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Orgs. create first Black College World Series
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
A new chapter in the legacy of HBCU baseball will soon be written with the inaugural Black College World Series. The event will determine a national champion for HBCU small school baseball programs. The series will feature eight baseball teams: four from the NCAA Division II and four from the NAIA. The BCWS will run April 28 to May 1 at Riverwalk Stadium,
Following their passion, women go far to play flag football
Thursday, April 8, 2021
FREMONT, Neb. — From a distance, it looks like college kids in sweat clothes tossing a football around on a campus green space. Draw closer, and it’s apparent this is no sandlot game. A coach is explaining routes he wants receivers to run on a play he calls “Bingo.” Then he tells his quarterbacks to make quicker decisions. Next he
North Carolina FC signs 15
Thursday, April 8, 2021
CARY – North Carolina Football Club has signed 15 players from the NCFC Academy to academy contracts. Will Buete, Curtis DeLeon, Britton Fischer, Cole Frame, Nicholas Holliday, Drew Kerr, Marvin Mariche, Nata Martinez, Collin McCamy, Aaron Messer, Parker O’Ferral, Yekeson Subah, Samuel Terranova, Rohit Thakur, and Caden Tolentino will be
NCA&T women’s volleyball readies for NCAA Tournament
Thursday, April 8, 2021
North Carolina A&T will represent the MEAC in the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship beginning April 14. The Aggies, who defeated Coppin State for the MEAC championship, will match up against Rice at 10:30 p.m. on ESPN3. In the SWAC, Jackson State – which is having a banner year in all sports – will play Western Kentucky (21-0) in
Despite pandemic, HBCUs had a few 'one shining moments'
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Despite all the hoopla, suspense, cheers and tears, the biggest moment of the NCAA Tournament for many fans is the “One Shining Moment” video that captures the essence of the tournament and signals the end of the college basketball season. Although the pandemic short-circuited the season for many HBCU teams, there still were some shining
Raleigh readies for major league fishing’s heavy hitters event
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
RALEIGH – Major League Fishing, the world’s largest tournament fishing organization, will visit Raleigh April 9-14 for the kickoff of the Second Annual General Tire Heavy Hitters Presented by Bass Pro Shops. Hosted by the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance, the tournament will showcase 40 anglers that qualified from the 2020 Bass Pro Tour season
Scott, Williams lead HBCU DI Women’s All-America Team
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
North Carolina A&T guard/forward Chanin Scott and Jackson State center Ameshya Williams were named BOXTOROW national co-players of the year. Scott was the only MEAC player in the top 10 in points (third), rebounds (fifth), assists (fourth), field-goal percentage (third), and steals (second). Scott averaged 14.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists. 2.3
NCCU’s Mills one step away from NFL dream
Friday, April 2, 2021
If Bryan Mills needed any inspiration about making it in the NFL, he had only to look at eventual Super Bowl LV champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ roster during the regular season. North Carolina Central alumnus Ryan Smith was drafted by the Bucs in 2016 and wound up earning a Super Bowl ring five years later after Tampa Bay’s 31-9 win over the
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Expansion of COVID testing in schools would slow infections

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Orgs. create first Black College World Series

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How Black poets and writers gave a voice to ‘Affrilachia’

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