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From The News Room


    December 29, 2002
  • Tennessee State University head basketball coach Nolan Richardson III has been placed on indefinite suspension by Athletics Director Teresa Phillips due to an undisclosed violation of university policy. Reports were not clear on whether the suspension was related to an ongoing NCAA investigation of rules violations by Richardson and his staff. Assistant coach Hosea Lewis will serve as acting coach until further notice.
    December 27, 2002
  • Jackson State University has named James Bell as its next head football coach. Bell comes to JSU from Houston where he was head coach and athletics director at Cesar Chavez High School. Prior to going to Houston, Bell had been defensive coordinator at Indiana. He brings over 20 years of coaching experience to the job including stints at Central Arkansas, Lamar, NW Missouri State, Louisville, North Texas and Wake Forest.
    December 12, 2002
  • Rick Comegy has resigned as head football coach and athletics director at Tuskegee University to become head football coach at Norfolk State University.
  • Prairie View A&M University has fired Larry Dorsey as head football coach.
    December 3, 2002
  • N.C. A&T Seeks New Leadership for Football
  • Raneika Bean of Howard University has been named the 2002 Independent Women's Soccer Player of the Year.
    A sophomore forward from Madison, AL, Bean scored 21 goals and recorded 2 assists for a total of 44 points in leading the Bison to a 6-9-1 mark this season. The most prolific scorer in school history, Bean had six contests with two or more goals, including three game winners to her credit.
    Also named to the All-Independent first team along with Bean were Karisma Horne and Michelle Williston.
    A junior defender from Arlington, VA, Horne scored four goals and had two assists for 10 points while Williston, a freshman midfielder from Windsor, CT tallied five goals and an assist for 11 points in 14 games.