Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Florida A&M Baseball Continues Fall Practice and Announces 2016 Schedule

TALLAHASSEE, Florida  -- The Florida A&M baseball team, which is coming off its' first MEAC Baseball Championship since 1994, continues to work through its' fall practice schedule as the Rattlers are in the second week of practice that will conclude at the end of October.  FAMU will wrap up fall practice with five games against junior college opponents over the final two weeks of October, in Tallahassee.

"We broke the fall up into two segments," said head coach Jamey Shouppe. "The first segment will be a three week segement in which we go six days a week to get our 20 hours a week in. We do that to get our system in place and because it mirrors what we'll do when we come back in January to get ready for our 2016 season. When we come back, we'll have six weeks to prepare for our first game. We will play five games our last three weeks of our fall."

Florida A&M will face Darton College (Oct. 13), Chipola State College (Oct. 15), Gulf Coast State College (Oct. 19), and NW Florida State College (Oct. 21) all at Moore-Kittles Field before wrapping up the fall schedule at Tallahassee Community College on October 27. All games are scheduled for a 5:00 PM first pitch.

13                Tues        Darton College (JC)                               Tallahassee, FL   5:00 pm
15                Thurs       Chipola State College (JC)                   Tallahassee, FL   5:00 pm
19                Mon         Gulf Coast State College (JC)               Tallahassee, FL   5:00 pm
21                Wed         NW Florida State College (JC)              Tallahassee, FL   5:00 pm
27                Tues        at Tallahassee Community College (JC)  Tallahassee, FL   5:00 pm

FAMU returns 21 players, including nine pitchers, from a 2015 team that was a part of a historic season that saw the Rattlers advance to the programs first-ever NCAA Regional as Florida A&M reached the Gainesville Regional.

"Been impressed with the talent that's there, Shouppe continued." "There's very good competition behind the plate between Brian Davis and Jacky Miles, Jr., a transfer from Chipola. We feel like offensively we're going to be better. At first base, we brought in a fifth year transfer from Jacksonville University in Dylan Dillard, who we think is going to be a good asset to us offensively. We've just been very pleased so far in how the fall has gone."

Florida A&M’s roster will have 13 newcomers, including six freshmen, five junior college transfers and one collegiate transfer.

Of those 13 newcomers, five are additions to the pitching staff that only lost one senior from 2015. Last year's staff posted the first-ever sub-5.00 team ERA in program history.

"We've got a lot of new guys in the system and the guys returning have done a good job of helping them out and guiding them to the things that we do on a consistent basis," said pitching coach Bryan Henry. "The scrimmages have been great so far and has given me a chance to learn their stuff. It's also a chance to see what pitches they like to throw in certain situations and how hitters react to them. The best part about it is the competition we have going on between the pitching staff. It's a little deeper than it was last year with us only losing one senior and we brought in a few guys. It's no secret that there's some great competition for those innings and it will bring out the best in everybody. We've got some guys that can throw secondary pitches for strikes and anytime you can throw an off-speed pitch in a fast ball count, you're going to have success. We've got multiple guys who know how to pitch and when you combine that with the guys coming back from last year, and returning your whole weekend rotation, that's always a good thing. The depth is there we may not have had last year."

Shouppe also announced the 2016 Florida A&M baseball schedule as the Rattlers will see 16 games against in-state opponents. On top of the home MEAC schedule, FAMU will host games against Marshall, Western Michigan, Toledo, Florida Gulf Coast, North Florida, Jacksonville, Alabama State and Mercer. Florida A&M also has a mid-week game at Auburn (Feb. 24) and a three-game weekend series at Miami (April 29-May 1) for a very strong 51-game schedule.

Under head coach Jamey Shouppe the Rattlers have won 29 regular season games against MEAC opponents (29-19), which is the most conference wins over any two-year period in program history.

The 2016 season will open on Friday, February 19 against Marshall for a three-game series at Moore-Kittles Field.

