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Triangle teams seeking first win
Thursday, September 12, 2019
WNTW (820 AM/92.7 FM) will broadcast all Virginia Union football, and women’s and men’s basketball games this season. N.C. Central (0-2) vs. Gardner Webb (0-2) Eagles fans got an early chance to see the future in NCCU’s 42-3 loss to Towson. Freshman quarterback Darius Richard came off the bench to relieve an injured Micah Zanders in the
 
VUU to induct 7 into athletic hall of fame
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia Union University will induct seven individuals into the VUU Athletic Hall of Fame. Al Bowers, Lucille M. Brown, Mike Crawley, Moses Golatt, Danielle Hoggard, Sherman Lea, and Fred Pinkston will be inducted on September 20, and will be honored during the football game between Virginia Union and Johnson C. Smith. • Bowers
 
VUU shocks D-I Hampton
Sunday, September 8, 2019
HAMPTON, Va. – Khalid Morris threw four touchdown passes, including three to Charles Hall, and Virginia Union scored 22 unanswered second-half points to beat Hampton 36-17 on September 7. For Virginia Union, No. 25 in Lindy's preseason Division II poll, it was the first win over a Division I opponent since the Panthers defeated Grambling State 46-37
 
Aggies, Bulldogs raise the bar in Week 1
Friday, September 6, 2019
The HBCU football season has gotten off to a heck of a bang. Erase from your mind Howard’s 79-0 loss to Maryland – a game that never should have been played, and let’s focus on the good that came out of last weekend’s season openers. First, North Carolina A&T came through – again – with a hard-fought win over Elon.
 
NCCU loses another QB
Thursday, September 5, 2019
Morgan State senior linebacker Ian McBorrough has been named to the 2019 William V. Campbell Trophy Watch List. The award recognizes the top football scholar-athlete in the country. "Ian McBorrough embodies the values of Morgan State University in every way, Athletics Director Edward Scott said. “He excels in the classroom, in the community, and on
 
More HBCUs selling alcohol in athletic arenas
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
North Carolina A&T State University joined a growing list of HBCUs selling alcohol inside their football stadiums when the defending MEAC and black college football champion hosted backyard rival Elon University last weekend. The A&T board of trustees unanimously approved a resolution during the summer permitting alcohol sales at most of the
 
Fifty-yarder leads A&T to thrilling win
Sunday, September 1, 2019
GREENSBORO – The biggest scare for North Carolina A&T coach Sam Washington was not junior Noel Ruiz’s game-winning 52-yard field goal as time expired. Despite Ruiz missing two prior field goals in the game, Washington had seen him hit 50 yarders plenty of times in practice. The scariest part for Washington was the play that happened before
 
Shaw releases schedules
Thursday, August 29, 2019
North Carolina A&T women released their 2019-20 schedule last week. Most notable on the nonconference schedule is matchups against North Carolina State, Georgia, Miami, DePaul, Clemson and VCU. “I’m happy with how our schedule came together this year,” coach Tarrell Robinson said. “While it will provide us with some strong
 
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