ⓘ Wingate, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Wingate, North Carolina

Wingate is located at 34°59′6″N 80°26′50″W 34.985021, -80.447254.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 1.7 sq km 4.4 km 2, all of it land.

                                     
  • Wingate University is an American Judeo - Christian university based over three campuses in Wingate Charlotte, and Hendersonville, North Carolina It
  • The Wingate Bulldogs are the athletic teams that represent Wingate University, located in Wingate North Carolina in NCAA Division II intercollegiate
  • York Wingate North Carolina Wingate Maryland Wingate Sandstone, a geologic formation across the Colorado Plateau Wingate Texas Fort Wingate New Mexico
  • Irwin Belk Stadium is a 3, 500 - seat stadium in Wingate North Carolina It is home to the Wingate University Bulldogs football team. The stadium is named
  • namesake for Wingate University, located in Wingate North Carolina W. M. Wingate was born July 28, 1828 in Darlington, South Carolina to William and
  • The Wingate Commercial Historic District is a national historic district located at Wingate Union County, North Carolina It encompasses four contributing
  • Major Leon - Legrant Wingate born November 10, 1983 is an American retired basketball player. Wingate began playing high school basketball at Wilson High
  • Pembroke State, Pfeiffer, Presbyterian, Queens, St. Andrews, Western Carolina and Wingate Barton is the only remaining charter member followed in longevity
  • The Jesse Helms Center, located in Wingate North Carolina and named for its founder, U.S. Senator Jesse Helms, is a repository of Helms papers, letters
  • non - commercial listener supported ministry. The station is licensed to Wingate North Carolina a suburb of Charlotte. Columbia International University, then
  • Lutheran university in North Carolina and Wingate University. Early newspapers were established in the eastern part of North Carolina in the mid 18th - century