By: Hampton University Hampton University Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications junior Zoey Hodge has been named a Rhoden Fellow. Hodge will participate with the sixth class of the Rhoden Fellowship, named for award-winning sports columnist William C. “Bill” Rhoden. A partnership with Andscape [andscape.com] (formerly ESPN’s The Undefeated),
By: Scarlett Tiana Columbia, SC – 5/02/2022 – Mark Wright, sports journalist, documentarian, and avid HBCU supporter will address the members of the class of 2022 at Allen University’s commencement ceremony on May 7 at 10:00 a.m. A proud alumnus of Howard University, Mark Wright’s
Excel Sports Management already represents many of the world’s top golfers, including Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas. It just added the most famous player in college golf, as well. J.R. Smith, the former NBA star now attending North Carolina A&T, has signed with Excel to
HAMPTON, Va. (August 18, 2020) – Hampton University junior journalism and communications major Jonathan Scott has been named a Rhoden Fellow. Scott will participate in the fourth class of the Rhoden Fellowship – a one-year sports journalism internship program with ESPN’s The Undefeated that identifies and
Virtual Graduation Messages for the Class of 2020 from Former President Barack Obama, Toni Braxton, Jerry Rice and Other Prominent Black Americans – Inspirational and Encouraging Messages from More Than 20 HBCU Valedictorians and Ambassadors HAMPTON, Va. (May 20, 2020) — ESPN’s The Undefeated, will present ‘HBCU
by ESPN “The Last Dance” continues to reach massive audiences, averaging 5.8 million viewers across premieres of its first six episodes, which is 62% more viewers than the next-closest documentary debut on ESPN (“You Don’t Know Bo” in 2012). On Sunday, May 3rd, Episodes 5
By Celebration Bowl PR ATLANTA – The second invitation to the third annual Celebration Bowl to be played on Saturday, Dec. 16, at noon ET from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta has been extended to the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) college football champion, Grambling State University.
Featuring Hampton Roads Youth Foundation and The Undefeated Hosted at Hampton University HAMPTON, Va. — ESPN’s The Undefeated will host an in-depth round table discussion titled ‘From the 757 to the NFL’ with Super Bowl winning head coach Mike Tomlin; Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor