DURHAM — The Duke baseball team has renewed its agreement with the Durham Bulls and will play 18 games in 2013 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, home of the Class AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The 2013 season marks the fourth consecutive year that Duke will play home games at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Duke: Redshirt junior Kim DeCesare has been named the women’s ACC Player of the Week, following his one goal and two assists for in a win last week against N.C. State and a draw with Wake Forest
North Carolina: Junior forward Rob Lovejoy has been named the ACC men’s Player of the Week. Lovejoy, who missed the first 12 games of the season due to offseason surgery, made the most of his season debut Saturday evening as he scored all three goals in a 3-0 win over College of Charleston.
N.C. Central: Freshman Christine Anthony earned MEAC Rookie of the Week honors, according to a release by the conference. She combined for 25 kills and 12 digs last week in wins over Savannah State and S.C. State.
North Carolina: Senior defender Caitlin Van Sickle has been named the ACC Player of the Week. Van Sickle scored the game winner in overtime and had an assist as the Tar Heels beat Virginia last Saturday.
Swimming & Diving
North Carolina: Sophomore Natalie Ritter has been named the ACC female women’s Diver of the Week. Seniors Stephanie Peacock and Brett Nagle were recognized as the female and male Swimmers of the Week.
Saint Augustine’s: Former Falcons sprinter Randy Curry has been named a volunteer assistant at High Point by coach Mike Esposito.
Curry ran for St. Aug from 2007-09, earning several All-America honors.
Durham Sports Club: The club will meet Wednesday at noon at Croasdaile Country Club. The guest speaker will be Duke baseball coach Chris Pollard. Guest fees for the event are $25 per person.
Raleigh Sports Club: The will meet Wednesday at noon at Highland United Methodist Church. N.C. State Athletics Director Debbie Yow will be the guest speaker. Admission Fee is $15 for members and $25 for guests.