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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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  • Reggie Holmes Shines at NBA Prospect Camp

    The Morgan State Bears basketball squad ended its season weeks ago, but that hasn’t stopped its best player from dominating the court. MSU senior star Reggie Holmes—one of 64 players selected to compete in the Portsmouth Invitational pro basketball exposure camp held last ...

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  • Nolan Smith Gives Marylanders Reason to Cheer

    Most Maryland Terrapins fans weren’t smiling when Duke claimed its fourth NCAA title on April 5, but maybe they should have. Although the Blue Devils are considered public enemy No. 1 to the fellow Atlantic Coast Conference member Terrapins, there’s still a reason for Marylanders to ...

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  • UCONN Survives Stanford, 53-47, to win Championship

    The Connecticut Lady Huskies (39-0) played perhaps their worst first half of basketball all season long in Tuesday night’s NCAA women’s championship game against Stanford in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The same undefeated UCONN team that won nearly 80 consecutive games by ...

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  • Moore Schools Baylor’s Griner in ‘Final Four’

    Heading into the NCAA women’s “Final Four” on Easter Sunday (April 3), many fans were wondering how the undefeated Connecticut Lady Huskies were going to contain Baylor’s 6-foot-8-inch star freshman Brittney Griner. By halftime, that mystery had been solved and replaced ...

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