As always, fans can follow Rattler Baseball on Twitter @FAMUAthletics and the 2016 baseball schedule is now available on


Former Nuggets coach is 2016 LSHOF inductee

NEW ORLEANS — Janice Joseph-Richard, whose .824 winning percentage is the highest ever by a Xavier University of Louisiana basketball coach, was announced Wednesday as a 2016 inductee of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.
Joseph-Richard (pronounced REE-shard), who died nearly five years ago, will be enshrined Saturday, June 25 in Natchitoches to culminate a three-day Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Celebration. A 35-member Louisiana Sports Writers Association committee selected the inductees.

Joseph-Richard coached the XU women for six seasons (1992-98), leading them to a 159-24 record, 91-11 in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference games. Her final five XU teams won GCAC regular-season and tournament championships, and the Gold Nuggets won their final 28 games (including tournaments) against GCAC opponents.

She is the only XU basketball coach to earn four consecutive first-round victories at the national tournament. Her Gold Nuggets won in the opening round of the NAIA Division I National Championship every year from 1995-98. Joseph-Richard was GCAC Coach of the Year four times, including each of her final three seasons.

Joseph-Richard also was a head coach at San Jose State for seven seasons (1999-2006) and her alma mater, Louisiana College, for three seasons (2007-10). Her 16-season record as a head coach was 307-163.

As a player at Louisiana College, Joseph-Richard was an American Women's Sports Federation two-time first-team NAIA All-American and was All-GCAC four times, the last three unanimously. She collected more than 2,300 points and 700 assists at LC and as a senior (1985-86) set the GCAC season record of 283 assists. She led the GCAC in scoring and assists each of her final two seasons. Her final season she also led the Lady Wildcats to third place in the NAIA Division I National Championship at Kansas City, Mo.
Joseph-Richard died Dec. 1, 2010, at age 46 after a lengthy battle with breast cancer.

Current Gold Nuggets head coach Bo Browder was an assistant on Joseph-Richard's final XU team. Current Gold Rush head coach Dannton Jackson was Joseph-Richard's assistant from 1993-97. Both Browder and Jackson are the winningest XU coaches in those programs' histories.

Joseph-Richard will be the third Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame inductee who attended XU or whose XU accomplishments factored significantly in the selection. Donald "Slick" Watts (basketball) was inducted in 2011, and Otis Washington (football) was inducted this year. (Watts' XU coach, Bob Hopkins, was inducted in 1978 primarily because of his playing career at Grambling and in the NBA.)

The other 2016 inductees will include Ben Sheets, Rick Jones and Dave Malarcher (baseball); Anthony Thomas. Jim Hightower and Arthur "Red" Swanson (football); and P.J. Brown (basketball). Three more inductees will be announced later this year.

Janice Joseph-Richard as Head Coach
of XU Women's Basketball
All GamesGCAC Games  
SeasonWLPct.WLPct.    GCAC Rank
1992-93218.724124.750    3rd of 9
1993-94284.875151.938    Tie-1st of 9
1994-95255.833142.875    1st of 9
1995-96286.824162.889    1st of 10
1996-97297.806162.889    1st of 10
1997-98284.8751801.000    1st of 10
Totals (six seasons)15934.8249111.892

Ed Cassiere, Sports Information Director

XU schedule: 17 home games, 5 games vs. NCAA D2

NEW ORLEANS — Seventeen home games, five matchups with NCAA Division II opponents and a pair of December tournaments are among the highlights of the 2015-16 Xavier University of Louisiana men's basketball schedule.

Dannton Jackson, back for his 13th season as head coach of the Gold Rush, announced the schedule Tuesday.

The XU men will play their first five regular-season games at home, and they'll have a second five-game home stand Dec. 29-Jan. 13. The Gold Rush will open the season at 7 p.m. Oct. 29 against Webber International, then play host to Carver the next evening at 6.

Xavier, a perennial NAIA power, will play NCAA Division II's Spring Hill at home Nov. 7, Miles at home Nov. 12, LeMoyne-Owen for homecoming Nov. 21, Clark Atlanta Nov. 27 at SUNO and LeMoyne-Owen Dec. 17 in the Magicians' JCJ Classic at Memphis, Tenn.

