Albany State blanks Tuskegee 21-0

ALBANY, Ga. – The Albany State University football team grows its winning streak to three on Saturday evening as the Golden Rams defeated the Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University 21-0 in a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) cross division contest at the ASU Coliseum. The loss dips the Golden Tigers to 1-4 overall and 1-1 in the SIAC while the Golden Rams improve to 3-2 on the year and 2-0 in league action. Tuskegee was held scoreless for the first time this season. The last time Tuskegee did not score in…

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Albany State set to host Tuskegee University

From ASUgoldenrams : ALBANY, Ga. – The Albany State University Golden Rams football team is set for its Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matchup against the Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University on Saturday afternoon in the ASU Coliseum. Kickoff for Saturday’s game is set for 5 p.m. GAME VITALSPurchase Tickets Online: Purchase ticket online by clicking HEREGeneral Admission: $20Youth (under the age of 17): $5*Youth tickets can only be purchased the day of the game.  News and Notes The Albany State University Golden Rams football team and the Golden Tigers of Tuskegee University will meet for the seventh…

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Morehouse releases 2019-20 Basketball schedule

From Morehouse Athletics: 2019-20 SCHEDULE ATLANTA, Ga. – Fall is approaching, which means that basketball fans are in luck. The Morehouse College basketball team has announced its 2019-20 schedule. This year, there will be 15 home games and 12 away. The schedule is highlighted by a trip to Winston-Salem, North Carolina as the Maroon Tigers compete in the SIAC-CIAA challenge on November 15-16 against Shaw University and Winston-Salem State University. The Maroon and White tip-off the season with an away exhibition contest against the University of Alabama-Birmingham on Nov. 1. MHC…

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Albany State announces Men’s Basketball 2019-20 schedule

From asugoldenrams.com : ALBANY, Ga. (September 12, 2019) – Albany State University head men’s basketball coach Patrick Gayle announces the 2019-20 schedule. The 28-game schedule includes 14 home games, and 14 road contests. The Albany State University Golden Rams will tip-off their 2019 season on the road at Valdosta State University on November 9-10th at the SIAC-Gulf South Challenge. The Golden Rams will return for its home season opener against Valdosta State University (Nov. 14) and Columbus State University (Nov. 15). ASU will then travel to Americus, GA, to play Georgia Southwestern State (November…

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Albany State Women’s Basketball 2019-20 schedule released

From asugoldenrams.com: ALBANY, Ga. (September 13, 2019) – The Albany State University women’s basketball team releases its 2019-20 schedule, a slate that includes 11 home games and 13 road contests. The Golden Rams finished last season with a 9-19 overall record. Albany State University will tip-off their 2019-20 season with the Regional Challenge hosted by Valdosta State University on November 8-9. Following that the Golden Rams will compete in the SIAC-Peach Belt Challenge from November 15-16th.  The Golden Rams will then have a two-game home stand against Georgia College (November 20)…

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NBPA Foundation provided scholarship grants to SIAC Athete-Students

From thesiac.com: ATLANTA, GA– The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Foundation has pledged a significant financial grant to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) to provide scholarship resources to SIAC member-institution basketball student-athletes to facilitate a path to graduation objectives. This program, in addition to a similar initiative at Norfolk State University, is part of an NBPA pilot project to support student-athletes at colleges and universities around the country. “We are extremely grateful to NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts and Sherrie Deans, who leads the NBPA foundation for their financial commitment to SIAC…

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Kentucky State’s Kevin Hayes inks pro deal

Courtesy of Kentucky State Athletics Former Kentucky State University men’s basketball player Kevin Hayes becomes the second member of the 2018-19 squad to sign a professional basketball contract. Hayes (Detroit, Mich.) has signed to play for Club del Progreso in Argentina. He joins former teammate David Jelks in the country. He marks the fourth player under Kentucky State University head coach Jamaal Jackson to sign a professional contract, joining Julius Barton and Toussaint Rose. “When we sat in Kevin’s living room, two of the things that we spoke about was Kevin graduating from Kentucky State…

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Kentucky State’s David Jelks signs with Argentinian pro basketball team

Courtesy of Kentucky State Athletics : Former Kentucky State University men’s basketball player David Jelks is headed to Argentina. Jelks (Conyers, GA) becomes the third Thorobred in the Jamaal Jackson era to sign a professional basketball contract. He signed with Tomas de Rocamore of LaLiga Argentina, and is currently the only American on the roster.  They finished 11th in the South Division a season ago. He joins Julius Barton and Toussaint Rose as the other two professional basketball players under Jackson. “I remembered all the hard work I have put in through…

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Third Annual Top 50 Camp presented by the SIAC, SWAC and the NBPA

From thesiac.com: NEW YORK, NY, July 18, 2019 — The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA), the Southwestern Athletic Conference (“SWAC”) and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (“SIAC”) are pleased to announce their continued partnership in hosting the 3rd annual Top 50 Basketball Camp. The Camp will take place July 26-28 on the campus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA.  Twenty-five of the best players from each conference will be featured at the camp in a model similar to the NBPA’s Top 100 Camp. Players will receive on-court skill instruction from current…

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Kentucky State’s Brooke Wallace signs with Icelandic team Haukar

From thesiac.com: Courtesy of Kentucky State AthleticsFormer Kentucky State University women’s basketball player Brooke Wallace is headed to Iceland. “In the beginning, I was in disbelief and overwhelmed,” said Wallace. “But now I am excited for the chance to play professionally. I have the best support system, and I know I can get through it all.” Wallace (Oberlin, OH) signed her first professional basketball contract Tuesday with Hauker, located in Hafnarfjorour, Iceland. She reports on September 1, and is the fourth player since head coach Terrance Slater joined the coaching staff in 2014. “I…

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