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East Carolina

Carolinas/Region

Conference USA

May 18, 2008
Trinity Sunday (Christian)
Visit Your Relatives Day

From Bonesville.net
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BVL Box Score: Memphis 7, East Carolina 5
-BVL
: C-USA Baseball Tournament Bracket

From ecupirates.com
-Softball Eliminated From Baton Rouge Regional
-Pirates Win First-Ever NCAA Tournament Game
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Pirates Fall To Tigers 7-5
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Pirate Remain Strong In CUSA Championships

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates finish 5th in C-USA
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ECU wins one before bowing out at Regional

ECU baseball team falls; softball team eliminated after splitting
Washington Daily News

Tiger Seniors Lead Club to 7-5 Victory over No. 30 East Carolina
gotigersgo.com

Tigers beat Pirates, end 13-game tailspin
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Tigers eliminate ECU 9-1
Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser

Supersize me
Bleacher Report

May 17, 2008
Armed Forces Day
Babysitter Safety Day
Pack Rat Day

From Bonesville.net
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BVL Box Score: East Carolina 17, Memphis 3
Talk FM: TOT (John Feinstein)

From ecupirates.com
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Pirates Sprint Past Tigers 17-3
-Pirates Edged In NCAA Tourney Opener, 2-1
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Pirate GameDay Central
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Kemp Named Semifinalist For Bench Award

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Pirates softball loses close one at Regional
-ECU rips through Memphis

C-USA Baseball Championship Seeding Update
  Based on the results from Friday's games, the opening day schedule for the 2008 Entergy Conference USA Baseball Championship has been set. The championship will get underway at 9 am CDT on Wednesday when East Carolina and Houston square off
conferenceusa.com

Memphis's C-USA Tourney Hopes Dashed in 17-3 Loss to No. 30 ECU
gotigersgo.com

From the Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser
-Next up for Cajuns- LSU

  UL survives scare to set up showdown
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REGIONAL NOTEBOOK

Bourgeois, Soto power Cajuns’ win
Baton Rouge Advocate

May 16, 2008
Biographer's Day
Celebrate Your Elected Officials Day
International Virtual Assistants Day
National Bike to Work Day
National Defense Transportation Day
National Pizza Party Day
Anniversary - Academy Awards
Birthday - Liberace (pianist)

From Bonesville.net
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Bradsher: The Bradsher Beat
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Pirates' youth movement thriving

-BVL Box Score: East Carolina 8, Memphis 1
Talk FM: TOT

From ecupirates.com
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Pirate GameDay Central
-Maness Pitches Pirates Past Tigers, 8-1

No. 30 East Carolina Downs Memphis, 8-1 in Series Opener
gotigersgo.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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Maness just misses out on first shutout
  East Carolina freshman pitcher Seth Maness carried a shutout into the ninth inning and ECU's offense provided more than enough fireworks in an 8-1 rout of Memphis on Thursday.
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Pirates swing into Louisiana

Weekend Preview
Baseball America

From the Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser
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A loaded schedule has paid dividends
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Power of unspoken words: How the rift between the Cajuns and Tigers got this bad
  Some media members jumped ahead to a possible matchup with top-seeded LSU (42-16),...Lotief reminded everyone that the Cajuns were not overlooking today's 4 p.m. game against third-seeded East Carolina (36-28).

Lady Tigers ready to host another regional
Shreveport Times

Hofer hoping to see some action in regional
Shreveport Times

Memphis Pouring Cold Water On ECU’s Dream?
850 The Buzz

Garrard seeks improvement
jaguars.com

The comeback kid- Herrion made the best of his senior season
  "Ever since I was little I've grown up around my dad's team," said Herrion, whose father also coached at Drexel and East Carolina. "Just to have the chance to be a part of it is something I've always dreamed of.
Foster's Daily Democrat (NH)

May 15, 2008
Police Officer's Memorial Day
National Chocolate Chip Day

From Bonesville.net
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Myatt: View from the 'ville
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A year of meeting the call

