Winston-Salem State Announces Inaugural Winston-Salem Football ClassicThe Winston-Salem State University football team has an exciting season coming to the city of Winston-Salem with five home games and the inauguration of the Winston-Salem Football Classic. The three-day community-centered event is one of the strongest community partnerships in WSSU athletic history with the Rams joining strengths with the City of Winston-Salem and Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System.Full Story
WSSU's Jordan Cummings, Nathan Steger & Randy Norris Selected To NCCSIA TeamsGREENSBORO, NC - The North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) announced its selections for the 2016 College Division All-State Baseball Teams on Wednesday. Twenty-four players representing 11 different North Carolina Universities and Colleges were named to the 2016 NCCSIA College Division All-State Teams. Three WSSU Rams were among those selected to the first and second teams.Full Story
PRINCETON, WV – The Winston-Salem State University Rams baseball team closed out their 2016 season with two road wins, as the Rams defeated the Bluefield State Blues, 4-3 and 6-2 on Saturday at Hunnicutt Field in Princeton, WV.Full Story
April 30, 2016Chowan Upsets Winston-Salem St. in Doubleheader for CIAA Baseball TitleCary, North Carolina (April 30, 2016) – The Chowan University Hawks came back from opening the with a loss to downing Winston-Salem State University in two games for their first-ever CIAA Baseball Championship Title. The Hawks recorded a 12-2 score in game one and pushed through to upset the Rams 7-2 in the second battle.
April 27, 201610 WSSU Rams Earn All-CIAA Honors; Nathan Steger Named CIAA Player Of The YearCHARLOTTE, NC – The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), along with its Baseball Coaches Association, announced the 2016 All-Conference Teams, All-Rookie Team, Player of the Year and WSSU’s Nathan Steger was the recipient of the CIAA Baseball Player of the Year, to pace the way for five other first team selections and five second team selections.