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Eagles defense lives up to hype
Friday, October 6, 2017
I certainly hope there aren’t many North Carolina Central football fans with weak hearts. If the Eagles keeping winning the way they have the past two weeks, everybody is going to need some emergency room care. What coach Jerry Mack prognosticated at the beginning of the season has come true. The defense has been better than the offense, and the unit
N.C. A&T mourns the loss of a coaching legend
Thursday, October 5, 2017
GREENSBORO – The North Carolina A&T State University family mourns the passing of football coaching legend Hornsby Howell Sr. Howell died at the age of 90 on Oct. 3. He was a nationally known athletic administrator who began his career as a football trainer before working his way up to head football and athletics director. Howell led the football
NSU bowlers look to aid Puerto Rico
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk State bowlers Alexa Rodriguez and Heizel Quinones recall the same characteristic when describing their hometowns in Puerto Rico: close-knit communities. Now, in the wake of Hurricane Maria, the duo is discovering firsthand how close-knit the Spartans community can be. The two bowlers grew up on the northern side of the island,
B-CUs Williams heads overseas
Monday, October 2, 2017
The BCF Elfic Friboug Basket in Switzerland has signed former Bethune-Cookman standout Kailyn Williams to a professional contract. Williams was a two-time MEAC defensive player of the year and Boxtorow All-American. She averaged 9.2 points and 8.3 rebounds a game, and led the nation ins blocked shots (123) to help the Wildcats repeat as regular-season
Not many surprises in CIAA's first three weeks
Friday, September 22, 2017
The CIAA’s nonconference season is over, and few surprises have arisen three games into the year. The North is what we thought it was. Virginia State and Bowie State are the only unbeaten teams left. The Bulldogs got the monkey off their backs with a whuppin’ on Winston-Salem State two weeks ago. But the win did more for Bowie’s peace
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