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June 19, 2005
Fathers Day

From Bonesville.net
-Bonesville: CWS brackets, scores & schedule - 06.19
-Bonesville: College World Series News Log - 06.19
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.19
Top seed Tulane starts off according to form
Longhorns shake Baylor jinx when it counts
Omaha notebook: Yankees legend roots for NU

Now is the time to go (football) camping
Raleigh News & Observer

Preps: Pirates treasure
Petersburg (VA) Progress Index

June 18, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-AP: Red army fortifies Huskers; Gators top Vols - 06.18
-Bonesville:
CWS brackets, scores & schedule - 06.18
-Bonesville: College World Series News Log - 06.18
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.18
Omaha notebook: Wave's regional hero to start
Scholarship limits open CWS door to all comers
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.18
WGHB: Miller Lite Sports Bar - 06.18
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.18

Millican Eliminated In Round Of 16 At Women's Southern Amateur
ecupirates.com

Brooks headed to the Windy City for the weekend
Tonawanda (NY) News

A True Pirate...
Dunn Daily Record

June 17, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-AP: Wave favored to roll in College World Series - 06.17
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.17
Omaha notebook: ASU's Buck going out in style
Historical list: College World Series title games
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.17

Meet the River Rats
...Chris Powell has a goal. He wants to improve as a pitcher so he can make an impact for the East Carolina University baseball team in the next three years. ...
New Bern Sun Journal

Osborne out as Dogs' hitting coach
...Thursday, Georgia spokesman Christopher Lakos confirmed that the former East Carolina assistant would not be joining coach David Perno's staff. ...
Athens Banner-Herald (subscription required)

Anderson College finds women's basketball coach
...Former ECU coach "Dee" Stokes will be announced as the next Lady Trojans’ coach...
Anderson Independent Mail

New Wave of Youth Welcomed by USA Track
...
LaShawn Merritt, who turns 19 on June 27, left East Carolina in the middle of his freshman year to run for money. ...
Lexington (NC) Dispatch

June 16, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-AP/Danny Whitford: Fat media guides go on crash diet - 06.16
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.16
ESPN to carry Tulane's first two CWS games
Complete College World Series TV schedule
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.16
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.16

Millican Advances To Round Of 16 At The Women's Southern Golf Tournament
ecupirates.com

Mike Cook is visiting Charlotte
rivals.com (free)

Around Campus: ECU freshmen to be recruited for drinking study
Greenville Daily Reflector

June 15, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Nuggets: Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.15
BCS scrounging around for voters for new poll
No cakewalk for Big East and Cincinnati in 2005
Charlotte 49ers strike gold with annual auction
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.15
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.15
WGHB: Press Box - 06.15

Millican Captures Medalist Honors At Women's Southern Amateur
ecupirates.com

Around Campus: New dean named for ECU college
Greenville Daily Reflector

Off the mark
East Carolina coach Randy Mazey also was quoted by the News & Observer as saying "steroids in college is a problem."
OC Register (subscription required)

June 14, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Woody Peele: Woody's Ramblings - 06.14
Fair-weather backing not a new trend at ECU
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.14
Booster gets jail time in Means recruiting case
CWS preview: Tulane draws Beavers in game one
Wave still No. 1 in pre-CWS Baseball News poll
-Bonesville: College World Series Brackets & Schedule - 06.14
-Bonesville: NCAA Super Regional Final Summaries - 06.14
WNCT: Talk of the Town - 06.14
WGHB: Live at Five - 06.14
WGHB: Sportsline - 06.14

Softball Has Four Players Named All-State By NCCSIA
ecupirates.com

Long's winding road
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Future Opponent: WCU Men's Hoops Releases 2005-06 Schedule; Home Opener is Nov. 18 ...
collegesports.com

June 13, 2005

From Bonesville.net
-Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 244 - 06.13
Fans must take ownership in turnaround
-Nuggets:
Notes from ECU, C-USA and beyond - 06.13
NCAA roundup: Arizona State advances to Omaha
Broadway among three finalists for Clemens Award
-Bonesville: NCAA Super Regional Summaries - 06.13

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Holtz discusses proposed C-USA instant replay policy
-Around Campus: ECU NOTES

Injury doesn’t hurt DB’s offers
Columbia (SC) The State

 

June 19, 2005

US Open News from the Fayetteville Observer
-Goosen stands alone
-Golf father II
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

Many players say that Panthers are different breed of cat
Winston Salem Journal

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-This hit list would enhance college game
...WITH INCREASED TELEVISION coverage and more exposure every year for the College World Series, college baseball is getting closer to being recognized as a national sport...
-Lean on me

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Fans hungry for big finish
-Raleigh intends to build MEAC
-Colonial football may grow

