The way the Rams Football team has been rolling, it is little wonder that the program has landed a premium spot on the CBS Sports Network. Learn more here.
A bill circulating in the halls of the state legislature would allow those with permits to carry concealed weapons on UNC campuses. WSSU’s police chief is against it. Learn more.
The City of Winston-Salem wants to sell Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Bowman Gray Stadium. And, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University want to buy them respectively. But, what city and university officials are learning is that city residents have strong points of view about how the deal is done. Read more here. […]
No one can deny that 2012 was a monster year for WSSU athletics. The university paid tribute recently to the athletes, coaches, and staff that helped make school history. Learn more here.
The Winston-Salem State Rams (13-8) will make their second trip to the NCAA postseason for the second time in three seasons when the team takes on the Charleston (WV) Golden Eagles (19-5) in the 2013 NCAA Division II Atlantic Region #2 Tournament. The Rams will take part in the tournament after winning their first Central […]
Contributing Writer, Lamont Hinson CIAA Spring Sports WINSTON-SALEM STATE TOPS CHOWAN 9-1 TO WIN THE 2013 CIAA BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Rams claim their third straight CIAA title On the third and final day of competition at the 2013 CIAA Spring Sports Festival, Winston-Salem State University defeated Chowan University 9-1 in the championship game to claim their […]
Rams focus on winning third CIAA baseball conference tournament. Learn more here.
Winston-Salem State University head baseball coach Kevin Ritsche earned the CIAA’s top coaching honor, and freshman Jordan Carlton and seniors Tyler Hickernell and Travis Moore were named first team All-CIAA, while Kyle Boraski and Carlton were named to the CIAA’s All-Rookie team, as announced at the 2013 CIAA Spring Sports Banquet in Petersburg, VA. The […]
The Rams are once again making their presence felt in both baseball and softball. Learn how here. The men’s baseball team with a 34-9 record is once again vying for a conference championship and a playoff spot for a national title. Read more. John Dell’s Ram Ramblings takes an in-depth look.
In a recent article published in the Charlotte News and Observer, WSSU Chancellor Donald J. Reaves was among several Historically Black College and University (HBCU) leaders to voice their concerns to North Carolina Senators Kay Hagan and Richard Burr, during an HBCU Summit, about the need for federal help to allow students to continue their […]