Randall Williams | Sports Editor Being the first HBCU to have a Division I lacrosse program is a big deal for Hampton University. Still, it’s safe to say the team has struggled since the program began in 2016. The Pirates have won just a single game in their first 13 matches. However, this is not a talent issue. Hampton has gone out of state to recruit all sorts of different players. Stellar athletes include Kier Johnson, Jonathan Napier and, most recently, Carter Boone. In their first year, the team struggled both offensively and defensively. On the offensive side, they failed … Continue reading Hampton lacrosse hopeful for the 2018 season
Justin Whitner | Staff Writer The Hampton Pirates’ home games have gone extremely well for the Pirates as of late. Jermaine Marrow and Lysander Bracey led Hampton with fantastic performances in back to back games. When the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats came to visit Hampton on January 29th, they entered the Convocation Center with a better record. Jermaine Marrow did not let that phase him, though. Marrow put up his best performance of the year thus far. He scored a career high 35 points, recorded 10 rebounds and was one assist shy of a triple double. The game was clearly coming to … Continue reading Hampton Pirates Men’s Basketball has a challenge in store
William E. Ricks | Contributing Writer The Hampton University football team will be preparing for their conference-scheduled games after playing the Monmouth University Hawks, on September 23. The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference is wide open this year, credit to the lack … Continue reading Can the Hampton Football Team Become Rulers of the MEAC?