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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Speedy left-hander Lane Hoover was East Carolina baseball’s leadoff hitter on opening day, but Pirate coach Cliff Godwin said later in the weekend that an ideal batting order for the Pirates moving forward is for Hoover to hit in the second spot.

Sunday, February 16, 2020

In the only men’s basketball matchup between the two teams last season, East Carolina pulled off an improbable home upset over the then-12-3 Cincinnati Bearcats, 73-70.

Ryder Giles played shortstop -- three separate times -- and pitcher -- twice -- as East Carolina held off William & Mary, 7-4, at Clark-LeClair Stadium on Sunday for a sweep on college baseball's opening weekend.

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Despite having six players suited up and only five players in the final two minutes after Sincere Jones fouled out, the Pitt Community College men's basketball team survived a second-half comeback to defeat Guilford Tech 70-65 at home Saturday afternoon.

East Carolina baseball’s five-run fourth inning Saturday included a pop up skied into the air off the bat of Alec Burleson. The rest of the Pirates, however, picked him up plenty during what was a game-changing rally.

A pair of role players from last season’s East Carolina football offense, running back Tay Williams and receiver Leroy Henley, are no longer with the team and have entered the transfer portal.

Friday, February 14, 2020
Wednesday, February 12, 2020

This week’s Prep Spotlight takes us to South Central High School, where senior heavyweight wrestler George Ayino, with a 50-4 overall record and a conference champion already under his belt, is preparing for his final regional 4A tournament after an outstanding regular season in which he ear…

East Carolina’s basketball team has seven games remaining in the regular season to try to improve upon a 10-14 overall record that already matches the Pirates’ 10 wins from each of the last two campaigns.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

After going 3-20 last season, J.H. Rose picked up a signature win in what has been an amazing turnaround.

The East Carolina women’s basketball team’s shot at consecutive American Athletic Conference wins was dashed Tuesday night with a 53-45 defeat at SMU.