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Ba, Coleman Receive President’s Eagle Awards at CSU's Annual ESPY Awards
BALTIMORE – Track & Field's Amadou Ba and volleyball's Miajavon Coleman received the President's Eagle Awards as Coppin State University Athletic Department held its annual Eagles ESPY Awards on Wednesday night at James Weldon Johnson Auditorium.  Sam Sessoms from men's basketball and volleyball's Andrea Tsvetanova received CSU's Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards, respectively.
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Women’s Tennis Falls to NC Central in MEAC Tournament
CARY, N.C. – Coppin State's women's tennis team's season came to an end with a 4-0 loss to North Carolina Central University on Thursday morning at Cary Tennis Park.
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Women's Tennis Sweeps Wagner in Doubles Play
BALTIMORE, M.D.: Despite winning out in all doubles matches with multiple singles victories, women's tennis falls one point shy to Wagner on Sunday for a final score of 4-3. The Eagles are now 1-15 for the season while remaining 0-4 in conference play.
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Ampaw & ElSherif Pick Up Doubles Win; Women’s Tennis Falls at Loyola Maryland
BALTIMORE – The duo of Indy Ampaw and Hana ElSherif earned a victory at No. 3 doubles but the Coppin State women's tennis team fell at Loyola University Maryland, 7-0 on Thursday afternoon at McClure Tennis Center.
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Women's Tennis Drops to Delaware State on the Road
Dover, D.E: With 15 games won at first singles and multiple wins in doubles play, women's tennis lost to Delaware State on Monday, March 27th for a final score 7-0. The Eagles are now 0-4 in conference play, while Delaware State advances to 2-1 in the MEAC.
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Women's Tennis Concludes MEAC Round-Up in Loss Against South Carolina State
Cary, N.C.: Women's tennis concludes MEAC round-ups in a 6-0 fall to South Carolina State despite multiple games won in singles play. The Eagles drop to 0-3 in conference play, while South Carolina State remains undefeated in the MEAC at 4-0.
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Women’s Tennis Falls to NC Central in Day 2 of MEAC Roundup
CARY, N.C. – Coppin State's women's tennis team dropped a MEAC matchup to NC Central, 7-0, on Friday afternoon at Cary Tennis Park.
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Johnson Picks Up Singles Win as Women’s Tennis Falls to Norfolk State
CARY, N.C. – Emperess Johnson blanked her opponent in singles play, but the Coppin State women's tennis team fell to Norfolk State, 6-1 on the opening day of the MEAC Roundup on Thursday afternoon at Cary Tennis Park. Indy Ampaw and Hana ElSherif combined for a win at No. 3 doubles, but the Spartans picked up the doubles point with victories in the first two slots.
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Victory for Ampaw in Singles Match; Multiple Games Won in Loss to Lafayette
Easton, Pa: United Kingdom native India Ampaw lead the Eagles with a victory at third singles in a two-set match. Despite several games won in singles matches, and eight wins collectively at first and second doubles, the Eagles fell short to Lafayette 6-1 on Saturday, February 5th. The Eagles are now 0-2 for the season.
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Ampaw Debuts, Etienne Leads Eagles in Singles in Loss at Maryland
College Park, MD: Megan Etienne won three games at second singles to lead the Eagles while University of South Dakota transfer India Ampaw made her Coppin debut. The Eagles lost to University of Maryland 4-0 on Sunday, January 22nd at the Junior Tennis Champions Center.