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CIAA Leaderboard-Sep 21:
|Carlton Jones||Livingstone||Rushing-74.3 ypg.
|Antonio Hawkins||Virginia State||Passing Avg-190.0 ypg.
|Damon Thompson||Virginia State||Receiving Avg-91.3 ypg.
|Blake Little||Elizabeth City State University||Interceptions-0.67 pg.
|Jamie Bembry||Fayetteville State||Fumbles Recovered-3.0
|Michael Wall||Virginia State||Tackles (total)-108.0
|Michael Wall||Virginia State||Sacks (total)-5.0
CIAA Volleyball Leaderboard-Sep 15:
|Lawanna Davis||Johnson C. Smith||Hitting Percentage-.536
|Latanya McDaniels||Shaw||Kills-5.07 pg.
|K. Quarles||Shaw||Assists-11 pg.
|Felicia Bost||Johnson C. Smith||Bocks-1.44 pg.
|Laquita Poag||Livingstone||Service Aces-0.60 pg.
|Erica Deas||Livingstone||Digs-5.56 pg.
Charlotte, NC(OTW)-Ray Hawkins ran for 100 yards in the game and a TD as
Bowie State (2-1, 1-0) got by Johnson C. Smith 23-19 Saturday. BSU won
the game despite giving up 352 total yards of offense.
Jimmie Bell rushed for 83 yards for the losers (0-3,0-2).
Petersburg, VA(OTW)-Antonio Hawkins threw for 331 yards and two
touchdowns as Virginia State (2-1, 2-0) came from behind to beat
North Carolina Central 35-28 in overtime Saturday. VSU trailed by as
many as 14 points in the contest.
Salisbury, NC(OTW)-Virginia Union's Mackise London rushed
for 92 yards a nd a touchdown, as the Panthers (2-1, 1-0) outlasted
Livingstone (1-2, 0-1) 24-6 Saturday. Ralph Hunter had nine tackles (five
unassited) for the winners.
In other action, Elizabeth City State lost a non-league game to
Cheyney 12-7 Saturday.
Cheyney, PA(OTW)-Andre Braxton ran for 101 yards and a touchdown as Virginia Union
socked Cheyney 41-12. VUU rushed for a total of 330 yards in the contest.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Chris Stewart threw touchdown passes
of eight and 15 yards to Andrae Rice as Fayetteville
State edged Elizabeth City State 13-6 Saturday.
Rayshawn Askew scored ECSU's only TD on a first quarter 23-yard
scoring play from QB Michael Forbes.
Petersburg, VA(OTW)-Antonio Hawkins threw for 138 yards and two touchdowns to lead
Virginia State by Johnson C. Smith 26-6. Hawkins was 13 of 22 in the game.
In other games Livingstone beat Newberry 37-34 in overtime, and Bowie State lost to Millersville
Bowie, MD(OTW)-Ray Hawkins scored two touchdowns and rushed
for 79 yards as Bowie State defeated Cheyney 20-6. Lee Best
had 10 tackles (five unassisted) for the winners.
In other action Fayetteville State lost at Georgia Southern 76-0,
Virginia Union lost to Liberty 21-12, and Winston-Salem State lost
as Catabwa 17-14.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Fayetteville State's volleyball team
will open the season this weekend at the Augusta State University Volleyball
Invitational. They will play West Alabama, Saturday at 4 p.m. and USC-Aiken
Saturday at 8 p.m.
Sunday they will take on Lenoir-Rhyne at noon and Augusta State at 4 p.m.
Hampton, VA(OTW)-The CIAA kicks off this Saturday with two games.
They will involved team teams from the conference in non-league clashes.
Elizabeth City State will travel to Savannah, Ga. to play Savannah State,
and Fayetteville State travels to Columbia, SC to play Benedict.
The CIAA Board of Directos mandated a seven-game league schedule to decide
the confrence schedule. The five tie-breakers are:
1. Best conference record.
2. Head-to-head competition.
3. Record versus common conference game opponents.
4. Best overall record.
Hampton, VA(OTW)-Virginia Union has been picked to win the 1999
CIAA football title. The balloting was done by the CIAA Football
Coaches Association. VUU returns star runningback Andre Braxton,
a 1998 All-CIAA selection. Chris Lawrence and Jason Howell return
on an offensive line that averaged nearly 340 pounds per man last year.
