North Carolina State arrived at North Carolina focused more on getting another road win to help its NCAA tournament chances than trying to end its long drought at the Smith Center.
Grant Yost pitched eight innings, allowing two hits and one run, and Anthony Lopez drove in two runs to lead Campbell past Virginia Tech 3-1 Monday evening in the CU Invitational finale at Jim Perry Stadium.
No. 17 LOUISVILLE 52, GEORGIA TECH 51
Campbell first baseman Chandler Patterson (Lee County) garnered awards for her performance on the field as she was named the Big South Conference Choice Hotels Softball Player of the Week and
UNC-Greensboro 84, Furman 49
North Carolina has said its final farewell to Dean Smith.
North Carolina State took another step forward in its push toward the postseason.
Campbell's softball squad was lined up to play in Chapel Hill, in the UNC Invitational, this weekend before wintry weather forced the Tar Heel tourney to be called off. Instead of staying home,
Will Saunders sank six 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 26 points to propel Charleston Southern to an 86-57 win over Campbell on Saturday.
Campbell was held to three points in the opening 10 minutes as Radford (16-11, 13-5 Big South) opened a double-digit lead and the Lady Camels (17-10, 12-6) were able to close the gap to single digits just once in the second half in a 67-43 setback inside the Dedmon Center on Saturday afternoon.
Quinn Cook matched a career high with 27 points for No. 4 Duke, and the Jahlil Okafor-less Blue Devils routed Clemson 78-56 on Saturday.
Elon 83, Delaware 75, OT
No. 15 North Carolina opened Saturday's game by scoring on a "Four Corners" play as a tribute to the late Dean Smith, then rolled to an 89-60 win against Georgia Tech.
Coastal Carolina closed the first half on a 25-4 run and went on to defeat Campbell 81-57 Thursday night at The HTC Center.
Allisha Gray scored 16 points and No. 17 North Carolina beat Wake Forest 83-45 on Thursday night.
Miami 76, Virginia Tech 52
Back and forth they went, trading big leads, shots and chances to win both in regulation and overtime.
Sophomore Amanda Coffer notched her second double-double of the season and four Lady Camels reached double figures as Campbell (17-9, 12-5 Big South) earned a 72-62 victory over Gardner-Webb (12-15, 8-10)
Mike Brey knew his team was better shooting at free throws than they had shown of late.
No. 1 Kentucky 66, Tennessee 48
North Carolina Central 73, Florida A&M 48
Notre Dame rode Jewell Loyd's leadership, smothering defense and clutch 3-point shooting to beat Duke.
Campbell freshman first baseman, Chandler Patterson (Lee County) garnered her first collegiate award being named the College Sports Madness Big South Player of the Week last week
Tuesday, Feb. 17
Big Eight Conference Tournament first round