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June 12, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.12
NCAA roundup: Arizona State forces game three
Bonesville: NCAA Super Regional Scores & Schedules - 06.12

Simms gets opportunity on international stage
Greenville Daily Reflector

June 11, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.11
Super Regionals roundup: Arizona State loses on balk
'Frozen tundra' of Lambeau not just for football
-Bonesville: NCAA Super Regional Scores & Schedules - 06.11
WNCT: Talk of the Town - guest Terry Holland - 06.11
WGHB: Live at Five - guest Joe West - 06.11

ECU's Cavanaugh Named To NCCSIA All-State First Team
ecupirates.com

Diamond Pirates will undergo major changes for 2006
collegesports.com

‘He wanted to be our protector’
Columbia (SC) The State

AFCA Academic Achievement Awards
afca.com

Prep stars sky above rest
Raleigh News & Observer

June 10, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.10
Godwin leaves JUCO powerhouse to join Mazey
Recruiting scandal trial sidetracked by new twist
-Bonesville: NCAA Super Regional Venues & Schedules - 06.10
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.10
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.10
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 06.10

From ecupirates.com
-Henderson Bows Out In Semis Of NCAA Track Championships
-Billy Godwin Named To ECU Baseball Staff

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates welcome Godwin
-Holtz- James Pinkney giving himself a chance

From the Washington (NC) Daily News
-Godwin named new ECU pitching coach
-Bunn throws a gem

Pirates hire pitching coach
Raleigh News & Observer

College baseball thrown a curve
Greensboro News-Record

From USA Today
-Cause of death for ex-Steeler Terry Long still unclear
-Sixteen teams prepare for last step on road to Omaha

June 9, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Bethany Bradsher: The Bradsher Beat - 06.09
Carson protégés sprint to national stage
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.09
Cavanaugh scooped up by San Diego Padres
UAB signs with Winston-Salem-based ISP sports
Police blotter once again has Cincinnati connection
WNCT: Talk of the Town - guest Ricky Stokes - 06.09
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.09
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.09

From ecupirates.com
-Cotto Does Not Advance at NCAA Championships
-Cavanaugh Drafted by Padres on Day Two of Draft
-A Visit With Skip Holtz
-2005 Volleyball Schedule Released
-ECU Places 117 Student-Athletes On C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Former All-American lineman from ECU dies at 45
-Cavanaugh selected by Padres

Pirates' Cavanaugh drafted by Padres
Washington (NC) Daily News

Shefka drafted by Nationals
Kinston Free Press

CFL/Crandell: Riding new high
SLAM! Sports

Obituary: Terry Long / Steelers offensive lineman for 8 years
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Cause of death for former Steeler Terry Long still pending
pennlive.com

Ex-Steeler Long sought help for debt
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

June 8, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 06.08
Draft, turnover keep baseball in the news
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.08
Other shoe drops for BCS as ESPN dumps poll
Tulane, Fullerton headline super regional hosts
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.08

Trio Of Pirates Taken In 2005 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Eason ends tenure as East Carolina's pitching coach
-Pros pick three Pirates in draft
-New details surfacing about ECU fraud probe

Former Steelers Lineman Terry Long Dies
Durham Herald-Sun

Starting Over - East Carolina is starting from scratch with a new coaching staff, but it has one of the best linebackers you haven't seen, Chris Moore, to build around.  East Carolina Preview 2005
College Football News

Brooks, Richardson, Minicozzi taken on Day 1 of baseball draft
Washington (NC) Daily News

Trio of Pirates drafted by MLB
Kinston Free Press

Sox' pick lights up the board
Chicago Sun Times

Prisoners' Group Gives Teen Scholarship
Lexington (NC) Dispatch

June 7, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 243 - 06.07
Family or Football? Skip Holtz Chooses Both
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.07
TCU football television times falling into place
Regional recaps involving C-USA, Carolinas teams
-Bonesville: Final summaries of all 16 regionals - 06.07
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.07
WGHB: Sportsline - 06.07

Pirates- Draft Dreams
Washington Daily News

Preps: A rich crop of talent in Va. — and locally
The Virginian Pilot

June 6, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 06.06
Miller knocking hard on the NFL's door
-Bonesville: Tempe Regional game recaps - 06.06
-Bonesville: Scores & schedules for all 16 regionals - 06.06
-Bonesville: NCAA postseason news log - 06.06
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.06
SEC goes the high-tech route for instant replay
Region recaps involving C-USA, NC and SC teams

From the Arizona Republic
-ASU validates home bid with regional sweep
-Devils pull for (gasp!) Cats

CCU: Record season comes to end
Myrtle Beach Sun News

Prep News

Football-Kelly Rawls (QB): DE chooses Tigers over Fighting Irish
Columbia (SC) The State

Baseball-Michael Hill: Knights left to ponder, what if?
Huntington (SC) Herald-Dispatch

 

June 12, 2005

Clemson freshman's big hit stops Baylor
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Escape artistry
Columbia (SC) The State

