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It’ll be only HBCU with a team and one of 26 programs in the U.S.
It’s more than a game; it’s a weeklong affair in Birmingham, Alabama
Football, baseball, men’s basketball, men’s golf face postseason bans
Because of his work, he’s now in the College Sports Information Directors of America Hall of Fame
12 days in Botswana and Zimbabwe offered competition, growth and chances to give back
It’s a unique honor for the freshman to be chosen as among the best in the U.S.
As Tiger returns to the Masters, few blacks have followed his path into top-flight golf
Althea Gibson, Jerry Rice and Earl the Pearl, Sweetness represent the best of HBCU athleticism
Forty-three years ago, the upstart Bears upset top-ranked Washington and Lee in men’s lacrosse
Former Bison coach Lincoln Phillips describes him as ‘the glue’ for the NCAA title team