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  • UDC Falls to 0-2 as Bowie State Wins Season Opener

    UDC freshman Philip Izevbehai scored 23 points on 7 of 10 shooting from the field against the local rival Bowie State Bulldogs on Nov. 15, but that wasn’t enough to keep his team from falling to 0-2 to start the college basketball season. Fifteen of Izevbehai’s team-high 23 points ...

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  • Howard Splits First Two Games of Season

    The Howard Bison basketball team opened its season with an impressive 54-52 win over tough non-conference opponent Bowling Green, giving new head coach Kevin Nickelberry his first career victory at Howard. The win didn’t come easy, but it was just the type of fight Nickelberry expected ...

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  • Clark Plays for Grandmother, Leads Hoyas to Win

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jason Clark knew he had to play. It’s what his grandmother, Janetta Clarke, would’ve wanted. Not only did Clark play, he played one of the best games of his career on the day his grandma passed away as Georgetown cruised to a 69-53 win over Tulane. “I ...

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  • Bison Drop Fifth in a Row to Bethune-Cookman

    The Howard Bison dropped their fifth straight game in a 35-20 loss to the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats Nov. 13 in Daytona Beach, FL. Howard (1-9) battled back from a 21-0 halftime deficit behind three touchdown passes from Terry Bradden. The senior connected with Daley Gunter for a 27-yard score in ...

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  • Shaw Edges Virginia State 14-7 to Claim CIAA Championship

    The Central Interscholastic Athletic Association (CIAA) football championship game was a tale of two stories Saturday, Nov. 14 at Durham County Stadium. You would think the Shaw University Bears completely toppled the Virginia State University Trojans (VSU) by looking at the box score. Shaw out ...

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  • South Carolina State Rips Morgan State, 32-10

    The Ravens weren’t the only team from Baltimore featured in a Thursday night football special. Unfortunately for the Morgan State Bears, they didn’t have nearly as much success as the Ravens, falling to the South Carolina State (SCSU) Bulldogs, 32-10, in an ESPNU televised game at ...

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  • Grambling Ranked No. 1 for Fourth Straight Week

    NEW YORK/Fuquay-Varina, N.C.—For the fourth-straight week, the Grambling State Tigers (8-1) sit atop the latest editions of the Boxtorow.com/BASN HBCU Football top-10 Power Ranking polls. Winners of eight straight games, the Tigers received nine of 13 first-place votes in the coaches poll ...

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  • UDC Ends Volleyball Season with 20-8 Record

    The University of the District of Columbia Firebirds Women’s Volleyball Team recently ended their regular season in winning fashion with a 3-0 shutout victory over the Virginia State University Trojans. Senior middle hitter Karen Trevino led the Firebirds with 12 kills, two service aces, ...

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