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Seahawks roast the Blue Hens at Trask

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video UNC Wilmington trailed for less than a minute. That pretty much tells the story of the game. From the opening tip the Seahawks dominated the Delaware Blue Hens Wednesday night at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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AP source: Panthers tab Chargers' Rivera as coach

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A person familiar with the situation says the Carolina Panthers and Ron Rivera have reached an agreement in principle that will make the San Diego defensive coordinator the second Latino head coach in NFL history. Full story...
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Seahawk women's basketball team continues to be impressive in debut season for Cynthia Cooper-Dyke

It was cold outside, but the shooting was hot inside Trask Coliseum for UNCW's women's basketball team Sunday afternoon. The Hawks are now 2-1 in the CAA. Full story...

Columbus County boxer wins regional Silver Gloves title to advance to nationals

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Israel Chavez is heading to Independence, MO, next month. He has his sights set on a national title after winning a regional title in Wilmington Saturday night. Full story...
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Hammerheads expect release of 2011 schedule this week

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David Irving told WWAY Saturday he expects to know his team's schedule by the end of the week. We caught up with the Hammerheads head coach during the team's open tryout at Legion Stadium. The Hammerheads tentative home opener will be Saturday, April 16 at Legion Stadium. Full story...
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UNCW suffers first CAA home loss of the season with 18 point setback versus VCU

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VCU didn't lead the entire game, but it sure did seem that way. The wonderful week came to a halting crash on Saturday for UNCW after two consecutive CAA wins. UNCW's conference record drops to 2-2 with the loss. Full story...
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UNCW female boxer packs a punch at Silver Gloves boxing tournament in Wilmington

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videoThe City of Wilmington is starting to build a decent reputation when it comes to boxing. In fact boxers from nine different states are in the Port City this week to compete in the annual Southeast Silver Gloves Boxing Championship at the armory on Carolina Beach Road. Full story...
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