College Sports

Former NBA player J.R. Smith was named North Carolina A&T State University’s Academic Athlete of the Year.

Josh Williams, a defensive back from Fayetteville State projected to be selected in the 2022 NFL Draft, told NewsOne in an exclusive interview that he wants to "rewrite what people think about HBCUs and their athletes."

Jackson State University grad Ameshya Williams-Holliday made history as the first WNBA draft pick from an HBCU in 20 years.

Raleigh-based Saint Augustine’s University is the first HBCU to launch a women’s rowing team.

Orange you wondering why the basketballs for this year's March Madness look much brighter than in previous tournaments?

After Thursday night's (Mar.18) upsets during the 2022 NCAA Men's Tournament, chances are pretty high that you had to chuck your bracket into the trash. 

Hampton University is officially changing athletic conferences, again. After a few weeks of speculation, the Pirates are leaving the Big South Conference to join the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) on July 1 of this year. 

If convicted, Shingler could spend up to a year in prison and/or a $500 fine. He's due in court in February. 

Have you ever wondered how many Black Heisman trophy winners there are?

UConn freshman Azzi Fudd makes NIL history with her partnership with Steph Curry.

Suspended Virginia Tech football player Isimemen Etute has been indicted on second-degree murder charges stemming from the killing of a trans woman he met on Tinder. He allegedly beat Jerry Smith to death after finding out he wasn't a biological woman.