Tigers gain upper hand in Super Regional
Greenville (SC) News

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page
-Palmer plays No. 2 and says it's ready

Remembering Payne Stewart
Greensboro News-Record

Investment in MEAC not a slam dunk
Raleigh News & Observer

June 11, 2005

Will new name help I-AA get respect?
Hampton Roads (VA) Daily Press

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Tanner talks to Texas A&M; Oklahoma interested
-Hyman makes his pitch to keep Tanner at USC
-Aggies ask to speak with USC's Tanner
-Neutral coach gives edge to Tigers over Baylor

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Daly returns to scene of frustration
-Notebook- USGA officials pleased with Pinehurst No. 2
-U.S. Open memory- '99 Open put Pinehurst in spotlight
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Cribb in control for Tigers
-Baylor has pair of aces to throw at Clemson

MEAC offices leaving Greensboro
Greensboro News-Record

Draft wait wearing on Heels
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
-Minter to stay a Panther
-Paul may be in trade scenario

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Getting the job done
-WHO HAS THE EDGE?
-KEYS TO VICTORY
-Tanner trades questions with Texas A&M

June 10, 2005

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers take wacky ways to Waco
-Plant a seed, watch it go to Omaha
-Budget gets $2 million boost

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers' pitchers take different routes to success
-N.C. City Deals With NASCAR-Free Season

Widmann headed home to Texas
Anderson Independent Mail

DiMarco gears up for tournament
Fayetteville Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
-Retirement -- with a catch
-Hunter- NBA on way to a `suicidal' lockout
-Panthers receiver thrives in Europe

June 9, 2005

Hunter kicked off Tar Heels' football team
Winston Salem Journal

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-UNC football notebook- Bunting wants to keep schedule's national flavor
-Baker under pressure
-Dascenzo- Heels have uncertainty on both sides

Woolford joins elite company
Fayetteville Observer

Patience finally paying off for UNC's Baker
Greensboro News-Record

From the Kinston Free Press
-Amato thinks T.A. will be a success
-Tar Heels update football roster

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-NHL talks make strides
-Hunter dismissed from UNC football program
-Blue Devils wait on Randolph
-Manuel gets a bad break at camp
-Bonus paves road less traveled near Pinehurst
-Ewing made his case -- on TV

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Widmann’s home fire is burning
-ESPN will air Tigers-Terps
-5 questions about the USC baseball team for 2006
-USC’s projected 2006 lineup

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC escapes nearly intact after draft day
-Pitching leads Baylor into Super Regional

From the Charlotte Observer
-Bobcats may get partner in trade
-Trading up is a good move if it nets Paul

Chants lose more players; Costanzo signs deal
Myrtle Beach Sun News

June 8, 2005

Maybin rivals McCants for attention; Neighborgall drafted by Arizona
Durham Herald-Sun

Former ECU: Phillies take Costanzo with their first pick
Myrtle Beach Sun News

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tigers’ task bigger in Texas
-Recruit- Tanner ‘is not going anywhere’
-Carte goes before S.C.’s other horses in draft
-USC player will wait to fight pot charge

Tigers' Widmann going home to Waco
Greenville (SC) News

Marlins take Tigers' Harvey in second round
Anderson Independent Mail

UNCG pitcher gets pleasant surprise
Greensboro News Record

Trio of Seahawks selected on first day of MLB draft
Wilmington Star News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Hokies put faith in Vick
-ACC releases early list of TV football games
-Pack's Devine a first-rounder

Locals- Area players might boost the Bobcats
Winston Salem Journal

June 7, 2005

Clemson Preview
College Football News

Paul Amen, former WFU coach, dies
Winston Salem Journal

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tanner’s team had too many shortages
-USC hits the wall
-GEORGIA TECH 5, SOUTH CAROLINA 0
-Draft could reshape ’06 squad
-Trip to Waco awaits Clemson
-Harvey’s talent offers riddle

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Clemson gets hot at right time
-Tech rains on USC
-Gamecocks could lose pair of prep prospects
-Man charged with stabbing USC player

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Randolph says he's likely to return
-May wants to play for Bobcats

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Woods makes appearance at Pinehurst
-No. 1 classes put Duke in strong position

Tech brings USC's season to early end
Greenville (SC) News

With MLB Draft, Willard awaits fate
New Bern Sun Journal

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Randolph plans on returning
-Guard picks Pack
-May lobbies 'Cats
-Upton projected as top draft pick

Chanticleers hope they are draft ready
Myrtle Beach Sun News

Trio battles for Panthers' No. 1 punter
Charlotte Observer

June 6, 2005

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Coaching legacy grows at Clemson
-Tigers look super
-Pearce’s power lifts USC
-Cougars’ bats fall silent in regional
-Wichita St. ends Winthrop’s run

From the Anderson Independent Mail
-USC weathers storm, Jackets
-Smooth sailing for Tigers
-Hitting woes doom cougars

