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UNCW men drop to 5-6 on season

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UNCW had the lead at the half against Ohio, but the Seahawks were stone cold in the second half with their shooting on the road against the Ohio Bobcats. UNCW is now 5-6 on the season. Full story...
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UNCW to face Minnesota on Saturday

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videoThe UNCW men’s basketball team returns to the hardwood this weekend with the middle leg of a three-game road swing when the Seahawks take on Big Ten Conference member and defending NIT champion Minnesota early Saturday at historic Williams Arena. Full story...
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West Bladen grad leads Campbell to victory over UNCW in men's basketball

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videoThe UNCW men's basketball team entered Tuesday afternoon's game on a roll. The momentum came to an abrupt halt in Buies Creek. The Campbell Camels beat UNCW 69-63 on Tuesday. Former West Bladen Knight basketball standout D.J. Mason scored 15 points for Campbell in the winning effort. Check out our game highlights. Full story...
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UNCW to face Campbell for 100th time Tuesday

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videoThe UNCW-Campbell men’s basketball rivalry completes its 10th decade early Tuesday when the two longtime foes meet for the 100th time in Buies Creek. Former West Bladen standout D.J. Mason is a junior at Campbell. He'll be going up against Freddie Jackson, Addison Spruill and the rest of the UNCW Seahawks. Full story...
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UNCW holds off ECU Pirates in men's basketball; Atkins scores 40 for Seahawk women

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UNCW handcuffed rival East Carolina on 28 percent shooting and set a season high with 11 blocks to shackle the Pirates 66-54 in a holiday men’s basketball clash on Saturday night at Trask Coliseum. The UNCW women basketball team also won on Saturday. It's hard to lose when Kelva Atkins tallies 40 points. The Seahawks won their second straight game to improve to 5-3 on the season and won for the 12th time in the last 13 meetings against their rivals at Trask Coliseum. The Pirates dipped under .500 with the loss and stand 5-6 on the campaign. Full story...
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UNCW holds off Liberty in OT

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videoUNCW head basketball coach Kevin Keatts said last year's UNCW team would have found a way to lose Wednesday's home game against the Liberty Flames. As it turns out, UNCW won a sloppy, physical game in overtime to improve to 4-3 on the season. The game was highlighted by a handful of dunks. We hope you get a chance to check out the rim rockers on our video. On Wednesday we also showcased BCC men's hoops, UNCW women's basketball and Laney wrestling. Full story...
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Hoggard dunks over North Brunswick, West Brunswick stays undefeated & Laney falls in OT

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videoThe North Brunswick boys did not put up much resistance to Hoggard on Tuesday night. Dunks from Xavier Johnson energized the crowd and the Vikings rolled to an easy win. We had our sports cameras in Shallotte too. West Brunswick remains undefeated. Laney lost in overtime against Scotland County. We were there for that one as well. We did showcase a victory from the Laney girls though. Full story...
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UNCW more than holds their own with Louisville

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videoMost basketball fans expected 4th ranked Louisville to pounce on UNCW. Louisville did win on Sunday night, but the game proved to be much closer than expected. In fact UNCW pulled within two points of the Cardinals late in the second half, yet Rick Pitino's club pulled away at the end to win by double digits. UNCW head coach Kevin Keatts is a former assistant coach at Louisville. Check out our game highlights tonight at 11pm on WWAY. Full story...
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Next up for UNCW: 4th ranked Louisville

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videoThe Louisville Cardinals and the UNCW Seahawks have a connection in men's basketball. First of all, UNCW head coach Kevin Keatts used to be an assistant coach at Louisville. Secondly, the Seahawks will face Louisville later this week. Full story...
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Seahawks soar to record breaking victory in home opener

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videoFormer New Hanover Wildcat basketball standout Freddie Jackson has been waiting to have a career night. He didn't wait long. Jackson scored a career high 33 points on Wednesday night in the 2014-15 home opener for the UNCW Seahawks. Jackson blistered the nets, but he wasn't alone against St. Andrews. Full story...
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