SIAC Basketball Week 2 Honorees

From thesiac.com: ATLANTA, Ga. (November 26, 2019) – The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) has announced its Men and Women Basketball Players of the Week. For women, Shanassia White (Benedict) was named Player of the Week, while teammate, Wykira Johnson-Kelly (Benedict) earned Newcomer of the Week for the second time. For men, Jordan Little (Kentucky State) was named Player of the Week, while Darweshi Hunter (Central State) earned Newcomer of the Week for the second consecutive week, released by the league office on Tuesday. Women’s Basketball PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Shanassia White, BenedictForward  |  Junior  |  St. Mathews, S.C. In Benedict’s only game last week, White had a double-double with 16…

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Miles defeats Oakwood 65-50

Courtesy of Miles College Athletics : On the night that players from the Miles’ 2018-19 men’s basketball team received their rings for winning the SIAC title, the current band of Golden Bears showed why they could very well do it again this season. Miles opened a 15-point lead in the first half, watched as it nearly all went away early in the second half, then turned the screws on the defensive end to post a 65-50 win over Oakwood Monday night at Knox-Windham Gymnasium. Avery Brown scored a game-high 15…

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Miles College: playoff bound

Courtesy of Miles College Athletics: For the second time in school history, Miles has been selected to participate in the NCAA Division II Football Championship. The team gathered on campus to watch the Division II selection show Sunday afternoon and the room erupted when the Golden Bears saw they were selected. Miles is seeded seventh and will travel to No. 2 seed Lenoir-Rhyne in the first round. The two teams will play Saturday at noon. It will be the first-ever contest between the two schools. “This is a big deal for…

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Miles College defeats Albany State 21-6 in SIAC Title Game

From ASU goldenrams: ALBANY, Ga.- The Miles College Golden Bears captured the 2019 SIAC Football Championship with a 21-6 victory over Albany State University Saturday afternoon at the ASU Coliseum. With the victory, Miles snaps the Rams’ win streak at two games and wraps the 2019 season at 7-4 overall. The game was a slow start for both teams they both finished the first quarter not adding points on the board.  Golden Bears offense came alive as they scored in each remaining quarter. Miles finished the day with 283 yards…

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Albany State pounds Fort Valley 42-6 in Fountain City Classic

From asugoldenrams: COLUMBUS, Ga. – Albany State completed its sweep of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Eastern Division on Saturday, Nov. 9, defeating rival Fort Valley State University, 42-6, in the 30th Annual Fountain City Classic at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium. With the win, the Golden Rams are now 23-7 against Fort Valley State since the rivalry game moved to Columbus in 1990. ASU (7-3) will carry a two-game win streak into next the SIAC Football Championship next Saturday, Nov. 16 when the Golden Rams will welcome the SIAC West Champion…

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Week 9 SIAC Football Recap

From thesiac: Standings | Schedule | Statistics ScoreboardTuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26Savannah State 53, Fort Valley State 24Lane 36, Central State 10Albany State 21, Morehouse 15Miles 17, Kentucky State 0Benedict 31, Clark Atlanta 7 Tuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26 Edward Waters scored a touchdown with 20 seconds left but missed its extra point and Tuskegee escaped with a 27-26 win over Edward Waters College Friday from Jacksonville, Fla. The victory pushed Skegee’s win streak to four straight and sets up a pivotal SIAC Western Division clash with Miles College next Saturday. Box Score | Recap Up Next:…

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November 2 SIAC Football Recap

Courtesy of the SIAC: Standings | Schedule | Statistics ScoreboardTuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26Savannah State 53, Fort Valley State 24Lane 36, Central State 10Albany State 21, Morehouse 15Miles 17, Kentucky State 0Benedict 31, Clark Atlanta 7 Tuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26 Edward Waters scored a touchdown with 20 seconds left but missed its extra point and Tuskegee escaped with a 27-26 win over Edward Waters College Friday from Jacksonville, Fla. The victory pushed Skegee’s win streak to four straight and sets up a pivotal SIAC Western Division clash with Miles College next Saturday. Box Score | Recap…

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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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Four Albany State golfers named to All-SIAC Men’s Golf First Team

From asugoldenrams.com : Peachtree City, Ga. (April 15, 2019)– Ten student-athletes have been honored as part of the 2018-19 Men’s Golf All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Team, as announced Monday. Headlining the All-SIAC Team are Albany State’s Chase McLain, the SIAC Player of the Year, and Spring Hill’s Peter Schilli, the SIAC Freshman of the Year. Miles College’s Leonard Smoot garnered SIAC Coach of the Year accolades. The All-SIAC Player, Freshman, and Coach of the Year was selected by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors, while the all-conference teams were decided…

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Albany State dominant at Alice Coachman Invitational

Courtesy of Albany State Athletics ALBANY, Ga. (March 30, 2019)– The Albany State University track and field team hosted the 26thAnnual Alice Coachman Invitational today at the Robert Cross Track & Field Complex.  Albany State University hosted Tallahassee Community College, Voorhees, Paine College, Edward Waters College, Southwest Georgia Track Club and Fort Valley State University.  On the men’s side, ASU finished first with 198 points. Edward Waters finished second with 100  points followed by Paine  (48) and Voorhees (40) finished in third and fourth place while Fort Valley State (20) rounded…

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