Duke senior Elizabeth Williams earned a seat in Mohegan Sun
Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, for the Women's National Basketball
Association draft Thursday evening.
A night after getting shut out in their rainy home opener, the Durham Bulls managed to piece together a few more hits against Norfolk on Thursday.
Duke senior Elizabeth Williams is not expected to have to wait long to hear her name called in the first round of the WNBA draft.
Durham clubs three home runs, collects 17 hits to beat Knights
The Bull City Legacy put 161 points on the scoreboard.
Jared Mitchell led off with a triple in the bottom of the sixth and eventually scored as Charlotte shut out Durham 3-0 on Monday night.
Pedro Ciriaco trumped his game-tying single in the ninth with a game-winning single in the 11th to lead Gwinnett past Durham 5-4 in 11 innings on Friday night.
After coming up through low minors together, manager and pitcher hit Triple-A field for Bulls tonight at Gwinnett
Buffalo built a 4-0 lead on goals by Ennis, Mikhail Grigorenko, Brian Gionta and Johan Larsson, and then held on as Carolina made a late charge to cut the deficit to one on Eric Staal's goal with 5:22 remaining in regulation.
Though the man now at the helm of the Durham Bulls may be a bit unfamiliar, the rest of the Opening Day roster is full of recognizable names, including nine who have previously played with the Bulls organization.
N.C. Central opens its women’s portion of the MEAC Tournament today at noon when the Lady Eagles take on Maryland-Eastern Shore in Norfolk at the Scope Arena.
Andrej Nestrasil helped the Carolina Hurricanes get a rare road win on Monday night.
The Carolina Hurricanes return to PNC Arena following a four-game road trip when they host the Anaheim Ducks tonight (7 p.m., FSS).
Phoenix Suns rookie T.J. Warren’s “welcome to the NBA” moment came a month into his professional career when he found himself guarding childhood idol Kevin Durant. As soon as Warren put his hand on the reigning MVP, Durant lifted his arms and drew the foul, a rookie mistake that Warren said he won’t make again. Unfortunately for the Durham native, there haven’t been many opportunities for in-game learning experiences in his first season.