ODU faces football challenges
Hampton Roads (VA) Daily Mail

June 18, 2005

From the Fayetteville Observer
-US Open: Three players share lead
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page
-Jawad Williams chases pro dream

Paul sparkles at Bobcats workout
Winston Salem Journal

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Bobcats pondering Paul
-Ex-Heel feels he is No. 1
-News & Observer's U.S. Open page

Pack's Brackman gets USA Baseball tryout
Durham Herald-Sun

Recruit grandfathered in
...Arnold Palmer’s golf-star grandson chooses Clemson over Wake Forest...
Columbia (SC) The State

June 17, 2005

From the Fayetteville Observer
-US Open: Mediate, Browne share first-round lead
-Preps: Several top football players skip game

Tarboro senior commits to Heels
... Craddock said East Carolina and other schools had expressed some interest, but that UNC was the first school to offer ...

Durham Herald-Sun

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Open forbids cell phones
-Surprise, surprise- Browne, Mediate lead
-Course has golfers happy (so far)
-News & Observer's U.S. Open page
-Two NCSU players in Chavis League
-Basketball prospect chooses to play for Horns, not Heels
-Learning to stand out

Wofford basketball will visit Notre Dame
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

June 16, 2005

Former Campbell coach tell stories from a life spent on court
Goldsboro News-Argus

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Highly touted wideout leaves Blue Devils
-UNC's McGill to miss most of 2005 season
-Above-par score may win U.S. Open

US Open News from the Fayetteville Observer
-Woods continues chase for Grand Slam
-Getting ready to begin
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Injury costs Heels a back
-Green shows promise in Bobcats workout

Appalachian State unveils rugged basketball schedule
Winston Salem Journal

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-New AD makes his first hire
-US Open: Poster boy for impatience

June 15, 2005

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-League certified, not ACC stocked
-News & Observer's U.S. Open page

Tar Heels, Gamecocks working on football matchups
Durham Herald-Sun

Tanner given a $50,000 raise
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tanner pleased with new contract
-Clemson baseball notebook

ACC's baseball season ends on sour note
Charlotte Observer

Region: Board plans ODU football team by 2009
The Virginian Pilot

ODU football plan approved
Hampton Roads (VA) Daily Press

US Open News from the Fayetteville Observer
-Pinehurst pays tribute to Payne Stewart
-Garcia eager to fill the bill as major victor
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

Buchanan, linebacker from Davie County, commits to Tar Heels
Winston Salem Journal

June 14, 2005

Tigers' run to College World Series ends with Game 3 loss to the Bears
Anderson Independent Mail

From the Spartanburg Herald Journal
-Losing never gets easier for Leggett
-Over-Bearing
-Power shortage means lights out
-Tanner staying put with USC

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Tanner opts out of A&M search
-USC rewarded for its loyalty to Tanner
-Bears deliver bad news to young Tigers
-Leggett likes his odds in ’06
-USC FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

US Open News from the Fayetteville Observer
-Pinehurst heats up
-Stewart started fashion trend
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-
Lawing maintains he did no wrong
-Pinehurst puts on its best for Open guests
-Course wows players

Deacons will be solid in frontcourt
Winston Salem Journal

June 13, 2005

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Omaha on hold
-Cramps put D’Alessio’s status in doubt

From the Spartanburg Herald Journal
-Baylor ace stifles Tigers
-Teams find out game time late

From the Greenville (SC) News
-McCormick too much for Tigers
-Clemson baseball notebook
-McFadden's legacy lives on in those he touched

Williams will be back for Deacs
Winston Salem Journal

US Open News from the Fayetteville Observer
-Course buzzing with activity
-Fayetteville Online's U.S. Open page

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-No. 2 is ready for ultimate test
-Williams to return to Wake

Pinehurst- An 'interesting' place for a round of golf
New Bern Sun-Journal

New name for Cup series?
Charlotte Observer

 

June 19, 2005

Top-seeded Tulane Rallies Past Oregon State In Opening Round Of CWS
conferenceusa.com

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-A PINCH IN TIME-Designated hitter Madden enters in 7th, hits go-ahead double
-Bogusevic rises to task; Green Wave follows
-Failed double play sparks Tulane rally
-Green Wave graduates having a ball on RV row
-BOX SCORE

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
-Madden comes through in a pinch for Wave
-Bogusevic always seems to be in right place at right time

Extra game no real gain for Eagles
...The NCAA decision to permanently add a 12th game to major college football schedules and alter the criteria for bowl eligibility was met with mixed reaction in Mississippi...
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Seeking a reversal of fortune
...University of Houston athletics are writing a comeback story within Conference USA...
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

