SIAC Footballers of the Week

Courtesy of the SIAC: Ike Brown (Lane) was named Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC)Football Offensive Player of the Week, while Nijul Canada (Lane) earned Defensive Player of the Week, released by the league office on Monday. Arnes Huskic (Tuskegee) was also tabbed Special Teams Player of the Week alongside Kaz Dina (Central State) who earned Newcomer of the Week. OFFENSIVE – Ike Brown, Lane | Running Back  |  Sophomore  |  Shreveport, La. Brown accounted for 137 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns in Lane’s win over Tennessee State University. The sophomore caught a 13-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to put the Dragons ahead 20-17. In…

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Benedict smacks around Fort Valley, 45-13

Courtesy of Benedict College Athletics 45  BCFB 13 FVSU Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F BCFB 13 7 20 5 45 FVSU 6 0 0 7 13 FORT VALLEY, Ga. – In the battle of unbeatens, the Benedict College Tigers dominated the Fort Valley State Wildcats 45-13 on Saturday. Benedict gained 473 yards, rushing for a season-high 299 yards, while Benedict’s top-ranked defense held the SIAC’s third-ranked offense to a season-low 207 yards. The Tigers improve to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the SIAC. Fort Valley State falls to 4-1…

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Albany State v Miles College: Preview and Prediction

Saturday the two teams that were predicted to end up atop the Eastern and Western Divisions, respectively, Albany State and Miles College will meet. Albany State ( 3-1, 1-0) enters the contest fresh off a 35-0 shutout of Clark Atlanta last Saturday. In terms of pure statistical output, it was a rather plebeian effort by many of the rams offensive players, quarterback Dionte Bonneau completed 10/15 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown, receivers Ralph Lovett III and Joe Shorter accounted for 64 and 48 yards, respectively. Kam Ward did…

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Albany State Volleyball wins five straight games

Courtesy of Dr. Earnest Brown, Albany State Athletics The Albany State Golden Rams volleyball team did the unthinkable when they won 5 games in 2 days without losing a set at the 2022 SIAC Volleyball Crossover Tournament on September 23-24, in Cartersville, Georgia.  The Golden Rams won 15 straight sets against 5 conference opponents. On Friday, September 23, the Golden Rams opened the 2022 SIAC Crossover by defeating Central State University in 3 sets.  In game 2, the Golden Rams defeated Kentucky State University in 3 sets. On September 24, the Golden…

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Spring Hill Volleyball remains unblemished in conference play, sweeps SIAC Crossover

Courtesy of Spring Hill Athletics EMERSON, Ga.  – The Spring Hill College volleyball team remains undefeated in Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) play after it swept Clark Atlanta, Savannah State and Fort Valley State at the SIAC Crossover on Saturday. Spring Hill swept Clark Atlanta (25-11, 25-13, 25-16) in its first match of the day at the LakePoint Sports Complex. Taylor Fontenelle recorded a season high five services aces en route to the Badgers’ three-set sweep of the Panthers. SHC faced Savannah State (25-14, 25-12, 25-11) in its second match of…

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Savannah State Volleyball gets three wins at SIAC Crossover

Courtesy of Savannah State Athletics CARTERSVILLE, Ga. – Savannah State volleyball picked up three big wins this weekend at the 2022 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Crossover. The Lady Tigers played five matches over two days against SIAC West teams in the LakePoint Sports Center in Cartersville, Georgia. With every team in the conference facing off in cross-divisional matches over the two-day tournament, the wins and loss shifted the conference standings. Savannah State moved into third place in the SIAC East Division following their wins. They are 6-8 overall this…

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SIAC September 24, 2022 Football Recap

Courtesy of the SIAC 2022 SIAC Football Standings2022 SIAC Football Composite Schedule2022 SIAC Football Statistics Fort Valley State 44, Bluefield State 27Recap | Box Score BLUEFIELD, W.Va. – For only the second time in program history, the Wildcats played in West Virginia and held strong down the stretch. Fort Valley State weathered the Bluefield State first-half storm and outplayed the home team in the final half for the 44-27 football win Saturday afternoon. Next Opponent: Benedict College (October 1 @ 2 p.m. – Homecoming)  Miles 24, Central State 14Recap | Box Score WILBERFORCE, Oh. – After three tough losses to open…

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Albany State blanks Clark Atlanta 35-0

Clark Atlanta has scored against Albany State since September 28, 2019, a five-yard pass from then CAU quarterback Charles Stafford to Corey King, a garbage-time score in a 54-19 donkey-kicking from the Golden Rams. Last season Albany State steamrolled Clark, 49-0 and the scoreless drought continues with a 35-0 blanking at the hands of the Golden Rams on Saturday. Albany State scored on their second offensive possession, traveling 68 yards in 10 plays, getting in the end zone on a one-yard run from quarterback Dionte Bonneau to put the Golden…

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Week 3: SIAC volleyball Players of the Week

Bre’elle Hawkins (Lane) was named Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week, while Jayla Neely (Allen) earned Defensive Player of the Week, released by the league office on Tuesday. Kayla Chambliss (Allen)was also tabbed Setter of the Week alongside Fatima Ramirez (Edward Waters) who earned Newcomer of the Week. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Bre’elle Hawkins, Lane| Outside Hitter | Senior | Riverview, FL Hawkins led the Dragons to a 4-0 week including two SIAC wins over Benedict and Allen. The senior had 63 points with 52 kills and 10 aces. Hawkins currently leads the SIAC in aces…

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Albany State Tennis finishes 8th at HBCU Tennis Championship

The Albany State tennis team took part in and finished 8th the 2022 HBCU National Tennis Championship that were held September 15-18 in Atlanta, GA. Albany State’s Natalya Ogunwale and Asia Raulerson advanced to the Women’s B Doubles Championship where they were defected 6-1 by Xavier University of Louisiana’s duo of Tianna Dixon and McKenna Wheatley. Here is how the standings shook out: Women’s StandingsXavier University of Louisiana – 25North Carolina Central University – 22.5Alabama A&M University – 22Alabama State University – 21.5Florida A&M University – 21Shaw University – 16Tennessee State University…

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