Winston-Salem State is picked to finish second. WSSU will be lead by
junior quarterback Tory Woodbury.
Hampton, VA(OTW)-St. Paul's Antwain Smith (6-8) was the 51st player chosen
in the 1999 NBA draft. Smith chosen by the Vancouver Grizzles, averaged 20.7 points and
10.1 rebounds per game in his senior season. He was a member of the CIAA
1996 All-Rookie team, and was the CIAA Player of the Year in 1997, 98, and
99. Smith is a graduate of Ferguson High in Newport News, VA.
Hampton, VA(OTW)-Nicole Nelson is the new business manager of the
Central Intercollegiate Atheltic Association as of the first of July.
Nelson takes the place of Martha Marcolina, who is now the director of finance
for the Lawrence Joel Veteran Memorial Coliseum.
Nelson has an undergraduate and a graduate degree form Auburn-Montgomery.
She recently served as a fianace divsion coordiantor at the Lawrence Joel
Veterans Memorial Coliseum Complex in Winston-Salem, NC.
Petersburg, VA(OTW)-St. Augustine's scored six runs in the
first three innings to defeat Elizabeth City State 11-4 in the CIAA
Baseball Championship Game. There were 12 ejections in the
contest. Eight ECSU players and two SAC players were thrown out
when Falcon shortstop Nathan Davis attempted to tag Viking
Jason Watson out at second base early in the game.
Shawn Stokes had two hits and two RBI in the contest.
Davis was voted the MVP of the championships.
Richmond, VA(OTW)-Fayetteville State scored 606 total points on a
2-day, 36 hole course to win the 1999 CIAA Golf Championship. FSU
was lead by Doug Baker, who had 146 points. Tom
Watkins of Virginia State was the individual leader in the
championships with 148 points.
Richmond, VA(OTW)-North Carolina Central won the CIAA Softball
Championship for the second consecutive year. NCCU beat Shaw (8-7),
Bowie State (14-5), and Virginia State (10-2),(9-7 in the championship
game), to win the title. NCCU's only lost was to Virginia State.
Whitney Taylor-Davis of North Carolina Central was named
Raleigh, NC(OTW)-St. Augustine's Men's track team won their
21st consecutive track title racking up 225 points in the CIAA Spring
Sports championships. Virginia Union finished a distant second with
68 points. Lancelot Gooden and Gabriel Burnette of SAC were
named the Most Valuable Field Athlete and the Most Valuable Runner
St. Augustine's also won the women's championship amassing 221 total
points. Livingstone was second with 70 points. Dollete Blake,
Nicole Irving, and Danielle Adams of SAC shared the Most Valuable
Field Athlete's Award. Teammate Tanya Oxley was named Most
Valuable Runner as she finished first in the 200 and 400 meter dashes.
The CIAA Spring Sports Championships will take place at several
locations encompassing the dates of 14 Apr-24 Apr.
Golf starts on 14 Apr (practice rounds) hosted by Virginia Union in Richmond, Va.
This will last through 16 Apr. Events will began at 8:30 a.m. eastern
time on each
day. Softball, Tennis, and Track and Field will all start on the
the 16 Apr. Softball will start at 9 a.m., hosted by Virginia Union
in Richmond, Va. Tennis championships, hosted by North Carolina
Central in Durham, will began at 9.a.m. eastern time.
Track and Field will be hosted by St. Augustine's in Raleigh, NC
beginning at 12 noon eastern time.
Baseball will be hosted by Virginia State in Petersburg, Va.,
but will not commence until 23 Apr.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Former Fayetteville State basketball
player Vernon Broughton has signed with the NFL's Carolina
Panthers. Broughton played basketball at FSU from 1991-93 and was
an all-conference performer for two years.
Through Mar. 30 Virginia State led the CIAA East in softball while
Winston-Salem State led the CIAA West.
