

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