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
NCCU’s success in recent years culminated this season with the Eagles making the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history, boding well for recruiting.
LeVelle Moton's baby boy poised for return to his own crib.
Hop in for a ride around San Antonio with Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann.
When you’re N.C. Central and sharing Tobacco Road with basketball behemoths like Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State, there’s a premium on elbow room. “You’re constantly fighting for respect,” NCCU coach LeVelle Moton said. “... Unfortunately, often times we get lost in the shuffle, but we fight for our respect and hopefully people will take notice and understand that we play great basketball at North Carolina Central, as well.” NCCU put a bow on its season at the AT&T Center on Friday during the second round of the NCAA Tournament, losing 93-75 to Iowa State.
Georges Niang scored 24 points to lead third-seeded Iowa State over No. 14 N.C. Central in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament. Includes post-game quotes from N.C. Central and Iowa State.
NCCU plays Iowa State today at AT&T Center in a second-round NCAA Tournament game (9:50 p.m., TNT). It’s NCCU’s first time in the tournament, a monumental moment in the history of the program. But Coach LeVelle Moton’s mind is on his hospitalized baby boy.
The Eagles have landed in San Antonio. It’s time for N.C. Central to get back to work. The team’s next assignment is in the NCAA Tournament against Iowa State at the AT&T Center on Friday (9:50 p.m., TNT).
Overshadowed for years in its own crowded area code, N.C. Central is ready for its debut on college basketball’s biggest stage. In just their third season as a full Division I member, the Eagles have joined Triangle neighbors Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State in the NCAA Tournament.
New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton is not the bad guy that he's been made out to be, N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton said.