On Saturday morning, teams consisting of six to eight players gathered on mud volleyball courts to participate in the College of Charleston Student Alumni Associates’ Oozeball 2006 tournament. The tournament was held on the hand-muddied fields just off of Grimball Road on James Island, where CofC students and alumni alike participated in this stimulating combination of coed volleyball and mud wrestling. The event was a success, never ceasing to sustain its integrity as “the biggest mud-volleyball event in the nation!”

Lower King Street was closed to traffic from 1:30-8:00 p.m. on Monday to accommodate a party and Lacoste spring fashion show, in the midst of the Family Circle Cup. Clad in Lacoste’s latest spring fashions, local models recruited from CofC and CSU paraded down a runway at 248 King St. following a live tennis demonstration. The event was hosted by ESPN Commentator and former ATP Tour player Luke Jensen.

Charleston’s fourth annual Heritage Motorcycle Rally roared into Ladson fairgrounds April 7, drawing the likes of such performers as Kid Rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and naturally, the Crank County Daredevils. Bike Week will continue to delight both bikers and spectators with such attractions as the Globe of Death, music, and events like drag racing and monster truck shows until April 16.

1. Ryan Logan, from Sturgas, S.D., flies over the Globe of Death during a dangerous stunt at the Motorcycle Rally 2. Team Mohawk show their spirit with decorated T-shirts and face paint 3. A local model poses on the catwalk at the Lacoste fashion show 4. Luke Jensen interviews Suzanne Martin, of Savannah, Ga., after a brief tennis demonstration 5. Lacoste models recruited from CofC and CSU pose on the runway 6. An Oozeball participant helps a teammate to her feet in 12 inches of mud 7. 2005 Shafer Shootout Freestyle Champion James Tigue poses by his pride and joy: an 1,800-horsepower, long jump record-holding, three-time world champion 2005 Dodge with a 572 Keith Black Hemi 8. Rear View of the Week: Assless chaps in all their glory 9. Bikes lined up at Ladson Fairgrounds for bike week 10. CofC students and alumni got good and dirty at the Oozeball tournament

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