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Sophomore defender Talia Parrous and senior defender Baley Edwards each scored a goal as UNCW ran its unbeaten streak to seven straight games with a 2-0 Colonial Athletic Association women's soccer victory over James Madison at UNCW Soccer Stadium on Thursday evening.
Former UNCW star basketball player Devontae Cacok found on Monday he was being waived by the Los Angeles Lakers.
UNCW seniors Kendall Bender had 10 kills and Madison Peters added nine, but the College of Charleston knocked off the Seahawks a sweep (28-26, 25-20, 25-19) in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action on Tuesday at TD Arena.
UNCW Athletics hosted their annual basketball luncheon on Monday afternoon. The event gave fans the opportunity to listen to Seahawk head coaches Karen Barefoot and C.B. McGrath speak about the upcoming season.
Seahawk fans will have an opportunity to meet and listen to third-year basketball coaches C.B. McGrath and Karen Barefoot at the upcoming UNCW Basketball Tip-Off Luncheon. The 10th annual event, featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet, takes place on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, at Buffalo Wild Wings on Old Eastwood Road.
UNCW extended its unbeaten streak to four consecutive games after closing out its three-game homestand with a 0-0 draw against Coastal Carolina in non-conference men's soccer action at UNCW Soccer Stadium on Tuesday evening.
The Seahawks, who open the new season on Tuesday, Nov. 5, against Johnson & Wales, are now at full strength after NCAA officials cleared John Bowen, a former West Bladen High School standout and transfer from NCAA Division II Belmont Abbey, to play this season.
Junior defender Alejandro Saez and freshman goalkeeper Gabriel Perrotta of UNCW have been recognized with weekly awards from the Colonial Athletic Association after leading the Seahawks to a pair of men's soccer victories last week.
UNCW junior goalkeeper Sydney Schneider has been named the Colonial Athletic Association's Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for her efforts in the Seahawks' victories over William & Mary and Drexel.