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Cremins retires as C of C head coach

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College of Charleston men's basketball head coach Bobby Cremins announced his retirement on Monday. UNCW grad Mark Byington is currently the interim head basketball coach at Charleston. Some people close to the situation speculate Byington will be named the permanent head basketball in Charleston in the near future. Full story...
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Appalachian State edges UNCW in Women's NIT

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video Appalachian State defeated UNC Wilmington in the first round of the WNIT on Thursday night at Trask Coliseum. The Seahawks conclude their season with a 20-13 record. ASU will not face NC State in the second round of the WNIT in Raleigh on Saturday. Full story...
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UNCW will host WNIT game on Thursday

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They're dancing again. For the second year in a row the UNC Wilmington women's basketball team earned an invitation to a post-season tournament. The Seahawks received their invite late Monday night. UNCW will host the Appalachian State Mountaineers on Thursday at Trask Coliseum in the 15th Annual Women's National Invitation Tournament. It's not the NCAA, but the WNIT is the best alternative. Full story...
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UNCW women's basketball team loses to nationally ranked Hens; WNIT bid next?

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UNCW's run in the CAA Women's Basketball Tournament came to a crashing halt on Saturday afternoon when the Seahawks ran into the nationally ranked Delaware Blue Hens. Cynthia Cooper Dyke's team drops to 20-12 record with the loss. The Seahawks must now play the waiting game. They're hoping to receive a bid to the WNIT for the second year in a row. Full story...
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WWAY'S Friday night sports - March 9

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videoThe UNC Wilmington women's basketball team won on Friday in the CAA Tournament. Click play video to see game action & pkst game reaction from Friday's win. Friday was also a great day to watch ACC basketball action. On Friday we also featured our final preview piece on the New Hanover basketball team. The Wildcats play in the state 4-A title game on Saturday. Plus much more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - March 8

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videoOn Thursday night we featured first round action from the CAA Women's Basketball Tournament in Maryland. UNCW defeated Georgia State to advance to the quarterfinals. On Thursday we also checked in with the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament. Plus, we caught up with the New Hanover boys basketball team for their final practice at Brogden Hall before Saturday's 4-A state title game. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - March 7

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videoWednesday's sports on WWAY featured a little bit of everything. It included a sneak at the West Charlotte Lions basketball team. They'll be playing the New Hanover Wildcats on Saturday in the 4-A state title boys basketball game in Raleigh. We also checked in with UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke on Wednesday. Click play video to see these stories and much more. Full story...
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Drexel tops UNCW in CAA Tourney

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The UNC Wilmington Seahawks are headed home after a second round loss in the CAA Men's Basketball Tournament in Richmond. The Drexel Dragons beat the Seahawks on Saturday afternoon. Full story...
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WWAY'S Friday night sports - March 2

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videoThe West Columbus Vikings will not be going to the state championship game this year in 1-A basketball. The season ended on Friday night in the 1-A regionals in Fayetteville. The New Hanover Wildcats will be playing in the 4-A east finals on Saturday in Fayetteville. The UNCW men's basketball team will also be playing on Saturday. The Hawks get to advance to round two after beating James Madison on Friday. Full story...
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Williams, UNCW beat James Madison 70-59 in CAA opener

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videoFreshman forward Cedrick Williams scored 22 points to lead UNC Wilmington past James Madison 70-59 Friday in a first-round game in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. Full story...
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