RALEIGH — Saturday’s matchup between Saint Augustine’s and New Haven at Durham County Stadium has been changed from 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saint Augustine’s announced Wednesday.
It was also announced that the Falcons will host Bowie State Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at Durham instead of the previously advertised 1:30 p.m. start time.
The Falcons are coming a 28-10 victory over Wingate in the season opener Sept. 1. New Haven opened the season with a 45-18 home victory over Merrimack.
Saturday’s game in Military Appreciation Day, uniformed military and public service personnel or those with ID will be admitted free. Regular tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids ages 6 to 12. Children 5 and under get in free.
Appalachian State: Freshman Mitch McLeod, a Chapel Hill native, has been named the Southern Conference men’s runner of the week for his performance last weekend, the league office announced.
In his first collegiate race over 8000 meters, McLeod finished in 25 minutes, 16 seconds to finish third at the Covered Bridge Open in Boone. McLeod led the Mountaineers to a second-place finish behind 10th-ranked Florida State and ahead of North Carolina East Tennessee ETSU and Northern Kentucky.
Campbell: Dates against Iowa State Cincinnati and Gonzaga, plus Big South Conference divisional play as well as regional rivalries highlight the Camels’ schedule, which was released by the school.
In-state rivals Appalachian State and UNC Wilmington will visit Gore Arena, and Campbell will travel to East Carolina.
Campbell begins the regular season Nov. 9 at home against Averett.
Duke: Three-time National Golf Coaches Association All-American and reigning National Player of the Year Lindy Duncan has been tabbed the No. 1 player to watch in by Golf World.
Blue Devil incoming freshman Celine Boutier was selected to the “Best of the Rest” list.
The Blue Devils open their season Sept. 9 at the Cougar Classic in Hanahan, S.C.
Campbell: Junior transfers Taelar Errington, Cloey Hinchcliffe and Brittany Kincer were named captains for the Camels’ inaugural season, according to coach Phil Schuman.
East Carolina: The Pirates will close out its home non-conference schedule Thursday when it hosts in-state foe High Point at the ECU Soccer Stadium at 7 p.m..
The Pirates (2-3) shutout Davidson (3-0) Aug. 31, but lost to Charlotte (1-0) Monday.
High Point (1-1-3) rolls into Greenville on the heels of its first win of the season against Appalachian State last weekend.
North Carolina: USA Swimming announced Tom Luchsinger and Stepahnie Peacock among the 39 swimmers that will represent Team USA at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia next July.
Peacock will compete in the 400-meter and 800-meter freestyle events. Luchsinger will participate in the 200-meter butterfly.
Furman: Cary native Christina Dorismond, a junior middle blocker, has been named the Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week, the league office announced.
Dorismond, who has a 3.98 GPA in Chemistry, was named tournament MVP at the Willie Jewell’s Invitational in Charleston, S.C. after leading Furman to a 4-0 record.