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JCSU's Williams shines at World Games
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Former Johnson C. Smith track star Danielle Williams continues to have an amazing career. Williams won gold in the women’s 100-meter hurdles at the World Games in South Korea. You go, girl! Former Winston-Salem State baseball player Connor Andrus (left) made his pro debut last weekend. Andrus is playing for the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the American
Hornets making a name in summer league
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Former Delaware State players Kendall Gray and Amere May are showcasing their skills in the NBA Summer League. Gray is playing with the Detroit Pistons’ summer team, while May is with the Chicago Bulls’. The duo led the Hornets to the MEAC Tournament final before losing to Hampton. Gray earned double honors last season as the MEAC player of
ASU’s Melendez named to USA Baseball
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Alabama State baseball coach Mervyl Melendez has been selected to the USA Baseball 17U National Team Development Program staff. The program, held Aug. 16-21 in Orange, California, will train and develop 40 athletes. “I am honored to have the opportunity to mentor and work with many talented young players during this training,” Melendez said.
NCAA’s newest championship sport is…
Thursday, July 16, 2015
The NCAA’s 90th championship will be called beach volleyball. The committee that oversees the sport made the decision last month after thoroughly discussing what the sport should be known as during a conference call. The decision also gives the committee a name: the NCAA Beach Volleyball Committee. The inaugural championship will take place next
New summer league coming to Raleigh
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Raleigh soon will be getting another summer basketball league. This one, however, is not for grown-ups. The DONS Basketball League is expanding into the City of Oaks next summer with 10 teams for approximately 150 youth. The DBL has been very successful in Durham over the past three years under founder and commissioner Otis “Vegas Don” Lyons.
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