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Do you ever wonder what happened to some of your favorite (or most hated) ACC athletes? Join Erin Summers as she interviews former Atlantic Coast Conference stars to see where life took them after college. Each episode brings you inside the life of a different athlete, if you're a sports fan ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? is for you! Season 2 is underway now.

ACC Stars: Where Are They Now‪?‬ Erin Summers

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Do you ever wonder what happened to some of your favorite (or most hated) ACC athletes? Join Erin Summers as she interviews former Atlantic Coast Conference stars to see where life took them after college. Each episode brings you inside the life of a different athlete, if you're a sports fan ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? is for you! Season 2 is underway now.

    Justin Gainey, NCSU Point Guard 1996-2000

    Justin Gainey, NCSU Point Guard 1996-2000

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former NCSU point guard Justin Gainey. Gainey helped the Wolfpack to post season appearances in all four years of his college career — and holds the ACC Tournament record for steals. Since playing, he’s turned coach and is currently an assistant at Tennessee. 
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    • 36 min
    Matt Doherty, UNC Forward 1980-84

    Matt Doherty, UNC Forward 1980-84

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former North Carolina forward Matt Doherty. Doherty started on the 1982 National Championship team and boasts over 1,000 points, 400 rebounds and 400 assists in his college career. Doherty went on to coach at his alma mater and has recently written a book on leadership.

    For more information on Coach Doherty, visit his website https://coachmattdoherty.com and you can purchase a copy of his book "Rebound: From Pain to Passion" right here!

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    • 35 min
    Dereck Whittenburg, NC State Guard 1979-83

    Dereck Whittenburg, NC State Guard 1979-83

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former NC State guard Dereck Whitttenburg. Whittenburg played a major role on the 1983 National Championship team — averaging nearly 16 points per game his senior season. After a brief professional career, Whittenburg pursued coaching and is now back at his alma mater as an Associate AD for Community Relations and Student Support.

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    • 34 min
    Thad Lewis, Duke Quarterback 2006-09

    Thad Lewis, Duke Quarterback 2006-09

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Duke quarterback Thad Lewis. At Duke, Lewis set records for most passing touchdowns and career passing yards with over 10,000. After seven years spending time with different NFL teams, Lewis is enjoying learning from some of the best in the sport as an offensive assistant with Tampa Bay.
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    • 49 min
    Terrence Oglesby, Clemson Guard 2007-09

    Terrence Oglesby, Clemson Guard 2007-09

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Clemson guard Terrence Oglesby. In his freshman year at Clemson Oglesby hit 85 3-pointers, and went on to lead the team from outside the following year with 92. Both years were good for 2nd best in the ACC. Since college, Oglesby has stayed close to the game whether playing abroad, coaching or broadcasting.

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    Check out Oglesby's own podcast here: Beyond 22' Basketball Podcast with Terrence Oglesby
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    • 36 min
    Becca Greenwell, Duke Guard 2014-18

    Becca Greenwell, Duke Guard 2014-18

    This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former Duke guard Becca Greenwell. Greenwell battled through injuries and sits atop the Blue Devils record books for most three- pointers made — with 301 in her career. Greenwell was drafted by the Washington Mystics in 2018 and has stayed close to the game in her professional career.

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    • 26 min

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