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.
As league tournament champs, the Lady Rams earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Atlantic Regional which begins today (May 5).
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.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Lead-off runner Jenele Terry of WSSU bolts out of the starting blocks during the 4×100 relay at the conference championships BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Rams defensive back Kenneth Sharpe (24) tackles the runner for a short gain. BY CRAIG
Photos by Craig T. Greenlee Kanoa Hironaka of the Rams pitched a two-hit shut-out over Virginia State last Saturday. Mental
Photo by Craig T.Greenlee Destiny Snipes ranks among the Rams’ team leaders in RBIs. BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Tametris Morrison led the way for Winston-Salem State in last week’s Wake Forest Open. Morrison
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The students at the three major colleges in Winston-Salem are rallying together to educate the
Photo by Tevin Stinson The daughters of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz sat down with WFU professor Michele Gillespie to