Shammora Henderson was named CIAA softball player of the week.
Elizabeth City State was leading the CIAA men in baseball.
In tennis, Virginia Union led the East, while Johnson C. Smith led the
NCAA Division II Women's Basketball South Atlantic Regional Tournament
at Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C.
(Smith Univ. Center)
Semifinal Game on Friday, March 5, at 6 p.m.
#10 Kennesaw State 81 Bowie State 70
FLORENCE, S.C. - Center Dion Thornton scored a game-high 20 points and
point guard Rima Petronyte tied her own school record with 17 assists to
lead tenth-ranked Kennesaw State University to an 81-70 win over Bowie
State University in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II women's
basketball South Atlantic Regional Tournament.
KSU improves to 27-3 and advances to face the Francis Marion
University/Wingate University winner in Saturday's regional title contest
at 7 p.m. Thornton was followed by Monika Siwczak with 16 points,
Justyna Stanioch with 15, and Mamy Ndoye and Ewelina Zmuda with 10 points
Tiffany Moss came off the Bowie State bench to score a team-high 15
points and grab nine rebounds before fouling out. Trenita Shields scored
14 points, while Beverly Winstead added 11 points as BSU, seeded second
in this regional, ends its season at 25-4.
Kennesaw State shot 52.8% from the floor in the first half and took
advantage of 12 BSU turnovers to grab a 42-29 lead at intermission. The
final KSU points came on a 48-foot shot from Siwczak at the halftime
The Owls led by as many as 28 points on two occasions in the second
stanza, and the final 11-point margin was as close as the Lady Bulldogs
would get after Siwczak's halftime buzzer-beater.
Petronyte did not score and committed only five turnovers, while tying
the school single-game record she set earlier this season.
Winston-Salem, NC(OTW)-Larry Patterson scored 23 points
to lead Winston-Salem State to a 89-71 thrashing of Fayetteville
State in the CIAA men's basketaball tournament finals.
The Rams led by as many as 62-39 in the second half.
Seventy-seven free throws were shot in the game, with
WSSU going 38-of-44 from the free throw line in the game.
The Rams (20-8) get the automatic birth to the NCAA tournament,
and Elizabeth City State will most likely get a bid also.
ECSU (22-5) was lead by Marcus Riddick with 15 points.
WSSU scored 28 points in the game from the paint.
Winston-Salem, NC(OTW)-Bowie State broke open a close
game with a 22-2 second half run to beat Fayetteville
State 71-55. The win sent BSU into the NCAA South Atlantic
This was the third straight CIAA championship for Bowie State.
Rashida Brooks had 20 points, 15 rebounds, and six
blocke for the winners (25-3).
Marian Moore led FSU with 19 points.
Friday's Men's Semi-Finals-Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum,
Larry Patterson scored 18 points as Winston-Salem State
upset Virginia Union 66-50. WSSU goes into the finals to face
Elizabeth City State. The Rams (20-8) came off the deck with
17 unanswered points after Virginia Union (22-5) scored the first
10 points of the game. They never trailed after that.
WSSU outrebounded the Panthers 44-28 in the game.
William Davis was the only Panther in double figures
with 18 points.
Men's Schedule (Thursday):
Virginia Union guard William Davis scored 18 of his 23 points in the
second half as the Panthers (22-4) whipped Bowie State 75-64. The win
propeled VUU in Friday's 9 p.m. semi-final against either Winston-Salem
State or St. Paul's.
BSU's James Rice had a team high 14 points.
Marcus Riddick had 17 points and 16 rebounds as Elizabeth
City State beat Virginia State 71-60. The win sent the Vikings
into the semi-finals Friday. Xavier Wise added 17 points
and 11 rebounds for the winners (22-4).
Lavar Griffin scored 19 for VSU.
Jomo Lyle-Benton scored 14 points as North Carolina Central
beat St. Augustine's College 74-55. The Eagles (16-11), led 27-21 at
Julian Pitt scored 18 for SAC.
NCCU will advance to play Elizabeth City State Friday at 7. p.m.
Tyrone Thomas of Winston-Salem State hit a three-pointer at the
buzzer in overtime, giving the Rams an 82-81 win over St. Paul's.
