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Norfolk State Decade in Review – Football

Courtesy of Norfolk State Athletic Communications NORFOLK, Va. – When the spring sports season was shut down, it marked the end of a decade of Norfolk State athletics. From the fall of 2010 to the spring of 2020, it was a 10-year stretch that saw countless

N.C. Central Senior Salute: Softball

Courtesy of North Carolina Central Athletic Communications DURHAM, N.C. — The North Carolina Central softball team had its 2020 spring season cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the NCCU athletics department would like recognize its three seniors for their athletic achievements by highlighting their

Aggies Baseball Welcomes Back Eight Seniors

Courtesy of North Carolina A&T State Athletic Communications GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina A&T State head baseball coach BenHall announced on Tuesday that he will bring back eight seniors who had their season interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.   The eight seniors returning include 2020 Mid-Eastern

Norfolk State Senior Spotlight: Vini Da Silva and Andres Alcaraz

Courtesy of Norfolk State Athletic Communications NORFOLK, Va. – The abrupt end to the remainder of the 2020 NCAA spring sports season around the country has hit especially hard for senior student-athletes, who do not know if they will have the opportunity to resume their collegiate

JONAS JACKSON JOINS HORNETS’ FOOTBALL STAFF

By Delaware State University Athletics Dover, Del. (May 6, 2020) — Delaware State head football coach Rob Milstead has announced the appointment of Jonas Jackson as the new defensive line coach for the Hornets.  Jackson brings nearly 20 years of coaching experience to the position.He most recently

SWAC Mourns Loss of Legendary Coach and Administrator Marino Casem

By Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) LORMAN, Miss. – One of the most iconic figures in the history of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, Marino Casem passed away in his home Saturday afternoon at the age of 85. “The Southwestern Athletic Conference will forever be indebted to the