-BVL
:
Updated football recruiting thumbnails
-BVL: Updated basketball recruiting thumbnails
Talk FM: TOT (Denny O'Brien, Tom Campbell)

From ecupirates.com
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Kemp Named Semifinalist For Bench Award
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Women's Basketball Earns Honors

Pirates close out regular season at Memphis
  The East Carolina baseball team opens its final regular-season series at Memphis today with a chance to solidify the fourth spot in the Conference USA standings
Greenville Daily Reflector

Baseball Hosts East Carolina in Final Regular Season Series
gotigersgo.com

U of M hoping for tournament berth
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Cajuns anxious to get back on field
Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser

Roberts, Pace and Todd emerge as top candidates for EKU job
  East Carolina assistant coach Chrissy Roberts, an EKU graduate (1999) and former assistant coach, appears to be the leading candidate
Richmond (KY) Register

Projected Field Of 64
  Pirates headed to Nebraska?
Baseball America

Preview 2008 - Early Bowl Projections
  Another trip to Mobile in ECU's future?
College Football News

Notes: Caroline's Blanton retiring as AD
  Defensive lineman Clinton Simpkins recently picked up full scholarship offers from Kentucky and East Carolina in addition to previous offers from North Carolina State and West Virginia.
Fredericksburg (VA) Free Lance-Star

Lee receives ECU honorary doctorate
Winston Salem Journal

May 14, 2008
Donate a Day's Wages to Charity Day
Jamestown Founding Day
National Nightshift Workers Day
National Third Shift Workers Day
National Receptionists Day
National Meeting Planners Appreciation Day
Root Canal Appreciation Day
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" Day
Underground America Day
Anniversary - Lewis and Clark Expedition

From Bonesville.net
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BVL Box Score: East Carolina 3, UNCW 2
Talk FM: TOT (Becky Taylor)

ECU Completes Season Sweep Of UNCW
ecupirates.com

UNCW Drops Non-Conference Finale, 3-2, At East Carolina
uncwsports.com

Pirates edge Seahawks
  Brandon Henderson broke a tie in the eighth inning with a two-run double that helped lead East Carolina's baseball team to a 3-2 victory over UNC Wilmington Tuesday night at Clark-LeClair Stadium.
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Wilmington Star-News
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ECU completes sweep of Seahawks
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Seahawks suffer tough defeat

Is East Carolina begging to be member of the Big East?
Orlando Sentinel

Homerism: We Gotta Get Out of This Place
Sunday Morning Quarterback

Around Campus: UNC rumors revived
  The Rocky Mount campus would be the first of three planned throughout the state, with two more facilities to be built at a later time in Hickory and Jacksonville.
Rocky Mount Telegram

May 13, 2008
Library Legislative Day
Frog Jumping Day
Birthday - Stevie Wonder (singer/musician)

From Bonesville.net
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Bailey: From the Anchor Desk
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Lost weekend complicates the cause

Talk FM: TOT (Hood Richardson, Ann Koury)

Pleasant surprise
  Pirates softball breaks through with NCAA bid
Greenville Daily Reflector

From the Wilmington Star-News
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ECU-UNCW Preview III
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UNCW at East Carolina- By the numbers

Brinkley to swim for ECU
New Bern Sun Journal

Hofer’s status in question
  The opener has the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (46-12) facing East Carolina (36-28)
Baton Rouge Advocate

SDSU selects volleyball finalists
  Ashley Hardee, a 2000 graduate of East Carolina is one of three finalists for the head coaching job at South Dakota State
Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Who says puzzle games are a waste of time?
Houston Chronicle

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
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USC To Check Georgia Back This Week
  RB Morgan Alexander (5-11 165) of Cartersville, GA has been drawing interest from a number of teams, including East Carolina
-Clemson Keeping In Touch With Roberson
  DL Deion Roberson (6-3 262) of Tucker, GA has offers from East Carolina, West Virginia and Maryland.

