NSU gets big league video board and sound system
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NSU gets big league video board and sound system

by Daniel Smallwood Norfolk State University made a significant upgrade to its athletic facilities, as the institution partnered with Daktronics Inc. to design, manufacture and install a state-of-the-art four-sided high-definition video board display at Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall. According to NSU Assistant Sports Information Director Mike Bello, Daktronics will replace the entire sound system … Continue reading

Efficient Appalachian State, Radford Top NSU by 3-0 Scores
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Efficient Appalachian State, Radford Top NSU by 3-0 Scores

BLACKSBURG/RADFORD, Va. – Appalachian State committed just four attack errors and only had three more kills than the Norfolk State volleyball team on Saturday morning, but the Mountaineers nevertheless came away with a 3-0 win over the Spartans on the second day of the Virginia Tech/Radford Invitational. Later in the afternoon, Radford’s Maddie Palmer tallied … Continue reading

Howell, King, Moriarty, Beard top winners at annual Athletics Awards Ceremony
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Howell, King, Moriarty, Beard top winners at annual Athletics Awards Ceremony

  NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk State seniors Kiara Howell and Deon King were named the University’s Female Athlete and Male Athlete of the Year, respectively, as the athletics department’s annual all-sports awards ceremony on Monday evening at the NSU Student Center. Howell, a senior from Chesapeake, Va., is in her fourth year on the Spartan … Continue reading

All home football, volleyball games to be shown live on NSUSpartans.com
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All home football, volleyball games to be shown live on NSUSpartans.com

NORFOLK, Va. – The Norfolk State Athletics Department announced today that it will offer video streaming packages for football and volleyball for the 2015 season. All home games during the upcoming year will be streamed live on the department’s website through the http://www.nsuspartans.com/watch URL. Cost of the live video feed for football is $8 per … Continue reading