N.C. Central hired Carl Funderburk as the Eagles' tight ends coach, the school announced Thursday.
N.C. Central University trustees on Wednesday endorsed the idea of replacing the school’s women’s bowling team with a women’s golf team, starting in the 2016-17 school year.
Eagles welcome 30 new student-athletes early, aiming to ease their transition to college
By 8 p.m. Monday night, former N.C. Central baseball player Eric Kimber made history.
N.C. Central men’s basketball coach LeVelle Moton has interviewed for the Iowa State head coaching job, a source close to the situation confirmed to the Herald-Sun Sunday night.
N.C. Central men’s basketball head coach LeVelle Moton was selected as a court coach for the 2015 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team training camp, USA Basketball announced Wednesday.
Star receiver, return specialist had lost eligibility at NCCU
The intersection of athletics and academics at North Carolina perhaps offers added interest in Academic Progress Rate scores, which were released by the NCAA on Wednesday
Tia Clement and Imani Atkinson, two of the three N.C. Central women’s basketball players who had their scholarships taken away last month, are fighting to reverse the decision legally.
The Eagles still have plenty to play for with rival N.C. A&T coming to town this weekend.
N.C. Central and Duke will get together for a post-final exams baseball doubleheader Sunday, May 3 at Duke’s Jack Coombs Field at 1 p.m.
Five months before N.C. Central parted ways with women’s associate basketball coach Ronnie Enoch, Tonya Kirkpatrick began voicing her concerns about him to the school’s athletic administration. Kirkpatrick is the mother of a freshman player on the women’s basketball team who is one of three players whose scholarships were not renewed by NCCU.
Eagles' women's basketball associate head coach had been on paid administrative leave since March; 3 players have also been removed from the team
A Board of Trustees working group that’s reviewing N.C. Central University’s athletics program is meeting every week and should have its report ready for the board’s June meeting, the group’s chairman says.
Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m., NCCU will take on Florida A&M in one of the most historic major league venues in the country. Not only is the game a part of the inaugural HBCU Legacy Celebration weekend, but it's also the first first official conference-standing contest between HBCUs at a Major League Baseball stadium.