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JV Football: Wildcats rally for win over Northern
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
DURHAM – Millbrook quarterback Kenneth McRae (left) came off the bench to rally the Wildcats to a thrilling 27-22 comeback win over Northern Sept. 11 in junior varsity action. With the Knights up 22-14 with 8:45 left in the game, McRae, subbing for an injured Noah Connell, led the Wildcats on a 6-play 48-yard drive that he finished with an 18-yard
 
Cohen, Aggies defense lead A&T past Elon
Sunday, September 14, 2014
ELON – North Carolina A&T running back Tarik Cohen fancies himself as a player who can do multiple things on a football field. He even suggested that at some point this season he may he even kick a field goal. For now, the Aggies will live with what Cohen gave them in the Aggies 17-12 win over Elon Saturday night at Rhodes Stadium. Cohen rushed
 
NCCU baseball adds to staff
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Former CIAA commissioner Clinton R. “Bob” Morman Jr. passed away on Sunday at his home. Mr. Morman was the conference’s first full-time commissioner and served from 1976-89. A public memorial service is Sept. 13 at the Hampton University Chapel. “His legacy in leading the CIAA and his passion for student-athletes will always be
 
St. Aug's coach refutes charges
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Thirteen turned out to be an unlucky number for Michael Costa after all. Actually, make that 12-1/2 since Costa, St. Augustine’s former football coach, didn’t make it to the full 13th season. The university fired Costa Monday for what Athletics Director George Williams claim was a continual disrespect to the administration. Sent packing along
 
Chowan opens new football center
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Chowan’s Pond Football Center officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 5. The state-of-the-art 10,000-square-foot building is 100 percent paid off through alumni, special donors and the fundraising efforts of the athletic department. Upstairs are fully furnished office spaces for the football and administrative staff. The bottom level
 
St. Aug's releases Costa
Monday, September 8, 2014
RALEIGH, N.C. – St. Aug’s fired football coach Michael Costa Monday. Also terminated was defensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator Tremayne Henry. Costa was in his 13th season as head coach with a 39-63 record after Saturday’s 41-19 loss to Indiana (Pa.) “We appreciate what Coach Costa has done for the team and Saint
 
Atlanta Hawks owner to sell team
Monday, September 8, 2014
Can you believe that the Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson may have gotten caught sending an email filled with language even more racist than what Donald Sterling got kicked out of the NBA for? Levenson announced he’s selling the team after admitting he sent an email so racist that it would make Sterling smile. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, who
 
Coastal Carolina holds off A&T
Sunday, September 7, 2014
GREENSBORO – Two special teams plays in the fourth quarter are what stood between North Carolina A&T and its upset win over No. 5 Coastal Carolina at Aggie Stadium Saturday night. The special teams errors happened on back-to-back plays in the 31-30 Chanticleers win. A&T (1-1), which had lost each of its previous four matchups against Coastal
 
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