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    UNCG Men’s Basketball to Take Foreign Tour to Senegal and France

    UNCG Men’s Basketball to Take Foreign Tour to Senegal and France GREENBSBORO, N.C.– The UNC Greensboro (UNCG) men’s basketball team, fresh off a 20-win season under the direction of second-year Head Coach Mike Jones, will take part in a foreign tour to Dakar, Senegal and Paris, France from the end of July to beginning of August. “This opportunity is exciting for us, and we are looking forward to getting away with the guys and starting the difficult process of building a championship caliber team for next season,” stated Coach Jones. “The cultural experience of going to Senegal and France will…

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    Elon University names Billy Taylor as their New Head Men’s Basketball Coach

    Elon University names Billy Taylor as their New Head Men’s Basketball Coach (former UNCG men’s assistant head basketball coach, Billy Taylor) Director of Athletics Dave Blank on new head coach @btaylorhoops ?#HeatRises? pic.twitter.com/4aJVJGRKFA — Elon Men's Basketball (@ElonMBasketball) April 15, 2022 Elon names Iowa assistant coach Billy Taylor the new head coach of the men's basketball team. He previously coached in-state at UNCG and Belmont Abbey College @WXIISports https://t.co/sR7EPsksHU — Lauren Walsh (@lauwalsh10) April 15, 2022

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    Isaiah Miller(24 points) leads UNCG Men’s Basketball over Little Rock, 77-70:Defense does it for the Spartans

    OPENING NIGHT GLITTERS: UNCG does it with defense to beat Little Rock from www.uncgspartans.com: LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The UNC Greensboro (UNCG) men’s basketball team ignored the temporary inconvenience of an early 11-point deficit in its season-opener against Little Rock at the KFC Yum! Center Friday night. The Spartans aggressively reversed momentum with their vaunted pressure defense. The steals came. The stops followed. Easy baskets flowed like water. When the game concluded, UNCG had an impressive 77-70 victory over the Trojans in a battle of a pair of teams ranked in the CollegeInsider.com preseason Mid-Major Top 25 poll. Little Rock was…

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    UNCG’s Keyshaun Langley(Southwest Guilford HS) named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year and named to the SoCon Men’s All-Freshman Team

    from www.uncgspartans.com: GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG men’s basketball has three names honored on this year’s list of Southern Conference postseason honors, with starting guard Isaiah Miller receiving SoCon Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-SoCon honors. He was also the SoCon Sports Media Association Malcolm U. Pitt Player of the Year, while Keyshaun Langley(Southwest Guilford High School) received Freshman of the Year in the Coaches Poll and a spot on the All-Freshman Team. UNCG’s all-time career rebounding leader James Dickey was honored as well, with a spot on the All-SoCon Third Team. Isaiah Miller…

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    Michael Fields wants to know: Should the UNCG men’s basketball team play at the Greensboro Coliseum or Fleming Gymnasium?

    There is a big debate around campus on where the Spartans men’s basketball team should play their home games. The Spartans played in Fleming Gymnasium from the 1989-1990 season through the 2008-2009 season. The Spartans had some success while they played in Fleming Gymnasium. The Spartans had NCAA tournament appearances and were the conference tournament champions in 1996 and 2001. They were also the conference regular season champions in 1995, 1996, and 2002. However, it was time for the men’s basketball program to make some changes. During the 2009-2010 season, the Spartans officially moved their home games to the Greensboro…

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    UNCG Men’s Basketball Coach Wes Miller receives contract extension

    from www.uncgspartans.com: GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNCG Director of Athletics Kim Record announced Monday that men’s basketball head coach Wes Miller has received a two-year contract extension. Miller’s extension adds two years to his initial contract that had two years remaining and will carry him through June 30, 2019, with the same parameters of his initial contract. “Coach Miller and his staff have worked tirelessly to lay a foundation of success and create a championship culture,” Record said. “We are moving in the right direction with student-athletes who represent UNCG well on the court, in the classroom and in the Greensboro…

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    Virginia Tech tops UNCG 96-87 at the Greensboro Coliseum:UNCG Spartans hang with the Hokies fron the ACC

    Final: VA Tech 96 UNCG 87 Erick Green went 16-16 and finished with 26 points for the Hokies…Jerrell Eddie led VA Tech with 28 points…. Halftime Men’s basketball at the Greensboro Coliseum, with UNCG hanging with the ACC’s Virginia Tech Hokies….. Virginia Tech 45 UNCG 41 Jerrell Eddie with 13 points for VA Tech and Derrell Armstrong with 11 for UNCG….

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    UNCG tops WSSU 81-65 your Final from the Greensboro Coliseum

    Final: UNCG 81 WSSU 65 UNCG(1-1)/WSSU(0-1) It was tight early tonight and then it got loose late at the Greensboro Coliseum, in men’s local college basketball and with time rolling on and believe me, we are watching, and as that Coliseum clock keeps moving while I type this, your score read: UNCG 74 WSSU 54…3:00 to play and UNCG is extending that lead and looking to run out on Lee Street with this one…Solid perimeter jump-shooting from the Spartans from what I’m seeing and that is watching with sound down and the pages up…Some strong second-half runs tonight by UNCG…

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    UNCG Basketball Coach Wes Miller says NAVS 302 class at UNC was legit

    Current UNCG Spartan basketball coach Wes Miller attended UNC-CH and he took the NAVS 302 class, along with 5 other Tar Heel basketball players and Miller says the class was legit….It has been said that the class required No tests, No quizzes, No exams and that you only had to do a 2-3 page, double-spaced mid-term paper, plus an Oral presentation, that you did as a group of 4-5 students and that was about it… Wes Miller says he had to work in that class and that the Naval Weapons class was LEGIT….. CLICK HERE to read more on this…

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    Tyrone Outlaw Jr. headed to UNCG for hoops

    The #14 player in the state of North Carolina, Tyrone Outlaw Jr., from Person County(Roxboro Person High School), has verbally committed to attend UNC Greensboro and he will play for Wes Miller’s Spartans…. Outlaw will be a senior small forward at his dad’s old school(Person High) in 2012/2013 and then he will head to Greensboro and get started at UNCG in the fall of 2013….. from High School OT and Nick Stevens at www.wralsportsfan.com: “Wes Miller is doing great things there, and the program is going to take off,” Outlaw said. “There’s some great players coming in there.” Outlaw’s dad,…

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    University of North Carolina at Greensboro men’s basketball schedule for 2012/2013 with details

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Highlighted by 15 home games at the Greensboro Coliseum, including visits from Virginia Tech, Rutgers and Wake Forest, UNCG men’s basketball head coach Wes Miller announced the 2012-13 schedule Friday. This year will be Miller’s first full season at the helm after earning SoCon Coach of the Year accolades as an interim coach, leading the Spartans to a Southern Conference North Division championship. “We are excited about completing our schedule for the 2012-13 season,” Miller said. “We are looking forward to a good balance of quality opponents at home and on the road. Having Virginia Tech, Rutgers…

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    UNCG’s young Wes Miller moving up the coaching ladder quickly

    Big basketball camp led by Wes Miller going on over at Greensboro Day School this week, with Sean May, Marvin Williams and many other former Tar Heels on hand and the young UNCG men’s basketball coach Wes Miller, is moving up the coaching ladder quickly…Miller says he still has his shot and he has added Jackie Manuel to his coaching staff at UNCG and he still stays in contact with his old college coach, Roy Williams, at UNC(North Carolina)…. Looks to be a very successful camp going on at Greensboro Day School this week for Miller and his staff and…