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Black College All Acorlca
CYNTHIA THOMPSON - All C1AA Selection 1976-77
Freshman, 5-8 120, forward
Not often does a freshman come in and turn a basket
ball program around but that's just what Cynthia Thomp
son has done at Hampton Institute.
The five foot eight inch forward led the Pirates with a
16.6 scoring average and averaged 8.8 rebounds per game.
She led the team in virtually every offensive department
and provided th'e impetus to transform a 2-10 record in
1975-76 to a respectable 7-10 this past season.
A deadly shooter from 20 feet, Thompson possesses
amazing poise and coolness under pressure for a fresh
man. JOAN HUNDLEY - All CIAA Selection 1976-77
Senior, 5-11, 1 30, center
Trenton, New Jersey
A dominant center both offensively and defensive
ly, senior Joan Hundley recovered from an early season
injury in time to lead the Pirates to their best season
ever including five wins in the last eight games.
Selected All Central Intercollegiate Athletic Asso
ciation (CIAA) this year, Hundley averaged over 1 1 re
bounds per contest along with 13 points.
She was the leading scorer on the Pirates as a sopho
more and as a junior but an injury, which forced her to
miss the first game and hampered her early season per
formances, kept her from repeating her earlier play. Yet
she still won selection to the All conference team.
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Jimmy Young stands over.George Foreman after flooring the former heavy
land in the final round of a 12 round heavywright bout at San Juan March 17th.
YOUNG FLOORS FOREMAN
weiqht champion with a riqht hand
Waldemar Schmidt referees. Young earned a unanimous decision. (UPI).
Tennis Squad Aims For
Another Notional Title
THE GAME OF
WAS DEVELOPED FROM
A SAME ANCIENT GREEKS
PLAYED. SOME FRENCHMEN
STARTED PLAYING A
GAME RATHER SIMILAR
"TO TODAY'S GAME '
BACK IN THE I4O0 's.
MAJOR WALTER WlNGFlELD,
AN ENGLISHMAN, IS
CREDITED VVITH THE
INVENTION OF LAWN
REST AND RECUPERATION - George Foreman rests in his hospital bed Satur
day after his unanimous defeat by Jimmy Young in a 12 rounder. Foreman was
taken to hospital after the fight suffering from dehydration, chest pains, and a
possible concussion. (UPI).
TENNIS IN 1873. A
YEAR LATER, THE GAME
WAS FIRST PLAYED IN
THE UNITED STATES.
THE FIRST TENNIS
PLACE AT WIMBLEDON
ENGLAND IN 1877.
HAMPTON, VA. - What
does an NCAA national cham
pionship tennis team do for an
encore? They get better, of
The Pirates expected to be
strong again this season with
the return of three All America
performers but an incredible
recruiting year by coach
Robert Screen has improved
and strengthened the Pirates
Roger deSantis Guedes,
Bruce Foxworth and Rodney
Young, all top performers last
year returned to give the team
a solid foundation but the
addition of freshmen Carlos de
Brito, Noel Freitas and Santia
f go Jaquez has strengthened the
4Be4)pJfitomt .iop: to tbatteunt .
" '''' de Brito lias compiled a
4 8-2 record thus far playing in
: the. number two singles posi
tion. Freitas isn't far behind
with a 7-2 mark playing in the
number four position while
Jaquez, playing number six, is
4-6 in singles play.
Playing a primarily Divi
sion 1 schedule, the Bucca
neers have rolled to a 7-1
., overall record playing such
teams as (Jeorgia, Florida,
Duke and Clemson as well as
Division II powers Florida
International and Georgia
JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE - Leon Hillard. one time
Harlem Globetrotters dribbling whiz and later the team
coach, was shot to death March 14 in a Chicago South
west Side apartment, after a domestic quarrel. His
wife, Sandra, 38, was questioned by police and re
leased when police ruled the shooting was justifiable
play such teams as North Caro
lina State, North Carolina,
Alabama, Virginia Tech and
The tough schedule con
tinues as the Bucs prepare for
their Southern road tour to
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KNOXVILLE, TENN. -With
a 16-12 record in the
books after beating Clark for
third place in the NCAA Di
vision III South ' Regional,
Knoxville College has stowed
away its basketball gear.
But Coach Vic Arwood is
keeping his bags packed and
ready. He's going to take in
at least three state tourna
ments and some of the regional
play in Kentucky next week.
Arwood is in search of
talent to augment the pre
sent squad, none of whom is a
senior. Five of the 10 man
squad that participated in the
school's first NCAA play at
Lexington, Ky., are juniors.
They include All-Tournament
selection John Atkins, Shelby
Hathorn, Melvin Fluellen,
Ron Blanchette and Rodney
Williams, 6-5 forward from
Toledo, are the only freshmen.
Tracy Champion, Wayne Mc
Cullogh and ' Maurice Triche
Still another junior is Greg
Jones, talented 6-7 center from
Chicago who went out after
only 12 games with a knee
injury that required surgery.
If his knee is rehabilitated he
should give the Bulldogs the
board strength they missed
down the home stretch.
Arwood said beating Clark
in the consolation at Transyl
vania was "more satisfying"
than the usual consolation
"It was our third meeting
(each had won on the other's
home floor in SiAC play)"
Arwood pointed out, 'and it
gave us the season's edge.
If Arwood can add music
to this imposing returning
group, next season's Bulldogs
could surprise a lot of teams. '
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