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NAIA

See the HISTORY…
The NAIA tip-off of the men’s basketball tournament in Kansas City in 1937 began a 78- year run that is the longest running event in college basketball. It was the first collegiate athletics association to invite historically black colleges into membership and the first to sponsor both men’s and women’s national championships. Tennessee State A&I became the first college team to win three consecutive national championships (1957-58), followed by the Kentucky State Thorobreds in 1970-72. Miriam Walker became one of the most celebrated women’s college basketball players and still sits atop of 15 offensive scoring records. Central State, Ohio won two basketball championships in the 1960s and had three football championships in the 1980’s. HBCUs enjoyed other successes before leaving for the NCAA.
(http://www.naia.org/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205323019)
BASKETBALL MEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS                 BLOCKS
bates,billy,ray.kentucky.state.78.2.jpeg
BASKETBALL WOMEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS                 BLOCKS
walker.samuels.miriam.clafl
 
FOOTBALL
PASSING           RECEIVING           RUSHING            SCORING                 RETURNERS          ALL PURPOSE        KICKERS           TACKLES          SACKS           INTERCEPTIONS          PUNTERS
strange, forrest. tennessee.state.1
 
TRACK & FIELD MEN
OUTDOOR:      SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS          INDOOR:     SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS
milburn,rd.southern
 
TRACK & FIELD WOMEN
OUTDOOR:     SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS     INDOOR:          SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS
hemmings, deon, csu,o

NCAA

The HISTORY…
The National Collegiate Athletic Association began in 1910 as the IAAUS (Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States). In 1938, the conference first basketball tournament was won by Oregon, 46-33 over Ohio State. It was not until the late 1950s before it formally began to accept Black colleges into its ranks. By 1973, when they formed three subdivisions (Div. I, Div. II and Div. III), many of the HBCUs began to migrate over from the NAIA, which had accepted them 20 years before. Dave Whitney’s Alcorn State teams had already established their contender status with upsets and near upsets over highly ranked predominately-white teams before Winston-Salem State, led by legendary coach Clarence “Bighouse” Gaines and Hall of Fame player Earl Monroe became the first Black college team to win a Div. II basketball championship. In football, Florida A&M claimed the first Div. 1-AA football championship in 1978. In track, Leroy Walker (NCCU), Ed Temple (Tenn. State), Barbara Jacket (Prairie View) and numerous others built strong programs that won numerous championships for years to come. Recently, George Williams (St. Augusine’s) leads a contingency that has carried on the tradition. Williams’ St. Aug’s men team captured 14 NCAA II titles, while Bob Screen’s impressive tennis teams at Hampton U have been perennial contenders.

DIV. I

 
BASKETBALL MEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS    BLOCKS    

frazier,wilbert.grambling.65.2

 
BASKETBALL WOMEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS     BLOCKS 

beale,darlene,howard.3

 
FOOTBALL
PASSING           RECEIVING           RUSHING            SCORING                 RETURNERS          ALL PURPOSE            TACKLES          SACKS          INTERCEPTIONS          PUNTERS/KICKERS
1. tripes copy
 
TRACK & FIELD MEN
OUTDOOR:    SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS      INDOOR:         SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS  
brown,bob.umes
 
TRACK & FIELD WOMEN
OUTDOOR:     SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS      INDOOR:         SPRINTS          HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS  
wells,kellie.hampton-WEB

DIV. II

 
BASKETBALL MEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS                 BLOCKS
haynes,marques.langston.4
 
BASKETBALL WOMEN
SCORING           REBOUNDS           ASSISTS            STEALS                 BLOCKS
spells,hyacinth,norfolk-web
 
FOOTBALL
PASSING           RECEIVING           RUSHING           KICKERS          SCORING                 RETURNERS               ALL PURPOSE          TACKLES          SACKS          INTERCEPTIONS          PUNTERS
payton,walter.jackson.state.1970
 
TRACK & FIELD MEN
OUTDOOR:     SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS     INDOOR:      SPRINTS          HURDLES           RELAYS             FIELD EVENTS 
moses, edwin. morehouse.5
 
TRACK & FIELD WOMEN
OUTDOOR:     SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS            FIELD EVENTS   INDOOR:       SPRINTS           HURDLES           RELAYS      FIELD EVENTS   

Earlene Brown, Tennessee State


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