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Sports Forum / CAA Welcomes New Members Including Hampton
« on: January 25, 2022, 10:59:28 AM »
1/25/2022 9:50:30 AM

CAA WELCOMES HAMPTON UNIVERSITY, MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY AND STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY AS NEW MEMBERS


https://caasports.com/news/2022/1/24/football-caa-welcomes-hampton-university-monmouth-university-and-stony-brook-university-as-new-members.aspx

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Join  @BCFHOF
’s and my Twitter Chat TOMORROW.

We’ll talk about the Black College Football Hall of Fame’s mission, the
@HBCULegacyBowl
, the #HBCUCombine and more.

https://twitter.com/TroyVincentSr/status/1485633099186819072


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Sports Forum / JCSU Appoints Maurice Flowers as Head Football Coach
« on: January 19, 2022, 04:57:16 PM »
JCSU Appoints Maurice Flowers as Head Football Coach

Charlotte, N.C. / January 19, 2022 – Johnson C. Smith University announced today the appointment of Maurice Flowers as head coach of the Golden Bulls football team. Flowers, a 1996 graduate of JCSU, was selected after a national search. He most recently served as head football coach at Fort Valley State University. His first day on the job is today.

https://theciaa.com/news/2022/1/19/jcsu-appoints-maurice-flowers-as-head-football-coach.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1sXuqN58_oTjoOn5fQ5376S2ucd5sklQv29lH1MMV5XS4YpTehPtzTyGA

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Sports Forum / MEAC Announces New Hires, Organizational Restructuring
« on: January 19, 2022, 02:49:46 PM »
MEAC Announces New Hires, Organizational Restructuring

Among those joining the conference are:

Lynn W. Thompson, who will act as Strategic Advisor

James Motley, who will serve as Director of Digital Media and Creative Content

Dr. Harry Stafford, who will be the MEAC’s Chief Medical Officer

Wyatt Sutton, who returns to the MEAC to serve as Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Compliance

Yakina Parker, who will be the Executive Assistant to the Commissioner.

https://meacsports.com/news/2022/1/19/general-meac-announces-new-hires-organizational-restructuring.aspx

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Sports Forum / Is CIAA Baseball Coming Back?
« on: January 19, 2022, 10:38:54 AM »
Is baseball coming back to the CIAA?

Virginia State
Lincoln
Claflin
Bluefield State (applying for membership)

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Sports Forum / Will the Big South Drop Football?
« on: January 19, 2022, 08:54:28 AM »
If they lose Hampton and Monmouth, I don't see a way forward in the next few years.

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Sports Forum / Men: Norfolk State 72 Maryland Eastern Shore 58
« on: January 17, 2022, 09:24:11 PM »

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How an A&T-High Point basketball rivalry was born inside the Qubein Center

BOB SUTTON Special to the News & Record

HIGH POINT – N.C. A&T showed up at High Point’s fancy new basketball home – that’s just the generic description of the glitzy on-campus arena – without a blemish in the Big South Conference.

The Aggies left wondering if perhaps they haven’t uncovered a new rival.

Walking into the Qubein Center on Saturday night might have seemed like a fantasy world for the Aggies, who had become the first team in the conference to reach the three-win mark earlier in the week.

https://greensboro.com/sports/college/ncat/how-an-a-t-high-point-basketball-rivalry-was-born-inside-the-qubein-center/article_38e1a314-76d3-11ec-a886-bf5abab7b232.html

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Sports Forum / 2022 FCS Conference by Conference Outlook
« on: January 14, 2022, 10:28:33 PM »
Conference-by-Conference Lookahead to 2022 FCS Season: Part I
JAN 12, 2022
CRAIG HALEY

https://theanalyst.com/na/2022/01/conference-by-conference-lookahead-to-2022-fcs-season-part-i/


Conference-by-Conference Lookahead to 2022 FCS Season: Part II

https://theanalyst.com/na/2022/01/conference-by-conference-lookahead-to-2022-fcs-season-part-ii/

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UNC-Chapel Hill hits its $4 billion fundraising goal a year early, even amid pandemic

More than 200,000 donors contributed to the Campaign for Carolina, including more than 90,000 first-time donors. The bulk of the money has come from 67 gifts of $10 million or more, but 83% of donors have contributed $1,000 or less.

