Duke rowing headed to NCAA championship for first time

A week before Duke was set to compete in its first-ever NCAA championship in rowing, coach Megan Cooke Carcagno was in her office on the second floor of Card Gym, savoring a brief reprieve from the construction noise. On this particular day, cutting concrete was the soundtrack. There were flights to be booked for 20-some rowers, boats that needed to be driven to Charlottesville, Va., where ACC comrade Virginia would handle getting them out to the championships in California, and countless other logistical tasks to be completed before heading West.

Over the top: Trump sews up delegates to seal GOP nomination

Triumphantly armed with a majority of his party's delegates, Republican Donald Trump unleashed a broadside attack Thursday on Hillary Clinton's prescriptions for energy, guns, the economy and international affairs, shifting abruptly toward the general election with his likely Democratic opponent locked in a divisive primary contest.

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Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game

VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as Athens Drive senior Erika Snyder got creative, and does a "YOLO" move (“you only live once”) during their 4-1 loss to Middle Creek in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A East final Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Snyder took a free kick and caught the ball with her shirt. She then ran with it down the sideline as Middle Creek players gave chase. Snyder got within a few yards of the goal before the ball fell out. NO AUDIO
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Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game 00:05

Athens Drive's Erika Snyder does a YOLO move in their soccer game

Duke football walk-on gets word of full scholarship 02:16

Duke football walk-on gets word of full scholarship

Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima 02:27

Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima

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Combat veteran with PTSD finds strength and relief in Valor Games