Brendan Medley-Bacon Named MEAC Co-Player and Defensive Player of the Week

NORFOLK, Va. - Coppin State's Brendan Medley-Bacon has been named the MEAC Men's Basketball Co-Player of the Week, it was announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon. Medley-Bacon also received the MEAC Defensive Player of the Week award. These are the first weekly awards of Medley-Bacon's career.

John, Westcarr Win Event Titles at Terrapin Invitational; Men’s Track Third in Team Standings

LANDOVER, Md. – Individual victories by Malik John in the 60m dash and Theodore Westcarr in the long jump highlighted the day for the Coppin State men's track team who finished third of 11 schools at the Terrapin Invitation on Saturday at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex.  The Eagles scored 82 points on the day, ranking just ahead of the host Terrapins and behind squads from Delaware State and Johns Hopkins.

Individual Victories & School-Records Help Women’s Track Finish Fourth at Terrapin Invitational

LANDOVER, Md. – Jasmine Henery (200m), Kimani Alphonse (400m) and Tre'J Johnson (long jump) picked up individual victories while Tatiana Ogundeko broke her own school-record in the Mile to lead the Coppin State women's track & field team to a fourth place finish at Terrapin Invitation on Saturday at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex.  The Eagles scored 64 points, finishing ahead of squads from George Washington, Loyola and Howard while ranking behind the host Terrapins, Johns Hopkins and Delaware State.

Medley-Bacon Helps Men’s Hoops Soar Over North Carolina A&T

BALTIMORE – Baltimore native Brendan Medley-Bacon registered career-highs 19 points and 14 rebounds to go with four blocks to lead the Coppin State men's basketball team to a come-from-behind 79-75 MEAC victory over North Carolina A&T Saturday afternoon at PEC Arena.

Women’s Hoops Falls to North Carolina A&T

BALTIMORE – Tyree Allen scored a season-high 13 points as Coppin State's women's basketball team fell to North Carolina A&T, 84-38 at PEC Arena on Saturday afternoon.

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