North Carolina A&T wins 2019 Men’s MEAC Outdoor Track&Field Championship

From meacsports.com : Final Results | Championship Central GREENSBORO, N.C., May 4, 2019—A dominant Saturday lifted North Carolina A&T State to the 2019 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) men’s outdoor track & field championship at the Irwin Belk Track. The Aggies won their third straight outdoor title and sixth overall. Duane Ross was named the meet’s Outstanding Coach. Bethune-Cookman’s Jeremiah Peters earned Outstanding Field Performer honors, while Wildcat Carlin Berryhill and Norfolk State’s Evans Cheruiyot were named Co-Outstanding Runners. North Carolina A&T State also swept the season – winning the MEAC titles in…

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Morgan’s Joshua Miles and NC A&T’s Darryl Johnson Jr taken in NFL Draft

From meacsports.com : North Carolina A&T State defensive end Darryl Johnson Jr. and Morgan State offensive tackle Joshua Miles were both selected in the 2019 NFL Draft on Saturday in Nashville, Tenn. Johnson, the reigning MEAC Defensive Player of the Year who helped lead the Aggies to back-to-back MEAC championships and Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl titles, was picked up in the seventh round on Saturday by the Buffalo Bills. He was the 225th overall pick. He led the MEAC in sacks this past season with 10.5, nearly a sack…

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Delaware State’s Jackson will step down after the season

From meacsports.com : DOVER, Del., Apr. 15, 2019–Delaware State head softball coach Amber Jackson has announced that she will leave the post at the end of the current season to serve a missionary tour in Africa. Now in her fifth season as head coach of the Hornets, Jackson’s tenure has been highlighted by two Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Northern Division titles, MEAC Coach of the Year honors in 2016 and a 56-25 regular-season mark in division games (.691). In 2016, Delaware State led all conference teams in total wins (30)…

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Six MEAC players named to BOXTOROW Men’s Basketball All-America Team

from meacsports.com : BOXTOROW unveiled its 2018-19 men’s basketball All-America teams on Thursday, and six players from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) were honored — including four members of the First Team. Highlighting BOXTOROW’s All-America First Team are Howard teammates RJ Cole and Charles Williams, while North Carolina Central’s Raasean Davis and Bethune-Cookman’s Cletrell Pope are also on the team. Cole is the reigning MEAC Player of the Year, and earlier this week, he was named All-America Honorable Mention by the Associated Press (AP). Cole and Williams were also First…

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March 29-31 MEAC Track& Field Recap

From meacsports.com : Morrison, Nichols Highlight B-CU At Embry-Riddle DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Embry-Riddle’s known for having a fast track, but this weekend’s Spikes Classic for Bethune-Cookman was highlighted by the jumps. Results | Recap Four Aggies Win at Florida Relays GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Senior Kayla White picked up where she left off from indoor, junior Trevor Stewart continued his winning ways during the outdoor season and freshman Brandon Hicklin and junior Akeem Sirleaf picked up major wins at the prestigious Florida Relays over the weekend at Percy Beard Track. Results | Recap NCCU Jumpers Shine at Raleigh…

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MEAC Announces 2019 ESPNU Baseball and Softball TV Schedule

From meacsports.com : NORFOLK, Va., April 1, 2019—The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced the baseball and softball regular-season games that will be televised live on ESPNU. On Sunday, April 7, Savannah State will visit Tallahassee, Fla. to take on legendary head coach Veronica Wiggins and Florida A&M for an 11 a.m. match-up. The contest, which features the perennially-contending Lady Rattlers, will be shown on ESPNU from the Lady Rattler Softball Complex. ESPNU will also be in Greensboro, N.C. on Friday, April 26 at 1 p.m. to broadcast the first…

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MEAC announces weekly Track&Field Honorees

From meacsports.com: NORFOLK, Va., March 27, 2019—South Carolina State senior Tyrell Richard was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men’s Track Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced today, while North Carolina A&T State sophomore TeJyrica Robinson was selected as Women’s Track Athlete of the Week. Bethune-Cookman senior Jeremiah Peters earned Men’s Field Athlete of the Week honors, while Bethune-Cookman sophomore Monae Nichols was named Women’s Field Athlete of the Week. Richard (Sr., Georgetown, S.C.) picked up right where he left off from the indoor season, winning the 200-meter dash at the Buccaneer Invitational this past weekend with…

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North Carolina A&T upsets nationally-ranked South Carolina

From meacsports.com : Box Score COLUMBIA, S.C. – North Carolina A&T State baseball’s historic weekend carried over into this week. Days after sweeping Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) foe Bethune-Cookman for the first time, the Aggies earned one of the biggest upset wins in program history by defeating the University of South Carolina 2-0 Tuesday night at Founders Park. The Aggies beat a Gamecocks program out of the Power Five conference SEC with two national championships, six College World Series championship game appearances and 11 College World Series appearances. More importantly, the Aggies (15-9) have…

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Colorado defeats Norfolk State 76-60 in NIT Second Round

From meacsports.com: BOULDER, Colo. – A big first half run made the difference on Monday night, as Colorado defeated the Norfolk State men’s basketball team by a 76-60 margin in the NIT second round at the CU Events Center. The Buffaloes turned a tight game toward their favor thanks to a 19-3 run. They went into half up by 20, although the Spartans outscored them by four in the second half. NSU saw its season come to a close at 22-14 following its second ever postseason victory last Wednesday at Alabama.…

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Golden’s 25 not enough for Bethune-Cookman in Tourney Debut

From meacsports.com: Box Score SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Bethune-Cookman’s first trip to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament ended with a 92-50 loss to defending national champion Notre Dame, a life-defining experience to cap off an incredulous run and one more 20-point outburst from Angel Golden. The senior from Tampa, Fla., scored a game-high 25 points, but the Fighting Irish’s height, depth and just about everything else sent Notre Dame to the second round, where it will host Michigan State Monday evening. Arike Ogunbowale scored 23 points and Jessica Sheppard 22 as…

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