This year, the Rams’ reign as CIAA diamond kings ended in a manner that was shocking and unexpected. WSSU (31-22) breezed through the first two rounds of the conference tournament, but had a crash landing in the final round. In losing twice to Chowan, the Rams surrendered the league crown.
The familiar phrase, “It’s not how you start, but how you finish,” is so appropriate for what happened to Winston-Salem State in the finals of the CIAA baseball tournament last Saturday.
Submitted Photo Kevin Ritsche SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The WSSU Rams baseball team brought out the big sticks on Sunday, smashing five home runs in the afternoon, as the Rams
Photos by Craig T. Greenlee Kanoa Hironaka of the Rams pitched a two-hit shut-out over Virginia State last Saturday. Mental errors and sporadic bats are the key reasons why Winston-Salem
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Winston-Salem State University split a double header with the Virginia State Trojans on Sunday, April 3,
photo above: Members of the South Little League are on the field during opening day. (submitted photo) By Tevin Stinson
In photo above: Jordan Cummings delivered as the Rams primary closer in 2015. (Photos by Craig T. Greenlee) The
In photo above: Gavin Culler (1) hit a team-high .470 in the NCAA playoffs. (Photo by Craig T. Greenlee)
(Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee- Hayden O’Neal has filled a variety of roles as a starter and relief pitcher.) Winston-Salem
(Above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee- Jordan Cummings has performed well as a relief pitcher this season.) For the Rams,