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Maryland-Eastern Shore has hired former NBA G-League Assistant Jason Crafton as its next head coach, according to Stadium
Friday, April 26th
North Carolina A&T State
« on: April 20, 2019, 08:16:09 PM »
MVSU Names Lindsey Hunter New Men's Head Basketball Coach
ITTA BENA, Miss. - Mississippi Valley State University has named Lindsey Hunter as the 11th head men's basketball coach in school history, Director of Athletics Dianthia Ford-Kee announced Saturday.
Report: Howard basketball prepared to pony up 700K a year for Hobbs
Will we see any movement in 2019?
North Carolina A&T State
Overall: 10-2 //
Overall: 7-5 //
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South Carolina State
Overall: 5-6 //
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North Carolina Central
Overall: 5-6 //
Morgan State *
Overall: 4-7 //
Overall: 4-7 //
Overall: 3-8 //
« on: April 09, 2019, 09:23:01 PM »
Howard junior CJ Williams to declare for NBA Draft
Howard’s RJ Cole expected to declare for NBA Draft early entry
« on: April 06, 2019, 06:03:22 AM »
RALEIGH, N.C. – Shaw University junior Amir Hinton was selected to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II First Team All-American Team, announced Wednesday. In addition, the Philadelphia, PA native was recently named the 2019 Division II Bulletin Player of the Year.
Auburn’s Little Big Man was groomed for Final Four moment
MINNEAPOLIS — Far too often, wide-eyed dreams of young boys who imagined they could one day be Kobe Bryant or Steph Curry, or at least survive and advance to a Final Four, are shattered too early — their sacrifices made in vain, and the coaches and parents who cheered them on through thick and thin feel the heartbreak as well.
But once in a while, you find a 5-foot-10 father who played point guard at Elizabeth City State College (N.C.) who began coaching his first-born son when the boy began playing for AAU teams named World Wide Renegades and Southern Stampede on the Nike circuit — and never really stopped coaching him when his Little Big Man grew all the way to 5-11. Only Virginia and the Michigan State-Texas Tech winner stand between Auburn’s Little Big Man and “One Shining Moment” now.
Open Basketball Positions
Mississippi Valley State
Fayetteville State (NC) - Luke D'Alessio
Malcolm X College (IL)
Clark Atlanta women
Florida A&M women
« on: April 02, 2019, 03:17:43 PM »
NC Central’s LeVelle Moton a target for Georgia State
BY JONAS POPE IV
APRIL 02, 2019 02:52 PM
CIAA Adds Spades as 15th Championship Sport
CHARLOTTE, NC - The Central Intercollege Athletic Association (CIAA), the nations’ oldest historically black intercollegiate athletic conference, is adding Spades as its 15th championship sport beginning and ending on April 1, 2019. The new championship will be carried by all 13 member institutions and is being made possible through a grant from an anonymous donor.
Coppin State 7-2
Norfolk State 5-4
Delaware State 4-5
Maryland Eastern Shore 2-7
North Carolina A&T State 6-3
Savannah State 5-4
North Carolina Central 6-6
Florida A&M 4-5
« on: March 27, 2019, 09:33:03 PM »
Carolina Peacemaker, N.C. A&T theater arts founder John Kilimanjaro dies
Kilimanjaro, who despite not having a journalism background was inspired to start The Carolina Peacemaker to give a voice to the voiceless during turbulent times and to force those in power to listen, died at the age of 88 this morning — the day the weekly newspaper is printed. His wife of 62 years, Vickie Kilimanjaro, was at his side.
He also founded the theater arts program at A&T and the N.C. Black Publisher's Association. His many honors include the Order of Long Leaf Pine, the state’s highest civilian honor for public service.
Kilimanjaro, born in Little Rock, Ark., had a master of arts, speech and theater arts and a doctorate of education from the University of Arkansas.
John graduated from Rust College Preparatory School in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He began his college education at Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi; while there, he was a charter member of the Rho Epsilon Chapter (1948) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated.
In 1952, John earned a B.A. in English from Arkansas A.M. & N. College (today, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff). He was one of approximately seven African American graduate students to attend classes at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, where he earned a Master of Arts and a doctoral degree in Speech, Theatre Arts and English Literature (1956, 1965).
Only one 15 seed has advanced past the second round, when Florida Gulf Coast made it to the Sweet 16 in 2013. In only its second year of full NCAA eligibility and first in the NCAA tournament, the Eagles shocked the college basketball world by not only beating second-seeded Georgetown by 10 points in the first round but also beating seventh-seeded San Diego State to advance to the Sweet 16.
1993 Round of 64 #13 Southern defeated #4 Georgia Tech 93-87
Round of 32 Southern lost to George Washington 80-90
1997 Round of 64 Coppin State defeated South Carolina 78-65
Round of 32 Coppin State lost to Texas 81–82
2001 Round of 64 Hampton defeated Iowa State 58-57
Round of 32 Hampton lost to Georgetown 57–76
2012 Round of 64 Norfolk State defeated Missouri 86-84
Round of 32 Norfolk State lost to Florida 50–84
« on: March 20, 2019, 06:20:11 AM »
LeVelle Moton dazzles every March, so why is he still at NC Central?