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FSU coach steps down
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
There’s been a change in Fayetteville State women’s basketball. Coach Eva Patterson-Heath announced her “retirement” Monday. Of course, Patterson-Heath hasn’t coached the past few games, and, of course, no one in FSU athletics said a word. Guess they thought no one would notice the head coach was absent. We were never a fan of
Big change brings out big egos at Shaw
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Data is the only thing that separates advocacy from zealotry, and at Shaw University, the numbers are telling a much different story from a narrative being sold by a group of tradition-addled alumni and dissatisfied supporters to discredit the school and its new administration. Last week, Shaw Band Director Charles Brown publicly demanded an apology from
Tuskegee makes history with playoff win
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
The third time is the charm. For two consecutive years, Tuskegee has been on the cusp of making history by winning its first round playoff game, only to fall short by a couple of plays in both games. After months of preparation through the spring and summer, the Golden Tigers made their dream a reality as they defeated third-seeded Catawba College 26-16.
It's a ‘Celebration’ in Aggieland
Monday, November 23, 2015
GREENSBORO – For the first time in 12 years, North Carolina A&T will participate in postseason play. The Aggies, co-champions of the MEAC, will represent the conference in the inaugural Celebration Bowl Dec. 5 in Atlanta. The game will feature the MEAC champion against the Southwestern Athletic Conference champion to be aired live on ABC.
NCCU beats N.C. A&T for share of MEAC title
Saturday, November 21, 2015
GREENSBORO – With the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular-season title on the line, North Carolina Central knocked off nationally-ranked rival North Carolina A&T to earn a share of the conference championship for the second straight year. The Eagles beat the Aggies 21-16 for their seventh win in a row. In front of a near-capacity crowd of
St. Aug’s and Shaw freshmen sweep top volleyball honors
Friday, November 20, 2015
RALEIGH – St. Augustine’s freshman Zoey Isom and Shaw freshman Kelly Murphy were named CIAA Volleyball Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year, respectively. Isom was a force in her first season. She finished the season as the conference leader in digs (457) and digs per set (5.13) after leading in both categories most of the year. “I
SAU men off to fast start
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Fayetteville State alumnus Tyrrel Tate has signed a contract with the Moncton Miracles of the NBL Canada. Tate will join the training camp in December. “What makes Tyrrel stand out is his diversity as a perimeter player,” Moncton coach Serge Langis said. “He can easily play and defend the 2-3 position for us. He’s also a player of
Chowan joins conference
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Chowan has been accepted as an associate member in Conference Carolinas. The Hawks will compete in women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s lacrosse effective Jan. 2017. No, they are not leaving the CIAA. The conference doesn’t sponsor any of these sports. “Chowan’s athletic programs
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