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UNC-Wilmington eliminates ECU from Greenville Regional 9-7


ECU-UNCW game to resume at 8:30 Sunday night


South Carolina beats East Carolina 4-2 in Greenville Regional


GAME DAY: ECU 2, South Carolina 4


ECU downs UNC-Wilmington 16-7 in Greenville Regional opener


Kickoff times announced for pair of ECU home games


Joe Dooley introduced as ECU's new head basketball coach


D.A.: $20,000 in damage to L.A. apartment building, Zay Jones' family picks up tab


Dave Hart named special advisor for athletics at ECU


B.J.'s Journey: One-on-One with ECU's senior sensation


Pitching propels ECU past No. 6 UNC 2-1


ECU's Kentrell Barkley suspended indefinitely


ECU running back Devin Anderson transferring


Dowdy-Ficklen renovations set to begin Monday


ECU Punter Austin Barnes Suspended Following Arrest


ECU routs Cincinnati 48-20 on Senior Day, improves to 3-8


Linval Joseph, Vikings drop Redskins 38-30


Houston storms past ECU 52-27, drops Pirates to 2-7


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