In North Carolina Central University’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance at the Division I level, the Eagles ran into a ninth-ranked Iowa State Cyclone squad that simply couldn’t miss on the way to a 93-75 defeat, ending a historic season for the program on Friday night inside the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. The maroon […]
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Few things on an HBCU campus drive the level of excitement as black college sports. There are football classics, fall basketball games and who can forget homecoming? Whichever campus you attend, HBCU sports are sure to be a source of campus pride and passion and HBCU Lifestyle is here to keep you up to date with the latest in black college sports.
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After winning the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament, North Carolina Central University now knows its fate in the NCAA Tournament as the Eagles were selected as a 14-seed in the East Region and will battle the third seeded Cyclones of Iowa State on Friday night at approximately 9:00 p.m. (CT) from the AT&T Center in San […]
The No. 8 seed Golden Tigers of Tuskegee defeated the No. 3 seed Statesmen of Delta State 80-59 to advance to the Elite Eight of the 2014 NCAA Division II tournament. Tuskegee (21-11) was led by guard Kevin May, who scored a game-high of 24 points to go along with his five assists and three […]
The #8 seed Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University defeated the #4 seed Lions of North Alabama, 93-87, in the South Region semifinals of the Men’s 2014 NCAA Division 2 Basketball Tournament. Tuskegee (20-11) used a 20-9 first half run while shooting 53% (20-38) from the field to secure a 50-36 halftime lead. For the game, […]
Prairie View A&M 63, Texas Southern 58 Last years SWAC basketball tournament champions, Prairie View A&M, picked up its fourth consecutive championship title with a close 63-58 upset over in-state rival and No. 2 seed Texas Southern on Saturday at Toyota Center. Jeanette Jackson fueled PVAMU (14-17), scoring 22 points, shooting a perfect 10 from […]
Aaric Murray scored 27 points and 10 rebounds to lead Texas Southern University to a 78-73 win over Prairie View in the SWAC Tournament championship game on Saturday and a berth in the NCAA tournament. It was his seventh double-double of the season. The win clinches the Tigers’ fifth NCAA tournament bid in school history […]
Jeremy Ingram scored a game-high 29 points, but it was some deft free throw shooting that proved to be the difference as North Carolina Central pulled away to a 71-62 win over Morgan State in the MEAC Tournament championship at the Norfolk Scope. In the process, the Eagles (28-5) capture their first ever MEAC tournament […]
The 2013 black college football season has been nothing short of crazy both on and off the field. The unexpected firing of Grambling’s legendary head coach Doug Williams, which lead to a player boycott of the Grambling state – Jackson State football game. That protest lead to Grambling forfeiting of Jackson State’s homecoming game. At […]