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Trevor Deloach: An unlikely hero

Tyler Heffernan | Sports Editor

January 13, 2011

When Trevor Deloach scored the game- winning three-point shot at the buzzer against Georgia State, he ran to press row, leapt on the table and held his hands up in jubilation. Trask Coliseum erupted in cheers, celebrating Deloach's late-game heroics.For the junior guard, it wasn't about him, though. "It was ju...

Party like it’s the NFL Postseason

Cam Ellis | Contributing Writer

January 13, 2011

Now that the holidays are over, let the real party begin. America's favorite time of the year, playoff season, is upon us. It's time for the best of the best in the NFL to show what they're worth, to finally achieve the greatness they've been chasing for the past seventeen weeks. Playoff season separates...

Looking into my Crystal Ball: Basketball Commentary

Tyler Heffernan | Sports Editor

November 17, 2010

Brett Favre is making headlines off the field, college football fans are starting to gripe about the BCS and so-called experts are predicting how the college basketball season will play out. Yup, just another November in the sports world.How much attention should be paid to those basketball analysts claimi...

Seahawk Winter Viewing Guide

Tyler Heffernan | Sports Editor

November 17, 2010

Men's BasketballLast season:(9-22 overall, 5-14 CAA)Where they compete:Trask ColiseumPlayer to watch:Ahmad Grant. The senior guard finished in the top five on the team in scoring, assists and steals. He scored in double figures seven out of the final 10 games last season.The breakdown:Buzz Peterson i...

An Athlete’s Perspective: The 5 worst things about being a student-athlete

Mat Batts | Staff Writer

November 10, 2010

 Editor's Note: Mat Batts is a pitcher on the baseball team. The southpaw will be providing a unique athlete's perspective in his articles. Enjoy.Being a student-athlete is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences that a college student can have. The experience, however, is not all glamour...

With controversy behind them, the Seahawks set their sights on season

Chad Graves | Staff Writer

November 10, 2010

No one can argue that the UNC-Wilmington women's basketball team has had a controversial preseason.Multiple reports have been published questioning and criticizing the log-rolling incident that occurred on Sept. 20. Assistant coach Johnetta Hayes demanded junior guard Julia Finlay roll up and down the...

Buzz Peterson Profile

Tyler Heffernan | Sports Editor

November 4, 2010

Dressed in a collared shirt and khaki shorts, Buzz Peterson looks like a true ex-jock. The UNC-Wilmington men's basketball head coach's massive hands and daunting 6-foot-4-inch frame indicate a once promising basketball career as a McDonald's high school All-American and highly touted college recruit.After d...

Mallards add veteran blueliner Fisher

By Craig DeVrieze of the Quad-City Times

November 19, 2009

Veteran defenseman Shaun Fisher, a player the Quad-City Mallards tabbed in the summer expansion draft, has been added to the roster while young forward Domenic Maiani and rookie defenseman Iain McPhee were let go Thursday. Coach Frank Anzalone said Fisher, a ninth-year pro who signed with ECHL Bakersf...

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