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Saturday, January 28, 2023

Aggies hold first place in Colonial League

January 27, 2023

Defense strategist and coach Tarrell Robinson has led North Carolina A&T women’s basketball teams to three Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) tournament championships and four MEAC regular-season titles. He is currently leading the lady Aggies to success in the Colonial Athletic League. In its first season in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), A&T is in first […]


Lady Rams secure victory over Falcons

January 19, 2023

WINSTON-SALEM – The Winston-Salem State University women’s basketball team defeated St. Augustine’s 86-54 Saturday afternoon inside the C.E. Gaines Center. The Rams improved to 9-6 (5-2 CIAA), while St. Augustine’s moved to 4-9 (0-5 CIAA). WSSU was led by Amaya Tucker who finished with 18 points and six rebounds. Valenica Carroll finished with 14 points […]


A&T welcomes new head football coach Vincent Brown

January 13, 2023

All it took was hearing that roaring battle cry from the tall, stout gentleman standing confidently at the front podium and wearing a white Aggie ballcap, and the folks inside A&T’s Deese Ballroom were immediately sold. “We want to build a physical and mentally tough team that plays with discipline, purpose, passion … and Aggie […]


Villains and Bengals Win HAECO Titles

December 30, 2022

Bishop McGuinness girls takes the HAECO crown The top-seeded Bishop McGuinness Villains (7-0), playing in their first ever HAECO Invitational, held off the No.2 Golden Eagles of Smith 45-39, to claim the Women’s HAECO Championship. Smith utilized 5-feet-10 center, Zoe Davis, to forge a 35-34 lead going into the fourth quarter. Davis finished with 15 […]


Bishop McGuinness girls, Smith boys advance in 46th Annual HAECO Invitational

December 23, 2022

The No.2 Golden Eagles of Smith High School opened the 46th annual HAECO Invitational with a 71-47 win over the No.7 Page Pirates. On the girls’ side, No.1 Bishop McGuinness rolled to an easy 67-30 victory over No.8 Grimsley. The HAECO Tournament is hosted at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center. Tournament play began Tuesday, […]


Whirlies advance to the NCHSAA 4-A State Championship

December 9, 2022

Grimsley and New Bern will play for the 4-A State Championship Friday night at UNC Kenan Stadium, in Chapel Hill. Game time is 7 p.m. The Grimsley Whirlies earned this win the hard way with defense. Weddington Warrior quarterback Tyler Budge helped break two ties in the game with touchdown passes to Griffin Reimer and […]


Grimsley advances to 4-A West Regional Semi-Finals

December 2, 2022

Grimsley 40, Hough 37 in Triple Overtime The Grimsley Whirlies advanced to the 4-A Regional Semi-Finals with a hard-fought, triple overtime victory over Cornelius Hough, 40-37. With the win, Grimsley will host Weddington (Matthews, N.C.) on Friday, December 2. The Hough Huskies led Grimsley 9-7 at the half. All the scores were on field goals […]


Gardner-Webb a formidable opponent to determine conference champ

November 18, 2022

For all intents and purposes, the 2022 FCS playoffs begin this weekend for A&T. Officially, the Aggies will have their regular season finale at Gardner-Webb on Saturday at 12 p.m., but the outcome of that contest will determine the Big South Conference champion and who gets the league’s coveted automatic bid to the playoffs. Both […]


A&T beats Norfolk State for sixth straight win

November 11, 2022

It wasn’t a flawless victory, but A&T displayed enough fire power against Norfolk State last Saturday to surge past a feisty Spartan team, 49-24, and remain unbeaten at home on a sunny afternoon at Truist Stadium. Despite being penalized 13 times for 115 yards, the Aggies led from start to finish, racked up nearly 400 […]


Winning Homecoming, Aggies remain undefeated in Big South play

November 4, 2022

The “Greatest Homecoming On Earth” was the scene of one of the greatest comebacks in A&T history last Saturday as the Aggies stormed back from a three-score deficit in the opening quarter to eventually outlast Campbell, 45-38, in a battle of first place teams in the Big South conference. Sophomore running back Bhayshul Tuten continued […]


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