In just his seventh game as an East Carolina University Pirate, junior Akeem Richmond (SLHS) played an integral part in setting a new ECU school record for three pointers made in a game as the Pirates routed St. Andrews, 111-59.
She is the reigning Pac-12 Conference Champion. She’s played in three U.S. Women’s Opens and made the cut there when she was just 14.
Ally McDonald controls her emotions. It’s a skill that does a lot for her considerable golf game.
Five Campbell football players, including Dalton Brown and Matt Farris taking second team honors, have been named preseason All-American by USA College Football.
They ran into each other at the Detroit airport.
They did it again after the second round of the 112th Women’s North and South Amateur.
Just 19 years old and on her first trip to Pinehurst, Alison Lee couldn’t help herself.
Things just have not gotten easier for North Carolina and athletic director Bubba Cunningham.
Southern Lee head baseball coach David Miller has led Cavalier baseball for four years. Miller counts the three seniors - Christian Wenger, Ethan Helsman and Cullen Boyette
Campbell men's basketball head coach Kevin McGeehan announced last week Campbell will participate in the Buckeye Classic exempt event early on in the 2014-15 basketball season.
North Carolina State athletic director Debbie Yow knew it would not be easy to build the Wolfpack into one of the nation's best overall sports programs.
Andrew Dorn admits to rushing the tap-in.
Collegiate golfers continue leading the 114th Men's North and South Amateur Championship through 36 holes of stroke play following Wednesday's round at Pinehurst No. 8.
Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich just smiled looking at the housewarming package the Atlantic Coast Conference laid out — it confirmed his belief the Cardinals made the right move by joining the ACC.
Hoosier underclassman Will Seger tallied six birdies in his last 12 holes finishing with a 6-under-par 65 in the opening round of the 114th Men's North and South Amateur Championship Tuesday at Pinehurst No. 8.
Sanford Golf Course PGA pro David Von Canon and many of the course's members who love playing in the Brick Capital Classic each summer call the Classic, "Sanford's little U.S. Open"
Southern Lee rising senior Garrett Wilson works at his craft on the football field year-round. It's a job which is very skilled and technical, but often overlooked, at least from the stands.
When Ally McDonald won her first berth into a U.S. Women’s Open Championship at Carolina Trace Country Club three weeks ago, she knew a summer only a select few collegiate golfers ever get to experience was ahead.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams and players from the 2005 national championship team deny they were involved with academic wrongdoing alleged by former teammate Rashad McCants.
The Houston Astros had the No. 1 pick again, and this time, they took a pitcher polished beyond his years.
If you tune into a North Carolina football or men’s basketball game on the radio this upcoming season, you’ll hear the voice of a Sanford native as the voice of the Tar Heels through your speakers.
Isaac Kruger has helped Grace Christian’s soccer program to one state championship, this past fall, and two state runner-up seasons. He’s also been a Crusader basketball, golf and baseball player.
Adam Ramirez and Adam Pate hit back-to-back RBI doubles in the third inning after a rain delay of 3 hours, 19 minutes to spark North Carolina to a 5-2 victory that eliminated host and No. 2 national seed Florida on Saturday.
Elijah Trail and Brooks Borders had RBI singles in the 12th inning and Campbell won for the first time in NCAA tournament play, beating Old Dominion 4-1 in an elimination game Saturday in the Columbia Regional.
Jordan Montgomery allowed five hits over eight innings to lead South Carolina to a 5-2 victory over Campbell on Friday night, the Gamecocks' 28th straight home NCAA tournament win.
Eric Hutting and Carlton Vaughn had two-run hits in the fourth inning to lead Long Beach State to a 6-1 victory over North Carolina on Friday in the opening game of the NCAA baseball Gainesville Regional at Florida's McKethan Stadium.
For the second straight year, 36 holes of golf were not enough to decide who advanced from Carolina Trace Country Club to the U.S. Women's Open Championship.