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Berne named CAA Player-of-the-Week

No. 32 Mason Berne

Noah Powers, Assistant Sports Editor

May 10, 2018

For the second time this season, UNC Wilmington infielder Mason Berne was named Colonial Athletic Association Player-of-the-Week. Berne, who was given CAA Co-Player-of-the-Week honors on March 26, helped UNCW to sweep conference rival James Madison this past weekend. The senior batted 6-for-14 (.429)...

UNCW picks up first CAA win against Drexel

UNCW picks up first CAA win against Drexel

Brandon Sans, Assistant Sports Editor

January 2, 2018

After not finding an offensive rhythm in its Colonial Athletic Association opener against Delaware, UNC Wilmington (4-10, 1-1 CAA) found nothing but offense in its 107-87 win over Drexel (6-9, 0-2) on Tuesday night. The Seahawks may be starting to turn a corner in their season by winning two of their...

Barefoot era begins with a blowout exhibition win

Lacey Suggs (left) prepares to take ball in prior to the second half start.

Lanre Badmus, Staff Writer

October 29, 2017

The UNC Wilmington women’s basketball team has a new lease on life for the 2017-18 season, and fans got to catch their first glimpse of what that might look like in an 81-37 victory over in-state Division III opponent Greensboro College at Trask Coliseum on Sunday afternoon. The Seahawks, led by...

Seahawks to play in Disaster Relief Jamboree

Seahawks to play in Disaster Relief Jamboree

Collin Underwood, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2017

The new era of UNC Wilmington men’s basketball is set to take flight with the announcement of the Disaster Relief Jamboree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Monday evening. "This is a tremendous opportunity for our universities, our basketball programs, and college basketball fans...

Midnite Madness returns to Trask Coliseum

Midnite Madness returns to Trask Coliseum

Brandon Sans, Assistant Sports Editor

October 21, 2017

As it is each year at UNC Wilmington, both the men’s and women’s basketball programs tipped off the season with the annual Midnite Madness event in Trask Coliseum. The event was the cultivation of a week-long fan fest environment on the campus. Events included an ice cream giveaway and a chance...

Tournament to be “madder” than usual

McLeod Brown | Sports Editor

March 18, 2013

   It's that time of year again.The time where dreams are realized, hopes are crushed, and bragging rights are madeThe 2013 NCAA Divison I Men's Basketball Championship field has been selected. As March Madness begins, here's a primer on each region and the teams to watch for before tip-off come...

Rendleman leaves UNCW breaking rebounding record

Marty Simpkins | Staff Writer

March 12, 2013

Keith Rendleman broke Brian Rowsom's all-time rebounding record on Feb. 20  during a 84-61 loss against Old Dominion.  He finished with 15 points and 11 boards, passing Rowsom's career mark of 1,015 rebounds.After completing his final season against Drexel on March 2, the senior ended his career with 1,055 re...

Seahawks lose final home game of the season in heartbreaking fashion

Charles Cox | Staff Writer

February 28, 2013

The thrill and emotion of the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team's senior night, coupled with Coach Buzz Peterson's teal jacket, wasn't quite enough, as the Seahawks lost a heartbreaker to William & Mary, 73-72 on Wednesday night at Trask Coliseum.While it was an excellent game, the Hawks didn't sen...

Seahawks drop tough one to Delaware

Evan Edwards | Staff Writer

February 26, 2013

For the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team, it has been a season filled with disappointments. On Saturday night,  the pool of let-downs became deeper when the Seahawks lost to visiting Delaware, 79-78.It's one thing to get blown out, but losing in a nail-biter stings far worse.Down one with 7.2 second...

Shane Reybold: The man behind the mask

Evan Edwards | Staff Writer

February 26, 2013

Crab cakes are cool and all, but for junior basketball player Shane Reybold, the beach seemed much cooler."Just like everybody else down here, I wanted to be at the beach," Reybold said.Hailing from Laurel, Maryland, the 6 foot 8 power forward has really come on strong as of late for the UNC Wilmingto...

Men’s basketball upsets conference leader on Homecoming

Sammy the Seahawk watches from the sidelines as the UNCW men's basketball team pushes past the Northeastern Huskies. Sammy not only serves as a symbol of UNCW, but he also serves as the physical embodyment of school spirit and the campus and community coming together to cheer on our Boys in Teal.

McLeod Brown | Sports Editor

February 17, 2013

Keith Rendleman has been the backbone of the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team for much of his four years in Wilmington.The Denver, NC native has garnered all-conference awards on his way to lifting his name into the conversation of Seahawk greats.On Saturday night, in UNCW's annual Homecoming game, t...

Seahawks drop a tough one to Hofstra

Charles Cox | Staff Writer

February 9, 2013

The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team's game against Hofstra on Saturday was a tale of two halves. The Seahawks headed into the locker room with a ten point halftime lead, only to watch it disappear in the second half, turning into a 65-56 loss."We make mistakes, we fight our way back, we get down," s...

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