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NCCU student-athletes march to the polls
Saturday, October 24, 2020
DURHAM – More than 160 North Carolina Central student-athletes participated in the NCCU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s “Black Lives Matter March to the Polls” event on Friday. After receiving words from NCCU Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye, athletic director Ingrid Wicker McCree, and SAAC representatives Christine Alcox
Spotlight: Former Spartan Bobby Price of the Detroit Lions
Thursday, October 22, 2020
NORFOLK, Va. – Former Norfolk State star Bobby Price overcame a number of obstacles to realize his childhood dream of making it to the NFL. The COVID-19 pandemic canceled the first-ever HBCU NFL Combine last spring, which Price was scheduled to participate in. It also cut short the opportunities for pre-draft NFL team meetings for Price and other
HBCU basketball is here
Thursday, October 22, 2020
HBCU Division I basketball practice officially kicked off on Monday. North Carolina Central women took the court first with much enthusiasm after last season’s success. Although their overall record was 13-17, they were 9-7 in the MEAC and defeated archrival N.C. A&T three, count ’em THREE, times, and advanced to their first semifinal as a
October means more for NSU volleyball coach
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
NORFOLK, Va. – Every year when October rolls around, the color pink takes over. That pink you see, of course, is for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But for Norfolk State head volleyball coach Kathy Bullock, it means just a little more. Eighteen years ago, she became one of those survivors, the ones who those pink ribbons are there to support. And
Deion Sanders and the SWAC make a perfect marriage
Friday, October 16, 2020
I tried to blow off Deion Sanders’ much ballyhooed hiring at Jackson State. After all, he’s not the first former professional player to coach at an HBCU, and while there have been some successes, there have been flops as well. For every Doug Williams at Grambling State or Sam Washington at North Carolina A&T success stories, you have Doug
NSU alumna succeeding at NASCAR
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Norfolk State alumna Brehanna Daniels continues to shine on the racing circuit. Daniels received a Crew Member award at the 13th annual NASCAR Driver for Diversity Awards. In 2018, she became the first black woman to pit in NASCAR’s top series. She followed that up in 2019 by becoming the first black woman and first black graduate of the diversity
A&Tís Robinson copes with young team, COVID
Thursday, October 15, 2020
EAST GREENSBORO – The 2020-21 women's basketball season was going to be a challenge for North Carolina A&T head coach Tarrell Robinson before a pandemic invaded the world. Robinson's Aggies lost to rival N.C. Central by two points in the quarterfinals of the MEAC Tournament and that team featured experienced seniors. Unknown to anyone at Norfolk
Dre Fortune named NCFC most valuable player
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
CARY – North Carolina Football Club’s Dre Fortune was named by his teammates as the offensive player of the year and the most valuable player. Fortune has continued to grow and evolve as a player since 2017, where he became the first NCFC Youth academy player to sign a contract with the first team. This season he led the NCFC in scoring with six
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