St. Aug’s names interim football coaches
Raleigh Assistant coaches Tim Chavous and Jonathan Kelly Sr. will serve as interim head football coaches at Saint Augustine’s for two weeks during coach Michael Morand’s absence on administrative leave, Athletic Director George Williams announced.
Chavous is in his fourth season and Kelly is in his second season on the Saint Aug’s football staff. Chavous is also the team’s academic coordinator.
Track and Field
Duke: The women’s 4 x 200 squad ranked sixth overall in Track & Field’s 59th Annual Relay Rankings. The men’s distance medley relay was No. 8
Elon: Coach Josh Hexter announced the addition of Maeve Cowley (Oakhurst, N.J./Red Bank Catholic) to the Phoenix roster for the upcoming 2015-16 year. Cowley, a sophomore transfer from UMass, will be eligible to play beginning with the 2016 season.
Duke: The Blue Devils resume ACC play Friday night at No. 14 Clemson.
Campbell: The team is set to host former Atlantic Sun foe Jacksonville at 7 p.m. Friday in its 2015 home opener.
Elon: The No. 18 team team hosts Drexel at 7 p.m. Friday in its CAA opener.
Wake Forest: The team welcomes Miami at 7 p.m. Friday to open ACC play. The Deacs then close out the homestand 1 p.m. Sunday vs. UNC Wilmington.
Elon: The team plays 7 p.m. Friday at Gardner-Webb, before returning home 6 p.m. Sunday against Charlotte at 6 p.m.
NC State: The women’s team (8-1) will host the Double Tree Cary Classic on Friday and Saturday in Carmichael Gym. The Wolfpack will play three matches in the tournament, which serves as a final tune-up before ACC play.
NCCU: The team participates Friday and Saturday in the James Madison Invitational in Harrisonburg, Va.
Shaw: The team hosts the CIAA Volleyball Round-Up starting Saturday.
ECU: The team heads to Columbia, S.C., for the South Carolina Invitational to face the Gamecocks, Wofford and Charleston Southern, starting 7 p.m. Friday.
Duke: The team begins the 2015-16 season this weekend hosting the Duke James Bonk Invite at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary.
NC State: The team will compete in the Duke Invitational.
Wake Forest: Romain Bogaerts will take part in the 16-player singles draw at the 2015 Oracle/ITA Masters, the first national collegiate championship event of the season.
Duke: The team will face a pair of nationally ranked squads this weekend, traveling to No. 4 Virginia on Friday night before returning home Sunday to host No. 15 Old Dominion.
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