- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsAug 26 11:05 AM
Benkert suffered a season-ending knee injury a week after being named the starter.
- The Daily ReflectorAug 27 07:32 PM
East Carolina announced the women’s basketball team’s non-conference schedule on Thursday. Four of ECU’s 12 non-conference opponents — Chattanooga, Ohio, Northwestern and South Carolina — reached the NCAA tournament, and two — Creighton and Eastern Washington — competed in the WNIT.
- New Bern Sun JournalAug 28 01:46 PM
The East Carolina Pirates will renew their football series against the South Carolina Gamecocks. The schools agreed to a four-year series that will begin with ECU playing in Columbia, S.C. next season. The Pirates will also play at South Carolina in 2020.
- Fox SportsAug 26 11:07 AM
Kurt Benkert was taking over for record-setting QB Shane Carden.
- New Bern Sun JournalAug 26 05:45 PM
GREENVILLE | The quarterback is always one of the most important positions on the football field. He touches the ball on every snap and the offense funnels through him.
- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsAug 24 06:57 AM
The Pirates danced to the popular song “Watch Me,” but it Ruffin McNeill stole the show.
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsAug 21 07:10 AM
East Carolina has beaten power-conference teams, put up big offensive numbers and even popped into the national rankings during an impressive three-year run. Now the Pirates must prove they have some staying power. After 26 wins over three seasons, East Carolina enters its second year in the American Athletic Conference with a new offensive coordinator leading a unit that lost a pair of record...
- Asheboro Courier-TribuneAug 26 08:08 PM
GREENVILLE — East Carolina suffered a huge setback Wednesday as it announced starting quarterback Kurt Benkert will miss this season with a right knee injury.
- CBS Sports via Yahoo! SportsAug 26 07:20 AM
East Carolina starting quarterback Kurt Benkert was generating some buzz around camp with his play, earning the starting nod just last week. The momentum of the last few weeks came to a halt Wednesday with the announcement that Benkert will miss the entire 2015 season because of a right knee injury. "Everyone in college football is affected by injuries and we are no different," Ruffin McNeill ...
- The Fayetteville ObserverAug 26 12:03 PM
East Carolina received a devastating blow to its offense for 2015 Wednesday when projected starting quarterback Kent Benkert was ruled out of the year with a knee injury.