NORFOLK, Va.—The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced its women’s pairings for the 2020 MEAC Basketball Tournament, March 10-14 at the Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va. Bethune-Cookman will be the top seed after concluding the regular season with a 15-1 mark in MEAC play. Norfolk State went 12-4 in conference play this season and will be […]Read more "Women’s Bracket Set for 2020 MEAC Hoops Tournament"
Throughout the 2019 season, ESPN Networks will air up to 36 games, including 16 regular-season contests, WNBA All-Star, and up to 19 postseason games. All ESPN telecasts will also stream live on the ESPN app. The 2019 WNBA regular season will run from Friday, May 24 through Sunday, Sept. 8. 2019 WNBA ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 TELEVISION SCHEDULE* […]Read more "WNBA Releases 2019 ESPN, ABC, CBS, and Twitter Broadcast Schedules"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND— Is it correct for men to be coaching women in the game of basketball? There is a saying in Storrs, Connecticut, home of the UConn Lady Huskies. “Men are men and women are Champions” It was a bone of contention after the male Huskies won the championship three […]Read more "SHOULD MALES BE COACHING FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS?"
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southern University Jaguars outlasted Jackson State 45-41 to win the 2019 Toyota SWAC Women’s Basketball Tournament Championship. This is the first championship for Southern since 2019, and coach Carlos Funchess is the first coach since Cynthia Cooper-Dyke to guide a SWAC team to the tournament title in his or her first year […]Read more "Southern outlasts Jackson State to win SWAC Women’s Championship"
NORFOLK, Va.—Angel Golden dropped 18 points and Chasimmie Brown grabbed 16 rebounds as No. 3 Bethune-Cookman used a strong second half to overtake Norfolk State 57-45 to claim the 2019 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) women’s basketball championship Saturday at the Scope Arena. The Wildcats (21-10) won their second ever MEAC tournament title and claim the […]Read more "Bethune-Cookman Wins Second Ever MEAC Women’s Basketball Championship"
NORFOLK, Va.–Delaware State senior NaJai Pollard was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Player of the Year, the conference office announced today. Myasia Jones of Savannah State was named Rookie of the Year, while Coppin State junior Chance Graham earned Defensive Player of the Year honors. Maryland Eastern Shore head coach Fred Batchelor was named Coach of the Year. All awards were voted […]Read more "MEAC Announces Women’s Basketball All-Conference Honors"
NORFOLK, Va. — The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced its women’s pairings for the 2019 MEAC Basketball Tournament, March 11-16 at the Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va. North Carolina A&T State will be the top seed after concluding the regular season with a 16-0 mark in MEAC play for the first time in program history. […]Read more "Women’s Bracket Set for 2019 MEAC Basketball Tournament"
BIRMINGHAM – Senior guard Antrice McCoy saw time winding down on the shot clock, drove the lane and, as she was fouled, threw up a prayer. And, someone answered it. After converting the old-fashioned three-point play, Lane College women’s basketball team had a six-point cushion against Kentucky State with 43 seconds remaining as the Lady Dragons downed […]Read more "LADY DRAGONS ARE SIAC CHAMPIONS"
Charlotte – Shareka McNeill broke the CIAA Tournament scoring record with a 37-point effort as Virginia Union University won its second consecutive CIAA Women’s Basketball Championship with a 75-41 win over Fayetteville State Saturday afternoon at the Spectrum Center. With the win, the Panthers (27-2) receive the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament where […]Read more "Virginia Union Earns Second Consecutive CIAA Women’s Basketball Championship"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Pokey Chatman played then coached at Louisiana State University. She was ousted after allegedly dating one of her players. This was one of the most disappointing moments in college women’s basketball. This issue raised its head again at Penn State University and divided the team Rene Portland had a […]Read more "BLACK WOMEN IN BASKETBALL PT. IV"