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Cardiac Eagles keep on winning
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Hampton women saw their three-year MEAC unbeaten streak ended by Savannah State. The Pirates’ last conference loss was Jan. 28, 2012. In the CIAA, Livingstone women continue to keep the competition at bay. The Blue Bears are 19-0 but only lead by one game in the CIAA South over Shaw. WOMEN Shaw (3-1 South, 6-4 CIAA, 13-9 overall) The Bears remain
 
FSU, BSU lead in women’s bowling
Thursday, January 29, 2015
WOMEN Two HBCU representatives have been appointed to the NCAA Division I Council: Mississippi Valley State Athletics Director Dianthia Ford-Kee and N.C. Central Associate AD Eitenne Thomas. The Council is charged with conducting the business affairs of DI. Bowie State went a perfect 12-0 in last weekend’s CIAA bowling event in Virginia. The
 
Hillside sweeps East Chapel Hill in JV action
Thursday, January 29, 2015
CHAPEL HILL – Hillside girls rebounded from their first loss of the season against Southeast Raleigh with a 50-27 thrashing of East Chapel Hill in junior varsity action. The Hornets led from start to finish against the Wildcats, who scored just four points at the half. Jessica Wright led Hillside with 15 points and seven rebounds, while teammate
 
Sandberg named Durham Bulls manager
Monday, January 26, 2015
DURHAM – The Durham Bulls, in conjunction with the Tampa Bay Rays, have hired Jared Sandberg as the new manager of the Triple-A club. Sandberg takes over for Charlie Montoyo who was promoted to third-base coach of the Rays in mid-December. Sandberg, the nephew of Hall of Famer and current Philadelphia Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg, takes the helm of
 
St. Aug's stifles Shaw for 2nd straight win
Saturday, January 24, 2015
RALEIGH – Perimeter shooting and defense have keyed the recent success of the Saint Augustine’s men’s basketball team. The Falcons relied on both in a 66-62 win over crosstown rival Shaw at packed Spaulding Gymnasium on Saturday. The victory was the second straight and the third in four games for the resurging Falcons, who are limiting
 
NCCU holds off Coppin State
Saturday, January 24, 2015
DURHAM – In a matchup that had 13 lead changes and 12 ties, N.C. Central needed a basket in the closing seconds and one last defensive stand to hold off Coppin State for a 79-77 victory on Saturday, as the Eagles escaped McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium with their 30th straight win at home. Trailing by two points with less than a minute-and-a-half left,
 
Delaware State hires new FB coach
Friday, January 23, 2015
Delaware State has a new football coach for the first time in four seasons. Kenneth A. Carter, former passing game/co-special teams coordinator/wide receivers coach at Youngstown State, will lead the Hornets in his first head-coaching job. “With this appointment, a new chapter begins for the Hornet football program,” President Harry L.
 
9 to be inducted into CIAA HOF
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Nine new members, including Virginia Union basketball great Ben Wallace, will be inducted into the 2015 John B. McLendon Jr. Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony is Feb. 27, 9 a.m., at the Charlotte Convention Center during CIAA Tournament week. Individual seats and tables of 10 can be purchased calling (757) 865-0071. Inducted will be former Virginia
 
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