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Bethune rallies past NCCU
Saturday, October 3, 2015
DURHAM – The streak continues for Bethune-Cookman against North Carolina Central. The Wildcats rallied from a 26-7 third-quarter deficit to win 28-26 for their sixth straight win over the Eagles. NCCU has not defeated B-CU since it returned to the MEAC. Bethune freshman cornerback Elliott Miller blocked a potential 18-yard game-winning field goal
Weak scheduling hurting CIAA football
Thursday, October 1, 2015
To underscore just what type of season it’s been so far for CIAA football, Winston-Salem State started the season 0-3 – all to nonconference teams – yet Elizabeth City State still couldn’t find a way to beat the Rams last weekend. If ever there was a time to pounce on WSSU while it’s “down,” this was it. On paper,
Struggling NCCU takes on Bethune-Cookman
Thursday, October 1, 2015
N.C. Central (1-2) vs. Bethune-Cookman( 3-1, 1-0 MEAC) The Eagles kick off their conference season in a big matchup against co-champion Bethune Saturday at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN3 and tape-delayed on ESPNU. NCCU had a bye week last week that was sorely needed after the season-ending injuries to starters
St. Aug's Morand fired
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Virginia Union senior Taylor Hamilton is the national RBI leader for the 2015 softball season. The NCAA made her statistics official last week and presented her with a championship trophy. WOMEN N.C. Central Fresh off their second win of the season against N.C. A&T, the Eagles are back on the court this weekend when South Carolina State comes to town
Ex-NFL star provides homes for single parents
Monday, September 28, 2015
When a New Orleans gunman shot and killed Baton Rouge Cpl. Betty Smothers, who was escorting a grocery manager in her cruiser to make a night deposit Jan. 7, 1993, it was not the first time the mother of former NFL star Warrick Dunn had met her killer. Six years earlier, Smothers caught her future assassin, Kevan Brumfield, shoplifting but she let him go -
NCCU ends volleyball streak
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Basketball season is here – almost. The CIAA Media Day is Oct. 1 in Charlotte. The way the football season is going for most teams, b-ball can’t come soon enough! WOMEN N.C. Central The streak is over! The volleyball team defeated Norfolk State in five sets last weekend to end its 14-game losing streak. NCCU had a season-high nine blocks as
Falcons, Bears look for first win
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Another weekend. Another 0-3 record for Triangle HBCUs. Which team will break the streak? N.C. Central (1-2) – bye week The Eagles lost more than just a 39-14 game to Florida International. Junior All-American Mike Jones and wide receiver Khalil Stinson both suffered season-ending injuries. Jones fractured an ankle in the first quarter, while
DBL teaches more than just roundball
Thursday, September 24, 2015
DURHAM – A summer basketball league calls to mind the squeaking of sneakers, the sound of the whistle blow and the swish of the ball going through the net. But for participants in Campaign 4 Change’s summer league, it meant much more. Don’s Basketball League provides a 12-week summer basketball league from June through August at no cost
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