When NCCU smashed archrival N.C. A&T 84-44 here Wednesday, no one on the floor scored more than Ingram’s 20 points, some of those buckets set up by Emanuel Chapman, whose game-high nine assists helped illustrate why he’s the No. 4 ball distributor in the nation.
N.C. Central’s bitter rival went back to Greensboro chewing on the sour taste of an 84-44 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium on Wednesday. It was the largest margin of victory in the 143 games of the Aggie-Eagle series.
Early foul trouble for N.C. Central’s Khyra Conerly allowed archrival N.C. A&T to create enough space for a 59-47 road win here Wednesday.
After N.C. Central beat Delaware State on Saturday, the attention turned to today’s game against archrival N.C. A&T (7:30 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com). For the uninitiated, think Duke-North Carolina.
N.C. Central star Jeremy 'Jerm' Ingram appears to be emerging from a shooting slump at an ideal time with archival N.C. A&T visiting McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium tonight (7:30 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com).
Some good looks from the ACC and the MEAC.
Delaware State counterpunched and gave N.C. Central something it could feel. NCCU absorbed the blow, though, and won 62-52 in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium on Saturday.
On March 25, 1989, NCCU beat Southeast Missouri State 73-46 to win the NCAA Division II basketball title. On Saturday, the members of that team huddled once more during a ceremony honoring them at halftime of Saturday’s Delaware State-NCCU game.
The N.C. Central Lady Eagles outclassed Delaware State 75-61 in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium on Saturday.
Before Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski went on his Division I title runs with the Blue Devils, N.C. Central coach Michael Bernard in 1989 delivered Durham’s first national championship in basketball.
N.C. Central coach LeVelle Moton, with all due respect, just wants today’s game against his former NCCU coach -- Delaware State's Greg Jackson -- to be about the basketball.
Three N.C. Central players scored in double figures during a 71-55 win over New Jersey Institute of Technology in McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium on Thursday. Jay Copeland led the way with 13 points, 10 boards.
While Jeremy Ingram’s scoring average has dipped from 28.4 to 19.9, a coaching tip has helped Jay Copeland pick up a lot of the slack for the Eagles.
N.C. Central had three players score in double figures.
NCCU's Jay Copeland recorded his second career double-double in a win over Bethune-Cookman.