Walter P. Davis was born September 9, 1954 in Pineville, North Carolina. At 6’6” tall, Walter played forward for Dean Smith’s UNC Tar Heels from 1973 until 1977. He was a college All American and a member of the 1976 US Olympic Team, which won the gold medal in Montreal, Canada. He played 15 years in the NBA (1977-1992) for Phoenix, Denver and Portland.
A 1996 Graduate of NCCU, LeVelle Moton was the school’s third all-time leading scorer with 1,714 points during his historic hardwood career as an Eagle. After NCCU, Moton played four years of professional basketball in Indonesia and Israel. He initially returned to his alma mater as Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach in July 2007. In 2009, LeVelle was elevated from Assistant Coach to the position of Head Coach.
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David Cutcliffe, the 2013 National Coach of the Year who has earned both ACC and SEC Coach of the Year honors in a distinguished career that includes the mentoring of Super Bowl MVP quarterbacks Peyton and Eli Manning, was named Duke University’s 21st head football coach on December 15, 2007.
In 2013, Cutcliffe guided the Blue Devils to a school record 10 wins, including the ACC Coastal Division championship and an appearance in the 46th annual Chick-fil-A Bowl where Duke’s matchup with Texas A&M registered nearly nine million viewers to rank as ESPN’s most-watched non-BCS bowl game. For his efforts, Cutcliffe was named the National Coach of the Year by five outlets — American Football Coaches Association, Bobby Dodd Foundation, Maxwell Football Club, Sporting News and Walter Camp Foundation — while earning his second consecutive ACC Coach of the Year citation.
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