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UNCW chancellor to announce sports decision Thursday

videoUNCW Chancellor Gary Miller plans to announce tomorrow his decision about whether to cut sports programs from the school's athletic department.

WWAY’s Wednesday night sports – May 22

videoThe CAA Baseball Championship is underway, but severe weather has been the winner so far. The UNCW baseball team won't hit the field until Thursday afternoon. UNCW student athletes held a protest demonstration on Wednesday. North Brunswick & Trask are ready to move on in the baseball & softball state playoffs. We stopped by practice in Leland. Plus more!

Student athletes rally to save sports at UNCW

videoPossible cuts at UNCW athletics continue to make headlines. Last week a sports committee at the university recommended eliminating five sports on campus. On Wednesday student athletes rallied to show support of Seahawk sports.

WWAY’s Wednesday night sports – May 15

videoSome sports programs at UNCW may be shutting down in the near future if UNCW chancellor Gary Miller follows the recommendations of a UNCW committee. On Wednesday one local high school soccer team lost in the state playoffs. One won. We were there for both.

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