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By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Slocum Enters Hall of Fame After the COVID-19 pandemic prevented their induction ceremony last year, the Macon Sports Hall of Fame held their annual event on May 4, honoring what would have been the class of 2020. Among the eight individuals honored was Savannah State graduate Robert Slocum who was inducted for football and coaching in front of family and … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Twenty-Five Student- Athletes Conferred Degrees At SSU 198th Commencement

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Twenty-five student athletes were conferred their college diplomas this weekend during the 198th Savannah State University Commencement. The spring graduation was divided into three separate events, as each of the school’s colleges held their own ceremony so COVID-19 safety policies could be followed. The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences held their ceremony on Friday at 9 a.m. followed … Continue reading “Twenty-Five Student- Athletes Conferred Degrees At SSU 198th Commencement”

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By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

Powell Earns Football Award Delvecchio Powell II, a redshirt freshman running back at Presbyterian College, has been named the Pioneer Football League Freshman Offensive Player of the Year. In seven games this spring, Powell totaled a team-high 311 rushing yards including a touchdown coming against Morehead State on the ground. He also picked up 17 catches for 135 receiving yards … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Beyond The Bell Savannah To Host Virtual Reading Program For Local Youth To Observe National Prevention Week

By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

National Prevention Week (NPW) is a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) supported annual health observance dedicated to increasing public awareness of, and action around, substance abuse and mental health issues taking place May 9 – 15, 2021. SAMHSA holds NPW in May each year as it is near the start of summer, an important time for school, … Continue reading “Beyond The Bell Savannah To Host Virtual Reading Program For Local Youth To Observe National Prevention Week”

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By Savannah Tribune | April 28, 2021

KSU Hires Jones as Athletics Chief Operating Officer Kennesaw State University Director of Athletics Milton Overton has hired Tamica Smith Jones to serve as the Chief Operating Officer for the Department of Athletics. The move marks a homecoming for Jones, who is a native of Atlanta with over 20 years of experience in collegiate athletics, including the last five years … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Eat Local, Shop Local And Help Build DJ Fields’ Legacy

By Savannah Tribune | April 28, 2021

The Bluffton and Hilton Head Island communities were shaken deeply by the March 5, 2021 killing of Bluffton High School senior Dwon Fields, Jr., known lovingly to so many across the Lowcountry as “DJ.” Now, two months later, you can help build the beloved Bluffton native’s legacy simply by eating out or spending money at a local business that is … Continue reading “Eat Local, Shop Local And Help Build DJ Fields’ Legacy”

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By Savannah Tribune | April 21, 2021

Johnson Does Well at HBCU Combine Former Savannah State offensive lineman Michael Johnson represented himself and the university well at the HBCU Combine which took place April 9-10 on the campus of University of Alabama-Birmingham. Of the 43 participants, Johnson’s 25 reps in the bench press was only beaten by South Carolina State’s Tyrell Goodwin who lift 225-pounds 34 times. … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

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By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Crisp Earns Basketball Honor East Georgia State College sophomore Preston Crisp has been named to the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) Division I All-Region squad for his performances on the court during the 2020-21 season. The 6-foot-5 guard from Savannah was named to the GCAA second team. A graduate of Woodville-Tompkins High School, Crisp played in 21 games this season … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Former Savannah State Lineman Michael Johnson Invited To HBCU Combine

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Following invitations to the Hula Bowl and the Tropical Bowl, former Savannah State offensive lineman Michael Johnson accepted an invitation to the inaugural HBCU Combine, set for April 9-10. Johnson will join two other Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) players at the combine on the campus of the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Johnson is the first Savannah State football player to … Continue reading “Former Savannah State Lineman Michael Johnson Invited To HBCU Combine”

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By Savannah Tribune | April 07, 2021

SC State Fires Basketball Coach South Carolina State University will not renew the contract of Bulldog’s men’s basketball head coach Murray Garvin, Director of Athletics Stacy Danley announced on March 15. Garvin spent 11 seasons on the Bulldog’s staff, the last nine as head coach, and compiled an overall record of 88-166 as head coach with a 50-75 mark in … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”