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ACC 2005-06 Basketball ScheduleACC 2005-06 Basketball Schedule
[Oct. 12, 2005] A record-setting 276 television appearances involving Atlantic Coast Conference teams headline the league's 2005-06 basketball schedule as released by Commissioner John Swofford. The schedule also boastsan all-time high 181 televised games involving ACC teams and marks the second-straight year that the league has had more than 250 television appearances and the 11th-straight year with 200-or-more.
2005-06 ACC Women's Basketball schedule announced2005-06 ACC Women's Basketball schedule announced
[Aug. 26, 2005] Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford announced today the composite schedule for the upcoming 2005-06 ACC Women's Basketball season. The women's basketball season tips off on Friday, November 11, when Boston College hosts Drexel in the Preseason Women's NIT. The ACC's league schedule is set to begin on Monday, January 2, with Duke hosting Wake Forest and Virginia Tech traveling to Raleigh to face NC State in a game set to be shown on the league's regional sports networks.
UNC's Scott named to All-ACC Academic teamUNC's Scott named to All-ACC Academic team
[Aug. 18, 2005] The 2004-05 All-ACC Academic Basketball Team was released by the Atlantic Coast Conference on Wednesday. Former Tar Heel guard Melvin Scott was named to the 10-member squad. Scott earned his UNC degree in African Studies in May 2005. Scott averaged 5.1 points per game as a senior in 2004-05.
May named ACC Male Athlete of the YearMay named ACC Male Athlete of the Year
[Jul. 20, 2005] University of North Carolina center Sean May, the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Final Four, has won the McKevlin Award as the 2005 Atlantic Coast Conference Male Athlete of the Year. The award was voted upon by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and has been given each year since 1954. This is the 13th time a Tar Heel has won the McKevlin Award, but May is only the second UNC recipient in the last 20 years. May is the first Tar Heel to win Male Athlete of the Year honors since basketball player Antawn Jamison in 1998.
Roy Williams comments on Kansas self-reportRoy Williams comments on Kansas self-report
[Jul. 17, 2005] Roy Williams: "For 15 years as head coach at the University of Kansas I tried to run a model program, adhering to all NCAA rules. We wanted a program that would positively represent the University and the integrity of our basketball program was always very important to me.
Hawks sign Carolina's Marvin WilliamsHawks sign Carolina's Marvin Williams
[Jul. 13, 2005] Atlanta signed No. 2 overall draft pick Marvin Williams on Tuesday. The North Carolina forward, Atlanta's highest selection since picking first in 1975, is the last of the top 10 draft picks to sign. The 6-foot-9 Williams played one year for the NCAA champion Tar Heels before leaving early for the draft.
UNC's Rashad McCants signs with the TimberwolvesUNC's Rashad McCants signs with the Timberwolves
[Jul. 12, 2005] The NBA Timberwolves announced Monday that they had signed first-round draft pick Rashad McCants to a contract. Minnesota selected McCants, a 6-4, 207-pound guard from North Carolina, with the 14th overall selection in the first round of the 2005 NBA Draft. The 20-year-old McCants was an early entry candidate for the draft after spending three seasons at North Carolina (2002-03 - 2004-05). He averaged 17.6 ppg (.486 FG%), 4.1 rpg and 2.1 apg in 98 career games.
Roy Williams and Sean May nominated for ESPY awardsRoy Williams and Sean May nominated for ESPY awards
[Jul. 10, 2005] Former University of North Carolina men's basketball player Sean May, Tar Heel head coach Roy Williams and former UNC women's soccer star Mia Hamm are all nominees for awards at the 13th-annual ESPY Awards given by ESPN.
Felton to be on cover of EA March Madness 2006 video gameFelton to be on cover of EA March Madness 2006 video game
[Jun. 29, 2005] Raymond Felton, point guard for the 2005 NCAA champion North Carolina basketball team, has been selected as the cover athlete and spokeman for Electronic Arts’ “NCAA March Madness ’06” video game. Felton opted to depart Carolina and enter the NBA draft after leading the Tar Heels to the title in his junior year.
New Orleans Hornets select Wake Forest guard Chris PaulNew Orleans Hornets select Wake Forest guard Chris Paul
[Jun. 28, 2005] The New Orleans Hornets used the fourth pick in the NBA draft on Wake Forest's Chris Paul, whom they hope will give them star quality at point guard. The Hornets went 18-64 last season, trading All-Star point guard Baron Davis to Golden State and using journeyman Dan Dickau to close the season. He is considered a backup, as is Speedy Claxton.
A Mile High: Hodge taken by Denver in first roundA Mile High: Hodge taken by Denver in first round
[Jun. 28, 2005] As he had done so many times during his brilliant career at NC State, Julius Hodge was wearing that mega-watt smile for which he is now so famous. His mother was crying tears of joy. The scene was Madison Square Garden in New York, a place where Hodge dreamed of playing throughout his childhood in New York. It was indeed a moment worthy of a big celebration Tuesday night when Hodge became the 20th pick of the 2005 NBA Draft, selected by the Denver Nuggets.
Ewing selected in NBA draftEwing selected in NBA draft
[Jun. 28, 2005] Daniel Ewing became the 36th player selected in the NBA Draft under head coach Mike Krzyzewski when he was taken in the 49th version of the event Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Ewing was the 32nd player selected, second in the second round, by the Los Angeles Clippers.
Four Tar Heels selected in NBA draft lotteryFour Tar Heels selected in NBA draft lottery
[Jun. 28, 2005] Led by second overall pick Marvin Williams, four University of North Carolina men's basketball players were selected in the first 14 picks of the first round of Tuesday night's 2005 NBA Draft at Madison Square Garden in New York, N.Y. All four Tar Heel first-rounders were lottery picks and early entries into the draft. Carolina becomes just the second school in NCAA history to have four players chosen in the first round of a single draft, joining Duke in 1999.
World's greatest alumni game returning to Smith CenterWorld's greatest alumni game returning to Smith Center
[Jun. 7, 2005] Tar Heel and Atlantic Coast Conference basketball fans are invited to attend the fourth-annual World's Greatest Alumni Game, to be held at the Smith Center in Chapel Hill on Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. Jerry Stackhouse and Antawn Jamison again will act as hosts of the event, with proceeds going to the American Diabetes Foundation.
Jamison, Stackhouse award scholarshipsJamison, Stackhouse award scholarships
[May 31, 2005] Former University of North Carolina men's basketball players Antawn Jamison and Jerry Stackhouse have continued an annual tradition by awarding college scholarships to four student-athletes at their former North Carolina high schools. Jamison, now with the Washington Wizards, and Stackhouse, of the Dallas Mavericks, both have been recognized by the NBA in recent years for their continued charity and outreach efforts.

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