Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
Until the mid-1960s Coastal's teams were known as the Trojans. Upon its affiliation with the University of South Carolina, the push was made for a mascot more in line with the parent's mascot; the ultimate choice was the Chanticleer, the proud, witty rooster made famous in "The Nun's Priest's Tale" of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. When Coastal became an independent university in 1993, despite some calls for "a complete split from USC", the Chanticleer remained the school's mascot.
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