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Lincoln High’s Atwater inducted into hall of fame
Friday, April 27, 2018
James Atwater Jr. is a man a few words. When asked how he felt upon learning that he was being inducted into the Chapel Hill/Lincoln High School 2018 Hall of Fame, Atwater said, “felt good.” Atwater attended the all-black Lincoln High School in the 1950s. He was a fullback on the high school football team that went undefeated in 1957 and
St. Aug’s student-athletes honored at athletic banquet
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
RALEIGH – Saint Augustine’s student-athletes were recognized for their achievements in their respective sport and in the classroom during the university’s annual athletic banquet Monday evening. CIAA Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams was the guest speaker. Two-sport standout senior Shakera Hall won the most awards (5). She was named most
Triangle HBCUs come up big in spring sports
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Most of the HBCU spring sports season came to a close last weekend. Livingstone College went unbeaten for the season after grabbing the men’s golf championship. The Blue Bears posted a two-round score of 635 in the tournament. WOMEN N.C. Central Junior sprinter Bethany White is on a hot roll. White edged out East Carolina’s Courtney Warner
BOOK: Athletes, former and current, discuss black activism
Thursday, April 19, 2018
WE MATTER: Athletes and Activism By Etan Thomas Akashic Book Publishing, $16.95 A former NBA player and current activist and MSNBC commentator returns with a collection of dozens of interviews on the subject of race in America – all supporting the efforts of athletes to speak out and up. Thomas, who has published a volume of poetry and a memoir,
Taking men to the mat
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
BAKERSVILLE, N.C. – Megan Zelasky is a wrestler. At 113 pounds, the 16-year-old is slim, quick and athletic. On the mat in her navy blue wrestling singlet, she is tough and focused. She is also a girl, which means she usually wrestles boys. At most meets, she’s the only girl in headgear, but things were different at the Women’s Open
Sweets for the Sweet
Friday, April 13, 2018
WOMEN N.C. Central Sophomore third baseman Ava Dolan was named the MEAC softball player of the week after batting .636 in four games last week, including road wins at Campbell and Bethune-Cookman. Dolan knocked out three home runs and amassed five RBIs and five runs scored. The Las Vegas native has an 11-game hit streak and 12 multiple-hit games. NCCU
Professor’s research rejects stereotypes of black women athletes
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Tomika Ferguson recalls the words that were the genesis of her ongoing research on women of color in college athletics. As an elite student-athlete, she was once described as a “workhorse” with “natural athletic ability.” Ferguson, an assistant professor in the department of educational leadership at Virginia Commonwealth
Shaw aspires to be FSU's next great golfer
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Fayetteville State has had a storied golf program since its inception in 1970. In the 47 years of sponsorship, the Broncos have won 26 CIAA Championships and six PGA National Minority DII Championships. FSU has participated in seven NCAA Super Regionals and one national championship. A multitude of prodigious golfers has laid the way in building the legacy
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