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North Carolina College Teams

If you are looking for any of the NC college teams you have come to the right place. From basketball to baseball to football and soccer, we are your guide to all of the college teams in North Carolina.

Box 90555, Durham, NC 27708
http:// www.goduke.com


Duke Athletics Quick Facts
Location: Durham, NC, Population 227.000, Founded 1838 as Trinity College; 1924 at Duke University Enrollment, 6,247 undergraduate; 7,329 graduate, Nickname Blue Devils, Colors Royal Blue (PMS 287) & White,  Affiliation NCAA Division I, Conference Atlantic Coast (ACC), President Dr. Richard H. Brodhead, Vice President/Director of Athletics Kevin White, Department Phone (919) 684-2120, Department Fax (919) 681-7866. 


Championships in NC 12 - Men's Soccer (1986); Men's Basketball (1991); Men's Basketball (1992); Women's Golf (1999); Men's Basketball (2001); Women's Golf (2002); Women's Golf (2005); Women's Golf (2006); Women's Golf (2007); Women's Tennis (2009); Men's Basketball (2010); Men's Lacrosse (2010).

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P.O. Box 2126, Chapel Hill, NC 27515


About the University of NC
The University of NC Academic Support Program helps student-athletes in exploring their abilities and interests, enjoying a broad educational experience, as well as reaching their academic goals.

The program takes place in the Loudermilk Center for Excellence that opened in 2011 and serves all UNC's nearly 800 student-athletes of all 28 varsity sports. The Academic Support Center provides advanced computer technology, office space, classrooms for teaching and tutoring, a writing lab and reading rooms.  The University's mission is to develop relationships and provide services that support University of North Carolina student-athletes Building Character, Advancing toward graduation and Developing leadership.

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5400 Trinity Road, Raleigh, NC 27607


Teams and Fans Enjoying Unprecedented Successes
NC State is one of just five schools in North Carolina to have its football team play in a postseason bowl. The college's men's basketball team advance to the NCAA Tournament and the college's baseball team advance to the Super Regionals.  The other four schools which have accomplished that feat are the following: Louisville, Kansas State, Oklahoma and UCLA, and they are playing their Super Regional on the road.

The Wolfpack women's and man's outdoor track and squads begin competition at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, and men's and women's tennis  along with men's and women's golf  and softball are also advanced to NCAA play in 2013.

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9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28223


Forever! We'll Fight-Fight-Fight!
The Charlotte 49ers is the NCAA Division I sports teams of the University of NC at Charlotte. Most of Charlotte's teams are members of the Atlantic 10 Conference since January 2013, and they will move to Conference USA in July 2013. Additionally, Charlotte has been a member of the Metro Conference, that merged with the Great Midwest Conference in order to form Conference USA, and it was also a charter member of Sun Belt Conference.

The Men's Basketball team reached the Final Four back in 1977. The golf program was ranked as the No.1 team in NC in September 2007, and the men's soccer team reached the national championship game of College Cup in 2011.  

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519 Deacon Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27105


About Wakeforest sports 
Under the leadership of the AD of Athletics and External Operations, Barry Faircloth, along with the guidance of a committed Board of Directors, the club's talented staff is comprised of many hard-working individuals who are passionate about WF college sports teams and are willing to build a bright future for Wake Forest Athletics.

The WF college sports team staff members are available to answer any questions and assist you with any of your needs. Call them for general information at 336-758-5626 between 8:30 am and 5 pm. Or,  e-mail them at deacclub@wfu.edu and a Development staff member will answer very soon.  Just remember to include your full name, phone, address and preferred e-mail address.

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1801 Fayetteville Street, Durham, NC 27707


About North Carolina Central University Eagles 
The NCCU, that is North Carolina Central University Eagles includes fourteen sports teams of North Carolina Central University which is located in Durham, North Carolina in intercollegiate sports. It includes cross country, tennis, men and women's basketball and track and field; women's sports include softball, bowling, volleyball while men's sports include golf and baseball. The NCCU Eagles compete in the FCS, that is NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision and they are members of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

Sports: Men:  Basketball, Cross Country, Baseball, Football, Tennis, Golf, Track and Field. Women: Softball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Tennis and Volleyball.

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, Ashville, NC 28804


Big athletes-Leaders in Life
The UNC Asheville Bulldogs are the athletic teams of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, NC. They are a member of the Big South Conference and they participate in Division I of the NCAA. UNCA fields varsity teams in twelve sports, 6 for women and 6 for men. Although their athletic program has one of the smallest budgets in NCAA Division I, it has done big athletics as well as leaders in life.

In 1984, the UNC Asheville women's basketball team won the NAIA national championship. Men's Sports:  Baseball, Soccer, Track and Field, Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis. Women's Sports: Soccer, Track and Field, Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Cross Country.

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1408 Walker Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27403


UNC Greensboro Spartans, the winners
The athletics programs of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro reaches as far as the late 1940s, while the students participated in national golf tournaments in 1948 and the school hosted the national tournaments for women's golf in 1954 and tennis (1965). In the 1980s, all Spartan teams competed in Division III and then Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, while the teams have competed in Division I since Fall 1991. UNC Greensboro is also a three-time winner of the Sasser Cup.

Although they are not considered official sports teams, the Sports Department also includes the UNCG Cheerleading Squad and the Spartan Gs, the UNCG Dance Team. Spartans have won 5 national championships.  

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601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403


Championships begin with scholarships
The UNC Wilmington Seahawks (UNCW or North Carolina–Wilmington) are the varsity athletic teams representing the University of North Carolina, in Wilmington  in intercollegiate athletics. There are nineteen teams sponsored by the university; men and women's basketball, golf, cross country,  soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, tennis; women's-only softball and volleyball; men's-only baseball. The Seahawks are members of the Colonial Athletic Association and compete in NCAA Division I FCS. 

HawkVision member benefits include LIVE video and audio for all home Basketball games,  LIVE video and audio coverage of athletic events and games, LIVE video and audio for   Men's and Women’s Basketball games, LIVE video and audio for Baseball games, Plus, LIVE and on-demand content throughout the year.

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1601 East Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411


A&T Athletics celebrates 90 years of excellence
The North Carolina University Aggies are the athletic college teams that represent North Carolina University in Greensboro. The Aggies have been a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.  The football team competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).

Home Football games are played at Aggie Stadium; basketball, swimming events and volleyball are held at the Ellis F. Corbett Sports Center. The university's baseball college team plays at War Memorial Stadium. 

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