Hampton University on Tuesday accused the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference of making “unreasonable demands” that would punish its athletes for the school’s decision to leave the MEAC for the Big South Conference. In an afternoon release, HU acknowledged it missed a July 1 deadline to notify the MEAC of its intentions to leave.
Hampton University overcame an 11-point deficit in the final eight minutes of regulation and dominated overtime for a 114-102 win over first-place Savannah State Monday night at the Convocation Center. Kalin Fisher scored 20 of his career-high 37 points in the game’s final 11:15 as the Pirates (15-14, 10-4 MEAC) won their sixth in a row.
If anything figured to reach triple digits Thursday night, it would be someone’s temperature. The flu epidemic hit Old Dominion’s basketball team pretty hard this week, and it got to the point that masks were required for team meetings. Clearly, B.J. Stith was among those who managed to stay healthy. With a career-high 36 points, 28 of which came before halftime, Stith fueled the Monarchs to a 100-62 win over Texas San-Antonio at the Constant Center.
Couple minutes away from the first @cacsports semifinal of the night on the women's side: #3 York (18-8) at #2 CNU (22-3). The Spartans upset the Captains 87-85 five days ago at this very Freeman Center.
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Selecting a term
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