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Johnson ignites rally, No. 3 NC State tops No. 3 Louisville

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Diamond Johnson scored 11 of her 16 points in a 4 1/2-minute stretch of the fourth quarter, and No. 4 North Carolina State wiped out a 16-point second-half deficit to beat No. 3 Louisville 68-59 on Thursday night. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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No. 6 Duke Welcomes Syracuse to Cameron Saturday

ACC rivals No. 6 Duke and Syracuse square off for a Saturday matinee at Cameron Indoor Stadium. …read more

Source:: GoDuke.com

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Men’s Tennis Defeats Princeton and Campbell in Season-Opening Matches

RALEIGH, N.C.- In their first matches of the season, the NC State’s men’s tennis team (2-0) came away with victories over Princeton and Campbell on Thursday evening. …read more

Source:: Gopack

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UNC Earns Homecourt Win Over Virginia

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The North Carolina women’s basketball team picked up a fifth Atlantic Coast Conference victory and improved to 9-0 at home this season with a 61-52 win over visiting Virginia Thursday evening at Carmichael Arena. …read more

Source:: Goheels.com

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#4 NC State Defeats #3 Louisville in Thrilling Fashion

RALEIGH – No. 4 NC State came back from a 16-point first-half deficit to take down #3 Louisville, 68-59 in Atlantic Coast Conference women’s basketball action on Thursday night inside of Reynolds Coliseum. …read more

Source:: Gopack

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Robot umpires at home plate moving up to Triple-A for 2022

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Robot umpires have been given a promotion and will be just one step from the major leagues this season. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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As the Hornets Rise, LaMelo Ball Has Them ‘Playing Free’

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BOSTON — The carnival ride known as LaMelo Ball was slowing to a merciful crawl with 7.3 seconds left Wednesday when a teammate informed him that he was painfully close to his fourth career triple-double. …read more

Source:: WRAL

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NCAA ratifies new constitution, paving way to restructuring

NCAA President Mark Emmert speaks from Final Four

NCAA member schools voted to ratify a new, pared-down constitution Thursday, paving the way for a decentralized approach to governing college sports that will hand more power to schools and conferences. …read more

Source:: WRAL