The win sends WSSU into Friday night's semi-finals against Virginia
Union. Thomas hit a three-pointer at with 1.4 seconds left in regulation
to send the game into overtime.
Larry Patterson led WSSU with 20 points.
CIAA Player of the Year Antwain Smith scored 25 points, with
17 rebounds, and six blocks for St. Paul's.
Men's Schedule (Wednesday):
Fayetteville State vs. Bowie State-1 p.m.
Bowie State's James Rice sank a layup with 9:59 left in the game,
igniting a BSU 17-2 run, and enabling the Bulldogs (6-20) to
stun Fayetteville State 72-59 in opening round CIAA
Tournament action. Bowie State advanced to Thursday's quarterfinal
game against Virginia Union at 1 p.m. eastern time.
Rice led the winners with 20 points. William Brown and Che Evans
had double doubles with 11 points and 15 rebounds and 14 points and 12
Patrick Garrett led the Broncos (13-12) with 22 points.
St. Paul's vs. Livingstone-3 p.m.
Derick Singleton scored 24 points to lead St. Paul's to
an 85-71 win over Livingstone.
The Fighting Blue Bears (8-17) were led by Rodney Gidney with 19 points and 12
St. Paul's (15-11) will meet Winston-Salem State Thursday at 9 p.m.
in quarterfinal action.
Johnson C. Smith vs. Virginia State-7 p.m.
Lavar Griffin scored 27 points as Virginia State (1-25) upset
Johnson C. Smith( 19-8) 75-68.
Virginia State moves on to play Elizabeth City State Thursday at
Ahmed Evans scored 21 for the Golden Bulls.
Shaw vs. St. Augustine's- 9 p.m.
Julian Pitt had 14 points, 16 rebounds, four blocks, and three
steals, as St. Augustine's turned away Shaw 93-87. The Falcons
advanced to play North Carolina Central at 7 p.m. eastern time
Thursday. Marty Dickerson led SAC (10-14) with 17 points.
Kendrick Moore led Shaw with 20 points.
Tuesday's Schedule (women):
Fayetteville State vs. Elizabeth City State-1 p.m.
Fayetteville State held Elizabeth City State to 21 percent
shooting from the floor in the game, as they coasted to a
67-43 win. Sonja Walker led FSU with 18 points,
but it was Marian Moore's floor game which paced
the winners. Moore had 10 rebounds, five blocks, and five steals
for the winners(15-11).
Raquita Washington scored 12 for ECSU, which finished it's
season at 14-12.
Fayetteville State will play North Carolina Central Friday morning at
11 a.m. eastern time in semi-final action.
Virgina Union vs. Livingstone-3 p.m.
Erica Deas had 29 points, 12 rebounds, and three assists,
as she helped Livingstone crush Virginia Union 75-47.
Lady Blue Bear 6-5 center Julie Tarrance had 15 rebounds and
seven blocks for the winners (18-7).
Erica Barnett scored 11 for the losers (16-12).
Livingstone advance to play the winner of the Bowie State-Winston-Salem
State contest Friday at 1 p.m. in semi-final action.
Johnson C. Smith vs. North Carolina Central-7 p.m.
North Carolina Central built a big lead, then held off
a furious Johnson C. Smith comeback, to take a 56-53 win
in CIAA quarterfinal action. The victory puts NCCU into
Friday morning's semi-finals against Fayetteville State.
The Lady Eagles (20-6), paced by Amba Kongolo who had 13 points in the game,
built leads as big as 24 points in the second half. However,
Johnson C. Smith (15-13), cut the lead to one with 2:41 left in the contest,
but could not make it over the hump.
Jacarda Banks scored 13 to lead the Lady Golden Bulls.
Winston-Salem State vs. Bowie State-9 p.m.
Trenita Shield had 15 points and 10 rebounds as Bowie State
held off pesky Winston-Salem State 70-60 in CIAA quartefinal action
Tuesday night. The win sent BSU (23-3) into Friday's semi-finals against
Livingstone at 1 p.m.
