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Tag: Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC)
Are Video Games the Future of HBCU Sports?
As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on traditional fall sports, historically Black colleges and universities are leaning into a growing athletic trend – esports.
July 29, 2020
College Sports Stakeholders Prepare for a New Normal Under COVID-19
Athletic directors, coaches, conference commissioners and student-athletes await a clear vision of what the future holds. Campuses throughout the U.S. are closed except for essential staff and, in some cases, a limited number of students who are allowed to remain in the dorms due to lack of anywhere else to go. Classes are being taught […]
June 17, 2020
More HBCUs Selling Alcohol in Athletic Arenas
North Carolina A&T State University will join a growing list of HBCUs selling alcohol inside their football stadiums when the defending MEAC and Black College Football champions host backyard rival Elon University on Saturday.
August 29, 2019
Hampton Joins the Big South Conference
In a move that could cause a cultural shift and change the balance of power in HBCU athletics, Hampton University on Thursday announced that it is leaving the MEAC to join the Big South Conference.
November 16, 2017
2 Black Athletic Conferences Rethinking Holding Tournaments in North Carolina
Two Black athletic conferences have not moved scheduled championship events out of North Carolina in the wake of the state’s passage of a controversial law restricting transgender bathroom use but have not ruled it out.
September 15, 2016
HBCUs Break Through to Join College Football Bowl Lineup
Historically Black colleges are set to be back in the national spotlight this weekend when the ABC Television Network puts two HBCUs center-stage in this season’s first college football bowl game.
December 16, 2015
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