Zach Timmons

Zach Timmons

Zach Timmons, better known as ZT, is a junior at UNC Charlotte. He is an English major and is also minoring in journalism. In his free time, ZT enjoys writing spoken word poetry, drawing, and making beats.

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Niners falter at WKU

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Niners falter at WKU

The Charlotte 49ers played the WKU Hilltoppers close for the first quarter, but suffered numerous injuries and surrendered 24 second-quarter points to falter 45-14 on the road. Aaron McAllister recorded his first career start at running back for the Niners, and the redshirt freshman finished with 157 yards on the ground and both of Charlotte’s […]

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PREVIEW: Wheels Up to WKU

| October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
PREVIEW: Wheels Up to WKU

Another Saturday has come and gone, and another one is approaching. For the Charlotte 49ers, it means gearing up and heading to the Bluegrass State for a showdown with the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. For the winless Niners, it means another opportunity to get their first win of the season and hopefully change their fortunes. Scouting […]

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Charlotte unable to stop Marshall

| October 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
Charlotte unable to stop Marshall

The Charlotte 49ers had their finest defensive performance of the season, but Marshall was able to score twice and defeat the Niners, 14-3 in Jerry Richardson Stadium. Marshall quarterback Chase Litton threw two touchdown passes to receiver Tyre Brady, one in the first quarter and one in the third, and those scores gave Marshall just […]

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Charlotte to host Herd

| October 7, 2017 | 0 Comments
Charlotte to host Herd

The Charlotte 49ers have a tall task ahead of them on Saturday, as they will host the Marshall Thundering Herd in their second conference matchup. The Herd, who have multiple connections to the 49ers, are red hot at the moment, but lost to Charlotte last season on their home field, 27-24. Charlotte is still searching […]

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Panthers set to host Niners

| September 30, 2017 | 0 Comments
Panthers set to host Niners

The Charlotte 49ers, hungry and hopeful for their first win of this season, are putting the wheels up and flying to Miami, Florida for their conference opener against the Florida International Panthers. The Niners lost to the Georgia State Panthers 28-0 in last week’s non-conference finale, but are hoping a change of scenery will help […]

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Niners Look to Get Back on Track

| September 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
Niners Look to Get Back on Track

The Charlotte 49ers have yet to secure a victory this season, and everyone is antsy for good reason. After opening the year with two road contests, the Niners lost back-to-back games at home to close out the nonconference portion of their schedule, including a shutout loss to Georgia State. With the first in-conference game coming […]

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PREVIEW: Niners Welcome Panthers to Charlotte

| September 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
PREVIEW: Niners Welcome Panthers to Charlotte

Another week is ending, and that means another Saturday full of college football is approaching. For the Charlotte 49ers, the Georgia State Panthers are number 1 on the priority list. Both teams come into the contest searching for their first win (GSU 0-2, CHA 0-3), so the game should be an interesting one for sure. […]

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Niners drop heartbreaker to Aggies, 35-31

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments
Niners drop heartbreaker to Aggies, 35-31

The Charlotte 49ers played their hearts out in their in-state shootout with NC A&T, but they ultimately fell 35-31 after coming back from an 18-point deficit. The Aggies scored three touchdowns in the first half, and got a huge defensive stop late in the fourth quarter that ultimately sealed the deal. A&T quarterback Lamar Raynard […]

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Wildcats overwhelm Niners

| September 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Wildcats overwhelm Niners

The Charlotte 49ers were eager to put an early season loss to Eastern Michigan behind them, but had a tall task ahead of them in 19th-ranked Kansas State. Coach Brad Lambert, who played at KSU in the 1980s, watched his team keep it close in the first quarter but ultimately fall 55-7 on the road. […]

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49er Football: Offseason Report

| August 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
49er Football: Offseason Report

A lot of things have changed around the Judy Rose Football Center, and fans, players and coaches alike are hoping that these adjustments will lead to more wins. Out With the Old, In With the New At the conclusion of the 49ers’ 4-8 season, many questions surrounded the players. The inaugural 2012 redshirt senior class, […]

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Youthfulness Sure to Pay off for Niners

| April 11, 2017 | 0 Comments
Youthfulness Sure to Pay off for Niners

The landscape of college sports is changing. In basketball and football, for example, it is rare to see seniors playing in prominent roles in the new era of declaring early for the draft. Many baseball players declare early as well. However, it’s a known fact that senior leadership and experience is invaluable and can’t be […]

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Baseball Goes 2-1 in FIU Series

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
Baseball Goes 2-1 in FIU Series

The Charlotte 49ers travelled down to Miami for a series with the Panthers of Florida International University, and the team will return home victorious. After losing the second game of the back-to-back-to-back contests, Charlotte built a big lead and held on in the last game, 8-7, to win the series 2-1. Game 1: Charlotte 4, […]

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Niners get victory over UTEP

| March 5, 2017 | 0 Comments
Niners get victory over UTEP

Grace Hunter and Ciara Gregory were the only Charlotte players in double-figures, but their dominance was crucial down the stretch as the Charlotte 49ers (20-9, 12-6 C-USA) earned an 84-74 comeback victory over the UTEP Miners on Senior Night. Hunter notched 30 points and 15 boards in the home finale, while Gregory dropped 26 points […]

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Blue Raiders stifle Charlotte’s comeback

| February 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
Blue Raiders stifle Charlotte’s comeback

Rebecca Reuter had 23 points, Jess Louro and Ty Petty added 18 apiece, and Middle Tennessee saw their 23-point lead collapse but ultimately held on for an 83-81 victory over Charlotte. Alex Johnson had 16 points and seven boards for the visitors, whose three-point shooting was the difference in the game. Lefty Webster and Grace […]

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