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NCCU’s Joyce gets preseason honor
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Former Hampton sports information director Maurice Williams has returned to the MEAC as its new assistant commissioner of media relations. Maurice worked at HU for 10 years before leaving for the University of Tennessee. But, sometimes, the grass is not greener on the other side. Anyway, CC is glad Maurice is back. We already can see a difference. WOMEN
B-CU track alum upbeat in battle against cancer
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Summer Brown is quick to say she is no superwoman. But the former Bethune-Cookman track and field athlete’s positive attitude and cheery outlook in the wake of being diagnosed with Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is worthy of the woman of steel. Despite all that she has gone through in the past 18 months – including being repeatedly
North Carolina A&T track & field has lofty goals
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Duane Ross has proven he knows a thing or two about building a track program. How else could he have guided the North Carolina A&T State men’s and women’s track & field and cross country teams to seven MEAC championships in his six seasons as the Aggies’ director of track and field programs? It’s pretty obvious Ross is a
Walker expects ‘crazy’ reaction as All-Star starter at home
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
CHARLOTTE — Hornets point guard Kemba Walker can’t imagine what the atmosphere will be like when he’s introduced as an NBA All-Star game starter next month on his home court. “I haven’t given it any thought, but I’m sure it will be an unbelievable moment being that the game is in Charlotte,” Walker said.
A&T holds off rival, improves to 6-0
Sunday, January 27, 2019
DURHAM – It wasn’t the prettiest Aggie-Eagle that has ever been played, but they don’t have to be when you’re collecting road wins in conference play. The North Carolina A&T men’s basketball team got another strong performance off the bench from Ronald Jackson and held N.C. Central to 3-for-22 shooting from 3-point range
Broadway living the high life in retirement
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Rod Broadway was never the most animated coach in an interview – football sideline was another matter. And now that he’s been officially retired from coaching for over a year, he sounds more laid back than ever. And happy. I was shocked he answered the phone on a Wednesday afternoon to answer another question about another honor coming his way
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Hinton-less Shaw rallies to defeat rival

RALEIGH – Junior Derrick Randolph scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half to help

Former slave made cars long before Henry Ford

Although Henry Ford is often considered the father of the American automobile industry, many

Shaw women earn first division win

RALEIGH – Junior Macy Keen recorded her 11th double-double of the season with 27 points