CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - The Charlotte Knights honored victims of the shooting at the University of North Carolina Charlotte during Wednesday's game.
Knights players were wearing special hats in the 49ers color scheme. The team announced that a moment of silence would be held during the third inning. App users click here.
Two students were killed and four others injured after a gunman opened fire on campus Tuesday evening. Officers were able to subdue the suspect, a 22-year-old man, in minutes. The suspect is facing multiple charges, including murder and attempted murder.
THE UNC CHARLOTTE SHOOTING:
- 'He is currently under medical supervision': UNCC shooting victim was a sports writer for Niner
- NC flags lowered at half-staff in honor of UNC Charlotte shooting victims
- 22-year-old man charged with killing 2, injuring 4 at UNC Charlotte
- Vigil planned after 2 killed, 4 wounded in UNC Charlotte shooting
- UNCC shooting: Video shows police leading suspect away in handcuffs
- Emergency crews, investigators swarm NoDa apartment complex where accused UNCC shooter lived
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper ordered all flags at state facilities, buildings and grounds Wednesday to be lowered to half-staff.
A vigil to honor the victims was planned for Wednesday evening on campus.