Recent Event Highlights: 2008 Tribe Football: DJ McAulay Highlights vs. NC State, 2008 Tribe Football: Derek Cox Highlights vs. NC State, 2010 NCCU FOOTBALL TICKET COMMERCIAL, John Stucky Strength and Conditioning Coach, Debbie Yow Named NC State Director of Athletics (Complete Press Conference) 6/25/10, Part 2 of 2-RIP Big 12--Why Football led to all of this!, and 128 more...
Created by dipity on Jan 24, 2009
Last updated: 11/18/10 at 04:15 PM
"The Importance of Strategy in Stormy Times" was the title given by UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip L. Dubois to his State of the University address during convocation on Aug. 17. With the state's ongoing budget constraints serving as the backdrop to his remarks, Dubois said one of his top priorities for the coming year will be to address the need to revise the University's five-year institutional plan.
ESPNU is a television channel that specializes in college sports, and is produced by, affiliated with and owned by parent network ESPN. ESPNU originates out of ESPN Regional Television's (aka ESPN Plus) Charlotte, North Carolina offices. The network was launched on March 4, 2005 from the site of Gallagher-Iba Arena on the Oklahoma State University Campus in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The network's first live event was a semi-final game of the Ohio Valley Conference men's basketball tournament that saw Southeast Missouri State University fall to Eastern Kentucky University. The network was launched as a response to upstart rival CSTV (now CBS College Sports Network). ESPN was also being investigated by the US Justice Department due to "warehousing" of college games from certain conferences, or signing a deal with a conference for all their games, but only televising a small number and not allowing the conference to make other arrangements for TV broadcasts. ESPN and XOS Technologies signed a partnership for college athletics websites to compete directly with CSTV's growing internet presence. On August 28, 2006, ESPNU launched a new SportsCenter spin-off dealing entirely with college sports. That show, called SportsCenterU, was originally scheduled to be broadcast from ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, but ESPN changed its plans and the show originates from Charlotte. Mike Hall was the show's lead anchor until August 2007, when he left for the new Big Ten Network. The ...
Reserve your seats now for the 2010 NCCU Football season, as the mighty Eagles play a school record seven home games inside O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium. Call 919-530-5170 to order your tickets for the 2010 Football season, or fly over to www.NCCUEaglePride.com, and book your seats online. The Eagles take on Johnson C. Smith (Thurs. Sept 2), Winston-Salem State (Sept. 11), NC A&T (Sept. 25), Hampton (Oct.9), Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 23), Edward Waters (Homecoming Oct. 30), and Old Dominion (Nov. 20)
It is important to me, as an instructor, to be able to cary out the tasks that I am asking of my students. If I can't do certain things correctly, then how can I expect my students to? It is with that sentiment that I find it necessary to post clips of my golf swing. Through working on my own swing, I have found the most success while working on proper fundamentals and impact. By utilitizng a sound lower-body pivot and understanding how the club is to strike the ball, I have been able to build an efficient and repeatable motion for myself. In a nut shell, it is my goal as an instructor to take the best approach in building the most efficient and repeatable motion for each individual student. Though the route we take may be unique to each student, the end goal is universal.
John Stucky was recognized posthumously as a Legend in the Field of strength and conditioning shortly after his death in 2007. Stucky's coaching career included stints at the University of Arkansas, North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Tennessee. He received many honors throughout his successful coaching career. In May 2000, Stucky, along with nine of his peers, helped to form the CSCCa in 2001. As a coach, Stucky mentored many young men and women who were interested in becoming Strength and Conditioning Coaches. Although John has passed away, his memory lives on through Strength and Conditioning Coaches nationwide.
On Friday, June 25, NC native Debbie Yow was named director of athletics at NC State. Yow - sister of the late Kay Yow, who coached the university's women's basketball program for 34 years, and former Wolfpack All-American Susan Yow - joins NC State after 16 years as director of athletics at the University of Maryland, where the athletic program garnered 20 national championships under her leadership. Video by NC State University Communications. For more information, visit: www.ncsu.edu
Meghan Chapman, a transfer from North Carolina State, and the newest member of the Tulane women's golf team, will bring an abundance of experience to the 2010-11 Green Wave squad. In her career, she's played 54 rounds in 18 events and has a stroke average of 76.40. Chapman stopped by for a short Q&A session with the Tulane Athletics Communication staff to share how she has adapted to the team, Tulane, New Orleans and some of her on and off the course favorites. Based on Chapman's answers, it's obvious she is acclimating well, loves golf and is excited about her future at Tulane.