Xavier will play host to LSU-Shreveport, Fisk and Mobile in the Gold Rush Holiday Classic Dec. 29-30.

Additional schedule notes:

     •  LSUS, a former Gulf Coast Athletic Conference rival of Xavier, will play host to the Rush Nov. 24. It will be the teams' first meeting since LSUS left the GCAC after the 2009-10 season.
     •  Xavier will visit Southeastern Louisiana in a Nov. 4 exhibition. It will be the 14th time a Jackson-coached team faces an NCAA Division I opponent and the 12th time in an exhibition. It will be the second meeting between Xavier and SLU; the first was in the 1977-78 season.
     •  There will be nine games against 20-game winners from 2014-15: one against Concordia (Ala.) and two apiece against LSUS, William Carey, Philander Smith and Talladega. Concordia was a USCAA national semifinalist and won 17 of its last 18 games this past season. Talladega was 32-5 en route to GCAC regular-season and tournament championships, three weeks as the No. 1 team in NAIA Division I and a No. 2 postseason ranking after reaching the national semifinals. Philander Smith will visit Xavier Jan. 11, Talladega will visit Jan. 25, and William Carey will visit Feb. 11.
     •  Xavier and Auburn Montgomery (Jan. 13 at XU) will meet for the first time since the 1996-97 season.
     •  The Gold Rush, second in the GCAC regular season and tournament a year ago, will open the conference schedule Jan. 4 at home against Edward Waters.
     •  Xavier will play GCAC city rival Dillard Feb. 6 at XU in the Crosstown Classic and Feb. 27 at Dillard's Dent Hall. The first meeting will be played on Endymion Saturday, one of the prime days of Carnival. GCAC city rival SUNO will visit Feb. 15, and non-conference city rival Loyola will visit Nov. 9. Xavier also will visit Loyola (Dec. 3) and SUNO (Feb. 1).
     •  The GCAC Tournament will be March 4-6 in New Orleans. The winner will receive an automatic bid to the Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I National Championship March 16-22 at Kansas City, Mo.

Xavier, 24-10 overall and 11-3 in the GCAC in 2014-15, returns seven lettermen, including first-team All-GCAC point guard Morris Wright, and seeks to extend a school record with a sixth consecutive bid to the NAIA's national tournament. Jackson is 273-117 at Xavier and the program's all-time winningest coach. This will be Xavier's fourth season in the Convocation Center, a $25 million facility which seats nearly 4,000.

Xavier University of Louisiana
2015-16 Men's Basketball Schedule

Oct. 29 (Thu.):  WEBBER INTERNATIONAL, 7 p.m. 
Oct. 30 (Fri.):  CARVER, 6 p.m. 
Nov. 4 (Wed.):  at Southeastern Louisiana, 7 p.m. (exhibition)
Nov. 7 (Sat.):  SPRING HILL (DH), 4 p.m.
Nov. 9 (Mon.):  LOYOLA, 7 p.m.
Nov. 12 (Thu.):  MILES, 7 p.m.
Nov. 17 (Tue.):  at Mobile, 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 21 (Sat.):  LeMOYNE-OWEN (DH), 1 p.m. (Homecoming)
Nov. 24 (Tue.):  at LSU-Shreveport, 6 p.m.
Nov. 27 (Fri.):  Clark Atlanta (at SUNO), noon
Dec. 1 (Tue.):  MOBILE (DH), 7:30 p.m. 
Dec. 3 (Thu.):  at Loyola, 7 p.m.
Dec. 12 (Sat.):  at William Carey, 7 p.m.
Dec. 17 (Thu.):  at LeMoyne-Owen, 6 p.m. (JCJ Classic, Memphis, Tenn.)
Dec. 18 (Fri.):  Concordia (Ala.), 4 p.m. (JCJ Classic, Memphis, Tenn.)
Dec. 29 (Thu.):  LSU-SHREVEPORT, 5 p.m. (Gold Rush Holiday Classic)
Dec. 30 (Fri.):  FISK, 5 p.m. (Gold Rush Holiday Classic)

Jan. 4 (Mon.):  •  EDWARD WATERS (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 11 (Mon.):  •  PHILANDER SMITH (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 13 (Wed.):  AUBURN MONTGOMERY, 5 p.m.

