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Fulmore Collects 41 Points, 32 Rebounds
On Feb. 1, 1986, Von Fulmore amassed 41 points and 32 rebounds against UNC-Asheville to establish NCCU women’s basketball records in both categories.  Details
NCCU's First Volleyball All-American
Shari Matthews became NCCU’s first volleyball All-American when she was voted as the 2006 NCAA Division II National Player of the Year.  Details
First CIAA Women’s Bowling Championship
When the CIAA instituted the sport of women’s bowling in the fall of 2001, NCCU rose to the occasion to win the first CIAA Women’s Bowling Championship.  Details
Historical Comeback
On Sept. 1, 2002, the NCCU football team rallied from a 27-point deficit to defeat rival North Carolina A&T 33-30 in overtime.  Details
Men's Tennis Boasts 10 Conference Titles
The NCCU men’s tennis program has won 10 conference championships. Details
Let's Play Four
On March 22, 1941, during an end-of-season men’s basketball tournament in Cincinnati, Ohio, NCCU played four games in one day.  Details
Taller than "Too Tall"
The tallest player in NFL history was a NCCU Eagle. Standing 7-feet tall and weighing 300 pounds, Richard Sligh roamed the NCCU gridiron from 1962-64.   Details
Lady Eagle Runners Dominate CIAA
From 1999-2006, NCCU captured seven of the eight CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) women’s cross country individual titles.  Details
CIAA's First WNBA Draft Pick
On April 19, 2002, NCCU center Amba Kongolo became the first women's basketball student-athlete in school and CIAA history to be drafted into the WNBA.  Details
NCCU Eagles in the NFL Draft
Forty NCCU football student-athletes have been selected in the National Football League Draft.  Details
The 'Secret Game'
On Sunday morning March 12, 1944, during a time of heated racial segregation, NCCU and Duke played the first racially integrated college-level basketball game in the South.  Details
The Beginning of Volleyball at NCCU
The sport of women’s volleyball achieved intercollegiate status at North Carolina Central University in 1975.  Details
Hall of Fame Boston Celtic Played at NCCU
Boston Celtic great Sam Jones, one of the greatest NBA players of all-time, is NCCU’s second-leading career scorer.  Details
NCAA Cross Country Trailblazers
On Nov. 4, 2006, NCCU became the first HBCU to advance to the NCAA Division II Women’s Cross Country National Championships.  Details
In the Beginning...
The first organized sports team at NCCU was baseball, fielding a squad in the first academic year of the institution in the spring of 1911.  Details
From Worst to First
The 1983-84 NCCU women’s basketball team ended the regular-season in last place, but rallied to win the CIAA Tournament.  Details
HBCU Gridiron Pioneer
John Brown, who represented NCCU on the gridiron in the 1940s, was one of the first to play professional football out of a historically black college or university.  Details
“Thousand-Dollar Team” Wins First Title
Under the direction of first-year head coach John B. McLendon, the 1940-41 men’s basketball team won the first championship in NCCU athletic history.  Details
Eagles in the Super Bowl
Two Eagles have represented NCCU on the National Football League’s grandest stage – the Super Bowl.  Details
Student-Athlete of the Month
Darlene Girardeau
Track and Field
North Carolina Central University women's track & field sophomore Darlene Girardeau has been named the NCCU Student-Athlete of the Month for January 2015 in recognition of her outstanding accomplishments in competition and in the classroom.

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