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From The News Room


    September 13, 2001
  • The SIAC and CIAA have reconsidered their initial announcements and chosen to cancell all conference contests this weekend.
  • The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference will announce Friday that all of its football games this weekend will be cancelled. The MEAC reversed its previous announcement following on a conference call involving commissioners at other I-AA conferences, Thursday night.
  • West Virginia State College has postponed all athletic contests until Monday, September 17. This includes volleyball matches on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; a women's tennis tournament on Friday and Saturday; and Saturday's football game against Charleston Southern University.
  • Bethune-Cookman decides not to play Savannah State Saturday
  • As a result of a conference call between interim commissioner, Dr. James Frank and the Southwestern Athletic Conference Council of Presidents, all SWAC athletic contests have been cancelled for the weekend of September 14-16, 2001.
    Arrangements and/or adjustments in conference standings will be determined at a later date
  • CIAA Continues On With Regular Schedule of Events

    September 12, 2001

  • Livingstone postpones game against Virginia Union
  • Bethune-Cookman vs. Savannah State game set to play
  • Following discussions with the Chair of the MEAC Council of Presidents and the Directors of Athletics on Wednesday, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference has issued the following statement.
    The entire Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference family is saddened and shocked by the tragic events of yesterday. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who are impacted by this national tragedy.

    While these events help to place athletics in its proper perspective, it is our view that cowardly acts of terrorism should not intimidate us or activities.

    As such, all conference athletic events slated for the weekend of 15 September will proceed as scheduled. It is our intent to honor those lost in this tragedy, in an appropriate manner at the event sites.

  • SWAC Games will proceed for weekend of September 15, 2001
  • Morehouse disputes Stillman's conclusion
  • NCCU's Glosova gets Regional Scholar Award