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Jackson State University crosscountry, table tennis, basketball, bowling, volleyball jackson State University,jackson, Mississippi 39217 fraternities include Alpha phi Alpha, Kappa http://www.petersons.com/blackcolleges/profiles/jackson_state.html
Extractions: 601-968-2100 or 2237; 800-848-6817 (toll-free) Total Enrollment: Level of Selectivity: Slightly competitive Motto: You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free Location: Jackson State University is located in the heart of Jackson, the capital of Mississippi, with a population of approximately 396,000. The city features a zoological park, an art museum and gallery, house museums, historic buildings, and a planetarium. Shopping malls are nearby. Annual activities include the Mississippi State Fair, a blues festival, and the Jubilee Jam. The city is served by mass rail and air transportation. New Orleans, Louisiana, is approximately a 4-hour drive from the campus. HISTORY Jackson State University (JSU) is a four-year, state-supported, coed, liberal arts university. It was founded in 1877 as the Natchez Seminary by the American Baptist Home Mission Society in Natchez, Mississippi. The purpose of the seminary was for the moral, religious, and intellectual improvement of Christian leaders of the colored people of Mississippi and the neighboring states. In 1882, the institution moved to Jackson because of its central location in the state, and shortly thereafter the name was changed to Jackson College.
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Extractions: News from February 11. Dallas placed Samaki Walker on IR with a stress fracture in his right foot. The Women's Committee submitted Jody Conradt and Harley Redin for nomination for induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Conradt is the University of Texas' women's basketball coach and has won 700 games. Redin coach 18 seasons of women's basketball at Wayland Baptist and had a record on 431-66 from 1995 to 1973. The Hall of Fame nominees must receive 18 of 24 votes from the Honors Committee to be inducted. The announcement for the new inductees will occur June 29. Atlanta signed Drew Barry for the rest of the season and placed Eldridge Recasner on IR with a sprained right ankle. Cleveland signed Carl Thomas to a 2nd 10-day contract. Portland suspended Isaiah Rider for 1 game for leaving Tuesday's Por-LAL game before it ended. Phi 91, Dal 90 - at Phi Tim Thomas (Phi) had 16 points. Jim Jackson (Phi) had 19 points. Allen Iverson (Phi) had 27 points including 10-16 FG and 4-4 3-pointers and the game winning 3-pointer with 2.9 seconds left, 6 assists, and 9 turnovers. Dennis Scott (Dal) had 24 points and 5 rebounds. Michael Finley (Dal) had 17 points including 6-17 FG and 3 steals. Orl 96, Min 89 - at Min Charles Outlaw (Orl) had 14 points including 5-14 FG, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 blocks, and 5 turnovers. Horace Grant (Orl) had 14 points and 6 rebounds. Nick Anderson (Orl) had 28 points including 5-9 3-pointers and 11 rebounds. Kevin Garnett (Min) had 29 points on 14-22 FG, 12 rebounds, and 3 steals. Terry Porter (Min) had 18 points including 5-9 3-pointers and 7 assists. Orl shot 22-35 FT and Min shot 10-13 FT. Darrell Armstrong (Orl, strained right rotator cuff), Anfernee Hardaway (Orl, left calf strain), and Tom Gugliotta (Min, sore right ankle) did not play. Det 95, Mil 83 - at Det Grant Hill (Det) had 21 points including 7-10 FT, 6 rebounds, 9 assists, and 3 steals. Joe Dumars (Det) had 16 points including 4-7 3-pointers, 5 assists, and 4 steals. Jerry Stackhouse (Det) had 15 points. Glenn Robinson (Mil) had 25 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 turnovers. Ray Allen (Mil) had 24 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists, and 5 turnovers. Terrell Brandon (Mil, sprained left ankle) did not play. Sea 106, SA 105 - at SA Detlef Schrempf (Sea) had 21 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists. Vin Baker (Sea) had 24 points on 12-19 FG and the game winning jumper with 1.9 seconds left and 