Brianna Williams, contributor The arrival of spring signifies more than blooming flowers and the unofficial start of allergy season. For avid fans of football, especially college football fans, the arrival of spring means two things: Pro Days and spring games. Aggie fans were able to get their fix for one of those two events on […]
By Zila Sanchez, contributor Nike recently announced they will be launching a new sport hijab for athletic Muslim women in the Nike Pro line. Nike said it began developing the Pro Hijab after athletes like female weightlifter Amna Al Haddad complained about problems while competing in traditional head scarves. Although it is still under development, the […]
By Dominique Moody, score editor Dual athlete Denzel Keyes played both football and basketball up until his senior year, and was a starter on both. He is coming off of an impressive season with 42 receptions, 461 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. He led the team with receptions his final season, and will finish his collegiate […]
By Jovan Hubbard Contributor Students and alumni alike filed in early to support their Aggies in the Division 1-FCS game against Hampton. This televised Thursday night matchup was a “Gold Night” game where the crowd was encouraged to sport gold attire to match that of the schools colors. However, many of the students could be […]
By Jocelyn Jones Contributor In the past week, the NCAA, along with the ACC, pulled championship-sporting events from North Carolina due to House Bill 2. The North Carolina legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory were warned back in March during the final four by the NCAA: if there was no action on repealing the bill, then […]
By Janay Boone Managing Editor Fun Facts: 1. Name: Jeremy Taylor 2. Major: Computer Engineering 3. Classification: RedShirt-Junior 4. Spare-Time Activites: Fellowshipping with my Fraternity Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. 6. Favorite NFL Team: Carolina Panthers 7. Motto: Consistency. “The true sign of a champion, is someone that can repeat his/her performance day […]
By Dominique Moody Sports Editor The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s football team is ready for the prime time matchup against Hampton University. The Aggies are recovering from a hard-fought 58-21 loss against Tulsa University at H. A. Chapman Stadium. The Aggies have won their last two following a bye week. The Aggies […]
By Dominique Moody Sports Editor The North Carolina A&T women’s golf team made history this month. The first ever golf tournament was completed on Tuesday September 13, 2016 at the par-72, 6,178-yard Drake Creek Golf Course hosted by Murray State. The two-day tournment consisted of 54-hole event, Aggie Athletics’ newest varsity program finished 10th. The […]
The 2015 Celebration Bowl champions, are back and better than ever as they slaughtered the Falcons of Saint Augustine’s 62-0 on Saturday (09/03). This is the first meeting between the two teams since 1935. The Aggies lead the series 2-0- 1. The Falcons returned with 22 student-athletes from last year’s squad. Top returners on offense […]
Corbett Sports Center, aka, “The Dawg Pound” for a long time has been known as one of the toughest gyms to play in, within the MEAC conference. On game nights, it was the place to be. Corbett was the place where all the Aggie students came out to enjoy a good basketball game and at […]
Although the Lady Aggies are coming off of a loss against Bethune-Cookman to end their six-game winning streak, they proved to be superlative after facing arch-rivals, the NCCU Eagles earlier this season.
Before suffering a loss to Bethune-Cookman last Monday, the North Carolina A&T basketball team won three straight conference games.