Spartans Sweep 4th Straight Series, Extend Win Streak to 12 Straight
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Spartans Sweep 4th Straight Series, Extend Win Streak to 12 Straight

HANOVER, Md. – Freshman shortstop Alex Mauricio recorded his first career three-hit game, and the Norfolk State bullpen held Coppin State without a hit over the final five innings to help the Spartans run their win streak to 12 with an 8-2 win on Sunday afternoon at Joe Cannon Stadium. The Spartans (18-10 overall, 15-3 MEAC North) now … Continue reading

Defense Edges Offense 39-31 in Green & Gold Spring Game
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Defense Edges Offense 39-31 in Green & Gold Spring Game

NORFOLK, Va. – Brandon Walker‘s 50-yard interception return for a touchdown, coupled with a stingy second-half defensive effort, lifted the Norfolk State defense to a 39-31 win over the NSU offense in Saturday’s Green & Gold intrasquad scrimmage before roughly 3,000 fans at Dick Price Stadium. Saturday’s scrimmage, the last day of this year’s spring practice … Continue reading

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Short Named to BOXTOROW HBCU All-America Team

NORFOLK, Va. – Junior guard Jeff Short of the Norfolk State men’s basketball team was named second-team All-America by BOXTOROW when the organization released its seventh annual All-American honors on Monday afternoon. The BOXTOROW All-America team consists of players from HBCU’s across all of Division I. A 6-foot-4 guard out of the Bronx, N.Y., Short was a first-team … Continue reading

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Spartans Finish 12th

STRATFORD, N.J. – The No. 19 Norfolk State bowling team was able to make a final push and finish 12th at the conclusion of the USBC XBowling Intercollegiate Team Sectionals this weekend at the 30 Strikes Bowling Center. The Spartans bowled 64 Baker games over the course of Saturday and Sunday, breaking the results into four 16-game … Continue reading

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SC State not alone among HBCUs struggling to survive

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — While decades of leadership strife have contributed to South Carolina State University’s fiscal crisis, it is certainly not alone among historically black colleges nationwide struggling to survive amid sharp drops in enrollment and revenue. Advocates say their collective future may rest on alumni stepping up their giving. A short-lived proposal to … Continue reading