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49ers unable to top Mountaineers

| September 9, 2018 | 0 Comments
49ers unable to top Mountaineers

On Saturday, Sept. 8, the Charlotte 49ers faced off against in-state opponent Appalachian State for the first time in program history. After a close first half, App State was able to run away with the game and defeated the 49ers by a score of 45-9. Quarterback Zac Thomas was a perfect 14-14 passing and finished […]

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Niners strike gold for their second straight year

| September 9, 2018 | 0 Comments
Niners strike gold for their second straight year

Over the course of Sept. 6 and Sept. 7, the 49ers Volleyball team competed in the Pirate Invitational at East Carolina University. After winning two out of three of their matches in the tournament, the team was named the Pirate Invitational champions. Reanna Richardson took home the tournament MVP honors and was named to the […]

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Charlotte blanks Elon, 2-0

| September 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
Charlotte blanks Elon, 2-0

Megan Greene led the way for Charlotte (4-2-0) on Thursday night as the Niners coasted to a 2-0 victory against the Elon Phoenix (2-2-3). This win marks Charlotte’s first road win of the season and fourth shutout on the year. The Niners scored the first goal of the game in the 33rd minute when Jamie […]

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Orr stakes her claim early

| September 4, 2018 | 0 Comments
Orr stakes her claim early

Junior defender Riley Orr has already made her mark for the Charlotte 49ers this season. After coming off of an extremely strong performance in a win over Longwood and against VCU, Orr had the honor of C-USA Defensive Player of the Week bestowed upon her, the first time since 2014 that a Charlotte 49er has […]

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Darts, naps and soccer

| September 4, 2018 | 0 Comments
Darts, naps and soccer

After nearly clinching a conference tournament championship in their junior season, Charlotte Men’s Soccer seniors are ready to finish off their college career with quite a year. Tommy Madden, Callum Montgomery, Daniel Bruce and Dean Rutherford have all been vital parts of this program in their time here, but every college athlete eventually reaches their […]

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Lightning strikes in Charlotte

| September 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
Lightning strikes in Charlotte

On Saturday, Sept. 1, Jerry Richardson Stadium was the sight of the 49ers Football first home-opening victory since 2013. Through many weather delays, Charlotte defeated the Fordham Rams by a score of 34-10. The 49ers took the win by way of a record performance from running back Benny LeMay, a strong overall defensive performance and […]

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49ers top Furman 2-0

| September 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
49ers top Furman 2-0

The Charlotte 49ers (2-0-0) shut out the Furman Paladins (1-2-0), 2-0, Friday night at Transamerica Field. With the shutout win, Charlotte has kept clean sheets in back-to-back games. In the 63rd minute, Daniel Bruce got a penalty kick for the 49ers. Callum Montgomery got to his spot and kicked it in to give the 49ers […]

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Student Government to vote on resolution regarding decision to keep Jerry Richardson name on stadium

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
Student Government to vote on resolution regarding decision to keep Jerry Richardson name on stadium

The UNC Charlotte Student Senate, which acts as the representatives of the student body, is weighing whether to push back on the Board of Trustees decision to keep Jerry Richardson’s name on the university’s football stadium. Questions of whether the former Carolina Panthers owner’s name would remain have been up in the air since December, […]

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High Hopes

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
High Hopes

After beginning the season as the team picked to finish last in the East Division and a 1-11 record in 2017, the Charlotte 49ers remain with their heads high and their sights set on some season-opening wins. Last season, it seemed as if the Niners would get to the end of the season and have […]

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Running it Back

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
Running it Back

The Nation The Forty-Niners, coming off of a frustrating 1-11 season, look to turn a new leaf with “clear eyes and full hearts” as the famous television coach, Eric Taylor would say.  With the offseason bringing in a change in coaching staff, Head Coach Brad Lambert has been given an opportunity to reshape the program […]

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Bigger than Football

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
Bigger than Football

With the 2018 college football season right around the corner, the Niners are in full preparation mode for game one. They will be hosting Fordham University at Jerry Richardson Stadium and are looking to start the season on a high note. Before the season begins, we sat down with Charlotte’s senior linebacker, Juwan Foggie, to […]

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Baseball’s new practice facility roof collapses during construction

| June 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
Baseball’s new practice facility roof collapses during construction

The roof of the 49ers new indoor practice facility collapsed today, injuring one. The Charlotte 49ers have been making a lot of changes this year, including introducing projects for new indoor practice facilities for both baseball and softball. The construction of the baseball practice facility has been making a lot of headway this summer. It seemed a lot […]

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Charlotte takes series against WKU

| May 6, 2018 | 0 Comments
Charlotte takes series against WKU

Charlotte (27-20, 13-10 C-USA) continued their late season hot streak against WKU (21-26. 11-13 C-USA). The three-game series started off with a low-scoring affair and ended with an intense slug-fest. Game 1: Charlotte 4, WKU 2 Game 1 was the quietest of the three games offensively, thanks to Charlotte’s senior pitcher Josh Maciejewski’s 8.2 inning […]

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Year in review

| April 27, 2018
Year in review

The 2017-18 year flew by, take a minute and look back at some of the top moments from this year. Women’s golf tees off for the first time The team was added to the lineup in an effort to offer more women’s athletics after football was brought in. Coach Holly Clark started laying the foundation […]

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