Monica Holland, FayObserver.com

Monica Holland

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  • FayObserver.com
  • The Daily News
  • Burlington TimesNews
  • Kinston Free Press
  • StarNewsOnline
  • New Bern Sun Journal
  • USA TODAY
  • CITIZEN-TIMES.com
  • The Progress-Index
  • Herald-Journal

Past articles by Monica:

Fayetteville Woodpeckers fans pack Segra Stadium for opening night

Baseball is back in Fayetteville with the Woodpeckers hosting minor league games through June. → Read More

Fayetteville Fury rallies with 4 unanswered goals to win NISL men's soccer championship

UNC alum Dominic Jensen scores a pair of goals in the Fury's title-winning match. → Read More

NC State falls to UConn in 2OT Elite 8 thriller as Huskies reach 14th straight Final 4

The Huskies will play in their 14th straight Final Four → Read More

NC State women vs. UConn Elite 8 game: Tipoff time, how to watch on TV

Coming off a dramatic Sweet 16 win over Notre Dame, NC State women's basketball must now face UConn in its home state for a trip to the Final Four. → Read More

‘This is our last run’: The class that carried NC State women’s basketball back to glory is fighting for its legacy in the NCAA Tournament

A group of players like this one doesn’t come along often. They’ve reached great heights, but they know their window of time together is closing. → Read More

NC State women blister Kansas State for trip to Sweet 16

The Wolfpack move on to Bridgeport, Conn. → Read More

NC State women blister Kansas State for trip to Sweet 16

The Wolfpack move on to Bridgeport, Conn. → Read More

NC State women blister Kansas State for trip to Sweet 16

The Wolfpack move on to Bridgeport, Conn. → Read More

NC State women blister Kansas State for trip to Sweet 16

The Wolfpack move on to Bridgeport, Conn. → Read More

Players with Cape Fear region ties in the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments

The Cape Fear region will be well-represent in this year's men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments → Read More

Here's where you can stream Fayetteville State's NCAA Tournament game against IUP

The CIAA champion Broncos open NCAA Tournament play at Indiana University of Pennsylvania → Read More

DDCC Storm has rare element of experience in 3rd straight NJCAA championship berth

The Davidson-Davie Community College Storm basketball has three starters back from last year's national runner-up team. → Read More

UNC Pembroke alum Kate Weisner looking to lead Fayetteville Fury soccer turnaround

The Fury return to action with home games at the Crown. → Read More

How did NC State coach Wes Moore convince so many talented players to stay in his system?

The Wolfpack has multiple players coming off the bench who could start at just about any other D1 program. Check out how that happened: → Read More

Top players to watch in the ACC women's basketball tournament rounds 1 and 2

Before the top four start in quarterfinal play, you should be watching these standouts in Greensboro. → Read More

Top players to watch in the ACC women's basketball tournament rounds 1 and 2

Before the top four start in quarterfinal play, you should be watching these standouts in Greensboro. → Read More

Top players to watch in the ACC women's basketball tournament rounds 1 and 2

Before the top four start in quarterfinal play, you should be watching these standouts in Greensboro. → Read More

Top players to watch in the ACC women's basketball tournament rounds 1 and 2

Before the top four start in quarterfinal play, you should be watching these standouts in Greensboro. → Read More

Fayetteville football icon, one of the winningest coaches in NC Bob Paroli dies at 90

A longtime wins leader in NC, Bob Paroli took Douglas Byrd to five state championships and won the title with Seventy-First in 2008. He died Monday. → Read More

Bronco Pride: Native son Anthony Bennett brings new era to Fayetteville State athletics

Since his hiring in 2015, the former FSU football player has overseen seven CIAA conference titles and 15 runner-up finishes for the Broncos. → Read More