Winning championships has become par for the course for the Virginia Union University golf team. Coach E. Lee Coble’s Panthers traveled to North Carolina twice last month and both times returned to Richmond with the tallest trophy.
In a proverbial sense, Virginia Commonwealth University’s basketball team scaled numerous mountains this season.
African-Americans continue to dominate NCAA Basketball Tournament action as players, but not so much as coaches.
Get ready for some béisbol on Arthur Ashe Boulevard. The Richmond Flying Squirrels will open the season at home on Thursday, April 4, against the Hartford (Conn.) Yard Goats.
Norfolk State University’s long basketball season ended a long way from home in thin Rocky Mountain air. The final chapter was a 76-60 loss at the University of Colorado in Boulder on Monday night in the second round of the ...
The investigation continues into the death of Nate Evans, a Lee-Davis High School graduate and sophomore football running back at the College of William & Mary. Evans, a 19-year-old native of Mechanicsville and 2017 Lee-Davis graduate, was shot as he ...
Full of hope, the Virginia Union University Lady Panthers traveled six hours by bus to mountainous Glenville, W.Va., for the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional playoffs.
Virginia State University’s best basketball season in school history stalled just this side of Pittsburgh.
When one door closed, another opened for the Norfolk State University basketball team.
John Marshall High School guards DeMarr McRae and Levar Allen have made Virginia’s 3A All-State basketball team.
The Richmond Christian School girls’ basketball team didn’t even have enough players for a full 5-on-5 scrimmage this season.
Track and field aficionados in Virginia discovered Grant Holloway years ago. Now the whole country knows.
If the Virginia State University men’s basketball team is to advance in the NCAA Division II playoffs, it will have to avoid a roadblock standing 6-foot-8 and weighing 240 pounds.
The Virginia Union University Lady Panthers basketball team was hopeful it would be playing on campus this weekend at Barco-Stevens Hall.
The hometown advantage hasn’t worked previously for Norfolk State University in the MEAC Tournament. But this season could be different.