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July 30, 2001
- Saint Paul's College gets academic achievement award
- SIAC releases football TV schedule
July 29, 2001
- Tuskegee picked to repeat in SIAC football
July 25, 2001
- SWAC tabs new Media Relations Director
July 24, 2001
- North Carolina A&T Sports Information Director Donal Ware has resigned to become Assistant SID and primary football contact at N.C. State University. Ware becomes the first African-American male to work in the Wolfpack's Media Relations Office and perhaps the first ever to work in a similar position at an ACC school. Ware, a Morgan State graduate, has been the Aggie's SID since October, 1999.
- The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) will host its annual Football Media Luncheon on August 3, 2001 at the Hilton/Crystal City @ National Airport/2399 Jefferson-Davis Highway in Arlington, Virginia at 12 Noon. Pre-Interviews with coaches will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m., followed by the luncheon at 12 Noon. There is an admission fee for non-media participants.
- Bowie State Bulldogs Make Changes For Upcoming Year
July 21, 2001
- CIAA institutes Women's Bowling for Fall 2001
- Norfolk State releases men's baketball schedule
July 19, 2001
- Delaware State vs Norfolk State Football Contest California Bound
- Albany State, Miles College to play Sunday football
July 18, 2001
- Constancia Simpson Hayes Named Track Coach at Delaware State
- MVSU names Nathaniel Kilbert to coach women's basketball and volleyball
- Delaware State seeks Hall of Fame nominees
July 16, 2001
- Elizabeth City State hires new women's basketball coach
July 15, 2001
- Florida A&M women's basketball coach Debra Clark has completed her staff for the upcoming season. Clark has hired her husband, John, who assisted her at Winston-Salem State and former Texas Southern assistant Andre Williams as full-time assistants. Former Norfolk State player Lanise Rosemond has been hired as a graduate assistant.
- Virginia Union University has decided not to renew the contract of Athletics Director Jim Battle. Battle had been in the position for 16 years. There has been no official announcement but sources indicate that head basketball coach Dave Robbins will serve as interim AD. Robbins brought Battle to VUU as part of his staff when he took over the program in 1979. Battle became AD in 1985.
July 11, 2001
- Marino Casem returns to Alcorn State as Athletics Director
- Bradford "B.J." Evans has resigned as Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations at the MEAC office. He has accepted a position as Director of Media Relations for the NBA Developmental League's Asheville, NC franchise.
- For the first time in the history of the organization, there will be two members of the Board of Directors of the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) from HBCUs. Morgan State sports information director Joseph McIver and Clark Atlanta assistant SID Cecil McKay were recently elected to the board in San Diego at the business meeting during the annual CoSIDA workshop. McIver and McKay were elected as At-Large members of the Board and will serve three-year teams. Former SWAC Media Relations Director Lonza Hardy just completed a term and had been the only HBCU representative prior to the selection of McIver and McKay.
July 7, 2001
- NFL's Gene Washington To Visit Hampton University Football Program
July 5, 2001
- Southern University's Michael Woods has signed a three-year contract with the Detroit Tigers. Detroit picked Woods in last month's amateur draft.
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July 3, 2001
- Texas Southern Announces Assistant Mens Basketball Coaches