Make that 21 home wins in a row for N.C. Central. The latest NCCU victory in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium arrived in the win column Monday night against Florida A&M, a 92-49 decision that avenged NCCU's only MEAC loss of the year.
Jasmine Grice.scored 18 points in the first half against N.C. Central as Florida A&M built an 11-point halftime lead en route to a 70-63 win on Monday.
Eagles welcome the only MEAC team to topple them to their "Jungle" tonight
N.C. Central’s Jessica Freeman went to the well and dipped big buckets for the Lady Eagles until the shots dried up in double overtime against Bethune-Cookman. It took the Wildcats an extra 10 minutes beyond regulation to finally scratch the Eagles in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium on Saturday. The visitors from Daytona Beach, Fla., beat NCCU 66-60.
Reggie Groves scored 15 points and N.C. Central trampled Bethune-Cookman 77-54 on Saturday, expanding their winning streak to nine games while staying atop the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
The MEAC-leading Eagles haven’t been perfect, but they’ve been awfully good, riding an eight-game winning streak they hope to continue Saturday when Bethune-Cookman visits McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium (4 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com).
Less than a month after starting his new job as the head football coach at N.C. Central, Jerry Mack announced 16 recruits as part of the Eagles’ recruiting class.
NCCU's Racquel Davis was perfect from the field.
NCCU has one eight games in a row.
NCCU gets to deal with East Carolina this season.
The Eagles are back on the court tonight at Maryland Eastern Shore (7:30 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com).
Jeremy Ingram scored 16 points to lead N.C. Central to its seventh straight win by defeating Howard 79-65 Saturday.
Once the hunters, the Eagles have assumed the role of the hunted, particularly now as they sit atop the MEAC. Next up is Howard on the road Saturday (4 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com).
The “Euro step” N.C. Central forward Karamo “K.J.” Jawara uses to get to the basket is very legitimate. The guy’s actually from Europe.
N.C. Central snatched control of its postseason destiny with a razor-thin comeback win against Morgan State in front of a McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium crowd that gave the Bears an earful.