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Bowie State Bulldogs Move up to 19th Division II NABC Poll

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The Bowie State Bulldogs moved up two spots to # 19 in this week's Division II NABC (Coaches) poll.  The poll records reflect games...

Freeman’s Single NCA&T Leads Aggies to Win Over UMES

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GREENSBORO - Kelvin Freeman went on a rampage at the plate late last season to earn MEAC Rookie of the Year honors. The North...

WSSU’s Perfect Season Ended, Suffers Crushing Playoff Loss to Wayne State

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC -- The perfect season for the Winston-Salem State University Rams came to an end today, as the Wayne State University Warriors defeated...

Two SIAC Volleyball Standouts Make Daktronics All-South Region Team

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ATLANTA—The 2011 Daktronics All-South Region Volleyball Team was announced today and two players from the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference were selected to the team...

HBCU Football Poll

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1.  Bethune-Cookman Wildcats----(2-0)----(8)---106---1----(Beat S. C. State Bulldogs,(27-14), at-Miami Hurricanes/FBS) 2.  Tennessee State Tigers------(2-0)----(2)---94----3----(Beat Jackson State Tigers,(38-12), vs-Austin Peay Govs) 3.  Norfolk State Spartans------(2-0)----(2)---91----4----(Beat Liberty Flames,(31-24), vs-Howard...

Brian Jenkins Officially Head Football Coach At ASU

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Montgomery Advertiser reports that Former Bethune Cookman University Football Coach, Brian Jenkins, has officially been named as ASU's head coach. Though the news came...

Comeback Falls Short As Gold Team Beats Purple, 28-21

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The 2014 defending SWAC champs strapped up for their annual Purple and Gold Spring Game at Spinks-Casem Stadium. The purple team put together a strong...

MEAC Named Kendall Gray of Delaware State Player Of The Year

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(MEAC) Delaware State senior center Kendall Gray was named the 2015 MEAC Player and Defensive Player of the Year. Gray averaged 12.4 points and 12.4...

CIAA Suspends NCAA Competition For Fall 2020

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In a release from today, the CIAA has confirmed cancellation of all NCAA Competition for Fall 2020. CHARLOTTE...

Sports Network Predicted Outcome: Oklahoma 56, Florida A&M 3

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On the heels of a slow albeit successful start to the 2012 season, the fifth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners are expected to have an easier time...

Morgan President David Wilson Appointed To NCAA Board Of Governors

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

Wiley College Women’s Basketball Team Advances to NAIA Fab Four

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It’s not whether or not they win or lose Monday night against a worthy opponent that counts. For the women’s basketball team at Wiley...

Saint Augustine’s Rashad Ingram Named CIAA Player of the Year

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Shortstop Rashad Ingram (Sr./Savannah, Ga.) of Saint Augustine's College was named 2011 CIAA Baseball Player of the Year Tuesday by the CIAA and the CIAA Baseball Coaches Association.

Former HBCU Standout Kyle O’Quinn Named Magic’s “Most Competitive Player”

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The Orlando Magic’s Kyle O’Quinn, who led the Norfolk State Spartans to a major upset over Mizzou in the second round of the 2012...

Stillman defeats Clark Atlanta for Second Consecutive SIAC Women’s Tennis Title

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ATLANTA, Georgia (April 12, 2014) -- The Lady Tigers of Stillman College defeated the Lady Panthers of Clark Atlanta University 5-3 to win its...

Snoop Dogg’s Football League Sends Player to HBCU

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Snoop Dogg’s Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL) owned national headlines last year when three of its alumni made it to the NFL. What the SYFL...

Tennessee State Player Turns Heads at NFL Combine

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Whether it was the wild hairdo, the muscles in his legs, or the fact that he wore a suit when most other men wear...

Texas Southern Women To Face Baylor in NCAA Women’s Tourney

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Texas Southern Lady Tigers won't have to travel far in the first leg of their first-ever trip to the NCAA Division...

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