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Spring ball begins in Aggieland
Friday, March 27, 2015
GREENSBORO – North Carolina A&T head football coach Rod Broadway used the snowy winter months to stay inside and study the 2014 season. As he studied film after film of his team winning nine games and a share of the MEAC title, there were some disturbing things that stood out. Now that the snow is gone and the sun is perched high, it is time for
Bowie women take bowling title
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Bowie State women won their fifth CIAA bowling championship in school history. The Bulldogs defeated Virginia State 4-1. Ambrianna Bankston and Shayla Lightfoot were named co-MVPs. “When we play Virginia State, it is always a battle,” BSU coach Kenneth Scott said. “We bring our A game, and they bring their A game. It’s a matter of
Coach’s hoop dreams fueled by his passion
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Marc Mitchell, head coach of the reigning Division III women’s basketball national champions, says his vision has been to take whatever program he coaches to the next level. Today, it is the first women’s basketball program in New Jersey to win an NCAA title and fell just short last week in the national tournament of making it back-to-back
Charlotte completes sweep of Raleigh
Thursday, March 26, 2015
RALEIGH – For the second time in three weeks, two first-year Tobacco Road Basketball League teams met in a game that would have playoff seeding implications. The Raleigh Revolt lost a two-point contest to the Charlotte Elite in Concord last month. This time the game was played on the Revolt's home court on Shaw’s campus. Raleigh started the
Collins, Moton nominated for another DI award
Thursday, March 26, 2015
The accolades keep coming for Maryland Eastern Shore basketball coach Bobby Collins and North Carolina Central coach LeVelle Moton. CollegeInsider.com named both Hugh Durham Award finalists. Collins led the Hawks to their best men’s basketball season in 41 years. He also is among the finalists for the Ben Jobe Award, given to the nation’s top
The death of an icon
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
DURHAM – T.C. Marshall feels the clock ticking down on the old guard. Russell E. Blunt. Carl “Bear” Easterling. William D. Peerman. Nelson Higgins. Herman Riddick Willie Bradshaw. An era of Durham excellence in sports and life that will never be duplicated is slowly ebbing away, as one legend after another passes away. Bradshaw, a
Hampton still standing
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Shaw University is seeking a new men’s basketball coach for the first time in eight years. Cleo Hill Jr.’s contract was not renewed. Hill finished with a 116-67 career record at Shaw, including the 2011 CIAA championship. But the Bears never returned to the title game. Shaw received an at-large berth to the Division II playoffs in 2012 –
Coaching carousel begins
Thursday, March 19, 2015
And here I was all ready to feel sorry for Cleo Hill Jr. Just a few weeks ago, coach and I were conversing at the CIAA tournament about his plans for next season, and now he’s gone. But, according to sources, he was oh-so-happy to be getting out of Dodge. It’s not easy being a coach at a small private HBCU these days – even if
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NCCU School of Law hosts Houston event

DURHAM —The North Carolina Central School of Law will host its annual Charles Hamilton

Spring ball begins in Aggieland

GREENSBORO – North Carolina A&T head football coach Rod Broadway used the snowy winter

Beyond survival: life after rape

WASHINGTON – “On May 15, 1995, two men ran up behind me as I approached my apartment