This post was originally published on this siteCharlotte, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2016) – The pairings for the 2016 CIAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments have been released by the league office, it was announced Sunday morning. The men’s tournament will get underway on Tuesday, Feb. 23 with two first round games. Tuesday’s first game will pit […]
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Reigning two-time CIAA Tournament Champion Livingstone College secured a spot in the CIAA Tournament semifinal with a 97-91 double overtime victory over Johnson C. Smith University Golden Bulls on Thursday evening.
The CIAA Tournament has begun! The tournament provides an opportunity for Johnson C. Smith University to showcase our talented students and staff in the media as the city coalesces to show support for the hometown Golden Bulls.
Sherrell Dorsey writes in the Charlotte Agenda this week about the implicit and explicit racial dynamics surrounding the annual CIAA Basketball Tournament in Charlotte. Among her incredible analysis of the city’s quiet racial attitudes, she breaks down the weekly demographic shift in a frank way, and from a global perspective.
The Golden Bulls took the win behind a great overall effort in the game as they held the Lady Vikings to just 50 points while holding them to shooting just 27.2% (18-of-66) from the floor. The Golden Bulls had a solid day of their own as they shot a smoking hot 45.3% (24-of-53) from the floor
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Johnson C. Smith University senior women’s basketball player Ashley Porter and freshman A’Diyah Ussery both took home All-CIAA honors as announced today at the CIAA Tournament luncheon held at the Charlotte Convention Center on Monday afternoon. Porter was named All-CIAA while Ussery was named to the CIAA All-Rookie Team.
A Lithonia, Ga. product, Lemon finished the 2015-16 season as the CIAA’s top scorer as he finished the year averaging 22.1 points per game in conference play. Lemon also led the league in numerous categories including total field goals (125), total points (332), and points per 40 minutes (29.5).
The Johnson C. Smith University men’s basketball team clinched the CIAA Southern Division title and with it, a No. 1 seed in the upcoming CIAA Tournament with a 102-92 Senior Day win over visiting Shaw on Saturday afternoon.