It’s hard to find a more even league in the country.
Schedules are rolling out all over the country but things are still fluid.
A look back...and a frightening look ahead
LeVelle Moton’s Eagles were predictably the cream of the crop, but Florida A&M and Howard surprised.
The university outlined the benefits to leaving the MEAC in a PDF on its website.
The MEAC looks like it will lose another school to conference realignment
The Eagles dropped to 1-5 in MEAC play
But the Spartans have plenty of competition.
The Hornets sting the kings of the MEAC.
Robert McCullum’s team took home a program first on New Year’s Eve.
The Eagles are back!!!!
Dayton offers exposure and financial incentive for limited resource institutions.
LeVelle Moton has the Eagles rolling.
Norfolk State and NC A&T pick up wins, Morgan State gets back on track.
As the nonconference slate has tortured the MEAC, conference play is almost here.
NSU picks up slight revenge for the MEAC, other teams are heating up as well
For a school that’s rising on many levels, the third-year coach has his basketball program ready to rise too.
It’s a Cole world, and the MEAC is just living in it
It’s Bethune-Cookman’s conference to lose, but will they continue their dominance from last season?
Eric Skeeters was an assistant coach for UMBC last season. If you recall, 16 seed UMBC upset 1 seed Virginia in the NCAA Tournament.
The school says it will conduct a national search in 2019. Clifford Reed will lead the team in the meantime.
Demontrae Jefferson scored 25 in the win
LeVelle Moton’s Eagles are looking for the first tournament win in program history.
LeVelle Moton’s Eagles are going dancing for the third time since they joined the Division I ranks in 2011.
Norfolk State and North Carolina A&T avoided upsets Monday night in Virginia. On the losing end, is it time for new coaches at Delaware State and Maryland Eastern Shore?