College Football is the #1 revenue sport in college athletics! it's no surprise that the Pac 10 wanted OU, Texas, and 4 other Big 12 schools to make the first ever superconference in college sports!
(VUcommodores.com) June 9, 2010 - Vanderbilt pitcher Sonny Gray talks with local media about the Commodores' upcoming matchup with Florida State in the NCAA Super Regionals. For official coverage of Vanderbilt Athletics, visit VUcommodores.com.
GT Head coach Danny Hall and junior Brandon Cumpton talk to media following Tech's 17-5 win over NC State Saturday, May 29, at the 2010 ACC Baseball Championships.
www.marylandmarlins.com On to next year, new teams and new levels! Tryouts 5/22 & 5/23! Don't miss being a part of all the excitement tryout weekend! We plan to add the following teams: Senior 3-4 Junior 2 Youth 3 Tsunami, Senior 5 - Congratulations for placing 5th at Worlds the most prestigious event held each year. The medalists were Cheer Extreme from North Carolina, World Cup from New Jersey and Cheer Athletics from Texas. The Marlins received their bid from Spirit Nationals held in Philadelphia. Vortex, Senior Open 5 - State Champions and Spirit National Champions Breakers - Junior 4 was a new division this year but one of the favorite teams in the state! Beautiful stunting, beautiful tumbling and beautiful technique will make this team blossom to their full potential! Current - Junior 2 Mist - Youth 2 Splash - Youth 1 Ripples - Tiny 1
Athletes With Talent 2010
When most people see a fire, the run from it. Julia Lucas, former Cross-Country athlete from North Carolina State University, ran toward it. While hanging out at her house near campus one day, another home, across the street, erupted in flames. Upon hearing that there were children trapped inside, Julia ran into the fire and rescued them. See her unbelievable story here, from our January 2007 edition of "On Campus."
A collection of on-field interviews from the 2010 Kay Yow Spring Football Game, held April 17 at Carter-Finley Stadium. Mark Thomas chats with NC State chancellor Randy Woodson, head coach Tom O'Brien, as well as former Wolfpack stars Haywood Jeffires, Jerricho Cotchery and Toney Baker. Produced by WolfpackTV. For more game coverage, visit www.gopack.com
Day 1 video highlights of 2011 WR Kintrell Disher from Orangeburg Wilkinson High School (SC) at the New Level Athletics/Badger Sport 7 on 7 Tournament in Tuscaloosa Alabama. At 6'4 195 pounds Disher came in and emerged as a player who had many coaches and Scout.com analysts talking. Currently Disher holds no offers but has interest from North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Howard, and Maryland. Expect many more schools to come calling as Disher shined brightly during Day 1 against some of the country's top prospects. Stay tuned to SCPrepNation.com for more including a video interview with Disher to get more inside scoop regarding his recruitment and upcoming visit schedule.
During the weekend of April 16-17, 2010, former NC State football players (from teams that span decades) reunited as part of Kay Yow Spring Game festivities. During halftime of Saturday's spring game, the players gathered on field, where they were joined by their own children and grandchildren as well. Video shot, edited and produced by NC State University Communications.
On Wednesday, Feb. 17, we welcomed Chancellor-elect William Randolph Woodson and his wife, Susan, to the NC State family with a pep-band-fueled, high-energy celebratory event at Reynolds Coliseum. Dr. Woodson, who met hundreds of students, faculty, staff and alumni after the festivities, will officially join NC State as chancellor on April 5. • For a transcript, please visit: ncsu.edu • For more information on this event, please visit: www.ncsu.edu
McDonald's roster should include HarrowNews & ObserverIt is easy to criticize the team and selecting the "best" squad is impossible, but NC State recruit Ryan Harrow was deserving of selection. ...and more »
Sendek: The Providence yearsAZ Central.com (blog)He was an East Coast guy -- Providence and North Carolina State and Miami of Ohio, with roots in Pittsburgh. But I knew back then, given the opportunity he ...
Lets Hear it for the ADsLa Salle-Peru High SchoolBut the boy worked hard, became a starter, and earned a scholarship to NC State University. After a career with the Miami Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals, ...
