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Friday, February 21, 2020

East Carolina made it through college baseball’s opening weekend and a midweek game at Campbell on Wednesday without any schedule changes, but this weekend’s series against Georgia Southern needed to be adjusted.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

The opportunity for ESPN prime exposure combined with honoring the 1970 Marshall football team, which forever will be linked to East Carolina, led to ECU and Marshall moving their game up one week before Labor Day weekend.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

After a 3-1 record against Campbell last season, East Carolina baseball’s first meeting against the Camels this year was a 7-2 loss to the host Camels on Wednesday night.

The following is a release from East Carolina athletics on changes to this weekend's sports schedule because of expected inclement weather. The Pirates will not play any games Friday and they will begin their baseball series versus Georgia Southern with a doubleheader Saturday at Clark-LeCla…

The American Athletic Conference four-day swimming championship meet can be fluid day-to-day until team champions in the men's and women's divisions are finalized Saturday.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

There are some parallels between the East Carolina basketball team’s trip last week to Tulsa and this one to play talented Memphis.

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