Donal talks about the CIAA Tournament remaining in Charlotte, about Hampton and the MEAC, and Savannah State head men’s basketball coach Horace Broadnax is our guest.
BOXTOROW host Donal Ware talked extensively on FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW this past weekend about the press release the MEAC sent last week that it said set the record straight about Hampton leaving the conference to join the Big South and what it means for MEAC, its member schools and Hampton moving
by Donal Ware boxtorow.com The Mid Eastern Athletics Conference has officially and finally responded to Hampton leaving the MEAC for the Big South Conference. In a press release issued by the league, the MEAC wanted to ” to set the record straight regarding the University’s pending departure from the conference. In essence the MEAC broke proper
by Donal Ware And just like that, Hampton University will no longer be in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. With the stroke of a pen and a press conference, Hampton announced on Thursday that it was leaving the MEAC and joining the Big South Conference next season. It wasn’t like the Pirates brought anything to the
Some of the greatest players that ever played in the National Football League are alums of HBCUs. That’s a fact. We must not forget that once upon a time, Black players could not play at white schools. That is not the case today and most of the top Black high school players don’t choose HBCUs.
The Howard Men’s Basketball Team will be in unfamiliar territory to start the 2016-17 basketball season as the Bison has been picked to win the MEAC by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. Howard last won the MEAC tournament 25 years ago. Where the Bison will be in familiar territory is injuries. The
The theme for Week 8 in HBCU football was upsets. It is debatable what the biggest upset was between FAMU/Hampton and Kentucky State/Tuskegee. Probably the Kentucky State win over Tuskegee because Kentucky State win gives them the SIAC West title. Homecoming for whatever reason has presented difficulties for the Golden Tigers the last two years.