Lady Mocs Host Davidson In Pink Zone InitiativeThe ChattanooganThe late Kay Yow, former North Carolina State University head women's basketball coach, served as the catalyst for the initiative after her third ...and more »
Long week for UNC ends with win over NC StateGreensboro News & RecordThis loss won't go over well with the State faithful, though the Wolfpack coach got a vote of confidence from his athletics director this week. ...and more »
For Augusta State, any publicity is goodAugusta Chronicle"Athletics is by no means the most important aspect of a university, but many times it's the front porch of the university," Bryant said. ...and more »
OregonLive.com (blog)WSU names interim AD to fill in for departing SterkSeattle Post Intelligencer (blog)He grew up in the Bellingham area and attended Western Washington University before going on to work in athletic administration at North Carolina, Maine, ...STERK HEADING SOUTHCougfan.com (subscription)WSU athletic director Sterk applies for SDSU jobSan Francisco Chronicleall 94 news articles »
Ohio State to Host Villanova on SaturdayLacrosse Magazine OnlineThe squad, which was fourth among Ohio State athletics teams last year with 389 hours, has volunteered in a number of areas, from helping World War II ...and more »
BU Athletics Report ReleasedWBGHHomework was done for students, possible NC-double A violations were committed and even criminal acts had or possibly had been done. ...and more »
NC Athletic Directors Association names 16th Hall of Fame classBoylan Catholic High SchoolThe three will be recognized at the annual North Carolina Athletic Directors Association state conference at the Grove Park Inn with the Hall of Fame ...and more »
Mustapha Farrakhan of Virginia dunks on Javier Gonzalez of NC State.
Mustapha Farrakhan throws it down with authority.
Coach O'Brien discusses the 2010 recruiting class.
North Carolina Central University men's basketball head coach levelle Moton discusses the Eagles season to date and the upcoming contest at NC State (Jan. 30, 2010). Filmed and produced by Chris Hooks, NCCU Assistant Sports Information Director.
Men's Soccer lost 3-1 in a battle with NC State. (9-1-09)
Courtesy of Raycom Sports, take a look at Virginia's Top 5 plays against NC State in this ACC opener (January 9, 2010)
Caught his autographed hat at last year's NC State game on the road. Oct 2008
Florida hits a 3 point shot for buzzer beater versus NC State 2010 from 70 feet away! HOLY COW THIS IS AWESOME!!!! I am ALL about my U of K Wildcats but I love me some GREAT sports videos!!!
Barton College's women battled the Broncos of Fayetteville State University before a small crowd in the Dec. 12, 2009, home basketball game. Details available here: www2.barton.edu
Emma G cops a silver in the beam at the State Meet in Stanly Co., North Carolina. She scored a 9.000, but didn't know until they called her name that she'd even gotten onto the podium.
The king action sports stunt show at the 2009 north carolina state fair. Enjoy!
This is footage from the locker room after Clemson thrashed NC State, 43-23
At 12:05 (officially), PG Ryan Harrow, of Marrieta (Ga.) Walton, signed his national letter of intent to play basketball for Sidney Lowe at NC State University.
Former Duke Sports Editor Ben Cohen and writer Andy Moore breakdown the past Duke-NC State football game.
UFCA basketball players having fun showing off their athleticism
NC State head coach Tom O'Brien met with the media on Monday to discuss the win over Murray State and the upcoming game against Gardner-Webb
Duke football fans proved they see promise in the 2009 season over the weekend, when one of the largest crowds in recent years showed up to Wallace Wade Stadium to see the Blue Devils play Saturday. Wallace Wade hosted 33311 fans Sept. 5 for the home opener against University of Richmond. It was the largest number of fans at a Duke home game since the Blue Devils had 35206 fans on Nov. 3, 2001 against North Carolina State University. The crowd surpassed last seasons kick-off against James Madison University, which was attended by 32571 in Head Coach David Cutcliffes debut. The Duke Football program was ecstatic about the support provided by all the Duke employees, Cutcliffe said. The atmosphere of all the employees and their families brought to the stadium was excellent. We were disappointed in the outcome of the game, but not with the energy the Duke community provided to our team. As part of Dukes Employee Kick-Off Celebration, employees and their families reserved more than 22000 free tickets to the game and were treated to family activities like face painting, inflatable rides and a buffet prior to the game. Despite the large turnout, Duke fell to Richmond 24-16. Even still, Cutcliffe said he was pleased with the fan turnout, especially the large numbers of employees who attended. Tickets for the next home game against North Carolina Central University on Sept. 26 are now available. Faculty and staff can also purchase the Employee Athletic Pass, which provides tickets ...
You can watch the actual video at the ECU Athletics site: www.ecupirates.com It's video #2 in the video box.
...filled with tax increases and cuts to classrooms and medical services, some lawmakers sought to include curbs on the use of state money for college athletics. The final product of their work is no home run for that agenda. The budget bars community colleges...
The Asheville Citizen-Times