Last Saturday, May 7, the Lady Warcats faced off against members of the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) in the first ever S.M.I.L.E.S (Supporting Many Innocent Lives Enabling Success) Charity Game.
Briyonna Gambrell’s decision to try track and field was transformative and life-changing. In the not too distant past, Gambrell was clearly treading down the wrong path at North Forsyth.
Winston-Salem State University Director of Athletics, Tonia Walker, has been selected to receive the YMCA Black Achievers Distinguished Service Award for her leadership, strong values and service to the Winston-Salem community.
WSSU, which finished the season at 30-23, delivered a comeback win (5-4 over Chowan) in the finals of the CIAA Tournament to earn its second trip to post-season play in three years. Even so, the make-up of this year’s squad is not quite the same as the team that advanced to the playoffs in 2014.
The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has announced that L’Tona Lamonte has been selected as the 11th head women’s basketball coach in school history.
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has named Eboni Graham as the new coach of
As league tournament champs, the Lady Rams earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Atlantic Regional which begins today (May 5).
Even though Jahnae Bowman’s vision of attending college on a track scholarship has come to pass, she’s not about to sit back and admire her handiwork as Parkland’s top sprinter and long jumper.
While growing up in East Winston, Rayvon Mitchell always had aspirations of signing a contract to play professional football. Last weekend his wish came true.
Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson has been appointed to serve as the representative from Region 2 on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Presidents Council.