Bowie State defeats Lenoir-Rhine 31-10 to advance to second round of NCAA Playoffs

From Bowie State Athletics: 10 LR 31 BSU Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F LR 0 3 7 0 10 BSU 7 10 7 7 31 BOWIE, Md. – The No. 10 Bowie State football team advanced to the NCAA Playoffs second round with a 31-10 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne Saturday afternoon at Bulldogs Stadium. The win extends the Bulldogs win-streak to 11 games as BSU will host Newberry next weekend also in Bowie, Md., at the Bulldogs Stadium. Game time has yet to be determined but will more than likely be at…

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Bowie State will be no.2 in D-II Playoffs; hosting Lenoir-Rhyne in opening round

From the CIAA: INDIANAPOLIS – The 2021 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II football playoff field was announced earlier today with Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) champion Bowie State earning the number two seed in Super Region Two.  The Bulldogs will host Lenoir-Rhyne on Saturday, November 20 at 1 p.m. at Bulldogs Stadium. The winner will advance to face the West Florida-Newberry winner on Saturday, November 27 at 1 p.m. Bowie State claimed their third straight CIAA title this past Saturday with a 17-7 win over Fayetteville State to finish with a 10-1…

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Bowie State wins third straight CIAA Championship, beats Fayetteville State 17-7

Courtesy of Bowie State Athletics : 7FSU 17 BSU Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F FSU 0 0 7 0 7 BSU 14 0 0 3 1 SALEM, Va. – The No. 12 Bowie State University Bulldogs claimed its third consecutive Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Football Championship Saturday afternoon, topping Fayetteville State University by a final score of 17-7 at Salem Stadium. The win also marks the third straight season Bowie State has defeated Fayetteville State in the title game. The Bulldogs become just the fifth school in history to three-peat…

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Bowie State hangs on to beat Virginia State, 51-44

From bsubulldogs.com: 44 VSU 51 BSU Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F VSU 0 3 20 21 44 BSU 14 7 16 14 5 Bowie, Md. – Senior Ja’rome Johnson (Washington, D.C.) threw two touchdowns and rushed for one in the second half as the No. 16 Bowie State University recovered after giving up 41 points to beat the Trojans of Virginia State University, 51-44 on Saturday in the highest-scoring game this season for both teams at Bulldogs Stadium. The win extends the BSU’s win-streak to six straight as the No. 16 Bowie State…

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From the CIAA : 2021 CIAA Football Standings2021 CIAA Football Composite Schedule2021 Statistics   CHARLOTTE – The 2021 football season continues with week five action as the cream of the CIAA crop begins to rise to the top. The final week of cross-divisional takes center stage before divisional play kicks off next week. Several teams across the CIAA look to make a statement as they set their sights on making a run to the conference title game and possibly the Division II playoffs.  Let’s examine how each team fared in this second week of…

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Greg Goings, Bowie State’s Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations to retire

Courtesy of Bowie State Athletic Media RelationsBOWIE, Md. – Bowie State Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Gregory Goingsannounces plan to retire in May 2021 after nearly 30 years of service. Goings is currently the longest serving athletic media relations director in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). “When I was blessed to be selected as the next athletic director for Bowie State University in January of 2015, Greg Goings was one of the first individuals who welcomed me to Bulldog Nation, said Assistant Vice President of Athletics and Recreation Clyde Doughty Jr. …

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CIAA Student Athlete Spotlight: Bowie State’s Justice Davis

From the CIAA: The CIAA Student-Athlete Spotlight presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors continues this week with a feature on Justice Davis of Bowie State University. Davis is a redshirt senior football student-athlete from Washington, D.C. He is a criminal justice major with a 3.25 grade point average. Athletic Accomplishments: Football – 2019 All-CIAA Second Team Selection Football – Member of the 2018 & 2019 CIAA Championship Teams Football – Bowie State Athletics Male Student-Athlete of the Year (2018-19) Something unique most people wouldn’t know about you:  “I am the…

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CIAA Student Spotlight: Bowie State Volleyball Player Bianca Tucker

from the CIAA: Up next, the CIAA Student-Athlete Spotlight, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors, features Bianca Tucker of Bowie State University. Tucker is a senior volleyball student-athlete from Edgewood, MD. She is a Business Administration major with a 3.12 grade point average. Athletic Accomplishments: Volleyball – Earned BSU Team Coaches Award (2017) Volleyball – Helped the Bulldogs earn a berth in the 2019 CIAA Championship Tournament Something unique most people wouldn’t know about you:  “I don’t have any special talents like singing, dancing or acting. However, after asking some…

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Bowie State beats up on Alderson Broaddus 42-14

From bsubulldogs: Alderson Broaddus (0-3) 14  Bowie State  (3-0) 42 Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F ABFB19 0 0 7 7 14 BSU 7 14 7 14 42 HISTORY Written by Kevin Parrish BOWIE, Md. – With nearly 2,000 fans in attendance for the matchup between Bowie State University and Alderson Broaddus University, it was the Bulldogs who prevailed over the Battlers 42-14, taking a commanding lead of the series matchup. A win is always an excellent thing for Bowie State Head Coach Damon Wilson, but even after a victory, there is still…

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Bowie State’s Joshua Pryor amongst six CIAA players on BoxToRow Preseason All-America Team

Bowie State redshirt sophomore Joshua Pryor is amongst six CIAA players named to the 2019 BOXTOROW HBCU Preseason All-America team. Other players from the conference included running back Tabyus Taylor and defensive back Sterling Hammond from Virginia Union; Tyeous Sharpe and Brandon Smith at punt returner and kick returner, respectively, of Fayettville State and Shaw linebacker Devon Hunt. The CIAA player tabbed for the team are a Who’s Who’s of the conference with Brandon Smith (special teams) and Devon Hunt (defense) are returning CIAA Players of the Year; Joshua Pryor is…

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