Triangle Sports Roundup
Carolina Basketball Network

Duke WBB picks up the pace for 2019-2020

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com DURHAM, N.C. – It was only the first game of the season, but a 93-57 win over High Point on Tuesday showed those watching in Cameron Indoor Stadium that the Duke Blue […]

Carolina Hockey Network

Canes’ Foegele comes to camp bigger, stronger, faster

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com RALEIGH, N.C. – Though it was just following the first on-ice session of training camp, Carolina Hurricanes forward Warren Foegele looked as though he was still in postseason mode. Finishing his rookie […]

Triangle Sports Network

Triangle Sports Roundup – July 2019

editor@trianglesportsnet.com — Basketball Duke Graduate Gray Impressive in WNBA All-Star Game Duke Women’s Basketball – 7/27/19 In the 16th annual edition of the WNBA All-Star Game, former Duke guard Chelsea Gray helped lead Team Wilson […]

Carolina Basketball Network

Sylvia Hatchell out as UNC women’s basketball coach following investigation

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – A significant era in the history of University of North Carolina athletics came to an end on Thursday. Following a two-week investigation into student-athlete welfare issues reported in […]

Carolina Basketball Network

Auburn sinks numerous 3s and, along with them, UNC’s season

R.L. Bynum, Correspondent @RL_Bynum KANSAS CITY, MO.  — Perimeter problems that have lingered for North Carolina all season sank their NCAA tournament hopes. The Tar Heels (29-7) have been able to overcome some teams in […]

Carolina Basketball Network

Brooks, UNC show their toughness to earn Sweet 16 berth

R.L. Bynum, Correspondent @RL_Bynum COLUMBUS, OHIO — They say that everybody has a plan until you get punched in the mouth. This wasn’t a punch. But North Carolina’s Garrison Brooks took an elbow to the […]

Carolina Basketball Network

2019 NCAA WBB: Wolfpack, Wildcats move on to 2nd Round

Peter Koutroumpis editor@trianglesportsnet.com RALEIGH, N.C. – The host No. 3 seed N.C. State Wolfpack and No. 5 seed Kentucky Wildcats both advanced in 2019 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament opening-round play at Reynolds Coliseum on Saturday. […]