10 rebounds. Gary Payton (Sea) had 20 points including 3-4 3-pointers, 8 assists, and 4 steals. Tim Duncan (SA) had 26 points and 8 rebounds. David Robinson (SA) had 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Avery Johnson (SA) had 17 points including 8-11 FG and 7 assists. Ind 110, Mia 101 - at Mia Rik Smits (Ind) had 15 points and 6 rebounds. Reggie Miller (Ind) had 30 points including 4-4 3-pointers and 10-10 FT. Antonio Davis (Ind) had 19 points including 7-11 FG. Jamal Mashburn (Mia) had 19 points. Alonzo Mourning (Mia) had 21 points including 7-10 FT, 15 rebounds, and 7 turnovers. Tim Hardaway (Mia) had 32 points including 6-8 3-pointers and 3 steals. Chi 92, Cha 90 - at Cha Scottie Pippen (Chi) had 23 points and 6 assists. Ron Harper (Chi) had 12 points on 6-9 FG. Michael Jordan (Chi) had 29 points and 6 assists. Glen Rice (Cha) had 29 points including 9-11 FT and 5 rebounds. David Wesley (Cha) had 18 points. Corey Beck (Cha, pulled left groin) did not play. Was 110, LAC 104 - at LAC Calbert Cheaney (Was) had 28 points and 7 rebounds. Tracy Murray (Was) had 18 points. Rod Strickland (Was) had 32 points including 10-11 FT, 6 rebounds, and 13 assists. Rodney Rogers (LAC) had 34 points including 8-12 FT and 9 rebounds. Lorenzen Wright (LAC) had 12 points including 4-11 FG and 22 rebounds. Lamond Murray (LAC) had 28 points including 11-18 FG. Juwan Howard (Was, sprained left ankle) and Chris Webber (Was, strained right shoulder) did not play. LAL 105, GS 99 - at LAL Shaquille O'Neal (LAL) had 33 points including 9-17 FT, 10 rebounds, and 5 blocks. Nick Van Exel (LAL) had 19 points including 8-11 FG and 3-4 3-pointers and 14 assists. Rick Fox (LAL) had 15 points including 5-14 FG and 6 rebounds. Joe Smith (GS) had 25 points and 6 rebounds. Donyell Marshall (GS) had 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Tony Delk (GS) had 22 points including 4-10 3-pointers. LAL shot 51.3% (40-78) FG and 21-35 FT and GS shot 40.6% (41-101) FG and 12-12 FT. Eddie Jones (LAL, sprained right ankle) did not play.
Maine Technical College System Character Award, basketball; IBM Scholarship; Dean's List. Gael S. jackson, SouthernMaine Technical College, South Portland Achievements President, phi Theta http://www.mtcs.net/NewFiles/pressrelease4.html
Extractions: email: email@example.com The eleven students selected for the team are: Kathryn M. Doak-McDonald of Wilton, a business administration-hospitality major at Central Maine Technical College (CMTC) in Auburn Carrie Graiver of Norway, a general studies major at CMTC Laura A. Manson of Corinna, a business management major at Eastern Maine Technical College (EMTC) in Bangor Jon Morrison of Oakland, an applied computer and electronics major at Kennebec Valley Technical College (KVTC) in Fairfield. Morrison was also named Maine's 2001 Centennial Scholar by the American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa. He will represent Maine at the AACC Centennial Convention in Chicago, IL in April.
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Extractions: Bow down to the... West Chicago WifeBeaters 1999 NIBL Champions Game 1: Aruba 98, West Chicago 87 (boxscore) Game 2: West Chicago 99, Aruba 78 (boxscore) Game 3: West Chicago 147, Aruba 90 (boxscore) Rose McGowan is even hotter than... The Flippin' NIBL Playoffs! Bill Krieger... May 27, 1999 I've managed to pull myself out of my depression and personal hell to bring you the 1999 post-season NIBL awards. First off, the NIBL 1999 MVP is the player that scored the most nibls during the season. For the second year in a row, the NIBL 1999 MVP is: 1999 NIBL MVP Karl Malone (uth) Shorewood Scepters 1,063 nibls Karl led the league 1,063 nibls. Two other players also broke the thousand nibl barrier this year. In second place, Shaq from Matunuck had 1,042 nibls and Tim Duncan of Baghdad scored 1,022 nibls. Bow down to these three owners because these three players were also the first three picks of the draft. "I had to draft Karl Malone," said Shell Evans, owner of the Shorewood team, "but I don't like Karl Malone." Thanks Grama Shell... don't we all.