Despite a 40-26 halftime lead, WSSU (13-15) did not quit, trimming the
deficit to 53-51 at the 6:50 mark in the second half.
However the winners pulled away with a 17-9 run down the stretch.
Rachel Hicks scored 11 points for Winston-Salem State.
CIAA Monday Tournament Games:
All games played at the Joel Veterans's Coliseum in Winston-Salem, NC
Women's First Round Action, Mon., Feb 22
Virginia Union vs. SAC-1 p.m.
Winston-Salem, NC(OTW)-Norfortiria Grant scored 15 points,
and Virginia Union used a 16-6 spurt in the first half to take
control of the game, as they beat St. Augustine's 64-43 in opening
round action of the CIAA Women's Tournament. VU (16-11) advanced
to play Livingstone Tuesday at 3 p.m. eastern time.
Anastacia Sands had 12 points and 15 rebounds for SAC,
which finished the season at 9-18.
Fayetteville State vs. St. Paul's-3 p.m.
Fayetteville State held St. Paul's to 15 first-half points (22 percent
field goal shooting) as they beat SPC 77-55. The Lady Broncos will
advance to play Elizabeth City State Tuesday at 1 p.m. eastern time.
Shaunici Morgan led the winners with 19 points.
St. Paul's LaKisha Phifer finished her career with a
spectacular performance of 14 points, 25 rebounds, and nine
Shaw vs. Johnson C. Smith-7 p.m.
Blance Doctor scored 17 points and Lawanna Davis added
19 rebounds as Johnson C. Smith (15-12) beat Shaw 88-79. The Golden Bulls
came back from a 17-point first half deficit. Johnson C. Smith advances
to play North Carolina Central Tuesday at 7 p.m. eastern time.
J.C. Smith went on a 12-2 run late in the first half, then took the
lead for good at 59-58 with 11:36 left in the game on a Doctor lay-in.
Sheree Bates scored 17 for Shaw (17-9), who played without Sundiate
Davis, who had the pneumonia.
Simone Gilliam had 12 points, nine assists, and six steals for
Winston-Salem State went on a 12-2 run at the start of the second
half, eventually beating Virginia State 66-53. WSSU advances to play
powerful Bowie State Tuesday at 9 p.m.
Christa West led the winners (13-14) with 21 points (13-16 from
the free throw line).
Tanga Williams led VSU (7-20) with 18 points.
Men's action will start Wednesday.
Two Virginia State Men's Basketball Players Ineligible
Hampton, Va(OTW)-The CIAA office has announced that the
Virginia State men's basketball program has competed with two
ineligible athletes. The release did not speicify how long the
players competed, or who they were. The violations were
reported to the NCAA. Virginia State remains eligible to compete
in the CIAA tournament, but the eligibility of the student-athletes
must be restored through the NCAA.
"It is unfortunate that CIAA member institutions are experiencing
compliance related issues," said CIAA Commissioner Leon Kerry,
"however, the conference and its member schools reaffirm our
committment to our student-athletes and pledges to evaluate and
reassess the monitoring of our eligibility process."
The CIAA assessed a 12-game forfeiture penalty against Virginia
State for the use of the ineligible athletes.
In women's action, Bowie State led the Eastern Division,
and North Carolina Central led the Western Division through Feb 13.
Bowie State's women's basketball squad have clinched their third
straight Eastern Division championship. The Lady Bulldogs have won
14 straight with a record of 21-3.
Player of the Week-Julie Tarrance-Livingstone College
Tarrance, a 6-5 center, completed the week with 23 points 26
rebounds, 15 blocked shots, and one assist. In a game against
Winston-Salem State, she had a triple double, with 13 points,
18 rebounds, and 11 blocks.
In men's action Virginia Union led the Eastern Division, and North Carolina Central
led the Western Division as of Feb 13.
Player of the Week--Wiiliam Fitzgerald--Elizabeth City State-
Fitzgerald, a 6-8 guard, had 82 points, 15 rebounds, five assists, and
four steals,in a three-game week.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Timothy Reels scored 29 points as
Fayetteville State ripped Virginia State 113-85. The Broncos
shot 63 percent from the floor in the game.
