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Eagles try to play spoiler against rival
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Bowie State is the lone CIAA and HBCU representative in the NCAA Division II Super Region 2 playoffs. The No. 4-seed Bulldogs host West Alabama Saturday at noon. It’s the second straight year BSU has hosted a playoff game. The team lost to Delta State last season in the first round. “It was a great accomplishment to win the CIAA championship
Falcons, Bears impressive in tourney
Thursday, November 15, 2018
WOMEN N.C. Central (0-3) The Lady Eagles are still seeking their first victory after their third straight double-digit loss, this time to Winthrop, 66-41. Shooting woes continue to plague NCCU, which shot just 29 percent from the field. The Eagles travel to Iowa this weekend before a five-game homestand, beginning with UNC Wilmington on Tuesday at 11
Rutgers’ Stringer nearing 1,000 wins
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
NEW YORK — When C. Vivian Stringer first started coaching 46 years ago, there weren’t many female African-American basketball coaches to turn to for advice. So she looked elsewhere. “Everyone that was helping me was men,” she said in a phone interview with The Associated Press. “Men like John Chaney, John Thompson, Nolan
Hot shooting lifts SAU over East Stroudsburg
Sunday, November 11, 2018
RALEIGH – Saint Augustine’s opened its men’s basketball season in impressive fashion with a 77-65 non-conference victory over nationally-ranked East Stroudsburg at Spaulding Gymnasium on Saturday. The Warriors (0-1 overall) entered the Shaw Basketball Classic ranked 15th in the NABC Coaches preseason poll, but the Falcons relied on
Bears, Falcons go 2-0 in classic
Sunday, November 11, 2018
RALEIGH – St. Augustine’s just made an early statement that it’s going to do just fine without former star Quincy January. The Falcons went 2-0 at the Shaw Classic after defeating Mansfield University 89-74 Sunday at Shaw’s Spaulding Gymnasium. SAU defeated nationally ranked East Stroudsburg 77-65 on Saturday after shooting 55.6
Raleigh says no to CIAA Tournament
Friday, November 9, 2018
The CIAA Tournament has gotten too big for Raleigh. That’s the sentiment of the powers-that-be in their decision not to bid on the tourney after its contract is up in Charlotte in 2020. Scott Dupree, executive director of the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance, issued a statement recently, which The Tribune just received on Wednesday, outlining the
Hoops season kicks off this week
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Basketball season is officially here, and so are tournament tickets. Both the CIAA and MEAC tournament tickets are now on sale. Visit the conferences’ websites or your local HBCU. WOMEN N.C. Central The Lady Eagles kick off the season Nov. 9 at High Point University. Fans will get their first look at the team in a game that counts Nov. 13 at 5:30
Howard outlasts Grambling for SWAC soccer title
Sunday, November 4, 2018
PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas – In a tale of two halves, Howard won its third SWAC Women’s Soccer Tournament, besting Grambling State 1-0 for the title Sunday afternoon at the Prairie View A&M Soccer Complex. This is the third title for coach Brent Leiba’s Lady Bison, and the first since 2015. Howard joins Mississippi Valley State as the only
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Eagles try to play spoiler against rival

Bowie State is the lone CIAA and HBCU representative in the NCAA Division II Super Region 2