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Athletes all across the nation have had their voices heard when it comes to the Black Lives Matter movement, but over the last month the number of athletes has grown. Student-athletes at UNCW are now adding their voices into the mix.
UNCW women's golf senior Thao My Nguyen is most at home when she's sinking putts on the golf course, but the recent covid-19 outbreak took away her final season. The pandemic took away the game she has been playing for years, but also the opportunity to return home to her native country of Vietnam this summer.
UNCW school officials met on Monday morning for a round table discussion on the state of the university. The school also gave an update on the players and staff of the UNCW Men's Basketball team that were placed into self-quarantine last week.
UNCW senior guard Ahyiona Vason has certainly enjoyed playing in the Colonial Athletic Association Women's Basketball Championship over the last two years. The senior guard, who set a career high with 24 points in last year's tournament against Northeastern, tallied a team-high 20 points in this year's opening round game against Charleston to lift the No. 9-seeded Seahawks to a 69-55 victory over the eighth-seeded Cougars at Elon University's Schar Center on Wednesday afternoon.
Matt Suggs sent the Seahawks home winners with a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth in a 5-2 win over nationally-ranked East Carolina on Wednesday at Brooks Field.
The UNCW baseball team is coming off of a series loss to Memphis last weekend at Brooks Field and they will have their hands full again on Wednesday night. The Diamond Hawks will take on No.24 East Carolina University for the first time this season.
UNCW senior guard Lacey Suggs has been named the Colonial Athletic Association's Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Sophomore Phu Khine carded a 4-over-par score to lead UNCW during the opening day of the River Landing Classic at the River Landing Golf Course on Monday afternoon.
Memphis jumped on UNCW starter Zarion Sharpe for four runs in the first two innings as the Tigers shutout the Seahawks, 4-0, in the series opener on Friday at Brooks Field.