https://greensboro.com/news/local/education/unc-chapel-hill-hits-its-4-billion-fundraising-goal-a-year-early-even-amid-pandemic/article_fde33a26-79c7-55cc-bf88-e97c7238d5c7.html

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Sports Forum / Virtual HBCU Sports Panel Discussion
« on: January 11, 2022, 06:37:35 AM »
Topic: HBCU Sports Experience

Description
Join the Museum of Durham History on Friday, January 14th at 12PM for a virtual lunch-and-learn discussion on the experience of athletes at our local HBCUs. Panel moderator Marcus Manning (Executive Director, Durham Sports Commission) will be joined by athletic directors Dr. Ingrid Wicker McCree (NCCU) and Earl Hinton III (NC A&T).

Time: Jan 14, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)


https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1oJ6JBIiRJ63ew6-GtatUQ?fbclid=IwAR3gAIToNtUFyvvjt4z1PfqmVF2sKiqQiCjM-kEMUAlN6gslIy95-sVtgUw

https://www.facebook.com/events/2736408096662295/?ref=newsfeed

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Sports Forum / Florida A&M's Land wins 2021 Buck Buchanan Award
« on: January 07, 2022, 10:16:01 PM »
Florida A&M's Land wins 2021 Buck Buchanan Award

FRISCO, Texas (Stats Perform) - Isaiah Land's hometown is Buffalo, New York, and he attends Florida A&M in Tallahassee.

The 6-foot-4 edge rusher also resides in opposing backfields.

After being the most dominating pass rusher in FCS college football this season, Land received the 2021 Stats Perform Buck Buchanan Award at the national awards presentation Friday night. The 27th annual award, named for legendary Hall of Fame defensive lineman Junious "Buck" Buchanan, is presented to the national defensive player of the year in Division I FCS.

https://sports.yahoo.com/florida-ms-land-wins-2021-024453838.html

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Accrediting association president optimistic about Bennett College's bid for accreditation ahead of visit

GREENSBORO — Bennett College will get some important visitors later this month.

A team from the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools is set to visit the college during the week of Jan. 18-21 to decide if it will accredit the private Greensboro school, which is one of two historically Black women’s colleges in the United States. The accreditors will look at whether Bennett meets their standards for a quality education.

The commission is likely to announce its decision in late spring or summer.

https://greensboro.com/news/local/education/accrediting-association-president-optimistic-about-bennett-colleges-bid-for-accreditation-ahead-of-visit/article_e1648026-6e5c-11ec-83cb-635925a0053f.html#tracking-source=home-top-story-1

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Health & Wellness Building to be Named in Honor of William Allen Hudgins

October 27, 2021

The Alamo Colleges District Board voted on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, to name the new St. Philip’s College Health & Wellness Building in honor of William Allen Hudgins who contributed nearly 40 years of service to St. Philip’s College and his community.

Hudgins was the first basketball coach at St. Philip’s College where he served as a role model to young men for 18 years. As a coach, he encouraged high academic standards while overseeing the mental health, growth, and development of team members. He was committed to strengthening the development of children of color in the community. Hudgins (affectionately known as “Coach” and “Meatboy”) is prominently displayed as a part of the St. Philip’s College Historical Legacy Wall located in the Bowden Center on the Third Floor of the Sutton Learning Center.

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When he finished high school, he was offered an athletic scholarship to Virginia State University but opted to take a work-study scholarship at Hampton Institute in 1935. It was at Hampton Institute that he became a legendary “Hampton Pirate” playing for the great coaches during that time, Gideon “Gid” Smith, Charles H. Williams (founder of the CIAA), and Herman “Buck” Neilson. Hudgins was considered one of the premier athletes earning the title “3-LETTER MAN” for his athletic success in football, basketball, and track. When he finished Hampton Institute in 1940, he earned a Master's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and was also the basketball coach at Cambridge High School in Baltimore, Maryland.

https://www.alamo.edu/spc/news-events/news/2021/october/new-health--wellness-building-to-be-named-in-honor-of-william-allen-hudgins/?fbclid=IwAR2DRaQm-p3e5P__XpU32HIwrVyMPCpPR3zF8SDFOZQKMCvVNKAiECh7XZM

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