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NCCU rallies for 8th straight win
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
HAMPTON, Va. – Anthony McDonald (left) scored a team-high 17 points, all in the second half, as N.C. Central overcame a 12-point second-half deficit to capture a 59-52 road win at Hampton. NCCU (14-5, 6-0 MEAC) remains the only unbeaten team in conference play and extends its win streak to eight games. It was a tale of two halves. Hampton (8-10, 4-2
Livingstone women put record on the line against Shaw
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Virginia Union senior Ashle Freeman is now the school’s all-time scoring leader after scoring 22 points in a win over St. Augustine’s Monday night. Freeman moved past Marquietta Randolph with 1,569 points. Teammate Lady Walker tied the school record with seven blocks, something that hadn’t been done since 2007. Fayetteville State senior
Wanted: employees in NCCU sports information
Thursday, January 15, 2015
N.C. Central And another one bites the dust. Well, Andrea Wheeler hasn’t really bitten the dust, but she has moved on. Andrea was an assistant sports information director for women’s basketball and other nonrevenue-producing sports. She is now a Wildcat at Bethune-Cookman under Bryan Harvey who learned the tricks of his trade under Kyle Serba.
JCSU needs FB coach; NSU's Scott hires staff
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Johnson C. Smith needs a new football coach. Head coach Steven B. Aycock abruptly resigned this week after five seasons as head coach (23-28) and 10 years with the team overall. “It was a very difficult decision for me to make,” Aycock said. “For the last 10 years, I have devoted my life to the football program as assistant coach and
Barkley and Ditka: out of bounds
Thursday, January 15, 2015
In the middle of turmoil between police officers and unarmed African-Americans is the need for ex-pros Charles Barkley and Mike Ditka to be towed into the 21st century. Ditka and Barkley came from poor, hard-working families. Dikta, born Michael Dyczko to an Ukrainian family in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, excelled in football to escape working in the
2 trailblazers in women's sports
Friday, January 9, 2015
While many of us will be performing acts of service during the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday weekend, some will be watching others serve court at the SJG 2015 MLK Classic. The creators of the Pro-Am summer league, which was cancelled this past summer, sponsor the two-day basketball tournament. The signature MLK Classic is set for Jan. 17 and 19 at Durham
St. Aug’s names court after Heartley
Thursday, January 8, 2015
RALEIGH – Saint Augustine's named the basketball and volleyball court at Emery Gymnasium after legendary athletic director and head men's basketball coach Harvey D. Heartley Sr. in an unveiling ceremony Thursday. The event was held prior to the men's and women's basketball doubleheader between the Falcons and Bowie State. The speakers at the ceremony
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St. Aug's stifles Shaw for 2nd straight win

RALEIGH – Perimeter shooting and defense have keyed the recent success of the Saint

NCCU holds off Coppin State

DURHAM – In a matchup that had 13 lead changes and 12 ties, N.C. Central needed a basket

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