Jan. 16 (Sat.):  •  at Talladega (DH), 5 p.m.
Jan. 18 (Mon.):  •  TOUGALOO (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 23 (Sat.):  •  at Philander Smith (DH), 4 p.m.
Jan. 25 (Mon.):  •  TALLADEGA (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 1 (Mon.):  •  at SUNO (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 6 (Sat.):  •  DILLARD (DH), 5 p.m. (Crosstown Classic)
Feb. 11 (Thu.):  WILLIAM CAREY (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 15 (Mon.):  •  SUNO (DH), 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 20 (Sat.):  •  at Edward Waters (DH), 5 p.m. EST
Feb. 22 (Mon.):  •  at Tougaloo (DH), 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 27 (Sat.):  •  at Dillard (DH), 5 p.m.
March 4-6 (Fri.-Sun.):  Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament, New Orleans
March 16-22 (Wed.-Tue.):  Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I National Championship, Kansas City, Mo.

•  Gulf Coast Athletic Conference game
(DH) Doubleheader with Xavier's women
All times are Central except where noted
Schedule is subject to change

Ed Cassiere, Sports Information Director

Being at Bowman Gray a welcome sight on Rams' schedule

WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina -- Bowman Gray Stadium will finally play host to a football game Saturday.

The long-awaited first home game for Winston-Salem State this season will take place at 1:30 p.m. against Chowan. After four straight road games, the Rams (1-3, 1-0 CIAA) will get to play in front of their home fans for the first time in 2015.

And to a team that is full of confidence coming off its first victory of the season, Bowman Gray Stadium never looked so good.

“We are very excited,” running back Bronson Greene said. “We know we attract a good following on the road with our fans, but to be in our own stadium will be great.”

What’s also great for the Rams is they have established an identity. In the previous five seasons the Rams were one of the top scoring teams in the CIAA, but not anymore.


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

SSU Announces 2015-16 Men’s Basketball Schedule

SAVANNAH, Georgia  -- Savannah State University head men's basketball coach Horace Broadnax has released the Tigers 2015-16 schedule.

Highlighting the schedule are 14 regular-season home games in Tiger Arena.

The Tigers will play teams from nine Division I conferences (Mid-Eastern Athletic, Big South, Sun Belt, Southeastern, Ohio Valley, Southwestern, PAC-12 and the Big 12) that will take them to nine different states (Oregon, Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Utah, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina) as well as the District of Columbia.

Once again, Broadnax has put together a tough non-conference slate which includes road games at Oregon, Baylor, Utah and Missouri.

Broadnax is beginning his 11th season as head coach of the Tigers.

Savannah State begins the regular season with a trio of home games against Florida National (Nov. 13), Campbell (Nov. 16) and Arkansas State (Nov. 18).

The Tigers will then take a four-game road swing at Oregon (Nov. 20), Baylor (Nov. 23), Jackson State (Nov 27) and South Florida (Nov. 29).

SSU starts the month of December at home with regional rival Georgia Southern (Dec. 2) as well as a game with Eastern Kentucky (Dec. 5). A road game at Utah (Dec. 16) closes out the 2015 portion of the schedule.

A trip to Missouri (Jan. 2) starts off 2016 for the Tigers.

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) competition starts on Jan. 5 with a trip to at Florida A&M in Tallahassee, Fla.

Following a four-game home stand where SSU plays North Carolina A&T State (Jan. 9), North Carolina Central (Jan. 11), Maryland-Eastern Shore (Jan. 16) and Delaware State (Jan. 18), the Tigers hit the road for four contests at Hampton (Jan. 23), Norfolk State (Jan. 25), North Carolina A&T State (Jan. 30) and Bethune-Cookman (February 2).

Savannah State returns home on Feb. 6 and 8 for games against Morgan State and Coppin State before returning to the road to play at South Carolina State (Feb. 13) and Howard (Feb. 20).