Jeffery McCall scored 34 for the losers.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)- Marian Moorescored 22 points as Fayetteville
State ran by Virginia State 87-74.
Zenobia Bay had 20 points and 16 rebounds for the losers.
Winston-Salem(OTW)-Larry Patterson scored 19 points
as Winston-Salem State edged Fayetteville State 71-69.
WSSU is 16-8 overall and 11-4 in league action.
FSU guard Carl Blue led all scorers with 26 points.
The Broncos are 11-10 and 6-7 overall.
Charlotte, NC(OTW)-The Harlem Globetrotters will
appear Saturday, Feb. 27 at the 54th annual CIAA Basketball Tournament in
Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Featured will be coach "Tex" Harrison and player Clyde Sinclair,
two former North Carolina Central Standouts, and the legendary
Curley Neal, a former Johnson C. Smith great. The Trotters will spend
Saturday at exhibitions, autograph sessions,and clinics, all free to the
public. Harrison, Sinclair, and Neal will be honored during the
Fitzgerald a Hot Topic At ESCU
by Randy Jones
Each year many college teams accept players that transfer in from other
schools hoping they will have a big impact on the team. Some of those
players go on to have solid careers, while others just don't seem to fit
in. But then, there are a few transfers who make a major impact
on their teams, such as Steve Francis of Maryland and William
Fitzgerald of Elizabeth City State University.
Fitzgerald, the 6'8 transfer from Fairmont State, has made an immediate
impact on the Viking basketball program. He ranks first in the CIAA
with an average of 23.2 points a game, first in free throws (84.3),
and first in 3-pointers' made per game (3.5). When you mention the name
William Fitzgerald, you can see the smile just take over the face of
ECSU Head Coach Barry Hamler.
"I feel that Fitzgerald is the biggest impact player in the CIAA,"
said Hamler. The impact that he has made has definitely been felt by
others around the league as well as the country."
Fitzgerald has already established one school record and tied another,
a perfect 9-9 shooting performance from 3-point land and a 13-14 shooting
performance against Columbia Union. This terrific shooting exhibition set
the school record (100%) for highest point percentage in a game, and
tied the record (92.9) for highest field goal percentage for a game.
A 39-point performance agaisnt St. Paul's is the most points scored in a
single game by anyone in the CIAA this year.
"I just try to go out every game and give it my best," said
Fitzgerald after his sensational game against St. Paul's.
The Vikings hope that Fitzgerald continues his excellent play as they
head into the final part of the regular season and the CIAA tournament.
A candidate for CIAA "Player of the Year," William Fitzgerald is a
force to be dealt with in the CIAA.
Randy Jones is the interim sports information director at
Elizabeth City State University.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Patrick Garrett scored 32 points as
Fayetteville State (11-9, 6-6) beat St. Augustine's 83-76.
Lafonte Moses led the Falcons with 25 points.
Fayetteville. NC(OTW)-Shaunci Morgan had 21 points, nine rebounds,
and five steals, as Fayetteville State (11-9, 6-6) routed St.
Sheba Fullwood scored 10 for the losers.
The CIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships will be held Tuesday,
Feb. 9, at the Arthur Ashe Center in Richmond, VA. St. Augustine
is the defending men and women's champions.
Durham, NC(OTW)-Shaunci Morgan scored 17 points as Fayetteville
State (10-9, 5-6) shocked North Carolina Central (14-5, 8-2). 63-61.
Amber Kongolo had 19 points and 11 rebounds for the losers.
Durham, NC(OTW)-Jason Smith had 12 points as North Carolina
Central shredded Fayetteville State 83-59. NCCU shot a red hot
71 percent from the field in the first half, as they took a 48-30
lead into intermission.
FSU is 10-9 overall and 5-6 in league action.
NCCU is 12-7 overall and 7-3 in CIAA play.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Patrick Garrett scored 18 points
to lead Fayetteville State by Winston-Salem State 68-64.
The Broncos (10-8, 5-5) shot a white hot 73 percent from the floor in the
Windell Owens and Larry Patterson scored 16 each for WSSU (11-6, 7-3).
