The N.C. Wesleyan baseball team was just beginning to find its footing before the season came to an abrupt end.
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Retirement came early for Greg Clark.
Saturday, March 21, 2020
This was supposed to be an important season for Reid Johnston.
Saturday, March 07, 2020
Lauryn Clark will be playing tennis close to home on Sunday.
Saturday, February 08, 2020
Southern Nash swimmer Alex Terry turned in his best race of the season and vaulted himself into the consolation finals during Saturday’s Class 3-A state swimming meet held at Cary’s Triangle Aquatic Center.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
It will be a young Tarboro River Bandits team that takes the field in its inaugural season of the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League as the current 28-player roster is made up of one junior, 14 sophomores and 13 freshmen.
The N.C. Wesleyan women’s basketball team rallied from a second-half deficit and secured another win, this one coming against visiting Greensboro College in a USA South Conference game on Tuesday.
The Tar River Bandits, eastern North Carolina’s first franchise in the Carolina Virginia Collegiate League, has announced the signing of three more players for the team’s inaugural season.
The USA South Conference announced on Wednesday its 2019 all-conference football awards and N.C. Wesleyan linebacker Antonio Johnson’s season of earning accolades continued.
Antonio Johnson is playing his fourth season of football for N.C. Wesleyan, and over that time he has walked onto the team’s practice field located on the school’s campus countless times.
Southern Nash football coach Brian Foster traveled to Furman University on Saturday to support a pair of former players in the Paladins’ opening-week game against Charleston Southern.
When Elizabeth City State University football coach Anthony Jones took over the program ahead of the 2018 season, he soon learned about the Down East Viking Football Classic.
The N.C. State offense will look decidedly different this season, and coach Dave Doeren isn’t tipping his hand as to what that means for this team’s play style.
N.C. Wesleyan women’s soccer coach Beverly Biancur was 4,000 miles away from home when the group chat she’s in with some of her former players started to heat up.