MEAC Honors Bears’ Brewer, Scarlett

The Morgan State Bears handled business in its first game of the season, edging the Bowie State Bulldogs, 14-7, at Hughes Stadium in Baltimore. It was the first season-opening win for Morgan State since...

Howard Drops Regular Season Finale to Delaware State

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Howard University Bison came out with high energy, opening up a 14-point lead to start the game, but a long scoring drought and some deft free throw shooting in the second half,...

No. 15 Norfolk State Shocks No. 2 Missouri, 86-84

Congratulations, Norfolk State! You’ve officially screwed up everyone’s bracket. Norfolk State forward Kyle O'Quinn scored a double-double of 26 points and 14 rebounds as the No. 15 seed Spartans eliminated No.2 seed Missouri, 86-84, on...

Coppin Steam Rolled by Iowa

Three players for Coppin State scored nine points each as the Eagles were steam rolled by non-conference opponent Iowa, 80-50, on Dec. 22 in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa (11-2 overall) took control of the game...

Howard U’s Lady Bison Overcomes N.C. A&T to Reach MEAC Finals

NORFOLK, Va.– The Howard University Lady Bison basketball team overpowered the Lady Aggies of North Carolina A&T State University 55-42 to reach the Mid-East Athletic Association (MEAC) Tournament finals March 15 at Scope Arena...

Howard’s Saadia Doyle Named MEAC Player of the Week

Howard junior forward Saadia Doyle was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Week after a standout performance against Wake Forest that resulted in a 63-59 victory on Dec. 18. The Atlanta, Ga. native scored...

Top Seed Kentucky Reaches Final Four; North Carolina Falls Short to Kansas

No. 1 seed Kentucky showed why they’re the consensus pick to win the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament as they easily handled No. 3 Baylor, 82-70, on March 25 at the Georgia Dome...

Duke Stomps Michigan State to Reach National Title Game

Duke freshman forward Justice Winslow scored a team-high 19 points with nine rebounds to help the No. 1 seed Blue Devils cruise to a 81-61 win over the No. 7 seed Michigan  State Spartans...

Freshmen Debut at Georgetown Summer Kenner League

In the waning moments of April’s Capital Classic, future Georgetown Hoya Greg Whittington a 6-foot-9-inch power forward from Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, Md., couldn’t hide his expectations for the upcoming season. “I’m looking...

Grambling State Ranks No. 1 for Third Straight Week

NEW YORK/Fuquay-Varina, N.C.-- For the third straight week, the Tigers of Grambling State (7-1) sit atop the latest editions of the Boxtorow.com/BASN HBCU FCS coaches and media top 10 football polls. Winners of seven...

Savannah State Overcomes Injury-Plagued Howard With Second Half Surge

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Howard University Sophomore guard Brandon Ford came off the bench to score a team-high 13 points Feb. 3 against Savannah State. But it was not enough to overcome 16 second half points by...

Hampton Lady’s Hold Off Coppin in Battle for First Place in MEAC

First place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) women’s basketball standings was up for grabs when the Coppin State Lady Eagles hosted the Hampton Lady Pirates on Feb. 1 at Coppin State’s Physical Education...

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