Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Logo

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Founded in 1995, the sports department of the University of Carolina now has the mascot Chanticleer. The logo of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers symbolizes wit and resourcefulness and reflects its commitment to its history and confidence in victory.

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers: Brand overview

Founded:1995
Headquarters:
Conway, South Carolina, U.S.
Website:goccusports.com

The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers sports division, also known as the Vikes, is funded by Coastal Carolina University. It represents nineteen teams – as many sports as provided in NCAA Division I. Almost all are members of the Sun Belt Conference, except for women’s teams in lacrosse and beach volleyball, which are part of the Atlantic Sun Conference.

Until the 1960s, Chanticleers were called Trojans. When they merged with the University of South Carolina, it was decided to change the nickname to one more suitable for the university’s mascot (Gamecock). The option Chanticleers was chosen for its symbolism: it was the name of a witty and resourceful rooster from the poem “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale” by English poet Geoffrey Chaucer.

Meaning and History

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Logo History

The image of a rooster is the connecting link of all the logos of this sports department. From 1995-2001, it was not depicted in full detail. It consisted of several colored elements separated by white outlines. It had a blue-green head, a black comb, and a bronze-colored beak combined with three feathers in the tail. At the same time, the initial letter of the word “Chants” (shortened version of Coastal Carolina Chanticleers) merged with the rooster’s head, and from the connection of the letters “nt,” a long bird’s foot stretched downward.

What is Coastal Carolina Chanticleers?

The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers is a sports department that is part of Coastal Carolina University and competes in the NCAA at the Division I level in almost all sports. It represents the Sun Belt conference, but the women’s lacrosse team is part of the ASUN conference.

1995 – 2001

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Logo 1995-2001

 

2002 – 2015

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Logo 2002-2015

2016 – today

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Logo 2016-Present

Then, the designers changed the concept and depicted a fighting rooster, confidently marching according to the position of its wings. The feathers are not detailed, but it’s evident they are present: this is indicated by sharp angles and black lines. The bird looks quite menacing. Its eyes glow white, and the comb is tilted forward. Another important detail is the teeth. Artists had to add them to give the mascot the most menacing look. From 2002 to 2015, the drawing was complemented by the inscription “Coastal Carolina Chanticleers,” which was divided into three lines and executed in italic font with serifs. In 2016, it was removed, leaving only the graphic part of the logo.

Font and Colors

Coastal Carolina Chanticleerss color codes

Caribbean CurrentHex color:#006f71
RGB:0 111 113
CMYK:100 2 0 56
Pantone:PMS 7718 C
ChamoiseeHex color:#a27752
RGB:162 119 82
CMYK:0 27 49 36
Pantone:PMS 4645 C
BlackHex color:#000000
RGB:0 0 0
CMYK:0 0 0 100
Pantone:PMS Process Black C