NCCU's Willie Calvin wins MEAC high jump title
The third-ranked Duke women’s golf team received its 21st consecutive bid to participate in NCAA Regional action on Monday, as the Blue Devils were seeded No. 1 in the Central Region and will next travel to Norman, Okla., from May 9-11 to play for an invitation to the NCAA Championship.
The Duke men's golf team posted a final-round 284 Sunday in rain soaked conditions at Old North State Club to overcome a four-shot deficit and capture the ACC Championship.
As they walked into a sold-out Doak Field on Saturday, fans were given sheets of paper with black K’s printed on them. Wolfpack ace Carlos Rodon made sure N.C. State supporters put them to good use.
Duke trailed by at lead two runs three times on Saturday and rallied each time to take an 11-9 win over Maryland 11-9 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Tar Heel trackle Brennan Williams taken in third round by Texans ... N.C. State stars David Amerson and Mike Glennon picked in the second and third rounds, respectively.
UNC scored three runs before the Wolfpack defense recorded an out and rolled to a 7-1 ACC win at Doak Field that ended N.C. State’s 15-game winning streak.
Duke men slide past Florida State, will face Wake in 1 p.m. semifinal at Cary Tennis Center today. UNC women eye national No. 1 ranking after 4-0 win over N.C. State, will meet Miami in 10 a.m. semifinal today.
Duke, ranked 10th in the latest Golf World / Nike Golf Coaches Poll, enters Saturday's second round tied for second with Virginia Tech, 11 shots behind first leader Florida State's 17-under-par 271.
UNC men advance to today's quarterfinals with 4-0 shutout of Miami; shorthanded Duke women forfeit No. 6 singles, No. 3 doubles, and lose by a point after marathon No. 4 singles defeat 4-3.
Top-ranked UNC (40-3) is the ninth team in NCAA history that's won at least 40 times in its first 43 games, while No. 6 N.C. State (33-10) owns the nation’s longest active winning streak, 15 games. The series runs today through Sunday.
Grayson Allen, a 6-4 shooting guard from Providence School in Jacksonville, Fla., committed Wednesday to play basketball for Duke beginning in 2014.
Ryan Kelly, Seth Curry, Mason Plumlee and UNC's Dexter Strickland were at The Ravenscroft School in Raleigh Tuesday night for the 35th annual ACC Barnstorming Tour.
Duke and North Carolina won’t be playing any more ACC games at Maryland. Instead, the Blue Devils and Tar Heels will become well acquainted with the conference’s three new teams in 2014 — Duke and UNC both travel to Notre Dame and Syracuse and the Blue Devils also play at Pittsburgh for the first time since 1980
Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford says Tuesday in Pasadena, Calif., that he hopes the decision by his members to hand over their television rights to the league helps bring stability to all of college athletics after three years of conference realignment chaos.