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From The News Room


    November 27, 2002
  • Grambling State’s Eugene, Alabama A&M’s Mathis Named Top SWAC Players
  • The Montgomery Advertiser has reported that Alabama State University has hired Dr. Richard Cosby as its next Director of Athletics. Cosby comes to Montgomery from Stillman College where he had served as AD for the past 2 years. Prior to taking over the program in Tuscaloosa, Cosby was AD at Clark Atlanta University. He suceeds Rob Spivery who had served as interim AD in addition to his duties as head men's basketball coach.
    November 26, 2002
  • The Associated Press has reported that Florida A&M has fired both athletic director Ken Riley and associate AD Cynthia Dupont-Jones.
    November 25, 2002
  • A few football coaching vacancies were confirmed over the weekend. Ken Schoolfield has been released at Fort Valley State. Tony Felder has been fired at Benedict. John Wright will not return to Elizabeth City State and Mo Forte has resigned at Norfolk State.
    November 22, 2002
  • Saint Augustine's College lost to Indiana (PA) University, 3-1, and was eliminated from the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regionals. The Lady Falcons lost the first two matches 30-24, 31-29 before winning the third match 30-24. St. Aug lost the fourth match 30-28. The Lady Falcons finish their season with a record of 29-3.
    November 17, 2002
  • CIAA Champ Fayetteville State University (10-1) will travel to Johnson City, Tennessee to meet Carson-Newman College (11-0) in the first round of the NCAA Division II Football Playoffs, Saturday November 23. The Broncos are the only HBCU selected for the 16 team field.
  • Saint Augustine's Lady Falcons Three-Peat as CIAA Volleyball Champion
    November 1 , 2002
  • Running back Derek Watson has been reinstated to the South Carolina State football team, interim athletics director and head coach Buddy Pough announced Friday (11/01).
    "Derek is on schedule to complete those things that we have asked him to do since the last incident," Pough said. "We look forward to him finishing the season."
    Watson, who last played on Sept. 21 against Savannah State, returned to practice Thursday, and will accompany the SCSU team to Dover, Delaware for Saturday's 1 p.m. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference contest against Delaware State.