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Terry Holland is East Carolina University's new director of athletics. Holland came to the university in the fall of 2004, with four decades of success in college athletics and an impeccable national reputation. Standing six feet eight inches tall, he is hard to miss on campus. Bradsher talks with him about his first few months on campus and about what he hopes to accomplish during his tenure.
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16820
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Eckard describes the new $24 million complex for softball, soccer, and track, proving that East Carolina University is more than just a football and baseball school.
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25360
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A photo expose on the Murphy Center at ECU, the photos include several of the state of the art features in the building.
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25409
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Student athletes, while not required to stay on campus and train during the summer, are either sent home with a packet full of workout recommendations or will voluntarily stay on campus to work out and even take summer classes.
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25404
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The men and women’s swim teams at ECU are actually the most winningest sport on campus. They have had 25 consecutive years without a losing season.
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25418
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With the expansion of seating and addition of luxury suites, ECU’s Dowdy-Ficklen Staduim is scheduled for an extreme makeover. In addition, other sports facilities will be added so that various sports do not have to share one gym.
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25424
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Women’s sports at ECU are getting a makeover to make them fully-funded and promote equality to men’s sports. In addition, more fans are supporting both the men and women’s teams at various sporting events.
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25429
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In terms of number of student athletes, track and field is the second largest sport at ECU. The team, while large is very close-knit and trains year round.
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25435
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The East Carolina University football team will face many challenges in the upcoming season. Head coach, Skip Holtz believes the best way to attract the attention of the Bowl Championship series alliance is to keep winning.
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25442
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In an effort to honor the academic superstars of East Carolina University sports, East Magazine has highlighted their achievements in the Winter 2010 issue.
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25470
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Tim Metcalf, East Carolina’s Director of Compliance for Athletics, deals with the massive book of rules governing college recruiting by the NCAA.
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36044
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The introduction of ice hockey, surfing, and Frisbee clubs, played at ECU and the greater Greenville area, was intended to expand the definition of club sport. Additional testament to their on-campus popularity were the number of student participants and a list of club and martial arts sports, including fencing and Tai Chi.
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40072
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Scottie Montgomery’s tenure as head football coach was predicted to be promising, from his dedication to producing a quality football team and coaching staff. Among his players, he emphasized model student behavior, rigorous conditioning, community service engagement, and preparation for life post-graduation. For his coaching staff, he emphasized a family atmosphere and open door policy to help staff with limited experience develop professionally.