Ettrick, VA-The Virginia State University football team kicked off the NCAA Super Two Region First Round Football Playoffs by hosting the University of West Georgia Wolves. The contest ruled in favor of the Wolves, 35-9.
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference champions, the Virginia State University Trojans, complete the 2017 campaign 10-1 overall, setting a new school record of finishing the regular season undefeated. University of West Georgia improv
Trent Cannon rushed for 186 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns to help lead the Virginia State University Trojans to its second Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Championship in four years. The Trojans prevailed over the Fayetteville State University Broncos 42-19 at Salem Football Stadium on Saturday evening. This is the 12th CIAA Championship title for the Trojans in school history, with their last capture in 2014. Cannon (Sr., RB) was named Nationwide's Mo
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) has announced the new host locations for eight of its 2016-2017 conference championships. In September, the 12 members of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Board of Directors reached the decision to immediately relocate 8 of the 10 North Carolina-based conference championships. The 2016 Women's and Men's Cross Country Championship will be held at Joseph Bryan Park in Richmond, Virginia on October 27, 2016.