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  • Maryland Too Much, Routs Morgan State, 62-3

    The Morgan State Bears won their first season opener in years last weekend with a close win against Division II opponent Bowie State. Unfortunately for the Bears, they had to follow up with a first-ever faceoff against Division I’s University of Maryland on Sept. 11. Maryland displayed ...

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  • Howard Soccer Standouts Honored After Earning 1st Win

    Howard University’s football team wasn’t able to win its first game of the season, falling to Holy Cross, 38-7, at Fitton Stadium in Worcester, Mass. But that didn’t stop Howard’s other football team from recording its first victory of the season. The Lady Bison soccer ...

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  • Terps Hire Black Athletic Director

    The Maryland Terps won its first game of the season against Navy Sunday night, but that won’t be the only time this season that Maryland will have to deal with the military. According to umterps.com, former United States Military Academy Athletic Director Kevin Anderson was named to the ...

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  • MEAC Honors Bears’ Brewer, Scarlett

    The Morgan State Bears handled business in its first game of the season, edging the Bowie State Bulldogs, 14-7, at Hughes Stadium in Baltimore. It was the first season-opening win for Morgan State since 2007. Morgan State (1-0) will take on an even greater challenge on Sept. 11 as they head to ...

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  • Morgan State Edges Bowie State in Season Opener, 14-7

    The battle of the best historically Black university football teams in Maryland kicked off in Baltimore on September 4 as the Morgan State Bears hosted the Bowie State Bulldogs at Hughes Stadium. Bowie State travels to Baltimore to face Morgan State once every year and has beaten the home team ...

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  • Bulldogs Blow Season Opener

    The Bowie State Bulldogs kicked off its season this past weekend, unfortunately, in losing fashion. Despite opportunities to win Saturday’s season opener, the Bulldogs fell, 20-14, to Seton Hill. Bowie State had six red zone possessions, with four coming in the first 30 minutes of the ...

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  • Former HBCU Track Star Named Fulbright Scholar

    Former Morgan State University track star Dakari Taylor-Watson was recently named a Fulbright scholar and will be heading to Terengganu, Malaysia, for 10 months next January to teach English to secondary school students. Taylor-Watson, who earned a degree in biology from MSU in 2009, was chosen ...

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  • Hampton’s Sanchez Picks up MEAC Honor

    Hampton University senior linebacker Julio Sanchez was recently named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Sanchez is easily the most outstanding player on the Hampton Pirates team, which was picked to finish fourth in the MEAC this coming season. The Miami, ...

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  • Kentucky to Face Possible Sanctions

    The University of Kentucky may face possible sanctions after a recent New York Times article revealed that former point guard Eric Bledsoe received improper benefits during his Alabama high school career. A story posted on the Times website on Friday reported that Bledsoe's high school ...

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  • Bowie Honors Student Athletes

    The Bowie State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics concluded its 2009-2010 athletic year May 2 with its 10th Annual Awards Banquet at Florian Hall. Athletic as well as academic awards were presented to members of each of Bowie State’s athletic teams. The evening began with ...

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  • Howard Fairs Well at Penn Relays

    The Howard University women’s track and field team put up a solid performance at the 116th annual Penn Relays this past weekend at historical Franklin Field. Senior runner Landria Buckley took home a second-place honor after finishing the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.03 seconds. ...

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  • Coach Howard Promoted after Successful Season

    The Lady Bison women’s basketball team finished with one of its best seasons in school history last season. And according to head coach Niki Reid Geckeler, their success was the result of hard work from her players and coaching staff. That’s why Geckeler promoted assistant coach ...

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