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8 Eagles on MEAC preseason list
Thursday, August 5, 2021
North Carolina Central put eight players on the MEAC 2021 Preseason All-Conference Teams. Senior running back Isaiah Totten, defensive back Stephen Stokes and return specialist Brandon Codrington were named to the first team. Teammates Robert Mitchell, Corey Bullock, Jessie Malit, Manny Smith and Adrian Olivia were voted to the second team. Norfolk State
 
Six MEAC football teams bring parity to the league
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Buddy Pough and Dawson Odums are in the wrong business. Instead of football coaches, they should be on a comedy circuit. Pough and Odums were the highlight of the MEAC Football Media Day last week. Pough, who is the winningest coach in South Carolina State football history, has always been a fun coach to talk to and listen to. His teams can kill you on
 
Chris Paul HBCU Tip-Off coming
Wednesday, August 4, 2021
NBA veteran Chris Paul has partnered with the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame to host the inaugural Chris Paul HBCU Tip-Off in November. The two-day HBCU tournament will feature Morehouse College, Virginia Union, West Virginia State and Winston-Salem State. "With several family members and friends who have attended HBCUs, I know first-hand how
 
NSU player helps youth back home with camp
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk State men's basketball player Yoro Sidibe, a native of Senegal, returned to his home country over the summer and started the African NextGen Basketball Camp in an effort to give back to his community. The three-day camp included 50 players, 25 girls and 25 boys, from ages 13-19. It was held in the southern Senegalese city of
 
NCCU men’s basketball staff change
Thursday, July 29, 2021
If CC had a dollar for every coach that’s been an assistant at North Carolina Central, we could retire tomorrow. This time it’s the men’s turn. Andre Gray has joined the basketball family. Joining the basketball team is 6-foot-10 Samuel Keita, a native of England. He is a Salt Lake (Utah) Community College transfer. Keita committed to
 
SPORTS SHORTS
Thursday, July 29, 2021
RALEIGH * Fall coed kickball starts this fall in the Goombay Raleigh-Durham Sports League. Games will be played at Fred Fletcher Park, 820 Clay St. * Registration is open for Tuesday Night Ladies Under the Lights Fall Kickball League starting in September. Games will be held at Knights of Columbus, 4301 Columbus Club Drive. DURHAM * Merrick-Moore/Mill
 
CIAA picks raise a few eyebrows
Thursday, July 29, 2021
Tongues are still wagging since the CIAA virtual media day last week. Depending on which side of the fence you’re on, coaches were either drunk when they voted their preseason picks, or they know something the rest of us don’t. Most interesting is Chowan being picked to finish second in the North behind two-time CIAA champ Bowie State. This is
 
NCAT golfer talks NBA, soda, golf
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
EAST GREENSBORO – It is February, a time when Cupid is at his busiest, and the best basketball players in the world gather together in an American city for the annual NBA All-Star Game. It is at this time Richard Watkins calls a meeting. "There is a zoom meeting at 3 o'clock." Those were the words uttered by Watkins, North Carolina A&T's men's
 
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