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UNCW men's golf team finishes 11th at regional

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Josh Brock and Payne McLeod both played great golf for UNCW at the Virginia Tech NCAA men's regional golf tournament, but the Seahawks weren't deep enough to compete with Duke, Georgia Tech and a host of other top tier golf teams. Full story...
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Friday night sports...big night for upsets, but Donnell Holmes wins impressively in boxing ring

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Did you miss Friday's sports on WWAY? If so, click here for a list of some of the results from Friday night's action from around our region. We've got it all covered with high school, collegiate and local pro sports. Full story...
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Columbus County native wins Big South player of year honors in softball

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Kelly Strickland used to swing a mean bat at South Columbus High School. She's now swinging even harder in college. Full story...
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1-A results from state track meet

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The 1-A state championnship track meet was held in Greensboro on Friday. The 2-A meet will be held on Saturday. Full story...
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UNCW men's golf team slips at NCAA regional

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The UNCW men's golf is heading in the wrong direction. They'll need to make a serious move in Saturday's final round in order to make the NCAA golf tournament later this month, but there's still a chance a Seahawk could win the individual title. Full story...
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UNCW chases Duke, Georgia Tech & ECU at NCAA golf regional

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One round is in the books. There are two more rounds remaining for the UNCW men's golf team at the NCAA regionals in Virginia. UNCW will need to play better in the final two rounds in order to advance to the NCAA tourney. The top five squads will advance. Full story...
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ECU receives one-year probation from NCAA

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The NCAA has placed East Carolina on one year of probation for self-reported academic fraud violations after a women's tennis player working as a tutor wrote papers for four baseball players. Full story...
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