July 2, 2014
CONWAY - The Coastal Carolina University Department of Athletics announced the second annual Chauncey's Night 5k will be held Friday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. on its Conway campus. The inaugural race had over 500 runners taking over campus with the start and finish occurring at the home of Coastal Carolina's nationally ranked football program, Brooks Stadium. A new addition to this year's race, the finish line will be on the field inside Brooks Stadium and runners will be able to see themselves cross the line on the 36'x20' video board.
Runners will receive a football game ticket voucher, glow-in-the-dark t-shirt (while supplies last, late registrations are not guaranteed a t-shirt), participant's medal, glow sticks and a race bib. Bringing your own glow sticks and costumes is always encouraged. Awards will be given out for the various age groups. This fun run is open to runners of all ages and abilities. Join fans, faculty, staff, CCU students and families as everyone enjoys campus and this unique course.
The ticket voucher is good for one free admission into a CCU football game vs. either Charleston Southern (Oct. 25-Homecoming) or Monmouth (Nov. 15). The ticket voucher can be used by an adult or a youth. Seat location is based on availability.
CCU students already receive free tickets to all CCU home football games so they will not receive a football ticket voucher as part of their race packet.
Registration costs for individuals are $25 before Sept. 13 and $30 from Sept. 13 till race day. Costs for CCU Faculty/Staff are $20 prior to Sept. 13 and $25 from Sept. 13 till race day. CCU students can register for just $10 prior to Aug. 23 and are just $15 from Aug. 23 till race day.
All registrations must be done online HERE.
To see a map of the course click here.
Race packet pick-up will be available Thursday, October 2 from noon to 9 p.m. and Friday, October 3 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside The HTC Center on the campus of CCU. You can also pick up your packet starting at 6 p.m. at Brooks Stadium on Friday, October 3.