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Tigers advance
-USC wins 2, plays on
-You must do the little things

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers flex their muscle against ORU
-USC plays long ball, tops Tech

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Notre Dame 3, N. Carolina 0
-Creighton 11, N. Carolina St. 9

Pack ousted from NCAA
Raleigh News & Observer

Wichita State ends Winthrop's dream
Charlotte Observer

Shocked in Knoxville
Rock Hill (SC) Herald

Rebuilding- Rembielak sees some positive signs after his first season as WFU baseball coach
Winston Salem Journal

 

June 12, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
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Tulane Drops Game One Of Super Regional To Rice, 9-5
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Two C-USA Athletes and One Relay Team Earn All-America Honors at NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Rice is right on against Tulane
-Trip to CWS becomes longer for Green Wave

Shell-shocked Tulane falls to Rice, 9-5
Baton Rouge Advocate

Rice defeats top-ranked Tulane
Houston Chronicle

From tragedy to triumph
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Banks's shot
Memphis Commercial Appeal

June 11, 2005

C-USA baseball looking Super
Biloxi Sun-Herald

New Orleans Super Regional TV Information
conferenceusa.com

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Joining C-USA may help Rice
-Recipe for a rivalry

Tulane enters Rice series playing like a No. 1 team
Houston Chronicle

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
-Green Wave excited about being at home
-Rice, Green Wave feature 2-way stars

USM quarterback signee must quit playing football
Hattiesburg American

Marshall Statement Concerning John Inman
herdzone.com

From the Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch
-DUI arrestcosts Inman season opener
-An uplifting approach
-Flurry of news at Big Green dinner

Williams hard at work
Memphis Commercial Appeal

SMU: Starting defensive tackle will be redshirted
Dallas Morning News

Miners displayed on magazine cover
El Paso Times

2005 UAB Baseball Season Review
uabsports.com

Ragone key to Berlin's success
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

June 10, 2005

Tulane's a team of more than a pair of superstars
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-NEW ORLEANS SUPER REGIONAL
-Weather watching the thing at Tulane
-Rice's Graham shows ability to adapt

Baseball- Owls At Number One Tulane Saturday In NCAA Super Regional
riceowls.com

Rice pitchers productive despite resumes
Houston Chronicle

TCU's Broadway Named A Finalist For Roger Clemens Award
conferenceusa.com

Hip ailment sidelines latest USM QB recruit
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

A new twist for Herd game days
Charleston (WV) Gazette

June 9, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-TCU's Broadway Named Xanthus-Dick Howser Trophy Finalist
-Four C-USA Baseball Players Named Freshman All-Americans
-2004-05 Conference USA Academic Medal Winners Announced

Preseason Magazines Like UTEP
utepathletics.com

DeAngelo Williams Named to Blue Ribbon All-America Team
gotigersgo.com

Williams gains two honors
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Summer work keeps Herd busy
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Tulane's powerful lineup answered all challenges
Baton Rouge Advocate

Willcutt Drafted By The Milwaukee Brewers
southernmiss.com

UAB women look to the future
Birmingham Post-Herald

UAB & ISP Sports Form Marketing Partnership
uabsports.com

June 8, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
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Tulane-Rice to Meet in NCAA Super Regional
-Two C-USA Players Selected in First Round of MLB Draft

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Green Wave baseball rides the high times
-Stadium should be ready

Baseball- Rice Meets Tulane Saturday At Noon
riceowls.com

Rice tries to make it 2-for-2 in Louisiana
Houston Chronicle

Baseball's Owings, Manzella, Dini Taken In Day One Of 2005 MLB Draft
tulanegreenwave.com

Roberts, Vaclavik Taken in Baseball Amateur Draft
uhcougars.com

Wayne standout commits to Herd
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Wayne prep star commits to Marshall
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

June 7, 2005

Tulane Advances to NCAA Super Regional
conferenceusa.com

Baseball Advances To Super Regional with 7-4 Win Over Alabama
tulanegreenwave.com

Helicopter comes to rescue
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
-Tulane captures regional
-Rice first to win regional title against LSU at home

NCAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT
Birmingham News

Palmer prefers to talk up 3 in row instead of 2 and out
Jackson (MS) Clarion Ledger

Baseball Adds Three More Signees
uhcougars.com

From the Houston Chronicle
-Pendleton, Rice trip LSU
-Tulane, Dini eliminate Alabama

Tide all washed up
Mobile Register

12th college football game not all about money
Dallas Morning News

Tigers freshman class already mixing it up
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Will Frogs find rivals in West?
Ft Worth Star Telegram

June 6, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-June 5 NCAA Baseball Roundup
-DePaul Eliminated In Extra Innings By Alabama at WCWS

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Wave sees bright spot after rain delays
-Weather doesn't dampen TU's, Dickson's spirits

Stanford eliminates heat-drained Frogs
Ft Worth Star Telegram

Stanford's two big innings finish Frogs
Dallas Morning News