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Moton still seeking first Division I win as both NCCU teams play tonight

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With final exams in their rear-view mirror, both of N.C. Central's basketball teams hit the hardwood again tonight.

LeVelle Moton's men's team is at home at McLendon-McDougald Gym against Florida Gulf Coast, another team still in its transition period to full membership in NCAA Division I. Both teams are nicknamed Eagles.

NCCU is 2-0 at home this season, but Moton (pictured) will be looking for his first victory against a Division I opponent.

Joli Robinson's women's club has a little tougher assignment at UNC Greensboro. The Eagles are still looking for their first victory of the season.

Men's game

N.C. Central vs. Florida Gulf Coast

[Wednesday, 7 p.m., McLendon-McDougald Gym]

FCGU leads 1-0.

Records: FGCU 2-6, NCCU 2-7.

Audio: WRJD-AM 1410, nccueaglepride.com.

Coaches' records - FGCU: Dave Balza 172-134, 137-86 at FCGU; NCCU: LeVelle Moton 2-7.

Leading scorer - FGCU: Anthony Banks 13.0; NCCU: C.J. Wilkerson 14.2.

Leading rebounder - FGCU: Anthony Banks 5.3; NCCU: Nick Chasten 5.6.

Assist leader - FGCU: Reggie Chambers 3.2; NCCU: C.J. Wilkerson 4.1.

Women's game

N.C. Central at UNC Greensboro

[Wednesday, 7 p.m., Fleming Gym, Greensboro]

UNCG leads series 2-0.

Records: NCCU 0-7, UNCG 2-6.

Audio: NCCUEaglePride.com; uncgspartans.com.

Video: uncgspartans.com.

Coaches' records - NCCU: Joli Robinson 197-179; UNCG: Lynne Agee 581-304, 535-281 at UNCG.

Leading scorers - NCCU: Joanna Miller 16.1; UNCG: Lakiah Hyson 11.0.

Leading rebounders - NCCU: Latoya Bennett 6.3; UNCG: Agne Girstautaite 5.0.

Assist leaders - NCCU: Joanna Miller 3.1; UNCG: Lakiah Hyson 2.4.

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