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Aggies set pace with eight first-place finishes

April 14, 2022

It is always great when North Carolina A&T’s championship and nationally renowned women’s and men’s outdoor track and field teams can compete inside its home facility, Marcus T. Johnson Track. But there is more to the exercise than fans getting a chance to see the successful programs perform. A&T moved the annual Aggie Invitational from […]

Globetrotters Dribble into Greensboro

April 14, 2022

The Harlem Globetrotters brought their signature ankle breaking moves and rim-rattling dunks to the Greensboro Coliseum on April 8 as part of its ‘Spread Game’ tour. The stop in Greensboro also gave a moment to honor Globetrotter legend and Greensboro native, Frederick “Curly” Neal. He grew up in Greensboro and graduated from Dudley High School. […]

Tar Heels’ Black Alumni go all out at Final Four

April 7, 2022

NEW ORLEANS – Tar Heels fans flocked to New Orleans over the weekend for the Final Four with four goals in mind: Beat Duke. Support Coach Hubert Davis, the team’s first African American head coach. Have Fun. Win a national championship. Three out of four ain’t bad. Among the throngs of fans, a close-knit group […]

A&T State University wins 2022 MEAC Bowling Championship

April 1, 2022

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. – North Carolina A&T State University won the 2022 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Bowling Championship Sunday afternoon at Pinboy’s at the Beach with a 4-0 victory over Delaware State. The top-seeded Aggies, ranked No. 5 in the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) Top 25 poll, won their second straight MEAC championship, third […]

Globetrotter “Zeus” visits Hayes Taylor YMCA

March 25, 2022

A member of the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters for the past 10 seasons, Julian “Zeus” McClurkin gave a basketball handling drill and empowerment speech Tuesday afternoon to children at Hayes-Taylor YMCA. McClurkin’s biggest message to the children was to never give up on your dreams. McClurkin is a testament to not giving up or letting […]

A&T men finish second at NCAA Indoor Nationals

March 19, 2022

BIRMINGHAM, AL. – On January 31, North Carolina A&T men’s indoor track and field earned the program’s first-ever No. 1 national ranking as announced by the United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and Track and Field News. The reaction at the time from A&T’s director of track and field programs Duane […]

N.C. State tops Miami for third straight ACC Women’s Basketball Title

March 11, 2022

Third-ranked N.C. State completed its chase to a third straight Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship Sunday, ending Miami’s upset-filled run in a 60-47 victory. Northwest High School alumna and N.C. State center Elissa Cunane (Junior, Summerfield, N.C.) scored 17 points and eight rebounds despite exiting the game for a stretch in the second half with […]

Broncos capture their first CIAA title since 1973

March 4, 2022

BALTIMORE – Top seed Fayetteville State made the most of their second straight CIAA basketball championship appearance. The Broncos relied on defense and free throws to gain their second conference tournament title in school history and their first since 1973, outlasting second seed Virginia Union Panthers 65-62 at Royal Farms Arena on Saturday. With the […]

Lincoln (PA) defeats Elizabeth City State, 67-52, to win CIAA

March 3, 2022

BALTIMORE – CIAA Player of the Year Bryanna Brown erupted for 28 points and Joy Morton sparked a late first-half run to key top seed Lincoln (Pa.) to its first-ever CIAA women’s tournament championship with a 67-52 victory over second seed Elizabeth City State at the Royal Farms Arena on Saturday. Lincoln (22-7 overall) finished […]

Grimsley wins Metro 4-A Tournament

February 25, 2022

The top-seeded Grimsley Whirlies defeated Northwest Guilford, 78-64, in a semifinal matchup and then defeated Ragsdale 80-78, in the championship Metro 4-A game. In Thursday’s semifinal game against the Northwest Guilford Vikings, played at Grimsley’s Bob Sawyer Gym, Grimsley led 35-27 at the half. The Vikings never got closer than nine points the rest of […]


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