Ingraham throws for a victory Sports

Ingraham throws for a victory

March 26, 2023

Milton Ingraham Seminoles.com AUBURN, Ala. —  Milton Ingraham’s win in the men’s discus led Florida State’s track and field throwers at the Auburn Classic. Ingraham, a senior from Miami Gardens, had the field’s longest throw of 56.68 meters in the discus. Ingraham was second team All-ACC honor in the event

Hall leads FAMU top-five finishers at River City face Sports

Hall leads FAMU top-five finishers at River City face

March 26, 2023

Lauryn Hall took 11.57 to run the 100-meter race, giving the Rattlers a first place finish at the River City Spring Break Classic.Photo by Kyrease Desseau Special to the Outlook JACKSONVILLE – After two days of competition in the River City Spring Break Classic, the Florida A&M men’s and women’s

Undermanned Seminoles fall to Georgia in tourney Sports

Undermanned Seminoles fall to Georgia in tourney

March 26, 2023

FSU women’s basketball players made one of their last huddles during their NCAA tournament first round game.Photo submitted by FSU athletics Special to the Outlook IOWA CITY, Iowa – No. 7 seed Florida State women’s basketball ended its 2022-23 campaign after falling to 10th-seeded Georgia, 66-54 in the NCAA first

Players celebrate rebirth of golf at Florida’s oldest HBCU Sports

Players celebrate rebirth of golf at Florida’s oldest HBCU

March 26, 2023

Members of Edward Water University’s golf team walked their campus to spark awareness about the program.Photo submitted by NNPA By Helen RossSpecial to NNPA Newswire The uniforms were the start. Black skirts and orange, purple, red and white polos with a glow-in-the-dark logo. The young women on the Edward Waters

Latson named national Freshman of the Year by The Athletic Sports

Latson named national Freshman of the Year by The Athletic

March 20, 2023

Ta’Niya Latson is the first freshman ever to lead the ACC in scoring at 21.3 points per game.Photo submitted by FSU athletics Special to the Outlook It hasn’t been close. And The Athletic made it known. Florida State women’s basketball freshman guard Ta’Niya Latson was selected as a near-unanimous pick

Minor leaguers could  take minimum wage hit Sports

Minor leaguers could take minimum wage hit

March 20, 2023

Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson will be an ambassador and consultant for the FAMU athletic department.Photo submitted by FAMUAntonio Carter By Jim TurnerNews Service of Florida Minor league baseball players would be exempt from Florida’s voter-approved minimum wage law under a proposal that has started moving forward in the state Senate. The

Eagles receive  at-large bid to  National Tournament Sports

Eagles receive at-large bid to National Tournament

March 20, 2023

Coach Rick Cabrera, seen celebrating a TCC win with his son, will take the Eagles to the national tournament this week. Special to the Outlook TCC men’s basketball team received an at-large bid to the NJCAA Division I Tournament last Sunday, one day after finishing second in the state championship

Rattlers’ home opener comes after two games on the road Sports

Rattlers’ home opener comes after two games on the road

February 17, 2023

Coach Willie Simmons at a recent 220 Quarterback luncheon.Photo by St. Clair Murraine Special to the Outlook Looking to get at least their fourth consecutive nine-win season, the FAMU football team begins its quest on Sept. 3 against Jackson State in the Orange Blossom Classic. That game will be followed

Athlete-pay changes get final approval Sports

Athlete-pay changes get final approval

February 17, 2023

When Gov. Ron DeSantis signs the latest Florida NIL bill into law, colleges and universities will be able to direct endorsements to student-athletes.Photo by St. Clair Murraine By Ryan DaileyNews Service of Florida Florida colleges and universities likely will soon be able to help connect student-athletes with endorsement deals under

The joy for Riley’s HOF induction  does not supersede the disappointment Sports

The joy for Riley’s HOF induction does not supersede the disappointment

February 17, 2023

After 40 years, Ken Riley has finally got his place in the NFL’s Hall of Fame.Photo submitted Vaughn R. Wilson Kenneth Jerome “Ken” Riley played his last NFL game with the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 17, 1983.  At the time he retired after playing 15 years with the same team,