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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Fayetteville State Women Claim First Ever Title, Va. State and St. Aug Share Men’s Crown

February 20, 2020

WINSTON-SALEM – Fayetteville State claimed the women’s crown while Saint Augustine’s and Virginia State shared the men’s title at the CIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships at JDL Fast Track on Monday (Feb. 17). The women’s title is the first for Fayetteville State (123 points) in its second year of existence as a university-sponsored track […]


First Pitch Baseball Banquet Holland’s Jersey Retired

February 14, 2020

Al Holland, Sr., a North Carolina A&T State University baseball legend who pitched for the program in the 1970’s, became just the second former student-athlete in school history to have his jersey retired. Holland had his jersey retired at N.C. A&T baseball program’s 2nd Annual First Pitch Baseball Banquet on Saturday, February 8 in the […]


Panthers sweep cross-town rivals

February 7, 2020

GIRLS The Dudley Lady Panthers extended their winning streak to seven games with a 78-12 Piedmont Triad 3-A Conference victory over Smith. Leading 20-5 starting the second quarter, Dudley outscored the Eagles 28-0 to lead at the half, 46-5. The Panthers improved to 14-6 overall, 6-0 in the conference while Smith remained winless at 0-19, […]


A&T Women snap losing streak

January 31, 2020

After suffering back to back road losses, the Lady Aggies returned to the friendly confines of Corbett Sports Center to post a hard earned 58-53 MEAC victory over Delaware State. The Aggies led by 15 points starting the third quarter before the Hornets went on a 14-0 run. It was the Aggies’ (13-6, 5-2 MEAC) […]


High School Hoops: Grimsley sweeps HP Central

January 24, 2020

Boys The Grimsley Whirlies defeated the High Point Central Bison boys Friday night (Jan. 17) by a score of 69-55 in a Metro 4-A Conference match up. Grimsley was led by senior Ahmil Flowers with 14 points and Jayden Watlington added 12 points. They improved to 13-12 overall, 5-3 conference. Tre Hill led Central with […]


Panther Girls trounce Smith Golden Eagles

January 17, 2020

In a Triad 3-A Metro Conference opener, the home team Dudley Panthers defeated cross-town rival Smith. Final score was 79-16. The Lady Panthers jumped on the Eagles early and led 22-0 cruising to a half time score of 57-13. Marissa Wooten, a junior guard paced the Panthers with 22 points. They improved to 6-6 overall […]


A&T Women win MEAC opener over FAMU

January 10, 2020

The Aggies dominated Florida A&M from the tip and never let up. When it was over, they had their 25th straight MEAC regular-season win, a 71-44 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) triumph over the Rattlers. “I liked the first half. I thought we set the tone defensively,” said N.C. A&T coach Tarrrell Robinson. “We really did […]


Greensboro Day School HAECO champions again

January 1, 2020

Greensboro Day 62 Smith 57 Coach Freddy Johnson’s Bengals have won eight of the last nine HAECO Invitational tournaments. They lost in OT to Northwest Guilford in 2018. Early in the fourth quarter, Silas Mason gave the Eagles a 43-42 lead after trailing by ten. Tournament MVP Brock Williams, a junior guard from Greensboro Day, […]


2019 HAECO Invitational (Girls): Vikings upset Tigers

January 1, 2020

NW Guilford 52 Ragsdale 30 The defending HAECO champion Ragsdale Tigers were upset by the Northwest Guilford Vikings by a scores of 52-30. The Vikings won five of the last six tournament titles. After a close first half, Northwest led 25-20. Ragsdale was outscored 26-10 over the second half. Northwest was led by two All-Tournament […]


Time to Celebrate! Aggies win third straight bowl game

December 26, 2019

ATLANTA – In what has become an annual pilgrimage to a place known as the Empire State of the South, A&T once again proved to be the most dominant empire in the world of HBCU football. Matching their highest scoring output of the season, the Aggies raced ahead of Alcorn State before halftime and then […]


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