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Davidson women's soccer welcomes ten to class of 2015Davidson women's soccer welcomes ten to class of 2015
[Feb. 3, 2011] Head coach Greg Ashton has announced that 10 scholar-athletes will join the Davidson program in August 2011 to kickoff their first collegiate soccer season as members of the Davidson women’s soccer team. Among those joining the program is Annie Cleaver of Northwood High School in Pittsboro, NC.
 
Appalachian State University placed 36 student-athletes on the SoCon Fall Academic All-Conference teamAppalachian State University placed 36 student-athletes on the SoCon Fall Academic All-Conference team
[Dec. 22, 2010] Appalachian State University placed 36 student-athletes on the Southern Conference fall academic all-conference team, announced the league office. A total of 345 student- athletes, representing all 12 Southern Conference institutions were named to the team.
 
Harrison promoted to Duke Associate Director of Athletics for Human ResourcesHarrison promoted to Duke Associate Director of Athletics for Human Resources
[Jul. 12, 2010] Duke University Vice President and Director of Athletics Kevin White announced on Thursday the promotion of Gerald J. Harrison to Associate Director of Athletics for Human Resources. Harrison, who joined the staff in January of 2008, had previously served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Human Resources.
 
What they are saying about Debbie Yow as NC State Athletic DirectorWhat they are saying about Debbie Yow as NC State Athletic Director
[Jun. 26, 2010] Members of the athletic community share their thoughts on NC State's hire of Debbie Yow as the university's athletic director. What they are saying about Debbie Yow.
 
NC State names Debbie Yow Athletic DirectorNC State names Debbie Yow Athletic Director
[Jun. 26, 2010] Deborah A. Yow has been named director of athletics at North Carolina State University. Chancellor Randy Woodson made the announcement at a Friday afternoon press conference at Vaughn Towers.
 
Duke falls to Syracuse in NCAA lacrosse semifinalsDuke falls to Syracuse in NCAA lacrosse semifinals
[May 24, 2009] The Duke University men’s lacrosse team suffered a 17-7 loss to Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament Semifinal on Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The second-seeded Orange outscored the third-seeded Blue Devils 9-3 in the second half to advance to the NCAA Championship on Monday, May 25.
 
No. 3 Duke lacrosse team quiets Red Storm, 20-7No. 3 Duke lacrosse team quiets Red Storm, 20-7
[May 3, 2009] Eleven different players tallied at least one goal as third-ranked Duke cruised to a 20-7 win over St. John’s in its final regular season game. The Blue Devils have won seven straight and 11 of their previous 12 contests.
 
Tar Heels lose to Duke in ACC Championship gameTar Heels lose to Duke in ACC Championship game
[May 3, 2009] Senior Mike Catalino and freshman C.J. Costabile both recorded hat tricks to lead the defending champion Blue Devils to their third straight Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Lacrosse Championship. Duke held off a determined North Carolina team, 15-13, on Sunday afternoon, April 26, at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C.
 
Duke captures third straight ACC men's lacrosse crownDuke captures third straight ACC men's lacrosse crown
[May 3, 2009] Senior Mike Catalino and freshman C.J. Costabile both recorded hat tricks to lead the defending champion Blue Devils to their third straight Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Lacrosse Championship. Duke held off a determined North Carolina team, 15-13, on Sunday afternoon, April 26, at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C.
 
Tar Heels announce men's lacrosse Class of 2013 recruitsTar Heels announce men's lacrosse Class of 2013 recruits
[May 3, 2009] North Carolina head men's lacrosse coach Joe Breschi proudly announced on Sunday a group of 12 prospective student-athletes who will join the Tar Heel program in August of 2009. The 12 student-athletes will look to replace nine seniors who will be graduating off North Carolina's 2009 team. The class includes Ian Braddish, Stephen Burns, Marcus Holman, Stevie Kirkup, William Leighton-Armah, Greg McBride, Kieran McDonald, Ed Prevost, Conor Steidle, Sean Taylor, Zander Walters and Cam Wood.
 
Follow Duke men's lacrosse on TwitterFollow Duke men's lacrosse on Twitter
[May 3, 2009] Fans of Duke men’s lacrosse now can follow the Blue Devils on Twitter. Check the Twitter Web site for updates on all of the lacrosse happenings throughout the rest of the season.
 
Duke dominates No. 1 Virginia to advance to ACC Lacrosse ChampionshipDuke dominates No. 1 Virginia to advance to ACC Lacrosse Championship
[Apr. 25, 2009] Duke attackman Ned Crotty proved just why he was named the 2009 ACC Player of the Year as the senior led the sixth-ranked Blue Devils to an 16-5 victory over top-ranked Virginia Friday night at Kenan Stadium in the semifinals of the 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Championship.
Also: 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Tournament
 
No. 2 seed Duke rolls past No. 3 seed Virginia in ACC Lacrosse Tournament, 16-5No. 2 seed Duke rolls past No. 3 seed Virginia in ACC Lacrosse Tournament, 16-5
[Apr. 25, 2009] Duke attackman Ned Crotty proved just why he was named the 2009 ACC Player of the Year as the senior led the sixth-ranked Blue Devils to an 16-5 victory over top-ranked Virginia Friday night at Kenan Stadium in the semifinals of the 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Championship.
Also: 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Tournament
 
Carolina heads to ACC Lacrosse Championship game on SundayCarolina heads to ACC Lacrosse Championship game on Sunday
[Apr. 25, 2009] The eighth-ranked University of North Carolina men's lacrosse squad thrived on its highest scoring output in the ACC Tournament since 2000 as first-year head coach Joe Breschi led his Tar Heels into Sunday's championship game of the 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Championship. The 16 goals were the most scored by the Tar Heels in tournament play since April 21, 2000 when Virginia defeated the Tar Heels 17-16 in a tournament semifinal game in College Park, Md.
Also: 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Tournament
 
Fourth-seeded North Carolina topples top-seeded Maryland in ACC Lacrosse Tournament, 16-10Fourth-seeded North Carolina topples top-seeded Maryland in ACC Lacrosse Tournament, 16-10
[Apr. 25, 2009] Four North Carolina players each scored a hat trick to lead the eighth-ranked Tar Heels to a 16-10 victory past top-seeded Maryland in semifinal action of the 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Championship, held on the grounds of the University of North Carolina Friday evening.
Also: 2009 ACC Men's Lacrosse Tournament

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