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Preston Blackman made two free throws with 2 seconds left to help ensure Savannah State a 43-40 victory over Bethune-Cookman in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference action Monday night. Savannah State (10-9, 4-1) led 21-12 at halftime, but Adrien Coleman'
Adam Link scored 10 points and Western Illinois slipped by Savannah State 39-35, extending their winning streak to eight games. Terell Parks had eight rebounds and blocked seven shots for the Leathernecks (11-3)...But the Tigers shot 32.6 percent
Ohio Deshaun Thomas did most of his damage in the first half...Thomas, a Bishop Luers graduate, scored all but one of his 22 points in the first 20 minutes, and No. Ohio State showed its firepower inside and out in beating Savannah State 85-45 on
Ga. Andy Landers became the seventh Division I women's coach to reach 800 career victories when No...Jasmine James scored 18 points and Tiara Griffin added a career-high 15 for the Lady Bulldogs (5-0), who played their fourth games in seven days...
Fla. Mike Rosario scored 13 points, Patric Young added a double-double and No...Young finished with 13 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high six blocks. It was his second double-double in four games, Erik Murphy chipped in 10 points for the Gators (
Preston Blackman scored 21 points and Rashad Hassan scored all 11 of his points in the second half as Savannah State defeated North Florida 54-47 Wednesday in a nonconference matchup...North Florida (1-2) led 30-22 at halftime and pushed that lead to
1. Savannah State Tigers. The Tigers have everyone back from last year's team that won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular season title. The time is now for Savannah St. 2. Norfolk State Spartans. The
After backyard basketball battles, high school football games even after a coed church softball game. The head down, forlorn face, sagging shoulders look everything except maybe the white Gatorade towel that has become as much a part of Carolina
The Cowboys (1-1) put up the gaudy shutout in their opener against Savannah State. Many starters were on the field for only about a dozen plays, and Gundy believes there was a carry-over effect leading into the 59-38 loss at Arizona last week. The
Score died in 2008, at 75, after spending 34 years as the celebrated broadcast voice of the Indians. His newspaper friends were known to tease him that he had suffered just enough brain damage to qualify him for broadcast work. There was no joking in