MEAC Commissioner Dennis Thomas Gets Five-Year Extension

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner Dennis Thomas is credited with establishing new standards…

Study Suggests Bias in Officiating of HBCU Women’s Basketball Games

A new study from a Middle Tennessee State University professor suggests that…

MEAC Entertaining Offers to Relocate Basketball Tournaments?

The MEAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments seem to have thrived the…

Is the MEAC Headed to School Autonomy for Athletic Uniforms?

HBCU Gameday reports on big changes in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference’s apparel deal.

More Athletic Partnerships on the Way for FAMU, FSU

  Like it or not, the Rattlers should expect more cooperation between the Florida A&M University and Florida State athletic departments.

Hampton’s Malia Tate-DeFreitas Emerging as Pirate All-Time Great

With 1,563 points in only 79 games, Malia Tate-DeFreitas has moved up to No. 4. She probably won’t pass Jackie Dolberry, who scored 2,727 points from 1986-89, when HU was a Division II program.

As Norfolk State Basketball Player Fights Out of Coma, Community Surrounds With Support

Norfolk State University women’s basketball player Amber Brown remains hospitalized 10 days after being found unresponsive in her dorm room by teammates, but the Spartan community has galvanized to help raise funds and awareness in support of her fight. 

MEAC Releases 2016 Basketball Broadcast Schedule

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) announced the 2015-16 basketball television schedule today with an exciting selection of men’s and women’s competitive matchups on multiple ESPN platforms.

Where Will HBCUs Go in Revamped NCAA?

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner Greg Moore recently told the Montgomery Advertiser that growing talks about revenue possibilities in NCAA sports are being made without consideration for historically Black colleges and universities.