The Tigers will take a break from MEAC play to host Allen on Feb. 23.

South Carolina State will come to Tiger Arena on Feb. 27, followed by a road trip to North Carolina Central on Feb. 29.

Savannah State will close out the regular season with a home game against Florida A&M on March 3.

The MEAC tournament will take place March 7-12 in Norfolk, Va.

Savannah State, which is coming off of a 9-22 season, make their 2015-16 debut with home exhibition contests against local rival Armstrong State (Nov. 3) and Limestone (Nov. 10).

SSU Men's Basketball Schedule 2015

11/3/2015 Armstrong State University (Exh.)Savannah, Ga.8 p.m.                        
11/10/2015 Clark Atlanta University (Exh.)Savannah, Ga.7 p.m.                         
11/13/2015 Florida National UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                      
11/16/2015 Campbell UniversitySavannah, Ga.7 p.m.                        
11/18/2015 Arkansas State UniversitySavannah, Ga.7 p.m.                        
11/20/2015 University of OregonEugene, OR8 p.m. (PT)                        
11/23/2015 Baylor UniversityWaco, TXTBA                        
11/27/2015 Jacksonville State UniversityJacksonville, AL7 p.m. (CT)                        
11/29/2015 University of South FloridaTampa, FL2 p.m.                         
12/2/2015 Georgia Southern UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                        
12/5/2015 Eastern Kentucky UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                        
12/16/2015 University of UtahSalt Lake City, UTTBA                        
1/2/2016 University of MissouriColumbia, MOTBA                         
1/5/2016 Florida A&M UniversityTallahassee, FLTBA                        
1/9/2016 North Carolina A&T State UniversitySavannah, Ga.6 p.m.                         
1/11/2016 North Carolina Central UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                         
1/16/2016 University of Maryland Eastern ShoreSavannah, Ga.6 p.m.                         
1/18/2016 Delaware State UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                         
1/23/2016 Hampton UniversityHampton, VA6 p.m.                        
1/25/2016 Norfolk State UniversityNorfolk, VA8 p.m.                         
1/30/2016 North Carolina A&T State UniversityGreensboro, NC4 p.m.                        
2/2/2016 Bethune-Cookman UniversityDaytona Beach, FL7:30 p.m.                        
2/6/2016 Morgan State UniversitySavannah, Ga.6 p.m.                        
2/8/2016 Coppin State UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                         
2/13/2016 South Carolina State UniversityOrangeburg, SC6 p.m.                         
2/20/2016 Howard UniversityWashington, DC4 p.m.                         
2/23/2016 Allen University (S.C.)Savannah, Ga.8 p.m.                         
2/27/2016 South Carolina State UniversitySavannah, Ga.6 p.m.                         
2/29/2016 North Carolina Central UniversityDurham, NC8 p.m.                        
3/3/2016 Florida A&M UniversitySavannah, Ga.8 p.m.                        
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament
3/7-12/2016 MEAC Basketball TournamentNorfolk, Va.TBA                         


Williams setting hot pace for JSU receivers

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Daniel Williams gave himself a “B” for his performance through four games this season.

If that’s the case, it’s difficult to imagine what the Jackson State receiver’s “A” game looks like.

Williams had a 1,000-yard campaign as a sophomore, but has taken his game to new heights with 30 catches for 517 yards and four touchdowns so far this season.

“His maturity level has been the most important thing, a big difference from last year,” Tigers wide receivers coach Derrick McCall said on Tuesday. “He’s always been a hard worker, and I think he’s putting everything into perspective as to what could possibly be at the next level (NFL). So he has taken it to a different level as far as film study and work ethic.”

The junior’s business-like approach has him placed at third in the FCS receiving yards rankings. He’s fourth in receiving yards per game with 129.3. He’s first in the SWAC in receptions per game with 7.5.


Southern University launches the Devon Gales Fund

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana -- Southern University Athletics, along with the Southern University System Foundation, launched the Devon Gales Fund Monday afternoon in an effort to provide financial assistance to Gales and his family to cover medical expenses.

