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Williams continues stellar track career
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Johnson C. Smith has its on PR marketing machine in alumna Danielle Williams. The former Golden Bulls track star won another gold medal, this time in the 100- meter hurdles at the IAAF World Championships last week. Running for Jamaica, Williams finished in 12.57 seconds. CC can’t wait to see her compete next year in the 2016 Olympics. Tyreece Brown
CIAA coaches on the hot seat
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Are you ready for some football? Dang, skippy! The offseason – although there is no such thing nowadays – has been far too long. Virginia State’s upset of Winston-Salem State in last season’s CIAA championship game has made the conference interesting again. Parity can be good as long as the bar is set high enough. It’s one
Eagles, Falcons meet in season openers
Thursday, September 3, 2015
The HBCU football season kicked off Thursday night with several games, including Winston-Salem State vs. UNC-Pembroke. Game on! N.C. Central vs. St. Augustine’s The Eagles and Falcons meet up in the Sixth Annual Prince Hall Shriners Diabetes Football Classic Saturday at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. Diabetes seminars were held on campus during the
CSU's Sauniís future outlook brighter after internship
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
BALTIMORE, Md. – Whether it’s orchestrating the swirl of fast-paced activity in the center of the court, perfectly setting up one of her powerful hitters, writing a research paper on “The Role of Syndecan-1 Expression in Glucose Metabolism” or dodging the occasional flying mouse, nothing rattles Coppin State senior Chelsee Sauni on
Eagles out to prove last season no fluke
Thursday, August 27, 2015
DURHAM – The theme for North Carolina Central’s football season is “Leave No Doubt.” After last season’s surprising (to some) co-MEAC championship, coach Jerry Mack doesn’t want to share in his second season. He wants the trophy outright. Last year was a momentum-builder for the Eagles in so many areas: a new and younger
Will the South rise again?
Thursday, August 27, 2015
The South Division lost in the CIAA championship game for the first time in 11 seasons, not counting 2013’s cancelled game. Can it regain control? More importantly, can another team besides Winston-Salem State win the division? Winston-Salem State (9-2). Not only were the Rams dethroned by Virginia State in the title game, they also missed the
NCAA forces teams to strengthen schedules
Thursday, August 27, 2015
The days of sissy scheduling in athletics are about to end, especially in football. The NCAA is laying down the law on teams scheduling patsies in early nonconference games to pad their records and inflate player statistics. In an email to athletic directors and sports information directors in all three divisions, Director of Media Coordination David
Volleyball season set to begin
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Laquanda Dawkins has been named Elizabeth City State’s new women’s basketball coach. Dawkins replaces Ron Woodard who coached the women last season on an interim basis. The UNC Chapel Hill alum was an assistant at Tennessee Tech last season. Dawkins played for the Tar Heels from 1995-99 and helped them win three ACC championships. “Coach
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