Former N.C. A&T Aggie Brandon Parker Signs Deal To Stay with Raiders
Former North Carolina A&T offensive lineman Brandon Parker has reportedly signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Las Vegas Raiders, that's worth up to $4 million with incentives.
Fisk University to Make History as First HBCU to Host NCAA Gymnastics Competition
The Fisk University women’s gymnastics team to compete in their hometown Tuesday night, marking the first time a HBCU has hosted an NCAA Gymnastics competition.
HBCU Players Advocate for More Representation at NFL Combine
The only HBCU participants in NFL’s combine are seeking ways to increase numbers at the annual scouting event.
Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Hired as FAMU’s New Athletics Ambassador and Consultant
Former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson will be joining the FAMU's Athletics Department.
Four HBCU Teams Are Headed to The NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament
For the second straight year, four HBCU teams will be playing in the NCAA Division II men’s basketball tournament.
Three HBCU Teams To Play in The NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament
Three HBCU teams are headed to the NCAA Division II women’s basketball championship tournament this year.
Howard Swim and Dive Team Wins First Swim Championship in 34 years
Howard University's Swim and Dive Team has made history with its first championship in 34 years.
Howard Swim & Dive Team Becomes the First All-Black Swim Team Featured in Sports...
The Howard Bison, The only all-Black team in college swimming recently made history as the first all-Black swim team to be featured in the famed sports magazine, Sports Illustrated.
The CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament is Back
Save the date for the 2023 CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament, to be held a the CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore, MD on February 21-25.
Bethune-Cookman Hires Raymond Woodie Jr. As Head Football Coach
After a national search, Bethune Cookman University has found its new head coach to replace Ed Reed.
Baseball Returns to Wilberforce University After 80-Year Hiatus
The Wilberforce baseball team is gearing up for their first game in 80 years.
Fisk Gymnastics Team To Be Subject Of New Docuseries
The Fisk University Lady Gym Dogs are set to be the subject of a new docuseries from filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper and independent studio wiip.
Albany State Coach Apologizes for Making Offer to Ex-UF QB Commit Who Used N-Word
After receiving backlash, Albany State football coach Quinn Gray issued an apology on Friday for offering a scholarship to former University of Florida quarterback recruit, Marcus Stokes.
Lincoln University Missouri Announces New Sports Programs and Conference Change
Lincoln University Missouri is joining a new sports conference and adding three new sports programs.
Ex-UF QB Commit Receives Offer from HBCU Albany State Despite Using N-Word
Former UF quarterback recruit Marcus Stokes, who lost his scholarship after rapping the n-word on video, says he has received a new offer from Albany State University.
Ed Reed Will No Longer Coach at Bethune Cookman
Ed Reed is out as coach at Bethune-Cookman University just 25 days after he was hired to lead the football program.
JSU Coach Tomekia Reed says Coaching at an HBCU is “not for the weak”
Jackson State University head women's basketball coach Tomekia Reed gives insight on what it's like coaching at an HBCU in recent tweets.
Texas Southern Breaks Ground on New Strength and Conditioning Facility
On Friday, Texas Southern University broke ground on its new 6,000-square-foot strength and conditioning facility for the athletics department.