MEAC Announces 2017 Weeknight Football Television Schedule

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced its weeknight television schedule for the 2017 football season. This year’s ledger features a pair of Thursday night games and one Friday night contest live on ESPNU. The defending MEAC Champion North Carolina Central University Eagles will host the first Thursday night contest of the season as they’ll […]

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Review: The New Baseball Bible

By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN, Ct — Back in the eighties, author Dan Schlossberg released a unique baseball book entitled “The Baseball Catalog”. Filled with all sorts of trivia, tidbits, photos, and other information that any baseball junkie would go crazy over, “The Almanac” was one of my favorite books about […]

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SWAC, SIAC, & NBPA partner to create Top 50 camp

NEW YORK, NY — The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), announced the creation of the Top 50 Basketball Camp, which will take place, July 20-23 at the Atlanta University Center in Atlanta, GA.  The NBPA, in conjunction with the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC), and the Southwestern Athletic Conference […]

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MLB, Players Association to provide $1 million to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum to preserve history and inspire future generations of minority players

KANSAS CITY — The Major League Baseball Players Association and Major League Baseball today announced that they are jointly contributing $1 million to the Kansas City-based Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM). The grant will strive to inspire future generations of minority youth to play baseball by helping to ensure the Museum’s sustainability as the preservationists […]

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More than a dozen players of color are eligible for Vegas in NHL expansion draft

By William Douglas, The Color Of Hockey Some of the National Hockey League’s players of color are feeling a draft. At least 17 minority players are among the players left unprotected by the NHL’s 30 teams for Wednesday’s Expansion Draft to help form the inaugural roster for the Vegas Golden Knights. The players of color made available – a nicer phrase than “unprotected” – […]

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