UNC Asheville Bulldogs

1st BSOU D-I | 23-10
  • Field Goal %
    35th
    47.6 FG%
  • 3-point %
    21st
    39.4 3P%
  • Points Scored
    110th
    2544 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    283rd
    33.5 RPG
  • All the Times NFL Star J.J. Watt and His Girlfriend Have Been Totally Adorable
    People3 hours ago

    All the Times NFL Star J.J. Watt and His Girlfriend Have Been Totally Adorable

    NFL star J.J. Watt had been quietly dating professional soccer player Kealia Ohai for about a year before going public with their love in January. The pair, who met through Watt’s Houston Texans teammate Brian Cushing (Cushing is married to Ohai’s older sister Megan), are “very happily dating” while balancing busy training and traveling schedules, a source tells PEOPLE. “We’re both very proud of each other and what we both do,” Watt, 28, told PEOPLE at a pre-Super Bowl event in February.

  • Ryan: Enough with the hand-wringing on retaliation, here are your clearly drawn lines
    NASCAR Talk

    Ryan: Enough with the hand-wringing on retaliation, here are your clearly drawn lines

    The most important line in NASCAR lately doesn’t involve when the checkered flag waves and definitively determines the winner of a race. No, this line is much hazier: The apparently nebulous border between being regarded a well-heeled, responsible citizen of NASCAR Nation who still gets a point across and (gasp!) an irresponsible scofflaw who indiscriminately commits revenge in the least noble of ways. In the wake of Kyle Busch and Austin Dillon escaping punishment for attempting to handle their own administering of justice, it seems everyone is searching for a line on where the line is in NASCAR … Or if it exists at all. These are desperate times, kids! (Especially with the Cup Series headed to Martinsville

  • Mouthing off to refs earns Ryan Hartman a benching
    Chicago Sun-Times

    Mouthing off to refs earns Ryan Hartman a benching

    TAMPA, Fla. — From the moment he arrived in training camp, because of his irascible style and agitating ability, Ryan Hartman was saddled with the label of The Next Andrew Shaw. But Hartman has proved to be much more than a poor-man’s Shaw. With 18 goals and the versatility to play on any line and in all three forward spots, he has been a key reason the Blackhawks sit atop the Western Conference. But lately, he’s starting to resemble Shaw in an unwelcome way — by taking too many penalties. After sitting just two penalty minutes in his first 24 games, Hartman has racked up 66 penalty minutes in his last 46. His double minor Saturday night — two for hooking and two for unsportsmanlike conduct for