Charleston’s Got Talent…

Beech Hill Jugglers

The Beech Hill Jugglers is comprised of students from Beech Hill Elementary and have entertained audiences all over the Lowcountry. They juggle balls, rings and clubs.

… And we want to see it! If you’ve ever been to a Citadel game then you have also had the pleasure of watching one of the many talented groups that have performed during halftime! Throughout the 2013-14 season, The Citadel Athletic Department’s marketing division brought out groups from the Charleston area and beyond to provide some in-game entertainment for our loyal Bulldogs fans.

Our performers come from all over, including local schools, dance studios, recreation groups and more! Check out this list…

West Ashley High School Band
C.E. Williams Drumline
C3 Cheer and Dance Sharks
The City of Charleston Police Pipes and Drums
The Citadel’s 2014 Summerall Guards
The City of Charleston’s Mitchell Park Double Dutch Jumpers
Local Shag Clubs dancing our State Dance, The Shag!
Dance Anatomy’s Performing and Competition team
The Citadel Rifle Legion Exhibition Drill Team
The BeechHill Elementary Juggling Team
The Georgia Irish Disc Dogs

So, Charleston…let’s see what you’ve got! If you are a member of a performance group and would like to be a part of any of the 2014-15 Citadel athletic seasons, give us a call! (843-953-6812)

Rifle Legion

The Citadel Rifle Legion Drill Team is an all-class co-educational drill team at The Citadel. Members of the Legion are essentially volunteers from the corps of cadets who wish to not only further a proficiency in drill, but also to represent the Citadel and the state of South Carolina through a developed expertise which forms from being on the team.

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