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Northeastern used balanced scoring and an air-tight defense to deny UNCW's bid for a third straight conference title with a 79-52 victory over the Seahawks in the semifinals of the 2018 Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Championship on Monday night at the North Charleston Coliseum.
The big week has arrived for the UNCW Men's Basketball team. Starting Sunday, they begin the CAA Tournament looking to defend their crown. It's now officially March and if they want to enter the madness, it starts in North Charleston.
As Devontae Cacok continues to impress the nation, it's hard to believe it may not have happened this year at UNCW. With the change to the coaching staff, question marks arose on whether or not Cacok would return, but Coach McGrath made his decision easy.
Today at his weekly news conference, Coach C.B. McGrath spoke about his teams recent struggles and how they can still make it back to the conference title game if they have a big final regular season week.
Junior forward Devontae Cacok snagged 21 rebounds to eclipse the single-season record as UNCW buried Elon, 87-63, in Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball action on Thursday night at Trask Coliseum.
Hard to believe that it's been four years that Nick Powell has been on the UNCW Basketball team. He has worked hard each and every year and this semester it payed off with a scholarship. But he's gotten even more than just free tuition since he's arrived.
Jordon Talley's three-point attempt on the right wing bounced off the back of the rim and James Madison snapped a seven-game losing streak to UNCW with a 62-61 Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball victory on Tuesday night at the JMU Convocation Center.
UNCW's Devontae Cacok simply did what he's been doing all season long – wreaking havoc with the competition – to earn Co-Player-of-the-Week honors on Monday from the Colonial Athletic Association.
There will only be one game for the UNCW Seahawks Men's Basketball team. But considering the event and the opponent, it's a big one.