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Alabama A&M Beat Morehouse 35-30

CANTON, Ohio — Aqeel Glass threw four touchdown passes, including a 20-yarder to Brian Jenkins Jr. with 3 seconds to...

Morgan State University Upgrades Hughes Memorial Stadium

Morgan State University’s W.A.C. Hughes Memorial Stadium is currently undergoing a major overhaul of its football field and...

HBCU Athletes Picked In The 2019 NFL Draft

Tytus Howard (1) of Alabama State to Houston Texans The Houston Texans chose offensive tackle Tytus...

Morgan President David Wilson Appointed To NCAA Board Of Governors

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Morgan State University President David Wilson has been appointed to the NCAA Board of Governors and Division I Board of Directors, as announced...

Aggie Kayla White Brings NCAT It’s First Track & Field NCAA Championship

NA&T Aggies has its first national champion in track and field. Kayla White won the 200 meters tonight at the NCAA Indoor...

Colin Kaepernick Mural In Atlanta Destroyed Days Before Super Bowl

Just two days before Super Bowl LIII, a prominent mural of Colin Kaepernick was torn down in Atlanta. The mural, which was located on a...

Aggie Repeat: NCA&T Beats Alcorn for Celebration Bowl Title

North Carolina A&T continued its Celebration Bowl dominance by defeating Alcorn State 24-22 on Saturday in a rematch of the inaugural game in 2015.  

Morgan State Upsets #4 NCAT Aggies 16-13

GREENSBORO, N.C. (Sept. 22, 2018) -- Alex Raya's 36-yard field goal as time ran out lifted Morgan State to a 16-13 upset over North Carolina A&T on Saturday night,...

Former Norfolk State Basketball Player To Make NASCAR History

NORFOLK, Va. – Former Norfolk State University women’s basketball player Brehanna Daniels adds another chapter to her legacy as a NASCAR trailblazer this Saturday when she becomes...

Four From HBCUs Picked in Major League Baseball Draft

HBCUs provided four draftees in rounds 19-29 of the 2018 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft. Randy Norris Winston-Salem State junior outfielder Randy Norris led the group with...

TSU Tigers To Face Xavier Musketeers In NCAA Tournament

Texas Southern advances for the first time in University history HOUSTON (March 15, 2018) – Texas Southern University (TSU) continues its historic drive in the NCAA Tournament after...

Virginia Union Wins CIAA Title For First Time In Over A Decade

The Virginia Union University men's basketball team claimed their first CIAA title since 2006 with an 82-52 victory over Johnson C. Smith University Saturday night at the Spectrum...

Seeing is Believing, HBCU Grad Tarik Cohen’s 61-Yard Punt Return

HBCU, North Carolina A&T University graduate Tarik Cohen stunned the 49ers — and probably a lot of Bears fans — with this 61-yard punt return for a...

HBCU Football To Coincide With Confederate Rally in Richmond

Winston-Salem State’s Thursday football practice ended with the usual instructions, for the most part. Players were told to get their rest before Friday’s bus trip to Richmond,...

Coors Light Kicks Off 2017 HBCU Football Season With T.I. and Scholarships

One of the best selling beer, Coors Light, recently announced it will once again be a proud sponsor of historically black college and university (HBCU) Football Classic...
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Howard University Beats UNLV for the Largest Point-Spread Upset in College Football History

The end of a busy college football Saturday provided a historic result. Entering its game against UNLV as 45-point underdogs, Howard stunned its FBS opponents defeated the Rebels...

Virginia Union Women Advance To NCAA DII Final Four After Columbus State Win

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Virginia Union is headed to the NCAA Division II Final Four after a 78-73 victory over Columbus State (Ga.) Tuesday. The Panthers will face California...

Over 60 Percent Of CAU Scholar-Athletes Earn A 3.0 Or Higher GPA

ATLANTA — There are 207 student-athletes at Clark Atlanta University. Nearly 130 of them were honored with a medal Jan. 26 for accomplishments, which have nothing to do...

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