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Women's semfinals set
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
CHARLOTTE – Livingstone and Johnson C. Smith women lived up to the billing Wednesday evening at TWC Arena. The Golden Bulls had won the last meeting between the two teams and ended the Blue Bears 22-game win streak – before the forfeits. The Golden Bulls led for most of the first half despite paltry shooting by both teams. Smith shot just
 
Women take center stage at CIAA tourney
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
CHARLOTTE – We have one upset of the day, if you can call it that. No. 5-ranked Winston-Salem State defeated Chowan 73-58 in the second game of the day. With snowing pouring down outside, the Rams outscored the Hawks 46-31 in the second half to break open a 27-all tie. CU’s Alisha Mobley scored a game-high 30 points, but it wasn’t
 
UDC commemorates 1975 women’s b’ball team
Friday, February 20, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The University of the District of Columbia Athletic Department honored former head women’s basketball coach Bessie Stockard and former student-athlete Albrette “Gigi” Ransom as part of a 40th commemoration of the historic 1975 women’s basketball game between FCC and the People’s Republic of China.
 
Hampton, Bethune win track titles
Friday, February 20, 2015
Hampton women won their fifth straight MEAC indoor track and field championship and 13th overall. Bethune-Cookman placed second and N.C. A&T third. “This was by far the hardest championship we ever had to win,” Hampton coach Maurice Pierce said. “I knew it was going to come down to the mile relay, but I didn’t know it was going
 
Fundraiser honors coach and helps underprivileged kids
Friday, February 20, 2015
RALEIGH – Underprivileged kids who can’t afford to attend Raleigh Parks & Recreation events can now receive assistance. A scholarship named for coaching legend Dan Dunn helps keep children off the streets and into healthy activities. The Coach Dan Dunn Scholarship Fundraiser was held Sunday at the Active Center for Older Adults at Five
 
Rankings put pressure on tourney performance
Friday, February 20, 2015
After the release of the NCAA’s first regional rankings this week, the phrase “Win or go home” takes on an even more urgent meaning for the CIAA. In a first in school history, Livingstone women are ranked No. 1 in the Atlantic Region. The Blue Bears were buoyed by the return of their wins after the conference office – at the request
 
Win or go home
Friday, February 20, 2015
The CIAA Tournament starts Tuesday, and CC hasn’t even started packing yet. But the show must go on. And so must our annual tradition of grading all 24 teams. Our tourney blog begins Tuesday, so check us out. And, as always with CC, ladies first. (Team records as of Feb. 20.) NORTH • Grade A: Lincoln (7-2 North, 11-4 CIAA, 19-6 overall). Look
 
January, Jones named CIAA rookies of the year
Friday, February 20, 2015
St. Augustine’s freshman Quincy January and Elizabeth City State freshman Breona Jones were named the CIAA men’s and women’s basketball rookies of the year Friday. January, an Atlanta native, leads the conference in field-goal percentage (65 percent). The 6-foor-7 forward was voted rookie of the week four times, a high for all freshmen in
 
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