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UNCW Basketball

Seahawks get thumped by nationally ranked Ohio State

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The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team falls to 2-2 on the season after a 81-41 loss to the 4th ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. It's the second road loss of the season for UNCW. It's also the second loss this season to a nationally ranked team. Full story...
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Seahawks win another thriller

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Buzz Peterson's UNCW men's basketball team plays hard. That's paying off big dividends at the end of games. On Thursday UNCW won another tight game at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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It's an overtime victory for UNCW in Buzz Peterson's home opener at Trask Coliseum

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video If you're a fan of Seahawk basketball this game's for you. You can't beat an overtime thriller. Click the play video icon to see highlights and post-game reaction from the UNCW - Liberty game at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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Practice begins for UNCW women's basketball team without Julia Finlay & Johnetta Hayes

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video Practice has started for the UNC Wilmington women's basketball team. WWAY was there to capture the first night of practice. After practice we talked exclusively with hall of fame coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke. Full story...
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UPDATE: UNCW AD releases new statement on incident at women's basketball practice...

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videoAccording to multiple sources, UNCW women's basketball team member Julia Finlay was subject to disciplinary action on Monday following a team workout. The junior guard from Hicksville, NY, is nursing a leg injury, so Finlay was forced to roll the length of the court. She vomited three times before the drill was stopped. Full story...
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New Hanover's Freddie Jackson commits to UNCW to play for Buzz Peterson

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The Seahawks land a local product, but fans will have to wait a year in order to see Freddie Jackson play at Trask Coliseum. Jackson is a rising senior at New Hanover High School. Full story...
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Freddie Jackson Commits to UNCW

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A New Hanover High School basketball star will stay in town to play college ball. Full story...
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John Fields says he's still a Seahawk, but he's through playing hoops at UNCW

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videoEarlier this month UNC Wilmington basketball standout John Fields decided to not play basketball this winter for the Seahawks. He plans to transfer to another division one school. Fields explained his decision to leave Wilmington to WWAY Sunday night. Full story...
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All but done: Fields leaving UNCW

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The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team was counting on John Fields to finish out his collegiate career with the Seahawks this fall, but Fields has decided to not return to UNCW. Full story...
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New UNCW coaches host campers

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The girls basketball camp concludes tomorrow at Trask Coliseum. Buzz Peterson's team camp for high school boys starts Sunday at UNC Wilmington. Full story...
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UNCW names Hall of Fame player Cynthia Cooper-Dyke as the new women's basketball coach

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video Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is one of the best players in the history of women's college basketball. Monday UNC Wilmington named Cooper-Dyke as the new women's head basketball coach. She turned Prairie View into a winner. Can she do the same thing in Wilmington? Full story...
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UNCW's Peterson hires two assistants from Appalachian State

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New UNCW men’s basketball coach Buzz Peterson has announced the hiring of assistant coaches Jamie Kachmarik and Matt McMahon to his staff. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Buzz Peterson: "I'm going to try to bring the Bobcats back to UNCW"

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video Will the former player personnel director of the NBA Charlotte Bobcats be able to bring the Bobcats back to Wilmington for training camp? Full story...
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The Buzz on Buzz

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video Buzz Peterson is the new basketball coach at UNCW, but who is Buzz Peterson? Full story...
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UNCW coaching vacancy frustrates fans

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The coaching vacancy at UNCW has many fans expecting the worst for next year's basketball season. Full story...
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