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Wilmington Wins Third Straight

The Wilmington Sharks (3-2) picked up their third straight win in a 3-2 victory over the Morehead City Marlins (2-3), behind another stellar performance from a Sharks starter - this time from the left-handed Alex Hamilton. Hamilton (1-0) got the win after going 6.1 innings, allowing two runs on seven hits, while s.. Read More

Tyler and Sharks Take Command of Generals

BOX SCORE + PLAY BY PLAY (http://www.coastalplain.com/statistics/2015/wlm5-30.htm) It was a game in which everything seemed to be going the way of the home team. The Petersburg Generals (1-3) fell to the Wilmington Sharks (2-2) by a score of 6-2 behind a phenomenal pitching performance by Cody Tyler (1-0) and a.. Read More

Sharks Survive, Collect First Victory

In their first road test of the 2015 season, the Wilmington Sharks (1-2) were able to overcome four errors and survive a late rally by the Morehead City Marlins (3-1) to pick up their first win of the season by a score of 6-5. Their evening was supported by seven hits and a strong output on the mound by the left-.. Read More

Johnstone Throws a Gemstone, Sharks Offense Stagnant

BOX SCORE + PLAY BY PLAY (http://www.coastalplain.com/statistics/2015/wlm5-28.htm) Despite Connor Johnstone’s best efforts on the mound for Wilmington (0-2), the Sharks fell 3-2 to the Morehead City Marlins (3-0). The righty from Wake Forest University had his best stuff working during his 6 innings of w.. Read More

Edenton Spoils Opening Night in Wilmington

BOX SCORE + PLAY x PLAY (http://www.coastalplain.com/statistics/2015/wlm5-26.htm) In the first game of the 2015 summer collegiate season, the Edenton Steamers came out victorious by a score of 5-2, using 12 hits and 4 Wilmington errors in the process. Edenton starting pitcher David Bednar had a remarkable outin.. Read More

Garnet and Black Attack the Port City

Coach Parker Bangs has signed four of University of South Carolina’s finest to suit up for the Wilmington Sharks. Alex Destino, John Parke, Reed Scott, and Matt Vogel will make the 3 hour drive from Columbia to spend the summer at the Shark Tank. Bangs, a member of South Carolina’s 2010 nation.. Read More

Join the Sharks Family!

Without host families, the Wilmington Sharks could not exist. It is a rewarding experience that will leave you and your family with a lifetime of memories. By becoming a host family, you will be playing a very important role in your player's summer experience by providing them with a "home .. Read More

Sharky Around Town

Wilmington, NC – Wilmington’s most JAWSOME predator has been a busy shark over the last few months. Sharky stopped by New Hanover Regional Medical Center on February 21st to spread some Valentine’s Day love to the staff and patients. Sharky had a good time passing out cards, candy, and hugs. .. Read More

Golden Eagles Land in Wilmington

Wilmington, NC – Coach Parker Bangs has signed Oral Roberts University’s Matt Whatley and Nick Rotola to play for the Wilmington Sharks in the summer of 2015. Matt Whatley has posted a .341 batting average through 24 games, including 2 homeruns and 16 RBIs. In the March 18th 9-7 road victory over Texas.. Read More

Trio of Sharks Return to The Tank

The Wilmington Sharks are pleased to announce that locals Sam Foy, Steven Linkous, and Hunter Smith will be returning to the Wilmington Sharks for the summer of 2015. “One of our goals is to bring back hometown talent each year, and with this crop of guys, we accomplish that,” says General Manager P.. Read More