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February 02, 2019

Keziah Everett is known best for his abilities on the football field, but the former Farmville Central gridiron star and East Carolina signee also has another talent: shot put.

Standing at 6-foot-2 and weighing in at 315 pounds, Everett’s strength and size have helped bring him success in the…


January 31, 2019

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued public support Thursday for East Carolina football, which sparked more banter about scheduling difficulties between the Pirates and Virginia Tech.

Thursday’s series of statements also came one day after the Pirates added William & Mary to their…

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January 31, 2019

It came all the way down to a last-minute defensive stand for East Carolina basketball to get a much-needed second American Athletic Conference win of the season and stop a five-game losing streak on Thursday night.

Tulane left Minges Coliseum still searching for its much-needed victory.

ECU shook…


January 31, 2019

An East Carolina basketball team yearning for a second American Athletic Conference win faces a Tulane team tonight that still is looking for its first AAC victory of the season.

Tip-off in Minges Coliseum is set for 7 p.m.

Tulane (4-15, 0-7) sits in last place in the league standings and…


January 30, 2019

The breakthrough moment for Alec Burleson as a hitter and pitcher happened early in the 2018 season, when he was a freshman and served as East Carolina baseball’s starting pitcher against Campbell along with going 0-for-2 with a walk as a batter in the same game.

It was the Pirates’…


January 29, 2019

A cold fourth-quarter doomed the ECU women’s basketball team to a 57-47 loss to Wichita State on Tuesday night in Kansas.

ECU (10-10, 1-6 American Athletic Conference) was led in scoring by Lashonda Monk, who finished with 17 points on 6-of-16 shooting and hit three shots from behind the…

January 28, 2019

A theme during East Carolina baseball media day Monday afternoon was that the Pirates can’t start winning baseball games until Feb. 15.

Even then, managing expectations will be key for the Pirates given that they are ranked No. 11 in the preseason and are coming off a 44-win season in 2018…


January 27, 2019

A couple of important streaks continued this season for East Carolina swimming, which has completed its dual meet regular season and in late-February will travel to Indianapolis for the American Athletic Conference championship meet.

ECU’s men posted a 4-2 record for its 36th consecutive…


January 27, 2019

Don’t ex­pect East Carolina base­ball to com­pletely set its week­end pitch­ing ro­ta­tion un­til closer to the start of the sea­son, if not af­ter the first pitch at Clark-LeClair Sta­dium has been thrown Feb. 15 ver­sus Rad­ford.



January 26, 2019

South Florida’s thorough performance in the second half Saturday in Minges Coliseum was more than enough to wipe out the Pirates’ hot start to the game.

It also left first-year Pirate coach Joe Dooley calling the 77-57 ECU loss “a major step back.”

The visiting Bulls led by…

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