May 12, 2008
Limerick Day
Whitmonday (Christian)

O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 344
– Unlikely battery raises expectations

Bonesville.net

Softball Is NCAA Tournament Bound!
  The East Carolina softball team is heading to the 2008 NCAA Tournament after it was awarded second-ever bid to the Championship on Sunday evening.
ecupirates.com

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
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ECU softball gets NCAA bid
-Around Campus: Overcome with Joy

  Joy Elizabeth Hewitt overcame several family tragedies, a year-and-a-half absence and a full-time job to graduate with honors from East Carolina University and get into Boston College Law School.
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ECU Notes
  ECU is No. 2 in family doctors

Cajuns headed to Tiger Town for regional
Baton Rouge Advocate

LSU softball earns home regional
  The 16th-ranked Cajuns (46-12) will play No. 3 seed East Carolina (36-28) in the first round of the double-elimination tournament at 4 p.m. (CT) Friday at Tiger Park.
Baton Rouge Advocate

Spider named after rock star
Calgary Herald

ECU Ready For Big East, If League Wants It
Hartford Courant

 

May 18, 2008

Baseball- Sending off the Sarge in style
Columbia (SC) State

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Gamecocks qualify for SEC tournament with walk-off homer
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Three homers help Tigers win fifth straight
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Paladins clinch third seed for SoCon tournament by beating Eagles in series finale

Heels outlast Canes
Raleigh News & Observer

Seahawks build momentum
Wilmington Star-News

From the Charlotte Observer
-All-star fans pick a winner

  Pit strategy helps Kasey Kahne parlay popular vote into victory, a big payday
-Whitley's wild journey meets heartbreaking end

Two down for 'Brown
  Jockey Kent Desormeaux and Big Brown leave the rest of the field behind in the homestretch of the 133rd Preakness. With the victory, the colt remains undefeated and heads to the Belmont Stakes with a chance to become the 12th Triple Crown winner ever, and the first since Affirmed in 1978.
Baltimore Sun

Eight really is enough in ACC
Fayetteville Observer

Q&A with Bill Stewart
Charleston (WV) Gazette

May 17, 2008

Heels dismiss Jack Britt graduate Flagg
  Discussions have already taken place with Appalachian State and East Carolina, according to Bailey. Flagg will have to sit out the 2008 season if he transfers to ECU or any other NCAA Division I-A program. He would, however, be eligible to play next season for a I-AA school such as Appalachian State.
Fayetteville Observer

Arthur story adds to KU’s perception problem
Kansas City Star

From the Winston Salem Journal
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Junior linebacker commits to WFU
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Stepheson is leaving Tar Heels

Tech recruit faces felony drug charges
Roanoke Times

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
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Va. Tech signee in trouble
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Basketball is broken

Wipeout- Crashes common in NASCAR All-Star race
Greensboro News-Record

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Tigers qualify for ACC tournament, then win game
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Gamecocks closer to qualifying for SEC tournament

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Seminoles outpitch Wolfpack
-Heels even series at Miami
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Canes raise prices
-Laviolette will stay as coach

From the Charlotte Observer
-Kyle Busch runs last, runs best in all-star qualifying
-Fan's Guide | 2008 Charlotte Race Weeks
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Big Brown poised to set up Triple Crown bid

ODU, Berge ice UNCW bats
Wilmington Star-News

May 16, 2008

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Wolfpack routs No. 3 Seminoles
-Shrine Bowl berth is a numbers game
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Duke post interests Hart
-Wake moves opener
-Wolfpack Club gathers on May 28
-Williams still waiting
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MASN discussion delayed

Stewart says WVU starting linemen OK; Carduff hangs it up
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Clemson’s Purnell’s contract extension almost final
Anderson Independent

Butters, Neal, WIlliams among 8 enshrined in N.C. Sports Hall
Durham Herald Sun

Baseball- Slim SEC window just got slimmer
Columbia (SC) State

From the Charlotte Observer
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No. 1 Miami throttles No. 2 Heels
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Mistake-free stops pay off for Vickers' Toyota crew