Ex-UH players get caught in transition game
Houston Chronicle

June 18, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
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Tulane To Battle Oregon State In College World Series Opener
-Brewer, LaCour Named Conference USA Outdoor Track and Field Athletes of the Year

CWS Central
tulanegreenwave.com

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-FINISHING TOUCHES
-Wave of nostalgia
-BCS gives casting call for new ballots

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
-Tulane taking CWS seriously as Oregon State awaits
-Two-way players big hit in Omaha
-ESPN analyst gets good-natured teasing

Green Wave embrace the Omaha experience
espn.com

This year's CWS lacks perennials
Omaha (NE) World-Herald

Eustachy pleased with recruits
Hattiesburg American

UTEP, Texas Tech to Renew Acquaintances in Football
utepathletics.com

Miners to play Texas Tech
El Paso Times

Wimprine signs deal with CFL's Eskimos
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Baseball- Rice Inks Graham To New Contract
riceowls.com

June 17, 2005

From tulanegreenwave.com
-Top-Seeded Tulane Favored In College World Series
-Live Chat With Micah Owings on ESPN.com

Tulane, rest of CWS teams, can expect to see a lot of red
Winston Salem Journal

Tulane favorite to conquer Omaha
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

CWS: TEAM-BY-TEAM BREAKDOWN
Houston Chronicle

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-KEEPING UP WITH JONES - TU coach Rick Jones is known as an intense competitor, and his passion for baseball is evident in his team
-Rosenblatt still holds its magical charm
-Graffagnini is walking on air
-Owings makes construction complete

Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked Among Nation's Best
uhcougars.com

Family, then football
   USM's Bower reflects on life's highs, lows
Biloxi Sun Herald

USM contracts being renewed
Hattiesburg American

From conferenceusa.com
-Conference USA Trio Named All-Americans By Baseball America
-DePaul Ranked 11th In Final USA Softball Top 25 Poll

2005-06 UTEP Basketball Prospectus
utepathletics.com

Miner men will play in Spain, Canary Islands
El Paso Times

Kansas State at Marshall Game Time Set
heardzone.com

MU’s Tunstalle transfers to Concord
Charleston (WV) Gazette

UCF Sports Marketing Earns National Awards
ucfathletics.com

June 16, 2005

Jones, Wave put business first in CWS
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-PIECES TO THE PUZZLE
-COMING TOGETHER
-The Green Wave, coming off a College World Series berth in 2001, had the foundation of a good team. But with the addition of Georgia Tech transfer Micah Owings, it feels construction might be complete.

Broadway Named Finalist For Brooks Wallace Award
conferenceusa.com

Joan C. Edwards Stadium to Feature FieldTurf
heardzone.com

Eustachy contract becomes official
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

June 15, 2005

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Wave's work 'all worth it' to earn trip to CWS
-Wave has insight into Oregon State
-BCS to include comprehensive new voting panel

Owings arrival key to Tulane's run
Baton Rouge Advocate

Four Conference USA Players Named NCBWA All-Americans
conferenceusa.com

Palmer checking out Omaha
Hattiesburg American

Fund-raising functions keep Snyder busy
Huntington (WV) Herald-Dispatch

UAB's Football Season Opener Vs. Tennessee To Be Televised Regionally
uabsports.com

Texas Football Magazine Honors Thomas Howard
utepathletics.com

Bellville forward will play at UH
Houston Chronicle

Soccer: Getman already excited about fall
Birmingham Post-Herald

Tournament raises $85K for Finch
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Southern Miss AD earns extra year
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

June 14, 2005

From conferenceusa.com
-Tulane Reaches College World Series
-C-USA Announces Final All-Decade Awards

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-WAVE REVIEWS
-Wave never breaks despite facing high pressure for entire season
-Waves of fans pump up TU
-BACK IN THE FOLD

From the Baton Rouge Advocate
-Riding the Wave to Omaha
-Graham gives kudos to Owls, Green Wave

Bullpen collapse keeps Owls home from Omaha
Houston Chronicle

Tulane rallies to down Rice
Biloxi Sun Herald

O'Leary Announces Football Staff Changes at UCF
ucfathletics.com

O'Leary reveals coaching changes
Orlando Sentinel

UTEP Basketball Player Branch to Transfer
utepathletics.com

June 13, 2005

Owings Pitches Tulane Past Rice In Game Two Of Super Regional
conferenceusa.com

Baseball- Owls Drop Super Regional's Second Game 7-0
riceowls.com

Tulane pitcher shuts out Rice
Baton Rouge Advocate

Owings uses heat in the heat, keeps Tulane in hunt for CWS
Biloxi Sun Herald

Tulane forces Game 3 with Rice
Houston Chronicle

From tulanegreenwave.com
-Game Three of New Orleans Super Regional Set for Noon
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