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Duke falls at ACC, UNCW women's hoops ends season & UNCW baseball loses CAA opener

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videoThe Maryland Terrapins may not make it into next week's NCAA Tournament, but the Terps sure made a big statement on Friday eliminating Duke the ACC Tournament. The UNCW baseball team lost their conference opener on Friday. Click full story to see our highlights. The UNCW women's basketball team ended their season against Delaware. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Feb. 28

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videoOn Thursday the North Carolina Tar Heels picked up a key ACC road win over Clemson. Duke was not as fortunate. Coach K and the Blue Devils got bitten by the Cavaliers on Thursday night. Former Laney swimming standout Stephen Coetzer swam the second fastest 200 individual medley time in the history of NC State. The UNCW men's swim team appears to be locked in on another CAA title. Plus more! Full story...
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Duke, UNC fans bash car for good cause

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videoIf you live in the Tar Heel State, you have a choice to make tonight: Duke or Carolina. Fans from both sides are taking their Tobacco Road rivalry to the next level today. Full story...
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Top prospect Parker chooses Duke

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Prized prospect Jabari Parker of Chicago's Simeon Career Academy, one of the most highly touted recruits in years, is headed to Duke. Full story...
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Florida couple commit $10M to Duke athletics

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A Florida doctor and his wife have committed the largest gift in Duke University history to the school's athletics department. The school announced Thursday that Dr. Steven and Rebecca Scott have committed $10 million to help support activities and programs in a new 35,000-square-foot building. Full story...
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Major upset as Lehigh tops Duke in second round of NCAA tourney

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C.J. McCollum scored 30 points and Lehigh upset Duke 75-70 on Friday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Full story...
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20 years after The Shot, a new start for Laettner

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Twenty years after Christian Laettner hit The Shot to beat Kentucky and catapult Duke into the Final Four, he's seeking out a new start in basketball as a coach. Full story...
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UNC's Zeller, Duke's Rivers earn top ACC honors

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North Carolina's Tyler Zeller is the Atlantic Coast Conference's player of the year, and Florida State's Leonard Hamilton has won the coach of the year award for the second time in four years. Full story...
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Duke, UNC fans get in a few good swings

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video The battle of the blues tips off tonight. If you live in the tar heel state, you have a choice to make: Duke or Carolina. Full story...
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Krzyzewski, Summitt honored by Sports Illustrated

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Pat Summitt and Mike Krzyzewski have been picked as Sports Illustrated's sportswoman and sportsman of the year. Full story...
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Duke sued over cancer trials

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A lawsuit filed in North Carolina’s Durham County Superior Court accuses Duke University, Duke University Heath System and five doctors of exposing patients to unnecessary chemotherapy during fraudulent clinical trials. Full story...
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Duke has first Hindu chaplain in school's history

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Duke University has a Hindu chaplain for the first time in its history. Full story...
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Dean of Duke business school leaves for China

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Duke University's business school dean is leaving less than two months after faculty members rejected his proposal for graduate courses at a new campus in China. Full story...
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Lenoir-Rhyne's Goldsmith retires after 45 years

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Fred Goldsmith announced his retirement Tuesday. He had been coaching at Lenoir-Rhyne for four years, going 17-27 and leading the Division II Bears to a 7-4 record in 2010. Full story...
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Duke's Singler, UNC's Barnes on AP preseason All-America team

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Duke's Kyle Singler is the leading vote-getter on The Associated Press preseason All-America team while North Carolina's Harrison Barnes is the first freshman selected since voting began 24 years ago. Full story...
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