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ECU Baseball drops opening game to Wichita State, 6-2


ECU Baseball's Godwin and Agnos earn AAC yearly honors


ECU Women's Golf head coach resigns


Agnos named AAC Pitcher of the Week for fourth time


ECU clinches top seed for AAC Baseball Championship


No. 6 ECU Baseball drops series finale against Memphis, 10-9


No. 6 ECU wins 8th straight AAC series, 5-3


Agnos sets records as ECU tops Memphis, 19-10


ECU's Agnos and Burleson named semifinalists for national awards


Lloyd leads No. 6 ECU Baseball to walk-off win over Campbell, 4-3


ECU's Burleson repeats as AAC Player of the Week


No. 8 ECU Baseball claims series win at Wichita State, 7-3


Shockers even series with No. 8 ECU Baseball, 3-1


Remainder of American Athletic Conference Softball Championship washed out


CONFERENCE CHAMPS! No. 8 ECU Baseball defeats Wichita State, 6-1


2019 AAC Softball Championship to resume Saturday afternoon


AAC Softball championship action postponed on Friday


ECU Softball upsets No. 2 seed Tulsa in AAC Quarterfinals


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