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.
Ronald Thompson boosted N.C. Central into first place of the Southern Division of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference after a walk-off two-run blast to the roof of the warehouse in right field to lift the Eagles over Savannah State 7-5 in the 10th inning in game one of the doubleheader on Saturday at historic Durham Athletic Park.
With a year under his belt at North Carolina Central, football coach Jerry Mack is making a few adjustments in the coaching staff.
Assistant coach heading to Arkansas-Little Rock
Kahlil Stinson, a wide receiver transfer from Arizona Western Junior College had 10 catches for 127 yards and two touchdowns in the Maroon’s 36-33 win against the Gray on Friday in N.C. Central's spring football game.
Eagles soaring into second season of Mack's tenure
Hundreds of people gathered in the stands at Kelly-O’Riddick Stadium on the campus of North Carolina Central Thursday afternoon to mourn Tuesday’s death of senior Chekeria ‘KeKe’ Reid.
Ronnie Enoch, an associate head women’s basketball coach at N.C. Central University, is currently on paid administrative leave, effective March 16, 2015, the school said in a statement Thursday night.
Eight white Duke students met all-black NCCU team in 1944: The writing of “The Secret Game,” Scott Ellsworth’s new book about the South’s first integrated “college” basketball game, “happened by chance,” Ellsworth said.
Narrow NIT loss at Miami showed how well Eagles can play
Eagles fight to the end but can't catch Hurricanes
Less than 48 hours after finding out its postseason fate, the North Carolina Central men’s basketball team will take the court at Miami’s BankUnited Center (7 p.m., ESPN2)
After missing NCAA Tournament, Eagles travel to face Hurricanes from the ACC