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NCCU softball adds 8 recruits
Friday, December 2, 2016
WOMEN N.C. Central New softball coach Vashion Johnson recently signed eight recruits to a National Letter of Intent for the 2017-18 season. “Our signing class brings an aggressive style of base running to our program,” Johnson said. “Each recruit has played for coaches that focus on pushing the envelope and putting pressure on the
 
SAUís Gaskins hot streak continues
Friday, December 2, 2016
Former Johnson C. Smith guard Diondre Pratt signed this week with Al-Safa of Safwa in Saudi Arabia. Pratt averaged 17 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in his senior season. Virginia Union women keep moving up the charts. The Panthers are 5-0 and ranked No. 6 in the latest Women’s Basketball Coaches Association poll. Chowan women are also ranked and
 
JV basketball: Garner rallies past Millbrook
Thursday, December 1, 2016
DURHAM – Christopher Davis is as surprised as anyone to be back coaching the Millbrook’s junior varsity boys team. Davis coached JV from 2001-13 before getting promoted to associate varsity head coach under Scott McInnis. Davis, who has 19 years of coaching experience, led Millbrook JV to nine conference championships. His assistant during
 
Eagles score 4th straight win
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
COLUMBIA, Mo. – North Carolina Central closed out November with a wire-to-wire win Monday over Missouri 62-52, the Eagles’ first over an SEC opponent in the program’s history. The Eagles have now won four straight. Pablo Rivas (left) shot 100 percent from the floor for the second time this season, as he went 6-for-6 for 16 points and six
 
NCCU's Mack named coach of the year
Monday, November 28, 2016
North Carolina Central coach Jerry Mack, who is the first Eagles coach to win 24 games in three seasons, was named the MEAC coach of the year Monday. Mack has led NCCU to a conference championship in all three years: the first two as co-champion and an outright title this year after defeating N.C. A&T on Nov. 19. The Eagles are headed to the Air Force
 
Aggies see season come to an end
Saturday, November 26, 2016
RICHMOND, Va. – Both No. 17 North Carolina A&T and No. 12 Richmond entered the first round of the NCAA FCS playoffs with a disappointing loss the prior week. But considering each team had two very different goals at the outset of the 2016 season, it seemed as if Richmond had the easier adjustment as it advanced to the round of 16 with a 39-10 win
 
Crowd-pleasing game-day grilling
Saturday, November 26, 2016
For millions of football fans, the grill is as important as the gridiron when enjoying a weekend of games. There’s nothing like team spirit, the anticipation of kickoff and the smell of a delicious pregame tailgate wafting through the stadium parking lot. National barbecue expert Rocky Stubblefield of Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q offers tips and
 
NCCUís Cole living up to hype
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Three CIAA women’s teams are in the top 10 of the latest Atlantic Region rankings: Virginia Union is No. 2; Chowan is No. 5; and Johnson C. Smith is No. 10. WOMEN N.C. Central (1-3) After garnering their first win of the season over Johnson & Wales, the Eagles shot a dismal 23.4 percent in a 61-30 loss to Campbell Tuesday. NCCU travels to Old
 
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Duke names Vincent Price its 10th president

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Charles Jenkins hosts Christmas special

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Science camp receives support from Duke Energy

DURHAM – A $5,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation will help get more kids outdoors