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Allen University had a nice first season. Allen finished with a 3-6 record with SIAC and CIAA wins.
MEAC Women's Basketball Recap, Nov. 12
Delaware State 67, Delaware 64
No. 25 South Florida 82, Howard 53
No. 20 Syracuse 65, Maryland Eastern Shore 50
Winthrop 56, North Carolina Central 46
Radford 60, South Carolina State 45
Aggies Lose Road Game to Western Carolina
No. 13 Bowie State beats ECSU
By Malcolm Shields
Sunday, November 10, 2019
In recent games against Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Northern Division teams, the Elizabeth City State football team had found ways to compete against its division rivals.
On Saturday afternoon, the Vikings had their toughest test of the conference season against division foe Bowie State.
Bowie State displayed why it is one of the top teams in Division II football as the Bulldogs secured a 60-21 victory against the Vikings inside Roebuck Stadium.
« on: November 10, 2019, 04:22:13 PM »
ECSU concludes its 2019 football season Friday at 1 p.m. against NAIA program Allen University inside Roebuck Stadium.
The game was initially scheduled for Sept. 7, but Hurricane Dorian forced the contest to be postponed until November.
« on: November 10, 2019, 07:05:01 AM »
Morgan State upsets North Carolina A&T again; Towson beats Stony Brook; Bowie State historic 10-0
Temple 75, Morgan State 57
Stephen F. Austin 94, North Carolina Central 64
George Washington 76, Howard 62
#13 Texas Tech 79, Bethune-Cookman 44
Friday, Nov 8th
North Carolina A&T State 63, Charleston Southern 49
South Carolina State 79, Bob Jones 64
Rider 81, Delaware State 54
Norfolk State 93, Penn State – Wilkes Barre 53
Virginia Tech 74, Coppin State 42
Saturday, November 09, 2019
Lincoln University (PA)
Lincoln University, PA
St. Augustine's University
Johnson C. Smith University
Bowie State University
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC
Virginia Union University
Virginia State University
Fayetteville State University
Winston-Salem State University
Friday, November 15, 2019
Allen University (S.C.)
Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC
« on: October 30, 2019, 08:26:09 PM »
What the in-state tuition bill for student-athletes might mean for N.C. A&T and UNCG
A bill that would let UNC System schools charge in-state tuition to out-of-state athletes who currently are charged the higher out-of-state rate arose again this week, zombie-like, from wherever the legislature buries its dead bills. *I* thought this bill had died back in July. But the bill lurched back to life before a House committee last week, and the full House approved it Monday. It's now before the state Senate.
« on: October 28, 2019, 08:34:49 PM »
A&T notebook: Aggies prepare for critical game at S.C. State
A&T leads the MEAC and ranks seventh among the nation’s 124 FCS teams in rushing defense, allowing 84.6 yards per game. S.C. State ranks 10th in the country at 96.0 yards per game.
The game is also a matchup of the nation’s No. 9 rushing offense against the nation’s No. 10 rushing defense.
This year’s Aggies head to Orangeburg averaging league-leading 247.4 rushing yards per game.
Bowie State 3-0 5-0
Virginia State 2-1 4-1
Virginia Union 2-1 4-1
Elizabeth City State 1-2 2-3
Chowan 1-2 1-4
Lincoln (PA) 0-3 0-5
Fayetteville State 2-1 4-1
Winston-Salem State 3-0 3-2
Shaw 2-1 3-2
St. Augustine's 2-1 2-3
Livingstone 0-3 1-4
Johnson C. Smith 0-3 1-4
2019 Football Standings
North Carolina A&T State 3-1
South Carolina State 3-1
North Carolina Central 2-2
Norfolk State 1-3
Morgan State 1-4
Delaware State 0-5
Florida A&M ** 5-0
« on: October 25, 2019, 06:04:27 AM »
Moving up? If A&T is serious about a jump to FBS, it can learn from three nearby schools
By Jeff Mills firstname.lastname@example.org
To B, or not to B? That is the question.
In the world of college football, the gap between two letters — B and C — is significant.
And now N.C. A&T seems to be exploring the gap between FBS and FCS. The university's chancellor, Harold Martin, has mentioned the Football Bowl Subdivision in public remarks twice since the start of the school year.
A move up would only change everything. The Aggies would almost certainly have to leave the MEAC and find a new league. It would cost much more, as two other nearby public universities that made the move within the last six years have seen a combined 53 percent increase in football spending, and both have total athletics budgets more than twice what A&T spends now.
But there are potential rewards as well, some tangible in measured growth and others intangible in terms of prestige.
MEAC Men's Basketball Preseason Picks
1. North Carolina Central (7) 192
2. Bethune-Cookman ( 189
t-3. Norfolk State (2) 174
t-3. North Carolina A&T State (1) 174
5. South Carolina State (2) 122
6. Howard 104
7. Coppin State 99
8. Morgan State 95
9. Florida A&M* 79
10. Delaware State 56
11. Maryland Eastern Shore 36
*ineligible for MEAC title and postseason play