N.C. State won its third straight game, dispatching Morehead State 7-5 on Tuesday at Doak Field.
Xavier LeGrant, second baseman for the No. 8 Wolfpack (3-1), scored the first three-RBI game of his career, part of a 2-for-3 outing with a run, a double, a walk, and a handful of outstanding plays in the field. Chance Shepard supplied a pair of RBIs in a 2-for-4 ballgame with a run and a double. Shane Shepard added a double and RBI of his own, both in the same innings as his older brother.
Will Gilbert (2-0) scored the win in four innings of work, striking out a career-high six while allowing two earned on four hits and two walks. Cory Wilder started and worked an economical four innings on 57 pitches, surrendering three earned on a walk and four hits. Tommy DeJuneas collected his first save of the year with a perfect ninth.
St. Augustine’s: Keywan Morgan , Corey Brassington and Carey Cheek each recorded an RBI for the Falcons on Tuesday in a 10-3 loss to Barton College at Nixon Field.
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Duke: For the second time this season, Duke has garnered both ACC Fencer of the Week honors in the same week. After stellar performances at the Philadelphia Invitational on Sunday, sophomore saber Jennifer Ling and senior saber Charles Copti were named the ACC Female and Male Fencers of the Week.
Elon: Senior tight end Doug Warrick will have an opportunity to perform for scouts at this weekend’s NFL Regional Combine in Baltimore.
N.C. State: Led by a third-place finish from senior Carter Page, the Wolfpack placed 11th in a competitive field at the Puerto Rico Classic. The team saved its best round of the tournament for last, firing a 285 (-3) on Tuesday to finish with a three-round score of 13-over 877.
Campbell: With three individuals finishing in the top seven and all five golfers among the top 20, the Camels earned a 15-stroke victory after Tuesday’s final round of the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate men’s tournament.
Wake Forest: The Deacons concluded its first event of the spring with Tuesday’s final round of the Mobile Sports Authority Intercollegiate at Magnolia Grove Crossings Golf Club and finished third at 8-under.
N.C. State: After strong contributions to the win at Iowa State with No. 14 Nebraska and Wisconsin-La Crosse, freshman Alexa Phillips was named EAGL Rookie of the Week.
Mount Olive: The men’s program remained at No. 12 in this week’s USILA Division II Coaches Poll. Mount Olive is 4-0 this season. The women’s program fell two spots to No. 14 in this week’s IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll.
Duke: Coming off competing with the U-20 women’s national team recently, Duke signee Brooke Heinsohn has been selected to travel to La Manga, Spain, for three matches with the U.S. U-18 women’s national team.
Swimming and Diving
N.C. State: After a dominant week for the Wolfpack women in Greensboro, ., the men’s will make its appearance at the ACC Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center Wednesday through Saturday.
UNC: All-America Hayley Carter is having an outstanding junior season, and the latest ITA rankings certainly back up that statement. Carter is ranked No. 1 in doubles with Whitney Kay and checks in at No. 2 in singles.
Track and Field
Mount Olive: Rebecca Farnsley, who placed in the all-time top five in two events over the weekend, has been named Conference Carolinas Women’s Indoor Track and Field (Track Events) Athlete of the Week. The Trojans competed in the UCS Invitational Saturday at Winston-Salem, N.C.
Duke: After winning two events and setting a school record Friday, redshirt senior Teddi Maslowski has been named the ACC Women’s Indoor Track Performer of the Week.
Mount Olive: The men’s indoor team moved up a spot to No. 1 in this week’s United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division II Southeast Region Top 10. The women’s indoorteam moved up a spot to No. 7.
Wake Forest: The men’s and women’s teams are set to compete at the ACC Championships this weekend. Boston College will host the event, which will run from Thursday through Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury Crossing, Mass.
St. Augustine’s: The men are fourth and the women are ninth in the latest NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field National Computer Rankings.
NC State: Fresh off a 21-17 win at then-No. 2 and previously undefeated Iowa on Monday night, the Wolfpack finished its dual season with a 23-1 mark and was ranked No. 2 in the final NWCA/USA Today Coaches’ Poll.
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