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Hawk Bowling welcomes Jennifer King as Assistant Coach
Coach Bandy’s college teammate joins staff
SHAWN YONKER
PRINCESS ANNE, Maryland — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced the appointment of Jennifer King to the position of assistant bowling coach. She will join her former college teammate — head coach Kayla Bandy — in the Hawks’ attempt to achieve their title winning aspirations during the 2017-18 season. “Jennifer is a perfect fit for our program,” Bandy said. “She and I work together extremely well on the lanes and have the same vision for the program here at Maryland Eastern Shore. This past summer Jennifer, her husband, myself, along with a few of our mutual friends, were discussing the sport of bowling – college bowling, professional bowling, and so on. Little did we know that a couple of months later she would ultimately agree to join our program.”
KSU Cross Country and Track & Field Announce New Comers and Tenative Schedules
Frankfort, Ky.-Kentucky State University cross country and track and field unveiled its tentative 2017-2018 schedule along with its new signees on Monday.  The 2017 cross country schedule features five dates spanning from Sept. 2 to Oct. 13, with stops at Centre College, Berea College, and the University of Louisville. With one date in December, four in January, and two in February, the indoor season will be a challenge for KSU as none of the scheduled events will feature a single event in the state of Kentucky. The Thorobreds and Thorobrettes will travel as far as New York for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Battle and will have several stops in both Ohio and Indiana.

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North Carolina A&T Ranks Second Among N.C. Public Universities in Early Career Earnings   by Todd Simmons
GREENSBORO, N.C. (July 18, 2017) – New rankings from MONEY Magazine hold good news for North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University: not only is A&T ranked the state’s second best public university in early career earnings for its graduates, it ranks in the top 10 of the nation’s “50 Best Colleges for African Americans.”    text   Ed Tech + Research  Video
Ten NCCU Eagles Voted to Preseason All-MEAC Football Teams;  2017 NCCU Football Season Preview
 Ten North Carolina Central University Eagles have been voted to the Preseason All-MEAC Football Teams and NCCU has been picked to repeat as conference champions, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced Friday during its annual football press luncheon in Norfolk, Virginia.
Rams Staff Preparing For Players To Arrive
 We are just 1 week away from the WSSU Coaching Staff welcoming in to camp 100 players that were chosen to repeat for the third time, to earn the CIAA Crown. This is the seventh straight time the WSSU Rams have been chosen to take the CIAA Title.
JOHNSON NAMED TO MEAC PRESEASON FIRST TEAM
The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) announced its 2017 Pre-season All-MEAC teams and predicted order of finish on Friday at the annual Football Media Day. Hampton was pre-season picked fifth in the standings. North Carolina Central and North Carolina A&T were picked in the top two spots, while South Carolina State was third and Bethune-Cookman was fourth. Rounding out the poll was Florida A&M, Norfolk State, Morgan State, Howard, Savannah State and Delaware State.

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