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From The News Room

    March 29, 2003
  • The SIAC formally introduced new commissioner William Lide at a press conference, Friday, in Atlanta. Dr. Lide comes to the conference office from the University of Central Arkansas where he was Director of Athletics. He succeeds Robert Vowels, who left to become Commissioner of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
    March 28, 2003
  • Johnson C. Smith's Marco Spears and Bowie State's Tim Washington have been named NABC Division II All-Americans. Spears was selected to the second team while Washington was a third team selectee.
    Washington and St. Augustine's Patrick Pope made the Daktronics Division II All American Team. Washington was picked for the second team while Pope made the third team.
  • Central State's Kelly Adams and Dillard's Theresa Samuelshave been named First Team NAIA All-Americans in women's basketball. Joining them on the team are Teaira Harrison of Central State (3rd Team) and Cynthia Hogg of Langston (Honorable Mention).
    March 24, 2003
  • Alcorn State Names Moses DuPre' Compliance Coordinator
  • Pairings have been announced for the NAIA Division I men's basketball tournament in Kansas City Missouri.
    On Wednesday, March 26, Dillard (LA) (13-18) will meet Houston Baptist, at 2:15pm and Jarvis Christian (18-16) takes on McKendree (IL) at 8:45pm.
    Thursday, Southern-New Orleans (22-4) faces Reinhardt (Ga) at 10:45am and Barber-Scotia (25-8) meets Westminster (UT) at 2:15pm.
    Winners will advance to the second round on Friday, March 28.
    March 17, 2003
  • Pairings have been announced for the NCAA Division I men's and women's basketball tournaments. SWAC men's champ Texas Southern gets first dibs, facing UNC-Asheville in the opening round game, Tuesday, March 18, in Dayton. The winner will face top seeded Texas as the #16 seed in the South Region, Friday in Birmingham..
    MEAC men's champ South Carolina State is seeded #16 in the East Region and will meet #1 seed Oklahoma, Thursday, March 20, in Oklahoma City.
    SWAC women's champ Alabama State will face top seeded Tennessee in the Mideast Regional, Saturday, March 22, in Knoxville. ASU will be making its first-ever appearance in the tournament and enters as the #16 seed.
    MEAC women's champion Hampton was seeded #15 in the West Region and will face #2 Texas, Sunday, March 23, in Cincinnati.