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St. Aug’s adds 7 to staff
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Danielle Williams will soon need to rent a truck to hold all her awards. The former Johnson C. Smith track star was recently named a Division II regional scholar-athlete honoree. Williams is now eligible for the national award, which will be announced in September. Fayetteville State has promoted Jacqlyn Stickley as its new head softball coach. Stickley
Rams looking to continue dominance
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Winston-Salem State is seeking its third CIAA championship in four years and a fourth NCAA playoff appearance. With a new name at the helm, does the rest of the league have a chance? The Rams don’t expect to miss a beat after the departure of former head coach Connell Maynor. Defensive coordinator Kienus Boulware has been a coach-in-the-waiting for
Eagles seek ‘a season of change’
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
DURHAM – New coach Jerry Mack isn’t the only major adjustment for N.C. Central’s upcoming football season. Gone is quarterback Jordan Reid, who ended his college career with the school’s best completion percentage (55.9), and linebacker Tazmon Foster, who set a single-season record in tackles with 144. But Mack says change is good.
Little League star challenges MLB pitcher to ‘pitch-off’
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Thirteen-year-old Mo’ne Davis has pitched her way to notoriety after throwing a complete game shutout to send her team, the Taney Dragons, to the Little League Baseball World Series. Mo’ne, believed to be the first African-American girl (and the 18th girl) to play in the LLBWS, challenged Major League pitcher Clayton Kershaw, considered the
Durham AAU team wins title
Thursday, August 14, 2014
DURHAM – The Durham Bullz All-Starz brought home the gold after winning the National Basketball Travel Association Championship. The two teams of sixth and eighth graders were among 300 teams to participate in the annual NTBA tournament last month in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. After four days of pool play, the All-Starz won the single-elimination
SID jobs are filling up in C-I
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Lincoln University men’s basketball coach John Hill has been appointed to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Atlantic Regional Advisory Committee. Hill, along with Bowie State coach Darryl Brooks, will represent the CIAA. The committee evaluates for teams for postseason play and selects regional sites. Elizabeth City State baseball coach
Questions abound in CIAA season
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Connell Maynor is gone. Did he take Winston-Salem State’s dominance with him? Was Virginia State’s run a fluke, or has second-year coach Latrell Scott turned the program around? And can the Trojans live down “the fight”? Those are just some of the questions posed for the upcoming CIAA football season. Maynor’s departure only
CIAA North out to break title streak
Thursday, August 14, 2014
The “luncheon fight” saga is over, and the CIAA football championship game is back in Durham. The Northern Division has lost the past 11 title games – not counting last season’s cancellation, of course. Can they break the streak? • Virginia State. The Trojans are arguably the second-best team heading into the new season. Under
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St. Aug’s adds 7 to staff

Danielle Williams will soon need to rent a truck to hold all her awards. The former Johnson C.