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    December 30, 2003
  • Virginia Union University has announced that head football coach Willard Bailey will be "reassigned to on-campus duties" effective January 1, 2004. Bailey completes a 31-year career with an overall record of 212-111-7 (160-70-6 at Virginia Union), making him the CIAA's career coaching leader.
    December 29, 2003
  • Funeral Services set for Nicholas Murray
  • Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, a former Central State University volleyball player has been chosen as one of the participants on the new TV reality show "The Apprentice" starring Donald Trump. The show will premier on January 8th, 2004 at 8:30PM on NBC-TV. Regular broadcast day and time will be Wednesdays at 8:00PM
    Omarosa, a native of Youngstown, OH, played Volleyball for four years at Central State and in 1996 was chosen to receive "The President's Award" given to the outstanding Central State student-athlete each year. She graduated in 1996 with a BA in Communications. She has completed a Master of Science degree at Howard University and will be awarded her PhD. in the spring of 2004. Currently she works as a Political Consultant in Washington D.C.
  • North Carolina Central University is mourning the death of former football coach and athletic director George L. Quiett. Quiett passed away Sunday, December 28 in Durham where he had been residing in a nursing home. Quiett was NCCU football coach from 1968-72. His 1972 squad won the MEAC (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) championship with a record of 5-1 in the conference and 9-2 overall.
    December 19, 2003
  • Greg Johnson is back as the next head coach at Langston University. Johnson replaces Harold Johnson who was fired early in December after two successive 2-8 seasons.
    The new coach is very familier with the school having served as head coach for six seasons from 1991-96 compiling a 35-30 record. He left to take the head coaching position at Prairie View and most recently was defensive coordinator at Jackson State.
    A native of Oklahoma, Greg Johnson's 1994 team reached the semifinals of the NAIA playoffs. Now he will lead the program's transition to NCAA Division II and possible membership in the SIAC.
  • AURN Black College Football Awards Banquet To Be Held February 12, 2004 in New York City
    December 2, 2003
  • Arkansas-Pine Bluff head football coach Lee Hardman has resigned. Hardman will assume a "yet to be determined" administrative position at the university. The Golden Lions finished 4-7 this year, giving Hardman a 28-33 overall record in six years at UAPB.
  • Texas Southern University Head Football Coach Bill Thomas Resigns
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