UNCW's Carver busts up pitching gem with late homer
Wilmington Star-News

Deacons win, are now in ACC Tournament
Winston Salem Journal

May 15, 2008

Coaches take stand on adding a game
Charlottesville Daily Progress

Is ACC football in good shape?
Durham Herald-Sun

CFB Preview - No. 17: Tennessee
Athlon Sports

Ryan Perrilloux plans to do the right thing all the time' at JSU
College Football News

Source- Ex-U.Va. DE Fitzgerald to transfer to Kansas State
Hampton Roads Daily Press

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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N.C. Sports Hall of Fame to honor Guilford coach
-Heels, Pack head to Florida for key series
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New golf course on N.C. State campus is taking shape
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Link to Babe's visit never forgot game

Shorter games, facemask penalties being discussed
Charlotte Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
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USC's Nov. 17 basketball clash with College of Charleston could be in jeopardy
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John Fox expects Carolina Panthers to be a rough, physical team

From the Columbia (SC) State
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Baseball- Gamecocks in an unexpected position
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NCAA may tinker with goaltending rule

May 14, 2008

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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Pre-preseason preview: VT and UVa
  The Hokies have been by far and away the best team in the ACC since joining the conference in 2004, winning 27 of 32 conference games. The Coastal Division is so bad, it's Virginia Tech's to lose, even in a transitional year like this.
-Heels win finale at home
-ACC holds line on league skeds
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MASN dispute drags on
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NFL Network impasse
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Canes' Gleason injured
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Whitley was kind and determined

Clemson ends home season with win over Cougars
Anderson Independent

The Final Series- So Long to "The Sarge"
scout.com

Gamecocks handle The Citadel 10-2
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Vols top Paladins
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Coach has 'special' gameplan for University of South Carolina football

U.Va. cornerback charged with DWI
Hampton Roads Daily Press

Former USC player Powell arrested
Columbia (SC) State

Recruiting- Clemson lands another North Carolina star
Fayetteville Observer

Big East ties should earn WVU $7 million
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

From the Beckley (SC) Register-Herald
-R-Rod says WVU board, Manchin pressured him
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Former WVU coach says he, Garrison clashed on final night

Rodriguez deposition released
Charleston (WV) Gazette

May 13, 2008

Hard to believe USC baseball has to play its way into postseason
Anderson Independent

From the Hampton Roads Daily Press
-Ready to Build another national title

  Apprentice begins defense of its championship at home with two local seniors leading the charge.
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Linebacker from Charlotte commits to U.Va

From the Greenville (SC) News
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Tanner doesn't believe USC has chance to be regional host
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Tigers face Cougars today, honor Pawlowski's daughter
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University of South Carolina defensive coordinator Johnson enjoys recruiting
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University of South Carolina basketball coach Horn fills out staff

NASCAR's slow drive toward diversity
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
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BCS futility hurts ACC's credibility
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College batters swing to own beat
-Canes add depth on defense

From the Charlotte Observer
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Edwards builds momentum before Charlotte race
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Charlotte Race Weeks Schedule
-Former Panther found dead

  Ex-center Whitley started 16 games during inaugural 1995 season
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9-game conference football slate proposed
-Charlotte makes good impression
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Seminoles, Hurricanes seek new glory days

WSSU's football game against Florida A&M to be on ESPNU
Fayetteville Observer

May 12, 2008

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Win boosts Clemson's ACC tournament prospects
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Another loss at Arkansas puts Gamecocks in danger of missing SEC tournament
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Mountaineers wrap up sweep of Paladins

As summer starts, pressure builds on Bowden, Tigers
Anderson Independent

Annika is back
  Annika Sorenstam fills in a missing line on her Hall of Fame résumé, a victory at Kingsmill.
Hampton Roads Daily Press

What is causing decline in black baseball players?
Fayetteville Observer

From the Greensboro News-Record
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Basketball schedule is off table for ACC
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Panthers would be Holt’s first choice if he leaves St. Louis

Panthers would be Holt’s first choice if he leaves St. Louis
Greensboro News-Record

