NCCU's LeVelle Moton can coach, shoot and throw.
Duke capitalized on three N.C. Central errors and turned other miscues by the Eagles into runs and won 11-2 at Durham Athletic Park on Wednesday.
Former NCCU associate head coach John Moseley takes over the basketball program at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo.
Attention after the NCAA Tournament has pertained to what the future holds for NCCU head coach LeVelle Moton, but the program's top assistant has made the first confirmed move.
N.C. Central wide receiver Adrian Wilkins emerged from the doghouse and made some moves during the Maroon-Gray spring game Friday evening that left first-year head coach Jerry Mack with a creative-writing assignment. Mack said he’s going to have to draw up some more plays for Wilkins.
A little bit of this and a little bit of that from Herald-Sun columnist John McCann.
N.C. Central will host its annual Maroon-Gray spring football game at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium (6 p.m., free admission) Friday, April 11.
Duke scored eight runs over the first three innings and never looked back en route to a 9-1 victory over crosstown foe N.C. Central Tuesday at Jack Coombs Field.
N.C. Central’s offense committed four turnovers during in intrasquad scrimmage at Rocky Mount High School on Saturday, one of which the defense returned for a touchdown.
There is no confirmation — no denial, either — from N.C. Central athletics officials that the school’s head basketball coach is a candidate for coaching jobs at Florida Atlantic and Marshall universities.
Voyager Academy coach Mike Huff says team ball is a beautiful thing.
Unconfirmed reports circulated Friday that N.C. Central basketball coach LeVelle Moton is on the coaching radar of Marshall and Florida Atlantic universities.
NCCU football coach Jerry Mack is keeping it moving at O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium.
NCCU athletics director Ingrid Wicker-McCree is not a member of the school's Board of Trustees but was present during a vote on a contract revision.
NCCU's Moton, Iowa State's DeAndre Kane know how to get things done