Pirates Sign Raquan Wilkins to NLI

Raquan Wilkins, a 6-foot-5 forward/guard from Atlanta, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at East Carolina University beginning with the 2016-17 academic year announced head coach Jeff Lebo Wednesday. Read More [+]

Aja and Williams to Participate in Barnstorming Tour

East Carolina seniors Kanu Aja and Prince Williams will participate in the 2016 ACC Barnstorming Tour, sponsored and coordinated by The Sumner Group. Read More [+]

ECU Drops 71-66 Decision to USF in AAC Tourney

Three players recorded double-digit points in loss to the Bulls. B.J. Tyson led ECU with 19 points. Read More [+]

ECU Opens Tournament Play Against USF

East Carolina and USF took turns beating up each other on their opponents’ respective home court in a pair of regular season matchups and will now move to a neutral court to settle the season series Thursday in the First Round of The American Basketball Championship. Read More [+]

Prince Williams Named The American's Most Improved Player

East Carolina senior Prince Williams has been named the American Athletic Conference Most Improved Player announced league officials Wednesday. Williams is the first ECU player to earn a major American Athletic Conference award since the Pirates joined the league in 2014-15. Read More [+]

Barkley Named To The American All-Rookie Team

East Carolina forward Kentrell Barkley was named to the American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team, the league announced Tuesday. Barkley ranked second among all American freshmen in rebounding (6.4 rpg) and assists (3.0), while finishing fourth among all rookies in scoring (10.3 ppg). He also tied for first along with Memphis... Read More [+]