The St. Augustine’s foursome of Daniel Jamieson, Omar Johnson, Khari Herbert Jr. and Immanuel Hutchinson ran the world’s fastest time this year to win the men’s 1600 sprint medley in the Raleigh Relays at the Paul Derr Track.
The Falcons’ quartet crossed the finish line in 3:19.79. They finished ahead of Loyola (III.), which finished second in 3:23.54.
N.C. State: The team beat visiting Pitt 14-5 in the first of a three-game series.
The Wolfpack (15-9, 4-5 ACC) extends its current win streak to four games by outhitting the Panthers (11-13, 4-6) 17-5.
Duke: A five-run fifth powered Boston College to a 6-1 win over Duke in the series opener at the University of Delaware.
Boston College (9-13, 2-7 ACC) outhit Duke (19-7, 4-6 ACC) 8-5 and the Blue Devils walked a season-high seven batters.
UNC: The No. 22 team hosts No. 15 Miami this weekend, and Wake Forest travels to Clemson plays in this weekend’s ACC division series. Interdivisional matchups include Duke facing Boston College in Delaware and Pittsburgh at N.C. State.
A single up the middle by senior Kyle Booth with one out in the bottom of the ninth lifted the host Limestone (8-21, 4-12 CC) to a 6-5 victory past Barton (13-16, 7-8).
Saint Augustine’s: The team’s doubleheader scheduled for Saturday against Chowan has been postponed to 1p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday at Buffaloe Road Park.
Both teams will play a doubleheader at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday at Optimist Park as scheduled.
N.C. Central: Senior forward Jordan Parks and senior point guard Nimrod Hilliard were named to the NABC Division I All-District Team, and NCCU coach LeVelle Moton was selected NABC District 15 Coach of the Year, the National Association of Basketball Coaches announced.
Parks is on the All-District First Team, and Hilliard (Madison, Wisc.) is on the Second Team.
ECU: The team wrapped up its first full week of spring drills, working for two hours in scrimmage preparation mode on a damp and cool afternoon at Hight Field inside the Cliff Moore Practice Complex.
ECU: Will Davis is the American Athletic Conference Video Coordinator-of-the-Year, according to the Collegiate Sports Video Association.
Davis, who will be honored at the association’s annual convention in Phoenix, Ariz. in May, was selected by a majority vote of his peers and is finalist for the Bob Matey National Video Coordinator-of-the-Year award.
N.C. State: The team(17-12, 4-2 ACC ) will head to Atlanta Saturday for a three-game series against Georgia Tec (11-21, 4-8). First pitch of Saturday’sdoubleheader 1 p.m.; Sunday’s single game will start at noon.
Campbell: Campbell (18-13, 1-4) hosts Liberty (13-15, 2-1) in a 3-game set this weekend at Amanda Littlejohn Stadium. The teams play a doubleheader at 2 p.m. Saturday and a 1 p.m. game on Sunday. The Camels also host Charleston Southern (Mar. 31-Apr. 1) and Longwood (Apr. 3-4).
Duke: The Duke men’s tennis team lost the doubles point but stormed back with five consecutive singles victories as the No. 4 Blue Devils topped No. 63 Clemson 5-2 on Friday inside the Clemson Indoor Tennis Center. Duke clinched the match with a three-set win from senior Jason Tahir on court two to improve to 17-2 overall and 4-1 in the ACC.
N.C. Central: The team (6-7, 2-3) coasted to a 6-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory over rival and host N.C. A&T (0-16, 0-3) at the Piedmont Indoor Tennis Center.
Seniors Daniil Gerasimov and Tamina Kienka and junior Thomas Persico all won without losing a game to highlight the Eagles victory.
N.C. State: The team fell at No. 36 Notre Dame 6-1. The Fighting Irish improves to (11-6, 6-3 ACC), and the Wolfpack moves to (9-9, 0-7).
UNC: The No. 2-ranked team (20-0, 8-0 ACC) won 4-3 over No. 19 Clemson 4-3 indoors at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center. The win earned coach Brian Kalbas his 500th career win.