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CIAA-SAAC Enjoys Weekend of Service at CIAA Basketball Tournament, Scanlan Represents Chowan‏ - Allie Kolezynski
CHARLOTTE, NC- CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTO GALLERY Chowan University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) President Ryan Scanlan represented Chowan student-athletes on February 26th-28th at the CIAA Basketball Tournament. Scanlan, a men's soccer student-athlete at Chowan, along with SAAC representatives from CIAA member institutions took part in a variety of community service and engagement initiatives in Charlotte.  On February 26th, CIAA-SAAC met to discuss the progress of their initiatives for the 2014-15 academic year on their respective campuses. CIAA-SAAC serves as the voice of student-athletes at all 12 CIAA institutions while hosting Project Life bone marrow drives and supporting the NCAA Division II Make-A-Wish Initiative along with other various community service projects throughout the year.

Lady Broncos 6-0 in team matches
Lamont M. Hinson
Fayetteville, NC - The Fayetteville State University women's bowling team has posted a 6-0 record in team matches against Southern Division opponents after the second day of competition in the CIAA Divisional Bowling Event III at B&B Bowling Lanes on Saturday, March 14th. Senior Crystal Mujica (Fayetteville, NC) led the Lady Broncos with a team-high average of 178.70. Prior to the start of competition, all the senior student-athletes from the 10 participating CIAA institutions were recognized. FSU had presentations prepared for Mujica and first semester senior Ashley Cooper (Rocky Mount, NC), who was not present. The CIAA Southern Divisional Bowling Event III will conclude on Sunday, March 15th with baker's matches. Competition is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. at B&B Bowling Lanes.
Jim Juno
Virginia Union University's C'Evon Jones has won the school's first national championship in Indoor Track & Field by winning the women's 60 meter dash at the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Ala.
Jones, a junior from Pompano Beach, Fla., won the championship with a time of 7.35 seconds, with Raven Covington of Winston-Salem State University coming in second with a time of 7.42 seconds. "We decided to make a commitment prior to the National Championship," said VUU Track & Field Head Coach Wilbert D. Johnson. "During the last two weeks we got up at 4:45 a.m. and drove to Hampton, Va., to practice at the Boo Williams Complex. Commitment, hard work and dedication proved to be the correct formula for C'Evon Jones becoming a National Champion in the 60 meters." Jones' National Championship is the first National Championship for VUU since the men's basketball team won the National Championship in 2005
WSSU junior finishes second in the nation
Goodwin, Trevin Q.

BIRMINGHAM, AL – The Winston-Salem State Lady Rams saved their best efforts for last with some great performances at the 2015 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field National Championship Meet. Junior sprinter Raven Covington took center stage at the meet when she placed second in the women’s 60m dash at the meet. After recording a personal best 7.43 in the 60m preliminaries, yesterday, she followed up with a 7.42 in the event finals.

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