Morehouse's Edwin Moses began his 400 meters hurdles winning streak in the Montreal Olympics in 1976. It lasted until 1987.
Broderick Fobbs doesn't have much to say. He and his players intend to let their play do the talking.
Jason Rollins takes over on an interim basis at Southern from Dawson Odums. With or without Odums, the Jaguars will be formidable.
Runners from Alcorn State, Florida A&M, North Carolina Central and Southern extended HBCU dominance in Olympic sprints through 1972
Despite sitting out the spring, moving to a new division and facing a formidable road schedule, Alcorn State is still picked to...
Countless world records, numerous medals have been the norm for HBCU athletes at the Olympic Games
Rapper Common's new film "Rising Again" to show how Howard soccer team lost and regained NCAA Div. 1 championship in the 1970s
Bethune-Cookman alumnus Willie Mack III was so dedicated to his pro golf career he lived in his car. That sacrifice is now...
Dr. Valerie-Daniels Carter is not only a minority owner with the Milwaukee Bucks, she's also a proud HBCU alumna and former basketball...
Former Bethune-Cookman golfer Willie Mack III cashes his first Tour check playing in his home state at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in...
HBCU golfers Tim O'Neal and Shasta Averyhardt of Jackson State win at inaugural Shippen Golf Invitational to earn PGA, LPGA Tour starts
HBCU teams absent from Athlon Magazine’s FCS preseason football Top 25, but three standouts earn first team all-American honors.
Sam Jones, could easily be called "The Prototype," because he is the model from which all other shooting guards have been molded.
A punter, a coach and a bevy of SWAC greats make it into the hall.
The new exhibit was unveiled on Juneteenth in Atlanta.