Seahawks clinch top seed with 23-4 rout of James Madison
Wilmington Star-News

 

May 18, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-UTEP Men Wins Second Outdoor Track Title in Three Years
-Rice Will Be No. 1 Seed at C-USA Baseball Championship
-NCAA Softball- Houston Advances to Regional Final
-NCAA Men's Golf Day Two Recap
-Fitting End on Senior Day for Cougar Baseball on Saturday
-Eagles Lose Regular-Season Finale at UAB, 12-2

Johnson is joining in chase for Big East
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Huntington Herald-Dispatch
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Houston cruises past Herd, 10-5
-Bartrum, Brown and a cast of football pros teach youngsters about football, life
-Westbrook newest star of youth camp

Houston's early burst tops Herd in baseball
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

USM ends regular season on low note
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Blazers topple Eagles
Hattiesburg American

From the Houston Chronicle
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UH needs one more win to advance to super regional
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C-USA tournament field set

Oregon ends Hurricane's season
Tulsa World

May 17, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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Two C-USA Catchers Named Semifinalists for Johnny Bench Award
-Championship Race is Tight Heading into Final Day of Action
-NCAA Softball- Kime's Triple Leads UCF, Shamblin's Perfect Game Propells Houston
-NCAA Men's Golf Day Two Recap

Memphis AD Denies That He Is Talking With the Big East Conference
AOL SPORTS

From the Birmingham News
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Blazers split, earn C-USA berth
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Blazers' Sucher shoots 62, leads by 2

Herd falls to Houston in C-USA baseball
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

UH's Shamblin tosses perfect game in 9-0 win (w/ video)
Houston Chronicle

Tulane swept by C-USA champ Rice
New Orleans Times Picayune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
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C-USA basketball tournament leaving Memphis
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Report: Kansas basketball star's grades were changed in high school

From the Orlando Sentinel
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UCF basketball has 5th-biggest attendance hike in the country
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UCF lands 1st football commitment for 2009
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Blog: East Carolina, Memphis not going anywhere . . . and neither is conference realignment

AU FOOTBALL 2008- New faces abound at Southern Miss
Opelika Auburn News

May 16, 2008

U of M denies Big East negotiations
  Johnson says report of courtship is premature
Memphis Commercial Appeal

From the Hattiesburg American
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Memphis official has no knowledge of talks with Big East
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Southern Miss faces UAB in big 3-game set

Palmer concerned about starting pitching
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Memphis is NOT headed to the Big East
WHAS 11.com

Memphis to Big East? Anything's possible
Charleston (WV) Gazette

Report- Memphis in "serious" discussions with the Big East
Orlando Sentinel

Rivals Five- Weekend Series to Watch
rivals.com

C-USA picks Tulsa for 2010
  The Conference USA men’s basketball tournament appears destined to be in Tulsa in March 2010.
Tulsa World

From the El Paso Times
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UTEP player cleared
-Tulsa gets 2010 C-USA men's tournament

  Conference USA opted Thursday to honor a previous commitment to the University of Tulsa, awarding the 2010 Conference USA men's basketball tournament to that city -- leaving UTEP and El Paso a strong favorite to get the 2011 tournament.

ACC considering GMAC Bowl
  The GMAC Bowl's contract with Conference USA and the Mid-American Conference expires after January's game
Mobile Press Register

From conferenceusa.com
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UTEP and Rice Leads Championship Race After Day 1
-Tulane's Hunt Named a Semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy
-Nine C-USA Softball Players Named to NFCA All-Region Teams
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C-USA Track & Field All-Academic Team Announced
-Houston Upends Marshall Baseball, 6-2, on Strength of Five-Run First Inning
-Owls Blank Tulane 6-0 Thursday Night In New Orleans
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USM's Baseball Game at UAB Postponed

From the Houston Chronicle
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Rice turns back Tulane
-UH, UCLA to begin three-game football series in 2010

