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Hampton University's football program has not lost five consecutive games since 1991, when the Pirates dropped their first five and finished 2-9. But now it's going to take a home victory over rival Norfolk State in a couple of weeks to prevent...
Donovan Rose remembers it in detail, which isn't surprising. Most coaches recall losses more vividly than wins, particularly when a win was snatched away by forces outside their control. Rose and Hampton University (0-3, 0-1 MEAC) host league rival...
Hampton University's women's basketball team, coming off its third straight NCAA tournament appearance, will compete in the 2012 Paradise Jam in the U.S. Virgin Islands from Nov. 22-24. The Lady Pirates will be in the Reef Division, along with fellow...
Daily PressLife can't get too much better for Old Dominion's men's soccer team, at least in the regular season. Tim Hopkinson scored twice as the Monarchs (5-0) beat host Creighton -- which is ranked as high as No. 2 nationally -- 2-1 before 6,848 fans in a four-...
James Owens rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries as Florida A&M topped visiting Hampton 44-20 in the MEAC opener for each school. Damien Fleming threw for 184 yards and three touchdowns on 21-of-28 as the Rattlers (1-2, 1-0 MEAC)...
Hampton University has played one solid half of offense in each of its two games, not nearly what's desired or expected. But the men in charge see progress and believe that the Pirates will find footing in the near future. The Pirates averaged just 218...
First thing Monday morning, 36 hours after a satisfying win against a local rival, Old Dominion coach Bobby Wilder and several of his players were on the practice field running gassers as punishment. The stain on ODU's comprehensive 45-7 tableau...
Pace figures to play a major role in the Old Dominion-Hampton game Saturday, which seems counterintuitive for two no-huddle, pass-first offenses. But ODU wants to play ultra-quick, while the Pirates aim to hold the ball, move the chains and at least limit...
Tags: Sports, Old Dominion Monarchs, Football, Bobby Wilder, Piracy
It was a natural, born of geography and the area's obsession with football. An ambitious start-up and an established college program separated by just 13 miles. It made too much sense for Hampton and Old Dominion not to play each other. But as HU and the...
The first two meetings between local rivals Old Dominion and Hampton were tight, interesting affairs that weren't decided until the end. The Monarchs, on their way out the Football Championship Subdivision door, left no doubt this time. Taylor Heinicke...
Hampton University's next exceptional defender is in uniform because of, in order, a coaching change in Ann Arbor, Mich., a chance conversation at a rec league basketball game in New Orleans, and a persuasive phone call from Pirates' coach Donovan Rose....
Next time maybe Hampton University coach Donovan Rose can distribute 5-Hour Energy to his players beforehand, or perhaps equip the locker room with jumper cables. The Pirates’ slow start was their undoing in Thursday’s season-opening 41-31...
Tags: Sports, Ohio Valley Conference, Football, College Sports, Piracy
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