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NSUs Haley Ward, Dunning Lead VA Legends to USSSA Title

Rising sophomore Haley Ward and incoming freshman Heather Dunning of the Norfolk State softball team recently led their VA Legends team to the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA)...

UMES Hawks Show No Mercy in Win Over Mavericks

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - Four University of Maryland Eastern Shore men's basketball players tallied double figures in the Hawks 95-69 win over Mercy College Saturday. Ishaq Pitt...

LeMoyne-Owen Magicians Run Over Fort Valley State Wildcats, 71-46

The Magicians defeated the Fort Valley State Wildcats in basketball action, Saturday afternoon in Bruce Hall 71-46. In the first half, the Magicians jumped out on the Wildcats...

Alabama State hopes to avenge 2010 loss as they host Alcorn State

MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama State opens October at home when the Hornets host Alcorn State Saturday night at 7 p.m. at Cramton Bowl. "I think these guys have...

History Maker: 1st Female NFL Referee from the MEAC

Ms. Shannon Eastin, a referee from the HBCU’s MEAC, is making history as the first female to referee in an NFL game when she serves as line...

Golden Rams Win Streak Ends With Loss To Georgia College

ALBANY, Ga.- The Albany State baseball team saw its three-game win streak end after its loss to Georgia College. ASU dropped a 10-5 decision to the Bobcats...

Buzzing News: 5 things to know on Monday

1. President Barack Obama seeks support for military intervention in Syria POTUS Barack Obama is trying to persuade Congress and the American public to support military strikes on...

Johnson C. Smith Woman’s Track & Field Team Brings Home 2011 Outdoor Championship

The women's team jumped out the gate with 24 points in the 100m dash alone.

Texas Southern Shocks No. 25 Michigan State In Overtime

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Chris Thomas scored 22 points, and unheralded Texas Southern beat 25th-ranked Michigan State, outlasting the Spartans 71-64 in overtime Saturday. The Tigers (2-8) were...

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

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

Alabama State Wins 2011 SWAC Men’s Basketball Championship

Alabama State defeated Grambling State 65-48 at the Special Events Center in the 2011 Farmers Insurance Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament Championship.

Grambling Beats Prairie View A&M in State Fair Classic

DALLAS – The Traveling Trophy remains home as the Grambling State University football team put together an overwhelming first-half offensive exhibition as the Tigers rolled to a...

Former NCAT Star Tony McRae Signs With Cincinnati Bengals

Former N.C. A&T standout Tony McRae has been picked up by the Cincinnati Bengals. He is expected to get some playing time earlier on this season, per...

Xavier University Player Recieves Honors

Junior Point Guard Morris Wright of Xavier University, was named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Player of the week, for the third time this year, after top notch...

Three SIAC Basketball Standouts Receive Daktronics All-South Region Honors

The 2011-2012 Daktronics Men’s and Women’s Basketball All-South Region Teams were recently announced with three players from the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) receiving honors. Benedict College...

FAMU Rattlers Losing Streak Continues, Defense ‘Stood Up Strong’

The FAMU Rattlers, 0-4, couldn’t stop the hot offensive play in the second half by the TSU Tigers on Saturday.  The Rattlers let a 14-7 lead going into...

Four Bison Selected To The 2019 Black College Football Player Of The Year Award...

The Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) revealed its 2019 Watch List for the Black College Football Player of...

Prairie View A&M’s Comeback Falls Short to Southern

BATON ROUGE, La. — The Prairie View A&M University football team lost a 37-31 contest at Southern Saturday at A.W. Mumford Stadium. Neiko Hollins passed for 242 yards...

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