WINDSOR, NC- The Chowan University football team continues to make
an impact in the local community. With the local areal still
reeling from the impact of Hurricane Matthew, the Hawks spent the
evening of October 14th lending a helping hand.
Head Coach Tim
Place, along with Associate Minister to the University
Drew Phillips, and 20 Chowan football student-athletes traveled to
Cashie Baptist Church to assist with local cleanup efforts; working
with the local community to help revitalize the area after
The Chowan football team participates in various community service
and community engagement projects over the course of the year. The
team is also in the midst of their annual "Five-for-Feeding the
Hungry Campaign". Click HERE to
read more about the project.
WEEK 8 OF MEAC FOOTBALL FEATURES ESPNU BROADCAST, 4 HOMECOMINGS
ESPNU contest is on tap as Bethune-Cookman will travel to
Norfolk State this Saturday as there will also be four
homecoming match-ups. The contest will be shown live on ESPN3 and televised
on ESPNU at 10:30 p.m.
CIAA Football Preview: Week 8
Bri Funte October 22,
Charlotte, NC (October 20, 2016) – Only three weeks separate
the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association regular season
the 2016 Football Championship in Salem, Virginia. Last year's
top two teams have emerged as the frontrunners of their
respective divisions, but are closely followed by their rivals.
Bowie State University and Winston-Salem State University will
have to make no mistakes the remainder of the season to ensure
repeat appearances at this year's championship.