Bethune-Cookman continued its dominance in the battle of the cats by bashing the Savannah State Tigers with a 42-12 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) victory before a Municipal Stadium crowd of 5,975.
Head coach Terry Sims, who is in his first year at the helm of the Wildcats program in Daytona Beach, earned his first collegiate victory as a head coach, taking down Grambling on the road by a thrilling 56-53 decision last Saturday.
Head Coach Gravelle Craig announced in June, that the Wildcats will travel to the Bahamas from August 18-23.
The Orlando Magic will host over 20 basketball camps, designed for boys and girls of all skill levels ages 7-16, across Central Florida this summer. Registration is officially open and limited space is still available for all sessions.
As a prelude to Fan Appreciation Weekend, the Magic will offer fans the opportunity to meet veterans Nikola Vucevic and Tobias Harris and Magic rookie Elfrid Payton on April 9, where they will sign autographs for fans.
Orlando Magic players Tobias Harris and Kyle O’Quinn, Magic Dancers and STUFF, the Magic mascot, showed up to surprise passengers aboard Southwest Airlines 779 arriving from Atlanta and those heading to Philadelphia on Flight 1544, on February 23.
The Orlando Magic will travel to Memphis for the second game of a back-to-back as they take on the Grizzlies tonight, January 26.
As part of the Orlando Magic and UnitedHealthcare’s commitment to a healthy community, the two teamed up to host Fit Fest 2015 on January 10 at the Amway Center.
The Magic will embark on a four-game road trip, beginning with three consecutive contests against Western Conference opponents.