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 […]
Football, Basketball and More: Keep Up With Black College Sports
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.
Black college sports don’t take a break when school’s out. There are classic schedules being announced, team swaps and even news on graduation rates among HBCU sports athletes. During the year, there are tournaments, Hall of Fame announcements and more.
Black college sports are serious business. Check back often to get the latest on your favorite team.
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 […]
The Black College Football Hall of Fame announced its seven newest members on October 23, 2013 in Atlanta, GA. The Class of 2014 includes six players and one coach. The inductees were selected from a list of 25 finalists who had been determined earlier by the Black College Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee. These […]
HBCU students, alumni and fans can look forward to the kickoff of another exciting college football season starting August 31st. True HBCU fans know that many of the top HBCU classic games have the best crowds, tailgating, parades and halftime shows in the nation. There is no party like an HBCU party. So mark your […]
There is no doubt that HBCU football classics are one of the most popular and exciting events in all of black college sports. These games are annual celebrations that bring together like-minded alumni and fans from the old school to the new school. The match-ups typically feature fierce long time rivals that leave competitive fans […]
Source: Big Lead Sports 1st & Goal in the Bronx: Grambling vs. Morgan State 1968” Debuts Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 7:00 PM, ET CBS Sports Network is going back to the future with a one-hour documentary, 1st & Goal in The Bronx: Grambling vs. Morgan State. The film recounts a game between Grambling and Morgan […]
When Keshia Campbell took the job of athletic director at Hampton this week, she joined a small, privileged class of women. She became one of six women to lead NCAA Division I athletic programs. Keshia Campbell will become Hampton’s first female athletic director Aug. 6. Credits: Hampton SID/Jeff Cunningham When she takes the reins of […]
Entry #15, November 28, 2010 Article by Omnidan: The 2010 Class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame including former Alcorn State coach Davey Whitney was enshrined last Sunday in ceremonies at the College Basketball Experience (CBE) and the historic Midland Theater in Kansas City, Mo. Joining Whitney in this year’s class were were […]