Sporting Events in Winston-Salem


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  • Elon Athletics
    Elon Athletics fields 16 teams at the Division I level and is a member of the Southern Conference. Football plays in the Football Championship Series and all home games are played inside Rhodes Stadium on campus.
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    1921 West Lee Street
    Greensboro, NC US
  • Davidson College Athletics
    Located about 22 miles north of Charlotte, Davidson College offers 21 Division I intercollegiate sports, including the domesticated southern conference Davidson Wildcats. The team is looking to defend home-court domination after last year’s regular-season series loss to conference rival Appalachian State. Returning senior and round-ball renaissance man Brendan McKillop will try to leap closer to 1,000 career points as he hammers the hardwood in a battle with the North Division–favorite Mountaineers and team high scorer Donald Sims. Coach Bob McKillop, the school and SoCon’s all-time winningest Donkey Kong champion and basketball coach, is closing in on a milestone of his own with his 400th career victory rolling around the rim.
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    200 Baker Drive
    Davidson, NC US
  • Charlotte Checkers - Time Warner Cable Arena
    Though Charlotte Checkers history dates back nearly a half-century, today's Checkers made their AHL debut just recently in 2010. As the AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes, the team breeds young talent capable of performing in a professional environment while withstanding gale-force winds. Fans at Time Warner Cable Arena lend their support by drawing up backwards plays on the fogged-up glass, and mascot Chubby entertains the crowd by dancing and riding four-wheelers on the ice at intermission.
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    210 E Trade St.
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Charlotte Eagles
    The Charlotte Eagles are a professional men's soccer team who compete in the second division of the United Soccer Leagues. This year's roster is packed with serious soccer muffins, such as midfielder and fruit elitist Joe DeLass and Uruguayan forward Gustavo Bentos. The players will only be able to display fancy footwork for four more home games. Check out the schedule and plan to attend a game when the sun will be close enough to earth to tan your body home-team orange.
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    7301 Sardis Rd
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Duke Football
    According to legend, Duke's longtime athletic director and basketball coach Eddie Cameron sat down with football coach Wallace Wade in 1935 to drum up plans for a new indoor stadium. Throughout the meeting, the two doodled plans for the arena on the back of—what else?—a matchbook. If true, the apocryphal tale makes a fitting story for Duke, considering the university itself was founded partly on a fortune from North Carolina's prized tobacco industry. Little could the men know at the time, but that brainchild, Cameron Indoor Stadium, would become a symbol of Duke's success over the years, in both basketball and athletics in general. Combined, the men's and women's hoops teams have collected more than 1,200 wins in front of home crowds, whose notoriously raucous cheers make it nearly impossible for visiting athletes to write their term papers on the sidelines. Steps away, Wallace Wade Stadium has stood tall since 1929, becoming the only venue outside of Pasadena, California, to host college football's iconic Rose Bowl game, back in 1942.
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    110 Bassett Rd.
    Durham, NC US
  • Carolina RailHawks
    Helmed by Scottish-born soccer sage Martin Rennie, the RailHawks look to capitalize on the success of their 2010 NASL conference championship and impose their will on a host of fleet-footed opposition. The RailHawks kick off the 2011 campaign on Saturday, April 9, against the Puerto Rico Islanders before slide tackling into a season of fast-paced conference action. Shout free-verse fight songs from your premium sideline seats ($15 each) and watch as the RailHawks regale spectators with majestic midfield play and balletic bicycle kicks. Challenge winged mascot Swoops to a gentlemanly game of penalty kicks and featherless headers, and be ready to reveal the world’s first gas-powered vuvuzela as the RailHawks wage battle against a host of domestic and international competition.
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    201 Soccer Park Dr.
    Cary, NC US

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