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UNCW coach, freshman win top CAA golf honors

UNCW freshman Segundo Oliva Pinto and Head Coach Daniel Bowden were named Rookie and Coach of the Year, respectively, by the Colonial Athletic Association after both helped the Seahawks to their second consecutive conference title earlier this month.

UNCW Golf promotes Daniel Bowden to head coach

Gifted player, instructor and reigning 2018 Colonial Athletic Association Coach-of-the-Year Daniel Bowden has been named UNCW's head men's golf coach.

Season ends for UNCW Men’s Golf in NCAA Regional

UNCW made a push midway through the final round to move into the top five, but the Seahawks weren't able to maintain their momentum as they finished ninth on Wednesday at the Traditions Club, home of the NCAA Bryan Regional hosted by Texas A&M.

Seahawks Golf takes home multiple honors, Coach of the Year

After leading UNCW to its first Colonial Athletic Association title since 2013, interim head coach Daniel Bowden was named Coach-of-the-Year on Tuesday when the league announced its award winners for the 2017-18 season.

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‘The Hop Yard’ opens second location in downtown Wilmington

A brand new craft beer shop and bar on Grace Street in downtown Wilmington has its official debut yesterday, opening its doors to customers with a little English flavor. 

New Hanover parents rally against Plan A push back, want kids back in school

Sunday, parents and students gathered near Ashley High School, protesting the New Hanover County Board of Education's decision to delay Plan A full-time in-person learning for elementary schools.

Wilmington Jewish Film Festival streaming ‘Aulcie’ online through Monday evening

The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival is streaming a film online through Monday about  the life of an African-American basketball player recruited to play for the Israel Maccabi team.