Rochester made it clear from the first inning that the only sweeping that would go on at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Wednesday would entail the stadium’s cleanup crew tidying up after the game.
Durham had a five-game winning streak going. Rochester made the Bulls press reset.
Unlike a year ago, Duke’s time to rebuild its basketball roster is compressed this year.
Success has its cost.
The intersection of athletics and academics at North Carolina perhaps offers added interest in Academic Progress Rate scores, which were released by the NCAA on Wednesday
South Granville's bats came alive a little too late on Wednesday night in the 2-A East regional series opener against Midway as the Vikings lost 6-5.
ACC player of the year adds NCAA singles championship to resume
The thunderstorm that rolled through the Triangle on Thursday delayed the start of the Big Eight boys' lacrosse championship by about an hour but it didn't forestall Cardinal Gibbon's potent offensive attack against Chapel Hill in an 18-4 Crusader victory.
Jordan freshman midfielder Brianna Pinto scored three goals and senior captain Tasha Pate added two more as the Falcons shut out Riverside on Wednesday night.
With only a few games left in the regular season, baseball coaches are seeking wins — any wins — to get into the upcoming state playoffs.
Chapel Hill’s 11-5 win over Cedar Ridge on Tuesday night put the Tigers into tonight’s Big Eight championship game at Cardinal Gibbons against the Crusaders.
East Chapel Hill won only its 13th boys' tennis match of the season, and it came in the first round of the state 4-A dual team tournament on Tuesday as the Wildcats swept visiting Garner 9-0.
Cardinal Gibbons had more fire power than the rest of the Big Eight but Northwood made a valiant push in the Big Eight 3-A Tournament on Monday at Occoneechee Golf Course.
The 6-8 Kinston High School star, one of the top players in the country for the Class of 2015, made his selection public during an announcement Friday night at his high school’s gym.
Kristen Hayden and Andrew Capobianco both were trailing the leaders in their 16-18 age groups, with only one dive left in the USA Diving Junior Region 2 Championships.
Hayden was scheduled for one of her go-to dives. But Capobianco had a dive whose complexity has frustrated him.
Both of the Duke Diving team members nailed their dives with flair and precision, qualifying for the zones national-qualifying competition and helping their team to win the overall regional championship title on Sunday at Koury Natatorium on the UNC Chapel Hill campus.
Knights stay unbeaten in Pac-6 with easy win
Wildcats win first-place showdown
N.C. State coach Elliott Avent said the long rain delay didn't bother his guys.
Duke begins play today seeking to win the NCAA women’s golf championship for the second consecutive year.
By no means, though, was this a simple case of Duke coach Dan Brooks putting a veteran team on the course with last year’s experience to guide it.
The extra emotion of playing a fierce rival with a berth in the national championship game on the line can be a tough thing for college athletes to handle.
Sydney Holman wouldn’t have it any other way.
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.
Wake Forest University men’s golf coach Jerry Haas on Thursday won the 2014 Carolinas PGA Professional Championship at Duke University Golf Club.
Colombian gains win in final regular-season event of FedEx Cup race
Nick Watney birdied the final hole for a 5-under 65 and a one-stroke lead Saturday after the third round of the Wyndham Championship.
Heath Slocum needs a strong finish at the Wyndham Championship to earn a spot in the PGA Tour’s postseason. Scott Langley might not be on the playoff bubble — but he sure knows how his friend is feeling.
N.C. NATIVES SIMPSON, McGIRT A STROKE BACK AT WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Camilo Villegas got away from golf for a little while, and his game came back.
A recharged Villegas shot a 7-under 63 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead after the first round at the Wyndham Championship.
North Carolina natives Webb Simpson and William McGirt shot 64, and Scott Langley, Heath Slocum, Paul Casey, Andrew Loupe and Martin Laird were another stroke back in the final event before the PGA Tour’s playoffs.
Villegas hasn’t won since 2010 and has only two top-10 finishes in the last three years.
After pulling out of the Canadian Open after one round last month, he spent the past week back in his native Colombia for “a little recharge” — leaving his clubs behind in Florida.
“I just thought it was appropriate to hop on a plane and see mom and dad and recharge a little bit,” Villegas said.
It helped him make a late charge up the Sedgefield Country Club leaderboard.
Starting on the back nine, he had three early birdies before getting even hotter late: He followed his birdie on the fourth with an eagle on the par-5 fifth, placing his second shot about 3 feet from the stick.