N.C. State junior guard Trevor Lacey was arrested Friday for a failure to appear in court.
Lacey missed his Wake County court date for a traffic violation in April. He received a second traffic violation Friday for riding a moped without a helmet. When he was stopped by N.C. State University police at 12:39 a.m. on Western Boulevard in Raleigh, he was arrested for missing his original court date.
Lacey, a 6-foot-3 transfer from Alabama, sat out last season and is expected to be the primary scorer for the Wolfpack this season. Joe Giglio
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North Carolina: The Tar Heels are 17th in the country, according to Golfweek.com. The rankings, released Tuesday, show North Carolina has a 70.20 power rating, which is calculated with a team’s record and based on performance against other teams and players. North Carolina has five wins against the top 50 and 13 wins against the top 100 this season to have an overall record of 22-8, according to Golfweek.
Duke: Sphomore Sandy Choi was the Golfweek Player of the Week after winning the Cougar Classic in Hanahan, S.C. Choi carded a career-best 54-hole total of 11-under 205 to capture the individual title. She posted rounds of 69, 68 and 68, marking the first time she has had three straight rounds in the 60s. The 205 was two off the Duke 54-hole tournament record.
Campbell: Louise Latorre and Brooke Bellomy logged top-10 finishes and the Camels placed fourth in the Golfweek Conference Challenge at Red Sky Golf Club in Wolcott, Colo. Latorre and Bellomy tied for ninth place to help Campbell to a second straight top-five team finish to start the season. Pepperdine (862) earned the team title by one stroke over Tennessee. Denver was third at 870, followed by Campbell at 881.
Duke: Former basketball and lacrosse standout Ed Koffenberger passed away Sunday morning in Delaware at the age of 88. Koffenberger had been battling leukemia and was undergoing a second round of chemotherapy when his health rapidly declined.
Koffenberger led the Blue Devils to a 21-6 record and the Southern Conference basketball title in 1946. He averaged a team-best 11.7 points per game en route to earning All-America and all-conference honors.