An HBCU product, Dr. Leroy Walker, the first African-American to head the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) was in the spotlight as...
“We’re going to put our pants on just like everybody else – one leg at a time. And if they decide to...
Morehouse's Edwin Moses began his 400 meters hurdles winning streak in the Montreal Olympics in 1976. It lasted until 1987.
Runners from Alcorn State, Florida A&M, North Carolina Central and Southern extended HBCU dominance in Olympic sprints through 1972
Countless world records, numerous medals have been the norm for HBCU athletes at the Olympic Games
Segregation and football almost kept "Bullet Bob" Hayes out of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. But it was destined to happen.
Rapper Common's new film "Rising Again" to show how Howard soccer team lost and regained NCAA Div. 1 championship in the 1970s
After 40 years in the MEAC, Florida A&M finally made its way to the SWAC. And rival Bethune-Cookman made the jump too.
The 40-year marriage between FAMU, Bethune-Cookman and the MEAC is now over. The initial honeymoon didn't last long.
The 1980s was a turning point in the history of North Carolina A&T as the program tried to stay afloat in DI-AA.
North Carolina A&T A&T was one of six schools to leave the CIAA to help start the MEAC in 1970. Here's how...