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Author Topic: Guide to following A&T track and field athletes at the NCAA championships  (Read 510 times)

Offline JBROB

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NCAA Women's Track and Field Championship
15 North Carolina A&T 19 points
57 Norfolk State 3
Bethune-Cookman 0

Offline Golden Kitten

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Good job Aggies!  :clap: :bow: :bow: :clap:


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Hope NCA&T can hold on to Coach Ross for a while.

This!
Sea Sick... Waterbound... Can‘t Swim... About to Drown... In the OCEAN!!!  What!!! What!!!

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Hope NCA&T can hold on to Coach Ross for a while.

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very "likely" that he'll stay at least another 4 years because his all american "son" just signed out of high school to attend a&t next school year.  not guaranteed but its a good chance that he'll stay put at least until his son graduates...

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Well, I see the University of North Carolina is not renewing the contract of their track and field head coach. If yall believe they are not looking at coach Duane Ross of NCA&T, then I have some land somewhere in Arizona I want to sell you.

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TSU/BAMA..... :lol: ;D      and people pay for naming/branding.... ;D

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« Last Edit: June 12, 2019, 11:23:47 PM by Maroon and Gray »

 

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