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This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former NCSU point guard Justin Gainey. Gainey helped the Wolfpack to post season appearances in all four years of his college career — and holds the ACC Tournament record for steals. Since playing, he’s turned coach and is currently an assistant at Tennessee. Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former North Carolina forward Matt Doherty. Doherty started on the 1982 National Championship team and boasts over 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 400 assists in his college career. Doherty went on to coach at his alma mater and has recently written a book on leadership.For more information on Coach Doherty, visit his website https://coachmattdoherty.com and you can purchase a copy of his book "Rebound: From Pain to Passion" right here! For a video version of this week's podcast, head to our YouTube page. Support the show
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former NC State guard Dereck Whitttenburg. Whittenburg played a major role on the 1983 National Championship team — averaging nearly 16 points per game his senior season. After a brief professional career, Whittenburg pursued coaching and is now back at his alma mater as an Associate AD for Community Relations and Student Support.Check out The DW Foundation here.WATCH the full episode on YouTube.Support the show
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Duke quarterback Thad Lewis. At Duke, Lewis set records for most passing touchdowns and career passing yards with over 10,000. After seven years spending time with different NFL teams, Lewis is enjoying learning from some of the best in the sport as an offensive assistant with Tampa Bay.Support the show
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Clemson guard Terrence Oglesby. In his freshman year at Clemson Oglesby hit 85 3-pointers, and went on to lead the team from outside the following year with 92. Both years were good for 2nd best in the ACC. Since college, Oglesby has stayed close to the game whether playing abroad, coaching or broadcasting.WATCH the full episode on YouTube: Terrence Oglesby, Clemson Guard 2007-09Check out Oglesby's own podcast here: Beyond 22' Basketball Podcast with Terrence OglesbySupport the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Duke guard Becca Greenwell. Greenwell battled through injuries and sits atop the Blue Devils record books for most three- pointers made — with 301 in her career. Greenwell was drafted by the Washington Mystics in 2018 and has stayed close to the game in her professional career.WATCH: https://youtu.be/Us1ItbI8rEUSupport the show
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former NC State wrestler Nick Gwiazdowski. Gwiazdowski helped elevate the Wolfpack wrestling program to unprecedented levels — winning three ACC championships and two National Championships. Gwiazdowski has enjoyed a lot of success as a pro wrestler and has his sights set on Tokyo 2021.Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Syracuse guard Eric Devendorf. Devendorf averaged nearly 16 points per game his senior season and later returned to Cuse as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. After seven years playing overseas Devendorf has stayed close to the game, playing for Boeheim’s Army in The Basketball Tournament. Support the show
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Clemson guard Shawan Robinson. Robinson averaged a team leading 12.3 ppg and a free throw percentage of 91.3%, good for 3rd in the nation. Robinson became the first Clemson Tiger to be named Academic All-ACC in each of his four seasons. After college, Robinson headed overseas to play and has since pursued his coaching career. Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
In this episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now, former NC State guard Debbie (Mulligan) Antonelli recounts her days playing for the Wolfpack women's basketball coach Kay Yow and her path to a successful sports broadcasting career after college.For video of this episode head to our YouTube page and subscribe so you don't ever miss an episode!Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former North Carolina point guard Marcus Ginyard. Ginyard was part of a very successful class at UNC that won three regular season and two ACC tournament tittles, and the 2009 National Championship. Since playing in college, Ginyard has continued his basketball career overseas.Check out Marcus' website: https://marcusginyard.comFor video of this episode head to our YouTube page and subscribe so you don't ever miss an episode!Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
Former NC State guard CJ Williams joins Erin Summers in this week's episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? After a breakout senior season, Williams has worked hard to continue his basketball career, playing for several NBA teams. Take a listen to CJ's journey and get some advice on how to achieve your dreams. Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This week on ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? Erin Summers interviews former NC State baseball player Andrew Ciencin. Ciencin played four seasons at NC State and still holds the record for grand slams (4) in a season.  From coaching to working in men's clothing, there's no telling what Ciencin will be doing next. Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This week on ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? Erin Summers interviews former Duke forward Shavlik Randolph. Randolph played three seasons at Duke, helping the Blue Devils to the Final Four in 2004. His NBA career included time with Philadelphia, Portland, Miami, Boston and Phoenix.Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
This week on ACC Stars: Where are they Now? Erin Summers is joined by former Duke forward Lee Melchionni. Melchionni played from 2002 to 2006 and helped Duke to an ACC tournament championship in his senior season. Since ending his pro career, Melchionni has put his Duke degree to work as an agent and lawyer. Support the show
This week on ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? Erin Summers interviews former North Carolina State forward Simon Harris. After his collegiate career, Harris returned to NC State as an assistant women's basketball coach. However that's not his only stop since playing himself, listen to find out how Harris has landed time with the Dallas Cowboys and Ohio State.Support the show
This week on ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? Erin Summers interviews former North Carolina forward and 2005 National Champion Jawad Williams. Williams started every single one of the Heels 37 games during that championship run. He’s accomplished quite a lot on and off the court since -- from a pro career to a published author, Williams still has a lot he wants to tackle. Check out Jawad Williams' website and blog here: https://jawadwilliams.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
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