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  • Morgan State falls to Virginia Tech, 83-63, in men's basketball

    After taking an early lead, the visiting Morgan State men's basketball team could not stop Virginia Tech guard Adam Smith, who hit six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points in the Hokies' 83-63 victory Sunday. Guard Devin Wilson had 10 points, seven...
  • 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...
  • State basketball: No. 15 Terps women lose to No. 2 Irish for fourth time in row

    State basketball: No. 15 Terps women lose to No. 2 Irish for fourth time in row
    The last time the 15th-ranked Maryland women's basketball team played No. 2 Notre Dame was in the Final Four eight months ago. The outcome in Wednesday night's rematch was equally unappealing for the Terps in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Allen County...
  • 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-...
  • Tired Hampton U. women get past Morgan State 63-43 in MEAC opener

    HAMPTON — Three games in four days is hardly ideal for a college basketball team, particularly one that's a little depleted. But depth and pedigree carried Hampton University's women in their conference opener. Running on fumes, the Lady Pirates...
  • Knox's career-high 30 points lead Bowie State to 99-96 road win over Fairmont State

    Knox's career-high 30 points lead Bowie State to 99-96 road win over Fairmont State
    Senior guard Cameron Knox (W.E.B. DuBois) netted a career-high 30 points and Bowie State remained unbeaten on the road after edging Fairmont State, 99-96, on Monday. Four other Bulldogs (6-3) scored in double figures against the Falcons (5-3), with...
  • Previewing Morgan State's football game at Hampton

    Previewing Morgan State's football game at Hampton
    MORGAN STATE (4-4, 3-1) @ HAMPTON (2-6, 1-3) When: Saturday, 2 p.m. Site: Armstrong Stadium, Hampton, Va. Audio: 88.9 FM Series: Morgan State leads, 37-24-2 What's at stake: Saturday's 48-28 non-conference loss at No. 4 Villanova may have...
  • Late score lifts Morgan State over Hampton U. 38-35

    HAMPTON — In a season of near-misses, Saturday stands out as especially frustrating for Hampton University. The Pirates twice erased double-figure deficits and were two minutes from a signature win. But a poor start and the inability to defend...
  • Hopkins' Margraff sets state record for college football wins

    Hopkins' Margraff sets state record for college football wins
    Jim Margraff became the winningest college football coach in Maryland state history Saturday, as visiting Johns Hopkins stormed past Ursinus, 42-14. The rout gives Margraff his 175th career victory, passing Eddie Hurt, who won 174 games with Morgan...
  • State roundup: Morgan State defeats Hampton on late TD

    State roundup: Morgan State defeats Hampton on late TD
    Morgan State@N.C. A&T Saturday, 1 p.m. Video: ncataggies.com Radio: 88.9 FM Herb Walker Jr. rushed for three touchdowns and caught the go-ahead touchdown pass with 73 seconds left as visiting Morgan State slipped past Hampton, 38-35, on Saturday....
  • Hampton University enters stretch run as potential spoiler

    HAMPTON — Connell Maynor enters November in an unusual position: second-division spoiler. Hampton University’s first-year head coach has lost more games this season (seven) than in his first four years combined (six). He and the Pirates (2-...