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CIAA North: Bowie hoping third time is charm
Thursday, August 17, 2017
The CIAA football season is just days away. The Northern Division is looking to end a two-year stranglehold by the South. And while, on paper, the division appears much stronger, Winston-Salem State still rules the nest. • Bowie State (runner-up): 2016 was supposed to be the Bulldogs’ year. After blowing a second-half lead to the Rams in the
 
‘Raging Babe’ returns to Triangle
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
DURHAM – Last year, Michelle “Raging Babe” Rosado visited Raleigh to help a local boxing promoter make his mark in North Carolina. Rosado and her company, Raging Babe, did just that, and have now emerged as North Carolina’s newest boxing promoter. On Oct. 19, Raging Babe promotes its own event at the Durham Armory, aptly named
 
HBCUs players earn preseason accolades
Friday, August 11, 2017
Several HBCUs players were named to the STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award watch list. The award honors the top defensive player in FCS. Jackson State defensive end Keontre Anderson represents the SWAC, South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard is the MEAC rep, and Tennessee State defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko of the Ohio Valley Conference is the third
 
NCCU sports information honored
Friday, August 11, 2017
Success will certainly bring out the fans. Virginia Union women’s basketball ended the season No. 8 in NCAA Division II attendance. VUU averaged 1,417 fans per game in the 2,500-seat Barco-Stevens Hall. The Panthers advanced to the national championship game before losing to Ashland. But not too far behind were Winston-Salem State women, whose
 
Leonard’s shot gives Triangle Strong Chavis win
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
RALEIGH – Mike’s Ballers had the top players, but Triangle Strong had Darius Leonard. That was more than enough for the Strong. Leonard, a former Wake Forest and Campbell standout, swished a 3-pointer with six seconds left to give Triangle Strong a 91-89 victory over the defending champions for the Chavis League basketball championship. The
 
SAU hires ANOTHER marketing person
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Three CIAA football games will be broadcast on Aspire TV this fall: Virginia State vs. Bowie State on Oct. 14 at 2 p.m.; Virginia Union vs. Virginia State on Nov. 4 at 2 p.m.; and the CIAA Football Championship on Nov. 11. WOMEN N.C. Central Fans will get their first chance to interview new women’s basketball coach Trisha Stafford-Odom on Aug. 9 at
 
Knights, Cubs win at Longball
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Longball RBI ended its season with a championship doubleheader Thursday at Historic Durham Athletic Park. The Junior League championship of 13- to 15-year-olds opened the night with a 11-3 win by the Knights over the Rockhounds. It was the Knights’ third straight title. Dakota Green hit a double and a triple and knocked in two runs. In the Senior
 
Gay men in the NFL
Friday, August 4, 2017
ONTARIO, Calif. – ESPN recently published a story in which Kansas State offensive tackle Scott Frantz identified himself as a gay man. CNN quickly seized upon the story, prognosticating that the NFL would soon have its first openly gay player. The media was similarly entranced with Michael Sam, who became the first openly gay man ever drafted by the
 
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