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UNCW’s Evan Phillips makes MLB debut

Former UNCW standout pitcher Evan Phillips made his major league debut this evening for the Atlanta Braves against the New York Yankees.

Chris Neal to head UNCW Women’s soccer program

Former UNCW assistant coach Chris Neal is returning to his alma mater as head women's soccer coach, Director of Athletics Jimmy Bass announced Tuesday.

Paul Cairney no longer employed with UNCW

After he was accused of sexual misconduct on two separate occasions during his time with UNCW, long-time UNCW Women's soccer coach Paul Cairney is no longer with the program.

Local Baseball stars playing summer ball across the country

With the season complete, Seahawks have set off to their summer destinations, which include the Cape Cod League, New England Collegiate Baseball League, the Valley League and the Coastal Plains League.

StarNews Reports: Answers arise on UNCW pitching coach’s dismissal

Details describing the reasons Matt Williams was fired as the pitching coach have been revealed.

UNCW Baseball moving on from Matt Williams as pitching coach

Following a birth in the NCAA Tournament and a conference championship title, the UNCW Baseball team announced they will not be bringing back Matt Williams as the team's pitching coach.

Brad Brownell to speak at UNCW Basketball tip-off dinner

Former UNCW men's basketball coach and current Clemson skipper Brad Brownell is returning to the Port City in late September as the keynote speaker for UNCW's third annual men's basketball tip-off dinner.

UNCW Baseball season stays alive on Kep Brown’s bat

Kep Brown's fourth hit of the game was the biggest as his bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 13th inning lifted UNCW to a 4-3 win over Ohio State in an elimination game on Saturday at the NCAA Greenville Regional.

ECU jumps out early, defeats UNCW Baseball 16-7

Kep Brown had three hits and drove in three runs, but UNCW was unable to overcome a fast start by top-seeded ECU as the Pirates raced past the Seahawks, 16-7, on Friday in the NCAA Greenville Regional at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

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