Duke is bringing back former basketball player Jon Scheyer as a special assistant.
Marshall's final regular-season football game in 2013 against East Carolina has been moved up one day to Friday, Nov. 29.
There’s no overstating how much and how many different roles Brianna Taylor has done for Southern Lee basketball through the past four years.
Aaron Mellette can't wait to hear his name in the 2013 NFL Draft sometime Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
BUIES CREEK – Matt Marksberry struck out a career-best 13 for No. 29 Campbell in a 10-0 victory, with a combined one-hitter by Camel pitchers, over North Carolina Central Tuesday night at Jim Perry Stadium.
A large, enthusiastic crowd greeted the ACC Barnstorming Tour's stop at Lee County High School Monday night.
Duke's Mason Plumlee, North Carolina's Dexter Strickland, North Carolina State's Scott Wood and Wake Forest's C.J. Harris
Tim Haggie, two-season point guard for the Central Carolina Community College men’s Cougar basketball team, has been awarded a full-ride athletic scholarship to Fayetteville State University.
With the how and when of college football playoffs determined, it's time to lock in the where.
Junior Keeley Wood (SLHS) found herself in a familiar place upon finishing the 5000-meter run in Saturday’s Southeast Regional Championship at Lenoir-Rhyne College, as she finished in first place — the same as the previous year year.
The Atlantic Coast Conference presidents have agreed for the league to retain media rights for a school that leaves the conference.
It's clear North Carolina State has a lot to work on after its first set of spring drills under coach Dave Doeren
Wake Forest's defense probably wasn't going to score in its spring game. The offense certainly couldn't.
Nearly 14,000 fans attended the Charlotte 49ers inaugural spring football game at the school's new 15,300-seat stadium.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced Notre Dame's league football opponents for the 2014-16 seasons.
Michael DeLucia blasted two home runs and drove in six to lead Campbell in an 11-6 win over Appalachian State Wednesday night at Finch Field.
Freshman Courtney Roberts and sophomore Julia Callicutt combined for 12 strikeouts in 6-0 and 2-0 shutouts at Winthrop on Tuesday evening. A 6-for-8 performance with one RBI at the plate by sophomore shortstop Ericka Nesbitt paced the Camels.
Keeley Wood (SLHS) finished second place to earn a silver medal in the women’s 5000-meter run with a time of 19:15.89 at the Appalachian State University Open Meet this past weekend in Boone.
No. 25 Campbell used a shutout from Heath Bowers in game one and multiple hits from four Camels in game two to sweep a Big South doubleheader from Longwood Saturday at Jim Perry Stadium.
Lee County High School will host the ACC All-Stars and one stop of the 35th Annual ACC Barnstorming Tour on Monday, April 22. The ACC All-Star roster will include starters from UNC, N.C. State, Duke and Wake Forest for the first time in the tour’s history.
Lee County all-conference, all-state and all-region soccer standout Ben Grossfuss signed on Wednesday to attend and play soccer at Lynchburg College starting this fall.
On Kevin McGeehan's first day on the job as Campbell University's new men's basketball head coach, he made it perfectly clear what his Camels' goal will be within the Big South.
Ben McQuown knocked in three, scored twice and set the Campbell single-season stolen bases record to lead the Camels in a 10-2 win over North Carolina A&T Tuesday night at Jim Perry Stadium.
His eighth national championship in hand, Geno Auriemma wanted to savor the moment and not talk about a dynasty just yet.
Stanton McDuffie (LCHS) is making quite a name for himself on a college team that is known nationally for being the best when it comes to bass fishing. After winning a BassPack tournament last fall and finishing as the team’s sixth best fisherman during the fall schedule, McDuffie is back in the hunt as he recently finished second with a catch of 25 pounds in a N.C. State BassPack Tournament on Shearon Harris Lake.
Luke Hancock made all five of his 3-pointers and led Louisville to its first NCAA men's basketball championship since 1986 with an 82-76 victory over Michigan on Monday night.