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ECU to Florida for NCAA tourney

East Carolina’s surging baseball team is headed back to Florida.

  • ECU hoists AAC baseball trophy

    East Carolina’s baseball players who will be gathered at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday to watch the NCAA tournament selection show will do so fresh off a championship.

  • Noles claim ACC crown

    DURHAM — Florida State sure turned things around at the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament.

  • Montoya gets 2nd Indy win

    INDIANAPOLIS — Juan Pablo Montoya insisted he had the best car in the Team Penske stable — even to his three teammates, who all believed they were legitimate contenders to win the Indianapolis 500.

  • Edwards takes Coca-Cola 600

    CONCORD — Carl Edwards won for the first time in two seasons — and the first time since joining Joe Gibbs Racing — moving in front 20 laps from the end to take the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday night.

  • ECU plays in AAC final today

    Connecticut threatened all day against Jacob Wolfe, Joe Ingle and the East Carolina baseball team, but the Pirates never wavered under pressure.

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ECU to Florida for NCAA tourney

East Carolina’s surging baseball team is headed back to Florida.

  • ECU hoists AAC baseball trophy

    East Carolina’s baseball players who will be gathered at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday to watch the NCAA tournament selection show will do so fresh off a championship.

  • ECU plays in AAC final today

    Connecticut threatened all day against Jacob Wolfe, Joe Ingle and the East Carolina baseball team, but the Pirates never wavered under pressure.

  • ECU, UH in prime spots

    There has yet to be an upset at the American Athletic Conference baseball tournament in Clearwater, Fla., leaving No. 1 seed Houston and No. 2 East Carolina as the favored teams to play in Sunday’s championship game.

  • ECU wins in ninth

    After a regular season keyed by one-run wins, East Carolina’s baseball team began play at the American Athletic Conference tournament on Wednesday by rallying for a 4-3 win against Central Florida in Clearwater, Fla.

  • ECU league schedule announced

    The American Athletic Conference announced home and away opponents for East Carolina’s basketball team on Wednesday.

Noles claim ACC crown

DURHAM — Florida State sure turned things around at the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament.

  • Slive pushes for greater exclusivity

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Southeastern Conference agenda for spring meetings leans heavily toward ensuring other leagues don’t have any competitive advantage, either from satellite camps or graduate transfers.

  • UNC receives notice of allegations

    North Carolina has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA connected to the school’s academic fraud scandal.

  • Duke, UK earn top marks in classroom

    INDIANAPOLIS — Kentucky’s men’s basketball team was nearly as perfect in the classroom in 2013-14 as it was on the basketball court last season.

  • Golson headed for FSU

    Everett Golson came close to beating Florida State with Notre Dame last year.

  • Guthridge passes away at 77

    CHAPEL HILL — The North Carolina basketball family has lost a second beloved coach in the last few months with the death of Bill Guthridge, Dean Smith’s “perfect sidekick.”Guthridge, who was Smith’s longtime assistant and later succeeded him as North Carolina’s head coach, was 77.

Falcons fall; Conley advances

WINTERVILLE — South Central’s softball team needed just one more out to escape the seventh inning and set up a chance for a walk-off win.

  • Local teams eye regional matchup

    No coaches ever want their players looking ahead on the schedule, especially in the playoffs.

  • Cooke commits to Monarchs

    Jamari Cooke always told his mother, Josette, that he would one day play football at the collegiate level. On Tuesday, Cooke delivered on his promise.

  • Roundup: DHC’s unbeaten run done

    It was an evening of firsts for the D.H. Conley girls’ soccer team.

  • Roundup: Pole vaulter wins title

    WILSON — Going into its final inning of the season, Oakwood’s baseball team was hoping to be the one to win the state championship in dramatic fashion.

  • Roundup: Vikes protect their house

    D.H. Conley softball coach Wayne Deans’ trust in sophomore Autumn Dyson paid off in a big way.

Na looking for finishing touch

FORT WORTH, Texas — The last time Kevin Na took the lead into the final round of a tournament, he faltered badly.

  • Fortune smiles for Federer in France

    PARIS — There are two distinct sounds when Roger Federer graces the courts of Roland Garros.

  • Putting puts Na on top

    FORT WORTH, Texas — Kevin Na had gone 26 holes without a bogey at Colonial before his last tee shot Friday was swept away by flowing water after going into a rain-swollen drainage culvert.

  • Goodell to hear Brady's appeal

    NEW YORK — Roger Goodell will hear Tom Brady’s appeal of his four-game suspension for his role in the deflated footballs scandal.

  • Tough draw for Nadal

    PARIS — The tennis equivalent of climbing three mountains, just to reach the Roland Garros final.

  • Judge dismisses Rice charges

    MAYS LANDING, N.J. — A judge on Thursday dismissed domestic violence charges against Ray Rice, who was captured by a surveillance camera knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in a hotel elevator last year.

Edwards takes Coca-Cola 600

CONCORD — Carl Edwards won for the first time in two seasons — and the first time since joining Joe Gibbs Racing — moving in front 20 laps from the end to take the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday night.

  • Gordon not ready to talk retirement

    CONCORD — Jeff Gordon is not ready to focus on life after racing as his farewell tour arrives at the longest event on the NASCAR schedule.

  • Busch happy to focus on one race

    CONCORD — There is no bank of TV cameras surrounding Kurt Busch’s hauler, no one monitoring his fluid intake to prevent dehydration, no golf cart waiting to whisk him away from NASCAR practice and off to Indianapolis.

  • Harvick in familiar position

    CONCORD — Kevin Harvick is right where he usually is when the Coca-Cola 600 rolls around on the schedule: On top and seeking even more success.

  • Smith, Labonte head Hall class

    CHARLOTTE — Speedway Motorsports Executive Chairman Bruton Smith and two-time Sprint Cup champion Terry Labonte topped the newest group of five headed to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

  • Buescher gets Xfinity win

    NEWTON, Iowa — Chris Buescher needed someone to screw up.

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