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Junior Andre Horne puts up a shot against Coppin State on Monday night.
Photo by Terry Wright.

Bears Rout Eagles In First Matchup Of the Season

Devon Ashby, Staff WriterThe Morgan State Bears looked to avenge last season’s loss to cross-town rival Coppin State University, and did so in a dominant fashion with a 40-point win on Monday night. The Bears did whatever they wanted offensively. They scored 28 points in the paint and got to the free-throw line 22 times in the first half alone, making 11 of those shots. Morgan’s bench put on an impressive performance on the night in contributing 36 points, including 12 from freshman Antonio Gillespie. “I think we played well as a unit instead of as individuals,” said Gillespie. “I […]

by · February 2, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS, SPORTS
Senior guard Rasean Simpson begins to drive for a layup.
Photo by Terry Wright

Bears Shut Down Nation’s Leading Scorer

by Benjamin McKnight III, Editor-In-ChiefHoward University’s James Daniel III leads the nation in scoring with 28.2 points per game. The second person on that list is Buddy Hield at the University of Oklahoma with 25.9. For any other team that is 3-15 going into a game against an opponent who has the highest scorer in the nation, the pressure would be enough for them to fold early on. For Morgan State, it was nothing more than a slight challenge that they could not back down from. The Bears held Daniel 10 below his season average in an emphatic 83-63 win […]

by · January 31, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS, SPORTS
Bears Look to Continue Success at Homecoming

Bears Look to Continue Success at Homecoming

by Blair YoungAfter starting the year 0-2 and being outscored 130-21, the Morgan State football team looked far from the team that won the MEAC championship a year ago. Since then they have run off four straight wins including starting 3-0 in conference play. The success of the team may come to a surprise to some, especially after losing 10 players before the season because they were academically ineligible. Last season’s leading rusher Herb Walker Jr., who set school records with over 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns, was one of 10 players suspended by the NCAA. With no premiere running […]

by · October 16, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · SPORTS