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Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

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  • State roundup: Navy men lose late lead, fall to Citadel

    State roundup: Navy men lose late lead, fall to Citadel
    Jake Wright scored a game-high 21 points, including three key free throws in the final minute, to lift the host Citadel (4-4) to a 67-60 win over Navy (2-7) on Saturday. The game stayed close throughout, and Midshipmen guard Brandon Venturini made a 3-...
  • North Carolina Central 61, Howard 39

    The Sports Xchange North Carolina Central 61, Howard 39 Anthony McDonald scored six of his game-high 21 points during a second-half run that helped North Carolina Central take command en route to a 61-39 victory over Howard in a Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: HU women gain first basketball victory, but volleyball team falls at UNC in NCAA

    COLLEGES: Women’s basketball: Hampton (1-5) gained its first victory Friday, rallying past Penn 58-43 Friday in Philadelphia by outscoring the Quakers 32-12 in the second half. The Quakers fell to 3-3. David Six, in his sixth season with HU,...
  • State roundup: UMES men lose to N.C. Central, 68-63

    Jordan Parks scored a game-high 20 points as the visiting North Carolina Central Eagles held off the UMES Hawks, 68-63, on Friday night in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both teams at Hytche Arena in Princess Anne. North Carolina Central...
  • Howard 54, North Carolina A&T 47

    The Sports Xchange Howard 54, North Carolina A&T 47 Sophomore guard James Miller scored 17 points, leading Howard to a 54-47 victory over North Carolina A&T in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener Saturday at Burr Arena in Washington, D.C. Junior...
  • Hampton 71, Coppin State 52

    The Sports Xchange Hampton 71, Coppin State 52 After both teams struggled in nonconference play, it was Hampton that kicked off the MEAC schedule with a 71-52 win over Coppin State on Saturday night in Hampton, Va. The Pirates and Eagles combined for...
  • North Carolina Central 68, Maryland-Eastern Shore 63

    The Sports Xchange North Carolina Central 68, Maryland-Eastern Shore 63 Jordan Parks scored a game-high 20 points as the visiting North Carolina Central Eagles held off the Maryland-Eastern Shore Hawks 68-63 on Friday in the Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • Hampton U. prepares for 2nd consecutive NCAA women's volleyball appearance

    Hampton U. prepares for 2nd consecutive NCAA women's volleyball appearance
    HAMPTON — On the surface, Hampton University’s second consecutive women’s volleyball conference title and NCAA team looks a lot like the first: veteran roster; similar record; challenging non-conference schedule. Oh, and by the way,...
  • Duquesne 81, Howard 63

    The Sports Xchange Duquesne 81, Howard 63 The Duquesne Dukes, one of the highest-scoring teams in the country, kept up that trend Tuesday night and ended the three-game win streak of the Howard Bison in the process, 81-63, at the AJ Palumbo Center in...
  • Morgan State's Lee Hull named MEAC Coach of the Year

    Morgan State's Lee Hull named MEAC Coach of the Year
    Morgan State football coach Lee Hull was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, and senior Darren Pinnock was named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year. In just his first season as a head coach, Hull helped Morgan State improve from a...
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: ODU's Aaron Bacote earns two national weekly hoops honors

    Men's basketball: Old Dominion junior and Bethel High alum Aaron Bacote was named the National Player of the Week by the Collegeinsider.com Lute Olson award and College Sports Madness. Bacote had a career-high 31 points in the Monarchs’ 73-67 win...