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From The News Room


    May 28, 2002
  • Morris Brown College has announced that they will be hosting a reception for the
    Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Delegate Assembly, while they are in Atlanta for their spring meeting. The social will take place on Wednesday, May 29th at 6:00pm in the Alonzo F. Herndon Football Stadium.
    May 25, 2002
  • Howard University's Andrea Gardner has made the opening day roster of the WNBA's Utah Starzz. She is the only HBCU draftee to make the final roster of a team. Southern University's Jacklyn Winfield was waived by the Starzz the day before the final roster was released.
    May 24, 2002
  • Shawn Walker Switches Basketball Offices at ECSU
  • NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships (5/24/02)
       (Streaming video of selected events courtesy of Livingstone SID Adrian Ferguson)
    St. Augustine's Dane Magloire and Ray Benjamin joined Albany State's Robert Smith as All Americans in the men's triple jump. Magloire finished second, Smith third and Benjamin fourth in the finals of the event.
    Clark Atlanta's Nikki Hill
    is an All American in the women's high jump finishing second in the finals.
    St. Augustine's Charlene Cummings
    and Fort Valley State's Sharlene Fuller are All-Americans in the women's triple jump. Cummings finished third and Fuller fifth in the finals.
    100M Hurdles:
    Fort Valley State's Sharlene Fuller won her heat with the fastest qualifying time of 13.46 seconds. She will be joined in the finals by St. Aug's Samayah Islam and Shaw University's Latisha McCoy.
    110M Hurdles:
    St. Aug's Anwar Moore won his heat and will be joined by teammate Jermaine Williams in the finals.
    200M Dash:
    St. Aug's Lancford Davis won his preliminary heat and qualified for the men's finals. Fort Valley State's Nadia Douglas, St. Aug's Libia Rodriguez and Lincoln's Moya Thompson all qualified for the women's finals. Douglas and Rodriguez won their heats and Douglas had the fastest qualifying time of 23.44 seconds.
    May 23, 2002
  • NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships
    North Carolina Central's Steven Enoch and St. Augustine's Maurice English have finished second and third respectively in the finals of the long jump competition.
    100M Dash:
    NCCU's Jason Smootsand Lincoln's Kevin Bartlett have qualified for the men's finals. St. Aug's Anna Teschemaker and Lincoln's Jody Kay-Martines have qualified for the women's finals
    400M Run:
    St. Aug's Lancford Davis won his heat and qualified for the men's finals. Teammate Nathaniel McKinney will join him in the finals. St. Aug's Libia Rodriguez and NCCU's Kennisha Moten won their heats to qualify for the women's finals. They will be joined by Lincoln's Moya Thompson and St. Aug's Shakirah Rutherford and Georgia Mullings.
    400M Hurdles:
    St. Aug's Adrian Findley, Marqueth Tard and Ednol Rolle have all qualified for the men's finals. Lincoln's Sedell Roberts and Fort Valley State's Sharlene Fuller have qualified for the women's final.
    4X100M Relay:
    N.C. Central and Livingstone qualified for the men's finals. (Streaming video courtesy of Livingstone SID Adrian Ferguson) St. Augustine's women and Albany State's women won their heat and qualified for the finals. They will be joined by Fort Valley State on Saturday.
  • Former Howard Baseball Coach Releases Book
    May 22, 2002
  • Texas Southern Associate AD/Sports Information Director Resigns
  • Howard University has announced the discontinuance of wrestling and baseball as varsity sports, effective immediately.
    Sondra Norrell-Thomas, Howard's athletic director, called the decision "very difficult, but necessary." "At this time, we lack the facilities to support baseball and wrestling," Thomas said.
    Howard will provide scholarships to all affected students for the remainder of their NCAA eligibility. All students wishing to transfer to another school will receive a release to enable them to immediately compete in baseball and wrestling.
    Following the announcement, Howard University's varsity program will consist of (19) varsity sports: eight (8) men's sports and eleven (11) women's sports. The NCAA Division I required minimum is 14.