Carl Lut Williams
Black College Sports Page
Connell Maynor will now try his hand in the SWAC after stints in the CIAA and MEAC.
Maynor, the former Hampton and Winston-Salem State head football coach is to be named today (Monday, Jan. 15) as the new head coach at Alabama A&M.
Maynor compiled a 20-25 overall record, 17-15 in conference games in three years at Hampton of the MEAC. He went 45-6 in four years at WSSU including a 26-2 record in CIAA play. At WSSU, Maynor won three CIAA championships and made three NCAA Div. II playoff appearances including taking the Rams to the 2012 national championship game. WSSU lost to Valdosta State in the title game, 35-7.
Maynor is succeding James Spady who spend three years at A&M leading the Bulldogs to a 15-30 overall mark, 15-21 in SWAC play.