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Three L-R Players Earn Preseason All-American Honors

Roseland, N.J. - Three members of the Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Team picked up 2015 Preseason All-American honors by USA College Football. Senior offensive lineman Joe Ray (Atlanta, Ga.) was

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Late Rally Lifts 'Dads Over 'Hoppers

Greensboro, NC - Monday night's game came down to whoever scored last would win. And it just so happens that the Hickory Crawdads, who blew a 3-0 lead in the seventh inning, came charging back to

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WHS Track Camp Schedule Change

Watauga High cross country and track coach Randy McDonough has announced that the Watauga High Track & Field Camp originally scheduled for Wednesday July 15 has been moved to Thursday July 30.

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Poster Giveaway Days Set for July

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University athletics will hold 11 2015 football poster giveaway events throughout western North Carolina during the month of July. In addition to receiving a complimentary football poster, fans will also have the opportunity to register for the Junior Mountaineer Kids Club and Football 101/201 and purchase 2015 Appalachian State football season tickets at each stop of the

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Seminoles, Mountaineers Discussing Neutral-Site Game

The Florida State Seminoles and the West Virginia Mountaineers are discussing meeting in a neutral-site football game as early as 2018, per a report from the Palm Beach Post. Two weeks ago, Florida State

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Panthers, Dolphins to hold joint training camp practices

CHARLOTTE – For the first time since 2000 when they hosted the Detroit Lions, the Panthers are practicing with another NFL team during training camp. The Miami Dolphins will visit Wofford College for

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Pair Of Tar Heels On Hornung Watch List

LOUISVILLE, Ky. --- The Louisville Sports Commission today named 44 multi-talented college football players to the 2015 Watch List for the Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse and

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Bears Swimming Garners All-America Accolades

Norfolk, Va. - Both the Lenoir-Rhyne University Men's and Women's Swimming Teams garnered Scholar All-American honors for the spring semester of 2015. The award is presented by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).

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Sun Belt Conference Roundup....

SOUTH ALABAMA INITIATES EXPLORATORY PROCESS FOR FOOTBALL STADIUM: MOBILE, Ala. – The University of South Alabama has initiated a preliminary exploration of the financial, logistical and infrastructural requirements associated with the possible construction of an on-campus football stadium. At this time, no decision has been made about whether or not the University will

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Byington Names Two New Staff Members

STATESBORO, Ga. – Georgia Southern men’s basketball head coach Mark Byington has announced the hiring of Ben Betts and Rob Burke to his staff for the 2015-16 season. Betts joins the Eagles as an assistant coach with more than two decades of experience, and comes to Statesboro after a stop at Indiana-Purdue Fort Waye. Burke, the new director of basketball operations, joins the Eagles after five

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Ceaser Named to Hornung Watch List

LOUISVILLE, KY. -- For the second consecutive season, ULM’s Rashon Ceaser has been named to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse. The award,

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USA Women Win World Cup

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — And Carli Lloyd played a huge role in that victory. Lloyd scored the quickest goal in a Women’s World Cup with a tally in the first three minutes of the match, and she

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Crawdads Win Their 50th Game

Greensboro, NC - Take what you can get, and make the most of it. And that's exactly what the Hickory Crawdads did Sunday night in a 3-1 win against the Greensboro Grasshoppers in a South Atlantic

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Jones Homers in 7-6 Loss

What a difference a year has made for Ryder Jones. Last season, Jones, who played at Watauga High School, had his struggles. He split time between the Augusta GreenJackets of the low-Class A South

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Crawdads Crush Grasshoppers 11-2

Greensboro, NC - The Hickory Crawdads celebrated the 4th of July with an aerial assault of their own Saturday night, as they exploded for 11 runs on 13 hits including two home runs in an 11-2 rout of

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Errors Unravel Crawdads in 4-3 Loss

Hickory, NC - What's that old saying, "what can go wrong, will go wrong." Well, that phrase best describes the Hickory Crawdads in their 4-3 loss to the Greenville Drive in the final game of their four-

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Salamon Takes Second At Canadian Junior Nationals

Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - Lenoir-Rhyne's Haylea Salamon placed second in the women's discus throw at the 2015 Canadian Track and Field Junior Championships Friday at Foote Field. Salamon, a

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Tar Heel NBA Free Agency Primer

CHAPEL HILL—The initial free agent signing period in early July has become one of the fastest-paced portions of the NBA calendar. Several former University of North Carolina players are on the move this

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MOBILE, Ala. – Fresh off completing her first semester of college a little over a two weeks ago, University of South Alabama women's basketball freshman Christen Carter will set off on a new journey

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