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Southernís Jamaal Martin earns highest GPA
Thursday, December 18, 2014
When Southern University defensive back Jamaal Ali Martin decided to be the best he could be academically, he never had a vision of being anything other than a very good college student. “It was solely to prove everybody who doubted me, or counted me out, wrong,” Martin said. “Now I can say ‘I told you so.’” Martin can
 
Whirlwind of coaching moves
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Kermit Blount never had a chance. Six years ago, Blount got the shock of his life when then Winston-Salem State Athletics Director Bill Hayes fired him as football coach. Blount had coached at his alma mater for 16 years, racking up two CIAA championships along the way, and becoming the school’s all-time winningest coach. When the Rams decided to
 
Livingstone women stay unbeaten
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Winston-Salem State men (6-1) have moved up to No. 3 in the latest Atlantic Region Poll. The Rams trail No. 1 West Liberty and No. 2 Glenville State. Virginia Union senior forward Ashle Freeman became just the third women’s player to score more than 1,500 points in a Monday night loss to District of Columbia. Freeman had 26 points in the game. And
 
Latrell Scott named new Norfolk State football coach
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
NORFOLK, Va. — Norfolk State University Interim President and CEO Eddie N. Moore Jr. and Director of Athletics Marty L. Miller announced the hiring of Latrell Scott as the Spartans’ new head football coach on Tuesday morning. Scott becomes the 17th head coach in NSU football history. He replaces Pete Adrian, who retired in November following 10
 
Texas A&M alumnae makes swimming history
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Alia Atkinson stunned the swimming world by becoming the first black woman (and Texas A&M alumnus) to win a world title in swimming. Atkinson won the 100-meter breaststroke at the 2014 FINA World Short Course Championships last weekend. Representing Jamaica, Atkinson matched the world record of 1 minute, 2.36 seconds to edge 2012 Olympic Champion Rita
 
VSUís Scott draws interest
Thursday, December 11, 2014
The CIAA has a new licensing agency. The conference recently signed a three-year agreement with Strategic Marketing Affiliates to license its 100-year-old brand so every Joe Smoe can’t use the conference’s name without its permission. So what took so long? Bowie State has a new director of athletics. Clyde Doughty Jr., a 32-year veteran at New
 
Wildcats hang on against Mustangs
Thursday, December 11, 2014
RALEIGH – Millbrook junior varsity boys rebounded from their first loss of the season against Apex with a hard-fought 67-59 Monday night win over Middle Creek. Sophomore forward Chase Fowler led all scorers with 15 points – 13 in the first half. Fowler helped the Wildcats to a 36-27 halftime lead. But the Mustangs galloped back to pull to
 
Shawís Warner makes early statement
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Livingstone women are off to their best start in quite some time. New coach Anita Howard has the Blue Bears undefeated at 7-0, the only unbeaten CIAA team left. WOMEN Shaw (5-3) The four-time CIAA champions won their second straight game with an early 75-67 win over Wingate Tuesday at 11 a.m. Senior center Verdine Warner led four players in double
 
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Southernís Jamaal Martin earns highest GPA

When Southern University defensive back Jamaal Ali Martin decided to be the best he could be

Whirlwind of coaching moves

Kermit Blount never had a chance. Six years ago, Blount got the shock of his life when then

Livingstone women stay unbeaten

Winston-Salem State men (6-1) have moved up to No. 3 in the latest Atlantic Region Poll. The