Devils’ Cash continues to rake in All-America honors
Duke red-shirt senior safety Jeremy Cash continued collecting All-America accolades Tuesday with his selection to the Sporting News All-America first team. It was Cash’s seventh All-America selection this year.
Cash becomes just the fourth Blue Devil to receive first team honors from the publication, joining Bill Milner in 1946, Bob Matheson in 1966 and Brian Morton in 2000.
Raleigh Sports Club: Olin Broadway, Wake Forest basketball star and Pete Maravich’s high school coach will be the special guest speaker Wednesday.
Meetings are held in Bradley Hall in Highland UMC, 1901 Ridge Road at the intersection of Lake Boone Trail, just inside the Raleigh Beltline. Doors open at 10:50 a.m. Buffet lines open at 11:30 a.m. and the meeting is noon until 1 p.m.
Attendance fee is $15 for members and $25 for guests. Checks and cash accepted. Door Prizes and pick sheets will be available.
Saint Augustine’s: Keith Crawford was named CIAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week. The senior guard led the Falcons with 21 points and added five rebounds in a 73-67 victory over Morris College on Friday, Dec. 11.
N.C. State: The team was picked 27th in the NCAA preseason poll, announced by RoadToNationals.com. The Wolfpack was also picked to finish second last week amongst the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) in the conference’s preseason poll.
Duke: Kerstin Kimel has announced the addition of Taelar Errington to the program. Errington joins the Blue Devils staff as a volunteer assistant coach.
Elon: Four student-athletes, Samantha Burch, Taylor Glenn, Mikayla Shaw and Erin Tanhauser collaborated with Professor Tom Arcaro from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology to publish a book about their squad’s experience studying abroad together in Costa Rica. The book is now available for purchase through Amazon in paperback and for Kindle.
Elon: Assistant coach Jonathan Potter has been named the new coach of the men’s soccer program at Presbyterian College.
From news releases