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From The News Room


    April 28, 2003
  • UMES Bowling Season Ends at National Championships
  • Southern University has selected Michael Grant as its next head men's basketball coach. Grant comes to Baton Rouge from Wilberforce, Ohio where he had been head coach at Central State University for the past seven years. Grant was selected over Southern assistant coach Dave Valdery and Grambling women's head coach Rusty Ponton.
    April 20, 2003
  • Albany To Host 2004 SIAC Basketball Tournament
  • Hampton University softball coach Tiny Laster picked up his 400th and 401st career victory on Saturday (4/19/03) as the Lady Pirates swept Howard University, 3-0 and 5-1, in Hampton, Virginia. Now in his 13th season as head coach, the Tuskegee alum entered the season as the 17th winningest active coach in the NCAA. During his tenure, Laster's teams have won three conference championships and he is a three-time Coach of the Year.
    April 2, 2003
  • UMES Lady Hawks Make Bowling Sweet 16
  • Jackson State University has released the names of four candidates for its men's basketball coaching vacancy. Listed as candicates by Athletics Director Roy Culberson were JSU associate head coach Eric Strothers, JSU assistant coach Alan Perry, Mississippi State assistant coach Robert Kirby and Ole Miss assistant coach Wayne Brent.
    Culberson also indicated that he expected to interview "about eight to 10 candidates" this weekend in New Orleans.