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WSSU wins on last-second FG
Saturday, November 14, 2015
DURHAM – Winston-Salem State kicker Will Johnson kicked a 23-yard field goal with 2 seconds left to allow the Rams to complete a comeback and take a 17-14 win over Bowie State in a hotly-contested CIAA Championship Game before 4,557 fans at Durham County Stadium. It is the third CIAA title for the Rams (6-5) in the past five years and the first under
Powell, Jacques, Hahula earn CIAA POTY honors
Thursday, November 12, 2015
CHARLOTTE – Livingstone senior quarterback Drew Powell was named the CIAA Offensive Player of the Year Thursday. He finished the 2015 season with 1,786 passing yards with 14 touchdowns. With a completion percentage of 58.9 percent, Powell completed 149 of 253 passes. On the ground, he rushed 139 times for 561 yards and eight TDs. Johnson C. Smith
Holland, High voted top rookies
Thursday, November 12, 2015
CHARLOTTE - Virginia Union running back Hakeem Holland is the 2015 CIAA Offensive Rookie of the Year. Holland is No. 2 in the conference in rushing touchdowns with 10. He averaged 101.2 yards a game and is the leading rusher for the Panthers. Bowie State defensive backl DeVonta’ High was named the CIAA Defensive Rookie of the Year. He played in nine
VB ends, basketball begins
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Chowan ain’t messing around. The Hawks have added men’s lacrosse to its athletic program and have hired Jim Griffin as coach. Say it ain’t so. Basketball begins this weekend. Keep up with the latest scores and news on our Triangle HBCUs on CC’s blog. WOMEN N.C. Central The Eagles MEAC volleyball season ended Sunday with a 3-1
Wave goodbye to Waverly Tillar
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Man, I’m going to miss those jokes. Waverly Tillar, every reporter’s dream soundbite, got the dreaded pink slip Tuesday from Athletics Director Derrick Johnson. Elizabeth City State finished 4-5 – its third-straight losing record – and fifth in the CIAA North, just ahead of Lincoln. The Vikings never won a CIAA football
Bulldogs, Rams go for title
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Bowie State and Winston-Salem State will do battle Saturday for CIAA supremacy in the football championship game. The Bulldogs defeated Elizabeth City State, and the Rams knocked off Fayetteville State in their regular-season finales. WSSU is a veteran in the title game, having advanced to the past three and winning two (excluding 2013’s cancelled
Lifting veterans' spirits through racquetball
Thursday, November 12, 2015
RALEIGH – A nonprofit organization that provides adaptive racquetball sporting events to wounded warriors, disabled veterans and their families has received the endorsement of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Grand Basileus Antonio F. Knox wrote a personal letter to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to endorse the Military Racquetball Federation in
Eagles looking to three-peat
Friday, November 6, 2015
The HBCU basketball season begins next weekend for area teams. Livingstone men will be seeking their third consecutive CIAA title, while the Eagles will try to keep their MEAC unbeaten streak going. The Tribune previews the Triangle’s three teams. N.C. Central What to do for an encore, and an encore and an encore? That’s the dilemma the
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