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Michelle Dent scored 15 points as
Fayetteville State beat Winston-Salem State 76-66.
Christa West and Shonketa Broom scored 13 points each for
Lawrenceville, VA(OTW)-Antwain Smith scored 29 points
with 12 rebounds, as St. Paul's beat Fayetteville State 92-78.
SPU shot 58 percent from the field in the game.
Patrick Garrett scored 17 for the losers.
Lawrenceville, VA(OTW)-Nici Morgan scored 22 points as
Fayetteville State beat St. Paul's 72-47.
Toya Davis scores 16 for the losers.
Raleigh, NC(OTW)-Timothy Reels had 22 points and eight rebounds
as Fayetteville State edged Shaw 65-64.
James Reed led Shaw with 17 points.
Raleigh, NC(OTW)-Sundiate Davis scored 32 points as Shaw outdueled
Fayetteville State 85-72.
Opal Johnson had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the losers.
The date of the Winston-Salem State vs. Fayetteville State basketball
games have been changed from Thur., Jan 28 to Tuesday, Jan. 26 at
Capel Arena in Fayetteville, NC. The women's game will start
at 5:30 p.m. and the men's contest will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Patrick Garrett scored 29 points as Fayetteville
State edged Livingstone 87-83.
Livingstone's Rodney Gidney scored 21 points (9-11 FGs in game).
FSU held on despite a 66 percent shooting performance from the floor
by the Fighting Blue Bears in the second half.
Fayetteville, NC(OTW)-Julie Tarrance had 24 points and 16 rebounds
as Livingstone demolished Fayetteville State 90-61. The winners shot
58 percent from the floor in the contest.
Michelle Dent scored 18 for Livingstone.
Rocky Mount, NC(OTW)-Shaunci and Marian Moore scored
12 points each as Fayetteville State beat Elizabeth City State
Krista Zeigler scored 12 for the Lady Vikings.
In the men's game, Viking Che Lugo had 16 points and 9 rebounds
as ECSU downed Fayettville State 63-56.
FSU's Patrick Garrett scored a game-high 20 points.
ECSU is 12-2 overall and 4-1 in CIAA action.
Raleigh, NC(OTW)-Julian Pitt scored 16 points as St. Augustine's
edged Fayetteville State 73-72.
FSU's Patrick Garrett scored a game-high 25 points.
Charlotte, NC(OTW)-Christopher Reese scored 17 points as
Johnson C. Smith beat Fayetteville State 69-68.
Timothy Reels scored a game-high 27 points for FSU.
Charlotte, NC(OTW)-Taneika Reader scored 14 points to lead
Johnson C. Smith by Fayetteville State 85-72.
Erin Moore, Marquisha Clayburn, and Lawanna
Davis all scored 13 points for the winners.
FSU's Shaunci Morgan scored a game-high 16 points.
The 25th Anniversary CIAA Women's Basketball Team
Brandy Lemons-Bowie State-1993-97.
Tammy Brown-Fayetteville State-1996-98.
Kim Brewington-Johnson C. Smith-1987-90.
Konecka Drakeford-Johnson C. smith-1996-98.
LaTina Bullock-Norfolk State-1993-97.
Norma Knight Evans-Norfolk State-1981-1983.
Vivian Greene-Norfolk State-1974-78.
Lisa Rice-Norfolk State-1991-1995.
Tracy Saunders-Norfolk State-1987-1991.
Michelle Harrison-North Carolina Central-1993-97.
Jacqueline Pennix-North Carolina Central-1980-1984.
Carolyn Brown-St. Augustine's-1991-1993.
Daphne Trusty-St. Paul's-1988-92.
Kim Ambrose Aughburns-Shaw-1982-84.
Kammy Brown-Virginia State-1986-90.
Bertha Cummings-Virginia State-1977-80.
Doris Moncrief-Virginia State-1994-98.
Paris McWhirter-Virginia Union-1980-84.
Barvenia Wooten-Virginia Union-1980-83.
Maria Nicholson-Virginia Union-1980-84.
Chellia Nelson-Winston-Salem State-1994-97.