MTN DEW teams up with the HBCU Esports League to highlight HBCU student gamers and fuel their drive into the competitive field of esports.
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Fisk University’s women’s gymnastics team got a boost recently from an unexpected source: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award winner Jennifer Hudson. The team caught the attention of Hudson, who is hosting a new U.S. daytime talk show, after a video of their first-ever practice went viral on TikTok in August, and they appeared on […]
Najee Garvin was one of 28 players invited to the inaugural HBCU Showcase at the NBA 2K23 Summer League in Las Vegas.
Ready Life, a new digital banking and payment processing platform designed to make first-time home purchases and small business growth possible for Black consumers, announced it would be the presenting sponsor of this year’s Denny’s Orange Blossom Classic (OBC), a four-day celebration of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. “As a Black-owned fintech, our mission is […]
The Boost Mobile Tip-Off and the Boost Mobile HBCU Challenge are two events in the Hall of Fame’s series of collegiate events.
The company has committed to a three-year partnership to support of HBCU student-athletes through the Black College World Series.
Ameshya Williams-Holliday, a third-round pick 25 overall, becomes the first HBCU player selected in the WNBA since 2002.
The adidas NIL program is rooted in the brand’s commitment to creating a more equitable future in sport and will be launched in four phases.