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By Savannah Tribune | August 14, 2019

This week’s feature is with DeAndre Davis. The Savannah native is currently a educator and coach who works in the Liberty County School System. Davis is entering his 13th year of teaching and coaching at Bradwell Institute in Hinesville. He is a project success coordinator as well as coaches volleyball and track & field. When Davis arrived at Bradwell back … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Simone Biles: Breaking the Code of Points

By Savannah Tribune | August 14, 2019

This past weekend in Kansas City, Missouri at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Simone Biles stunned audiences with two history-making moments. The 22-year old, five-time Olympic medalist, 14-time World Champion, and sixtime (after this weekend) National All-Around Title winner completed moves that made her go viral once again. After an error on Friday during her floor exercise, in which Biles made … Continue reading “Simone Biles: Breaking the Code of Points”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | August 07, 2019

SSU Advances In Division II Membership Process At their July 12 meeting, Savannah State University was approved by the NCAA to continue advancement toward active Division II membership. SSU advanced to provisional year two of the two-year reclassification process from Division I. The Division II Membership Committee noted significant concerns related to Savannah State’s compliance program, its recent major infractions … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

A&T Picked To Win MEAC

By Savannah Tribune | August 07, 2019

North Carolina A&T State University has been picked to defend its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference football championship, as the Aggies topped the league’s annual preseason poll for 2019. Voting for the poll was conducted by the MEAC’s nine head coaches and football sports information directors. Bethune-Cookman is predicted to finish second followed by Florida A&M in third place and Howard in … Continue reading “A&T Picked To Win MEAC”

Girls on the Run Coastal Georgia & Lowcountry Hosts National Training Events for New Coaches

By Savannah Tribune | August 07, 2019

Girls on the Run Coastal Georgia and Lowcountry is currently recruiting Coaches for the upcoming Fall 2019 season. Training for new Coaches will be held on three consecutive Saturdays: August 3rd, 10th and 17th 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sylvan Learning 340 Eisenhower Drive #10 Savannah, GA 31406 CPR Training for new Coaches will run from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 … Continue reading “Girls on the Run Coastal Georgia & Lowcountry Hosts National Training Events for New Coaches”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | July 31, 2019

SWAC Releases 2019 Predicted Order of Finish The Southwestern Athletic Conference announced its 2019 Predicted Order of Finish on July 16 at their annual Football Media Day with Alcorn State and Southern tabbed to finish in first place in the Eastern and Western divisions respectively in a vote conducted by the leagues’ Head Coaches and Sports Information Directors. Alabama A&M, … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Fortnite World Cup Brings eSports To The Main Stage

By Savannah Tribune | July 31, 2019

This past weekend, hundreds of people descended upon the sold-out Arthur Ashe Stadium in the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York to witness 100 players, with an average age of 16, battle it out in the Fortnite World Cup for a prize pot worth $30m. For those unfamiliar with Fortnite, it is an online crossover video game … Continue reading “Fortnite World Cup Brings eSports To The Main Stage”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | July 24, 2019

Habersham Earns Preseason Honor Savannah native and current Albany State running back McKinley Habersham was recently named to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference preseason all conference team. The 5-9 senior, who play at Memorial Day during his school years, was named to the second team. During the 2018 season, Habersham was second on the team in rushing with 596 yards … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Florida Memorial To Bring Back Football

By Savannah Tribune | July 24, 2019

After a 61-year hiatus, the president and board of trustees at Florida Memorial plan to bring back football to the south Florida campus. The first Lions team took the field back in 1929 when they competed in the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Association. The last football game played by the Lions earned a 14-8 win over Albany State in 1958. The … Continue reading “Florida Memorial To Bring Back Football”

2020 Olympics: New and Noteworthy

By Savannah Tribune | July 24, 2019

The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan are a year away. In this upcoming Olympics there will be new sports, new tech and some of the familiar faces from previous Olympic Games. The Tokyo Olympics is rolling out a series of new tech to improve the games as well as to appeal to the younger crowd that will be attending. Two … Continue reading “2020 Olympics: New and Noteworthy”