The Devon Gales Fund is the official fundraising platform of Southern University and A&M College. All donations can be made by visiting the Devon Gales Fund webpage.

Contributions to the Devon Gales Fund can also be mailed to the following address:

Southern University System Foundation
c/o Devon Gales Fund
PO Box 9562
Baton Rouge, La. 70813

Gales, a SU wide receiver, suffered a severe spinal injury on September 26, 2015 during the Southern-Georgia football game in Athens, Ga. Gales, who underwent surgery Sunday, is in good spirits and will remain in the care of the doctors at Athens Regional Medical Center until further notice.

Southern University is extremely thankful for the continuous prayers and well wishes that Gales has received from many people nationwide.


Monday, September 28, 2015

GSU’s 70-point outing deemed ‘ugly’ by Fobbs

GRAMBLING, Louisiana  -- There aren’t many times when a football coach will deem a game “ugly” after putting up 70 points on the scoreboard.

Grambling coach Broderick Fobbs will when his team helped give up 54 points and almost 600 yards of total offense in a wild 70-54 win Saturday over Prairie View A&M at the State Fair Classic in Dallas.
“To me it’s an ugly win because I expected us to play better total as a team," he said. "It’s not just about the offense. It’s about the kicking game, making sure we punt the ball effectively, making sure we tackle effectively and then, defensively, making sure that we get off the field on third down.

Even though Grambling improved to 2-0 in Southwestern Athletic Conference play, the win wasn’t even close to Fobbs’ standards. Grambling almost allowed Prairie View to come back from four 20-plus point deficits before the offense, led by seven total touchdowns from quarterback Johnathan Williams and four from running back Martez Carter, sealed the victory.


Alcorn State, Tuskegee Solidify Top Spots in Week 4 of HSRN Polls

HARTLY, Delaware  -- Alcorn State University and Tuskegee University remained in the top spots following the fourth full week of HBCU football action.  ASU solidified its position on top of the FCS rankings while, for the second straight week, TU’s Golden Tigers were unanimously picked #1 in DivisionII/NAIA HSRN Football Polls.In the Division I FCS poll, Alcorn State QB John Gibbs, Jr. threw two touchdowns passes as the Braves breezed by Concordia-Selma 40-7 on Saturday at Spinks-Casem Stadium.
North Carolina A&T and South Carolina State remained #2 and #3 as Bethune-Cookman and Tennessee completed the top five.

#7 Grambling State and #10 Norfolk State entered the poll for the first time this season

In Division II, Tuskegee ran its unbeaten streak to four with a convincing 41-14 road win over Lane College. For the second straight week, the Golden Tigers captured all the first place votes of HSRN pollsters.

Virginia Union took sole possession of second place in the reshuffled rankings. Bowie State climbed to third followed by Chowan and Virginia State. Fort Valley State returned to the top 10 while Fayetteville State, on the strength of is win over Virginia State, entered the poll for the first time this season.

Division I FCS

School (First Place Votes)RecordPtsLast Week
1Alcorn State (12)3-11451
2North Carolina A&T2-11302
3South Carolina State (2)2-11193
5Tennessee State (1)3-1857
7Grambling State2-253NR
9Prairie View A&M2-2228
10Norfolk State1-320NR

Others receiving votes

N.C. Central (14), Texas Southern (14), Alabama St (10)., Morgan St.(10), Jackson St.(4) Alabama A&M (3)

Division II/NAIA

School (First Place Votes)RecordPtsLast Week
1Tuskegee (13)4-01321
2Virginia Union3-11212T
3Bowie State3-1985
5Virginia State2-2542T
6Fort Valley State3-139NR
7Fayetteville State1-336NR
8Elizabeth City State2-1374
10Winston-Salem State1-33310

Others receiving votes

Livingstone (25), Albany State (14), Miles (13), Lincoln (PA) (8), Lane (7), Central State (6),West Virginia St. (5), Lincoln (Mo) (5), St. Augustine's (4), Stillman (3), Kentucky St. (2), Texas College (1), Johnson C. Smith (1)

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