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  • Bethune-Cookman investigates potential football NCAA violations during Brian Jenkins' tenure

    Bethune-Cookman alerted the NCAA and launched an internal investigation last year following allegations of rules violations in the football program during former coach Brian Jenkins' tenure. Alabama State hired Jenkins as coach despite knowing about...
  • Saturday's local interest women's college basketball roundup: HU runs streak to 51 against MEAC opposition

    Hampton University's women's basketball team began its two-game trip to Florida by defeating Bethune-Cookman 61-54 Saturday in Daytona Beach. HU withstood a pair of second-half runs from B-CU. The Pirates (6-9, 2-0) have won three of their last four...
  • Saturday's 1/10 local schedule (updated Friday PM with Virginia Duals pairings)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Washington and Lee at Virginia Wesleyan, 2 James Madison at William and Mary, 4 Hampton at Bethune-Cookman, 4 Penn State-Harrisburg at Christopher Newport, 4 Old Dominion at Western Kentucky, 5:30 Norfolk State at Florida...
  • Unbeaten Princeton turns back Hampton U. women 75-63

    HAMPTON — If Hampton University's women don't win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference a sixth consecutive year, it won't be for lack of preparation or scheduling. The Lady Pirates played teams from the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, Southeastern...
  • Coppin State basketball coach Michael Grant says morale hasn't dipped despite 11-game skid

    Coppin State basketball coach Michael Grant says morale hasn't dipped despite 11-game skid
    Coppin State has gone 46 days since its only victory of the season – a 103-50 pasting of Division II Goldey-Beacom on Dec. 1. But despite an 11-game losing streak and a 0-3 start in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, coach Michael Grant insisted...
  • Monday's local college basketball roundup: Miami sophomore, Woodside High graduate Adrienne Motley earns two weekly honors

    Women’s basketball: Miami sophomore and Woodside High product Adrienne Motley was named the espnW National Player of the Week and the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week. Motley averaged 27 points and 7.5 rebounds in the Hurricanes&...
  • Organizer of fatal FAMU hazing sentenced to 6 years

    Organizer of fatal FAMU hazing sentenced to 6 years
    Orange Circuit Judge Renee Roche, saying that "forgiveness doesn't have a role in the legal system," sentenced former FAMU band member Dante Martin to more than six years in prison Friday for organizing the fatal hazing of drum major Robert Champion. It...
  • Robert McKinzie

    Robert McKinzie
    Age: 53 Family: Married to Deberenia McKinzie, four children Education: Bachelor's degree, Bethune-Cookman College, 1986 Occupation: General contractor and owner, Harper and Sons Construction Political career: Appointed to Fort Lauderdale...
  • No panic for Hampton U. women after recent losses

    No panic for Hampton U. women after recent losses
    HAMPTON — Two conference losses barely cause a ripple on most campuses, where outside of maybe the University of Connecticut women, the grind of league play takes a toll on everyone. Hampton University’s dominance of the Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • Teller left paralyzed in 1999 Mount Dora bank robbery dies

    Teller left paralyzed in 1999 Mount Dora bank robbery dies
    "Which one of you guys wants to die first?" Those were the terrifying last words a bank robber uttered to two tellers who complied with his order to fill a trash can with cash. He then fired 10 shots at the women, killing one and leaving the other...
  • Michigan nets Atlantic's Johnson; Heritage-Delray cousins pick Illinois

    Cousins Desmond Cain and Trenard Davis sat next to one another Wednesday as each put on a bright orange ballcap after signing to play at Illinois. The American Heritage-Delray seniors weren't a lock to sign to play together for the Fighting Illini. When...