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Jackson State Wins First Ever SWAC Softball Championship

  Jackson State (JSU) won its first ever SWAC softball championship on Sunday, May 8. The Lady Tigers defeated Mississippi Valley State (MVSU) 6-2 at Shea Brothers...

Morehouse Wins 6th Straight, Albany State Takes Women’s Title SIAC Track & Field Championship

Atlanta, GA—Morehouse College continued their dominance on Saturday as they won their sixth straight SIAC track & field championship on their home turf at Edwin Moses Track,...

Saint Paul’s College Shuts Down The Athletic Department

The Saint Paul’s College board of trustees has voted to discontinue the school’s entire athletics program, the college announced Monday. The decision, which takes effect July 1, is intended to help alleviate Saint Paul’s ongoing financial struggles.

Football Standout from PVAM, Accepted Into Medical School

Prairie View A&M senior football standout Max Sencherey will trade his playbook in for a stethoscope as he was accepted to attend medical school at Oklahoma State University. A native...

Kenrick Ellis of Hampton University Picked in the 3rd round in the NFL Draft...

Senior defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (West Palm Beach, Fla.) was selected 94th overall

Ben Wallace of Detroit Pistons, Lifts up HBCU’s in Conversation

Ben Wallace of Detroit Pistons, says Handle Your Business on the Court.

Bethune Cookman University Mourns Passing of Former Golf Coach Gary Freeman

Former BCU Golf Head Coach Dr. Gary Freeman passed away Tuesday morning. He was 78.

Three Delaware State University Alumni Inducted into Del. Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame

Three alumni of DSU were inductee class of the Delaware Afro-America Sports Hall of Fame

Pirates (Hampton University) bulk up with three basketball signees

Ed Joyner's 2011 recruiting class at Hampton University is proof it pays to be persistent — and that it helps to be a little lucky.

Alabama State University Women’s Golf Team Wins SWAC Championship

The Alabama State women's golf team will play in its first ever NCAA Tournament

Saint Augustine’s Falcons Take Home 14th Straight CIAA Men’s Outdoor Track Championship

14th consecutive season, & 28th time in the last 29 years, CIAA Men’s Track & Field Championship

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.

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

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.

The CAU Center Dominates The SIAC Tennis Championships

(SIAC) Tennis Championships were decided today as the Lady Panthers of Clark Atlanta University defeated the Lady Wildcats of Fort Valley State University to claim the women’s title and the men’s title was won by the Maroon Tigers of Morehouse College who defeated the Tigers of Stillman College.

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

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

Aggies’ 4×1 Teams Win at F&F Games NCA&T

The team showed a lot of mental toughness today," said N.C. A&T associate head coach James Daniels.

Bowie State University News State of Athletics April

As we near the close of the Spring Semester, our Spring Sports are preparing to compete in the CIAA Spring Championships.