Pirates Remain In Second At The American Championship

The East Carolina men's golf team is tied for second-place with Houston after two rounds at the 2016 American Athletic Conference Championship at Black Diamond Ranch. The Pirates shot a 4-over-par 292 Monday and stand at 3-over 579 through 36 holes. Read More [+]

NTP: Weekly Log IV

A call-out to Pirate Nation to help identify individuals in athletic photographs which have been misfiled. Read More [+]

No. 17 ECU And Cincinnati Play To 3-3 Deadlock (8 Innings)

No. 17 East Carolina and Cincinnati played to a 3-3 tie in eight innings due to a 94-minute rain delay and the American Athletic Conference travel rules Sunday afternoon at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium. Read More [+]

No. 17 ECU Evens Series With Cincinnati, 6-4

Jimmy Boyd tossed six shutout innings, while Turner Brown, Parker Lamm and Eric Tyler each recorded two hits as No. 17 East Carolina won game two of the American Athletic Conference series over Cincinnati 6-4 Saturday afternoon at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium. Read More [+]

Cincinnati Shuts Out No. 17 ECU, 3-0

Andrew Zellner tossed seven scoreless frames allowing five hits leading Cincinnati to a 3-0 shutout over No. 17 East Carolina in game one of a three-game American Athletic Conference series Friday night at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium. Read More [+]

Spang Named The American Women's Golf Player-Of-The-Year

East Carolina senior Frida Gustafsson Spang has been named the American Athletic Conference Women's Golf Player-of-the-Year the league office announced Friday afternoon. Read More [+]

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