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TSPN Sports – The Virginia State University's head women's basketball coach James Hill, Jr. has been named Dr. Cavil's 2013-2014 HBCU Mid-Major Division Women's Coach of the Year on Monday, April 21 2014.

Hill completed the season with a (25-4) overall record and a (15-1) mark in the regular season conference race, finishing first in the Northern Division of the CIAA.  Coach Hill led the Trojans to a NCAA Division II Tournament appearance and a No. 2 finish in Dr. Cavil's 2013-2014 HBCU Basketball Women's Mid-Major Division poll rankings.

Coach Hill is the first women's basketball coach in VSU school history to take the Trojans to a # 1 ranking among HBCUs.

Congratulations Coach James Hill, Jr! :clap: :clap:

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Fayetteville State by choice. Bronco by the Grace of GOD.

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Congratulations Coach Hill   :clap:
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Langston Hughes - '29
President Nnamdi Azikiwe - '30
Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall - '30
President Kwame Nkrumah - '39

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