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From The News Room


    March 14, 2002
  • Parham Released at Alabama A&M; Holt named Interim
  • Morgan State University has announced that it will not renew the contract of women's basketball coach Gerard Garlic. The Lady Bears finished 1-27 this season after going 11-18 last year. Garlic had an overall 28-57 record since taking over the program in 1999.
    March 13, 2002
  • Winston-Salem State University’s head women’s basketball coach and assistant athletic director has been released from the position effective immediately.
    Coach Daymond Lindell’s release comes after one season in the post. He led the Lady Rams to a 17-14 season and an appearance in the 2002 Women’s CIAA Tournament Championship game. The team lost to Virginia
    State 64-57.
    Lindell was appointed to the position in August 2001.
    March 11, 2002
  • City of Columbia, Benedict and SC State Announce Inaugural Palmetto Capital City Classic
  • MEAC Tournament Recap
  • The Southern University football office received notification that senior wide receiver, Michael Hayes has been granted a medical hardship waiver, allowing him another year of eligibility by the NCAA for the 2002-2003 academic year. The waiver was granted after an appeal, when the first request was originally turned down.
    Hayes, a preseason All-American pick in 2001, was injured in the first game of the season, when he tore his ACL in the second half of the game versus Northwestern State.

    March 10, 2002
  • Annual Black College Basketball All-Star Classic Posponed
  • Playoff Update:
    Black College opponents have been determined for the NCAA Division I and Division II Elite Eight Tournaments.
    Tuesday, March 12, SWAC Champion Alcorn State (21-9) will meet Siena (16-18) in the men's opening round (play-in) game in Dayton, Ohio. The winner will advance to meet Maryland (26-4) on Friday, March 15. If the Braves are victorious, they will join Hampton on the four game schedule Friday at the MCI Center in Washington, DC.

    The Alcorn State/Siena winner will face the top seeded Terps in the first game of the day. Later that same day, Hampton (26-6) will face Connecticut (24-6).

    The two D-I women's teams will tipoff Friday in Boulder, CO and Durham, NC. 14th seeded Southern University (26-4) will face Colorado (21-9) in the first game at the Coors Events Center in Boulder.
    MEAC Champ Norfolk State (22-8) travels to Cameron Indoor Stadium to meet Duke (27-3) in the second game of the day in Durham.

    The Division II Elite Eight Tournament begins March 20 in Evansville, IN. Shaw University (27-4), winner of the South Atlantic Regional Tournament, will face West Georgia (24-8), the South Region Tourmament Champ next Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.