The Roto Times Basketball Player Profile Jim jackson Sac G. 20022003 Stats Game Log New! 1997-98, phi, 48,37.2, 13.7, 5.1, 45.98, 2.6, 81.82, 39, 34.82, 1.4, 4.7, 4.6, 0.9,0.1, 3.0, 2.3. http://www.rototimes.com/basketball1/profile.pl?129
NBA Basketball Injury Report NBA basketball Update (Generated at 2/14/2003 62220 PM Pacific, reload for themost current information. 1/18. phi 76ers. G, Bobby jackson, Hand (surgery), IL. http://www.jimfeist.com/Corner/Injuries.asp?Sport=NBA
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Extractions: FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWS By Randy Ragsdale firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://db.farmington.k12.mo.us/news/hs/ February 03, 2003 Tue Feb 7:00 pm Senior Parent Meeting (FHS cafeteria) Wed Feb 6:30 pm Athletic Booster Club Meeting (Telecom. Room) Thu Feb. 5:00 pm FHS Science Fair Sat Feb 8:00 am ACT Test Sat Feb Winter Guard at Francis Howell Central Mon Feb 10 6:30 pm FFA Chili Supper in High School Cafeteria Fri Feb 14 8:00 am Inclement Weather Make-Up Day for Thursday, Jan. 16 th Fri Feb 14 Valentines Day Sat Feb 15 Winter Guard at Northwest HS (Regional) Sun Feb 16 First Payment Due for Costa Rica Trip Mon Feb 17 No School (Presidents Day) Mon Feb 17 7:00 pm Winter Guard at Girls Basketball Game Wed Feb 19 8:00 am W.Y.S.E. Academic Competition at Mineral Area College Sat Feb 22 Jazz Ensemble Winter Guard at Francis Howell HS Sat Feb 22 Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Festival at Truman State Sun Feb 23 Jazz Ensemble Winter Guard at Francis Howell HS Sun Feb 23 Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Festival at Truman State Thu Feb 27 Earthquake Drill Fri Feb 28 MAAA Swing Choir Festival at Park Hills Central HS Fri Feb 28 5:30 pm Jazz Ensemble Rehearsal The 2003 Sweetheart Queen was junior, DeEtta Harper, representing the Future Teachers Club.
The NBA Finals 194849 season when the BAA and the National basketball League (NBL Warriors andSyracuse Nationals-phi. 1991, CHICAGO, phil jackson, 4-1 (LWWWW), LA Lakers, Mike http://www.infoplease.com/ipsa/A0003843.html
Extractions: Sports Pro Basketball Through The Years Although the National Basketball Association traces its first championship back to the 1946-47 season, the league was then called the Basketball Association of America (BAA). It did not become the NBA until after the 1948-49 season when the BAA and the National Basketball League (NBL) agreed to merge. In the chart below, the Eastern finalists (representing the NBA Eastern Division from 1947-70, and the NBA Eastern Conference since 1971) are listed in CAPITAL letters. Also, each NBA champion's wins and losses are noted in parentheses after the series score. Multiple winners: Boston (16); Minneapolis-LA Lakers (14); Chicago Bulls (6); Phi-SF-Golden St. Warriors and Syracuse Nationals-Phi. 76ers (3); Detroit, Houston and New York (2).
NDBA Fantasy Basketball - Rosters (SF) Eddie Griffin HOU, 2051.88, 28.11. (SG) Allen Iverson - phi, 4003.28, 66.72. (PG) Steve Francis - HOU, 3186.07, 55.9. (PG) Bobby jackson - SAC, 2161.38, 26.68. http://www.ndbahoops.com/0203/draft/viewroster.cgi?E 13
NDBA Fantasy Basketball - Rosters (PF) Kwame Brown WAS, 811.88, 14.24. (PG) Eric Snow - phi, 2325.18, 38.12.(PG) Bobby jackson - SAC, 2161.38, 26.68. (SF) Morris Peterson - TOR, 2098.7,33.31. http://www.ndbahoops.com/0203/draft/viewroster.cgi?N 13
Extractions: Scott Scherer and Lauren Jackson Receive C-USA Scholar Awards Tiger athletes receive $4,000 Postgraduate Scholarships from league office. May 20, 2002 Conference USA named the recipients of its Postgraduate Scholarship Awards today. The league annually presents six $4,000 Postgraduate Scholarship awards to graduates as selected by the Faculty Athletics Representatives at the conference's annual Spring Meetings. 2001-02 Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients Rhian Clarke, Houston Women's Track Patricia Young, Louisville Women's Track Lauren Jackson, Memphis Women's Basketball Carolyn Lyon, South Florida Women's Track Ryan Detmer, Cincinnati Men's Golf Scott Scherer, Memphis Football Rhian Clarke, Houston, Women's Track Rhian Clarke graduated from Houston this month with a 3.82 GPA in corporate communications and a minor in public relations. She plans to continue training for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and attend law school, where she hopes to specialize in sports and media law.Clarke just won her sixth straight Conference USA pole vault championships on May 10 as she tied her own C-USA meet record with mark of 12-5.50. She finished fourth at the 2001 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships with a vault of 13-9.25 to help UH finish in seventh place as a team. She also finished in seventh place in the pole vault at the 2000 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships with a mark of 13-1.50 at the 2000 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.