Rice gets to Hunt early, tops Wave
New Orleans Times Picayune

Ambrus 'changed the face of UAB track'
Birmingham News

College Baseball Roundup- Clemson hammers Central Florida
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

May 15, 2008

Tigers, Big East Bound?
  University of Memphis officials have been in serious talks with the Big East about joining the conference.
MyFoxMemphis.com

Five years later, conference meetings of 2003 still loom large
Orlando Sentinel

USM must take care of business
Hattiesburg American

Eagles nurse NCAA dream
Biloxi Sun Herald

From conferenceusa.com
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C-USA Track & Field Championships Set For El Paso
-Clemson Travels to Orlando for a Three-Game Set vs. UCF Baseball

Myles Brand speaks!
  The NCAA president was asked about pressing issues pertaining to Division I college baseball, most notably the controversial uniform start date to the season and the transfer rule.
Houston Chronicle

How C-USA Tournament bidding works
El Paso Times

May 14, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-Memphis' skid Reaches 11 Games with 4-1 Loss at Mississippi State

   Memphis is in a must-win situation in its efforts to make a third straight appearance in the C-USA Championships. The Tigers will host East Carolina from Thurs., May 15-Sat., May 17.
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Cougars Enjoy Big Win at UTSA on Tuesday
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South Alabama Defeats Southern Miss 16-5
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Blazers Go Long Four Times In 13-2 Win At Troy

El Paso seeks C-USA tourney
   City supports effort to draw C-USA tournament, OKs use of hotel-motel tax funds
El Paso Times

Baseball stars bring talents home to Herd
   Headed into the final series of the Conference USA season, Marshall has a chance to finish in the top four in conference play
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Jaguars slam Southern Miss
Biloxi Sun Herald

Leadoff man fuels Eagles' flight
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

State baseball bounces back
Shreveport Times

Toe dipping in the prediction pool
Houston Chronicle

Lack of on-campus facility irks parents
  A group of parents of current and former UAB softball players has made a Title IX complaint against the university over lack of an on-campus facility and problems with the current facility.
Birmingham News

NCAA rosters plundered by the NBA
Tulsa World

Consistency helps golfers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

May 13, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
-Baseball Notebook

  Much to Be Decided in Final Week of Regular Season
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Houston Wraps Up Non-Conference Schedule at UTSA on Tuesday
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Owls Take On Tulane This Week In New Orleans
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Tulane's Shooter Hunt Named Conference USA Pitcher Of The Week
  Junior right-hander earns honor after fanning nine in 7.0-inning start Friday at East Carolina
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Five C-USA Players Named to Nagurski Watch List

Herd's Jones is building nicely for the future
Charleston (WV) Daily Mail

Allegations against Mayo come as no shock at all
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Pastner joins staff at U of M
Memphis Commercial Appeal

USM awesome in sweep
Hattiesburg American

May 12, 2008

From conferenceusa.com
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Four C-USA Softball Teams Garner NCAA Regional Selections
  Recently crowned C-USA Tournament champion UCF received the league's automatic bid, while regular season champion Houston, along with East Carolina and Tulsa received at-large bids.
-Weekend Baseball Roundup

  Rice Captures C-USA Regular Season Title
-Rice Completes Sweep of Houston To Clinch 2008 Conference USA Regular Season Title
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Bowden and Leach Combine for a One-Hitter to Sweep Memphis 13-0
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Keedy Has A Day, Powers UAB To 14-3 Victory At UCF
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UTEP to Host Conference USA Outdoor Track & Field Championship This Weekend

SMU Mustangs warm up to change
  The Mustangs noticed – and relished, they say – the drastic difference around SMU football during Jones' first spring camp, which wrapped up in early April. There are new feelings of hope and confidence, qualities lacking last season.
Dallas Morning News

Herd baseball sweeps doubleheader
Huntington Herald-Dispatch

Putting up numbers
Jackson Clarion-Ledger

NCAA Softball: UH to host NCAA regional
Houston Chronicle

NCAA Tennis: TU's stellar season ends with sadness
Tulsa World