Two days removed from one of the worst losses in the last five years, the N.C. Central men's basketball team got just what it needed — a trip home and a big win.
For a brief moment Wednesday night, it looked like N.C. Central could be in for a surprise.Barber-Scotia, a Division II program from Concord, capitalized on an NCCU turnover on its first possession and scored the first points of the game less than 30 seconds in. But that was the only lead the Sabers would hold as the Eagles came out on top 108-52 in their first home game in more than two weeks.
NCCU hosts Barber-Scotia on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
N.C. Central had 30 turnovers that Syracuse cashed in for 29 points.
Maryland takes control in first half to stop NCCU
NCCU drops in on No. 19 Maryland tonight before facing Memphis on Monday.
NCCU outscored Howard 32-30 in the second half but was unable to make up the ground it surredered in the first half.
Eagles shoot way to second MEAC win of season
N.C. Central opened its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference season with a 68-63 road win at Maryland-Eastern Shore Friday night as Jordan Parks posted 20 points and 10 rebounds.
The North Carolina Central University baseball program will host 30 games at the Durham Athletic Park (DAP) during the 2015 season as fourth year head coach Jim Koerner announced.
Heading into its first conference games of the season in the midst of a brutal eight-game marathon, the N.C. Central men’s basketball team found its secret weapon. It’s not a player, a new play or even a new pair of shoes. Oh no, coach LeVelle Moton’s squad has unlocked the power of the ice bath.
Both NCCU coach LeVelle Moton and his team's fans have lofty expectations for the Eagles.
The league is addressing educational costs, loss-of-value insurance and scholarship renewals for its student athletes.
Some players are too selfish. But N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton said it's just the opposite for senior forward Karamo Jawara.
N.C. Central used a 14-2 run midway through the second half and played lockdown defense the rest of the way to hold off the Lumberjacks of Northern Arizona 40-36 to win the 2014 Emerald Coast Classic consolation bracket championship.