A 13-year-old girl gave her life savings to South Carolina State University in hopes that more students could receive an education. Continue reading
Four white football players are suing Savannah State University, saying the historically-black school discriminated against them by withdrawing scholarship offers made by a former coach.
School officials fired the coach, who is also white, this year. The players say, once that happened, their scholarships were taken away. Although, it is not unusual for schools to reverse offers when coaches leave, but this one, the players contend, was race-based. Continue reading
Lincoln University is less than two months away from becoming an official NCAA Division II program.
The NCAA is expected to made a formal announcement Tuesday about the Lions’ approval for active status effective Sept. 1. The acceptance concludes Lincoln’s three-year transition from Division III to Division II. Continue reading
The NCAA has invited 20 coaches to its 2010 Expert Coaches Football Academy, in an effort to assist the coaches with career advancement, networking and exposure opportunities at NCAA colleges and universities. Ten of the invitees are from HBCUs. Continue reading
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, one of the most decorated players in the history Continue reading