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Pirates face 3 ACC schools, West Virginia in 2007

Three Atlantic Coast Conference schools are on the 2007 East Carolina football schedule announced today. Full story...

Blue Devils back on the lacrosse field after months of turmoil

Playing their first game in eleven months, the Duke lacrosse team opened its 2007 season with a 17-to-11 victory over Dartmouth. It was a triumphant return for the Blue Devils, whose season was canceled last spring amid the rape allegations against three players. Full story...

No. 1 Duke 67, No. 4 North Carolina 62

Alison Bales had 16 points and 12 rebounds as No. 1 Duke pulled away late to beat No. 4 North Carolina 67-62 and finish the first unbeaten regular season in Atlantic Coast Conference history. Full story...

Maryland 89, No. 5 North Carolina 87

Maryland fans are celebrating a huge victory after the Terps knocked off North Carolina for the first time in more than three years. Full story...

Local Sports Hall adds five more

There are five new members of the Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame. They include three men who became local coaching legends. One man who became part of major league baseball history. And a woman who blazed a trail for others. Full story...

Hurricanes acquire Carter from Columbus

The Carolina Hurricanes have acquired a scoring threat for their drive toward the NHL playoffs. The team picked up right wing Anson Carter from the Columbus Blue Jackets for a 2008 draft pick, giving the defending Stanley Cup champions some firepower to replace a pair of injured forwards. Full story...

One more week left for ACC men's hoops

Only Wake Forest gets the weekend off as 11 of the 12 Atlantic Coast Conference teams go to work in the next-to-last weekend of the regular season. Full story...

Hurricanes recall Bayda again, this time to replace Cole

The Carolina Hurricanes sent Ryan Bayda to their Albany affiliate three days ago. Today, they've recalled him from the American Hockey League team. Bayda is joining the Hurricanes for the fourth time this season, and this time is replacing Erik Cole, who is on injured reserve with an injury to a hip muscle. Full story...