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March 8, 1994
Coppin State, which just completed its second straight undefeated season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, dominated the league's men's postseason awards. The Eagles placed three players on the all-conference first team, led by junior forward Stephen Stewart, the Player of the Year and the only unanimous choice on the All-MEAC team.Stewart led the MEAC in scoring with an 18.0 average, was 10th in rebounding (5.6), fourth in three-point field-goal accuracy (44 percent) and fifth in free-throw shooting (77 percent)
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March 2, 1995
COPPIN STATE (18-8) vs. DELAWARE STATE (7-20)Site: Hill Field HouseTime: 1:30Radio: WOLB (1010 AM)Outlook: Once again, Coppin State is the class of the conference, having won 15 straight games to take its third straight MEAC regular-season title. The Eagles are led by senior forward and Player of the Year Stephen Stewart (14.8 ppg, 6.6 rpg) and senior guard Sidney Goodman (14.5 ppg, 2.3 spg). Delaware State is led by sophomore F Chris Nurse (16.1 ppg, league-high 10.4 rpg).MORGAN STATE (5-21)
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By Paul White and Paul White,Contributing Writer | March 6, 1993
NORFOLK, Va. -- Top seed Coppin State rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to hold off No. 8 seed Howard, 65-57, and advance to the semifinals of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament yesterday at The Scope.The Eagles won their 14th straight game and extended their record over MEAC opponents this season to 17-0, none of which seems to matter to Coppin State coach Fang Mitchell."We don't worry about any of that stuff," Mitchell said. "We're still playing. That's all I care about."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | February 19, 1995
When North Carolina A&T edged Coppin State six weeks ago in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both teams, the message to the Eagles was clear: Don't expect a repeat of last year. Don't expect to walk through the MEAC unchallenged.In their rematch with the Aggies yesterday at the Coppin Center, the Eagles -- particularly senior guard Sidney Goodman -- looked like a team that had not forgotten that loss, which snapped their 32-game regular-season MEAC winning streak.Goodman scored a career-high 33 points, highlighted by a school-record 19-for-19 performance at the foul line, and Coppin State's tenacious man-to-man defense took care of the rest in an 80-60 whipping of the Aggies.
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By Kent Baker | February 11, 1992
Coppin State needed a breather. The Eagles had lost four of their past six games by five points or fewer, and they had been hit by one injury after another.The reprieve arrived last night in the maroon and gold of Bethune-Cookman, the last-place team in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.Coppin had no trouble stopping a two-game losing streak against the turnover-hampered Wildcats, rolling to a 105-83 victory at the Coppin Center as six players scored in double figures.Senior guard Larry Yarbray (22 points)
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March 2, 1995
COPPIN STATE (18-8) vs. DELAWARE STATE (7-20)Site: Hill Field HouseTime: 1:30Radio: WOLB (1010 AM)Outlook: Once again, Coppin State is the class of the conference, having won 15 straight games to take its third straight MEAC regular-season title. The Eagles are led by senior forward and Player of the Year Stephen Stewart (14.8 ppg, 6.6 rpg) and senior guard Sidney Goodman (14.5 ppg, 2.3 spg). Delaware State is led by sophomore F Chris Nurse (16.1 ppg, league-high 10.4 rpg).MORGAN STATE (5-21)
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By David Lanier and David Lanier,Contributing Writer | December 23, 1993
NORMAN, Okla. -- Coppin State came out throwing up bombs with the hopes of maybe dropping one on the Oklahoma Sooners last night at the Lloyd Noble Center.The strategy worked for more than a half before the Eagles wavered and lost, 79-64.Coppin State (5-5, three losses to Big Eight teams) led by 10 points behind a devil-may-care approach and led, 49-43, with 11 minutes left.Oklahoma (5-1) bounced back, however, making a few three-pointers of its own and eventually romping to its third win in as many games in the past three years against Coppin State.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | January 24, 1993
Coppin State is the top team in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, having won its first three league games by an average of 24 points. But, despite entertaining a Florida A&M team that has been struggling, the Eagles knew they would be in for a battle last night.The Eagles, despite shooting 39.7 percent from the field, were able to rally from a six-point second-half deficit on their way to a 69-63 win before a crowd of 2,300 at Coppin Center.On paper, it looked like a mismatch, pitting the team with the league's best record against a Florida A&M team that entered last night losing three of its previous four games.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
When an unbeaten conference team boasting the best defense plays the team with the worst offense, the results are all but inevitable.So it was hardly surprising that Coppin State rolled to its 30th straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory, over Florida A&T, 99-47, at the Coppin Center last night. In recording their most lopsided win of the season, the Eagles (17-7, 11-0) also extended their nation-high Division I winning streak to 11, their 19th straight at home.Coppin has not lost since losing a non-conference game Jan. 2 to Boston College, 90-64.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | December 1, 1994
NEW YORK -- Felipe Lopez was the nation's most talked-about freshman long before he played his first collegiate game.Last night, Lopez added more luster to his fast-growing reputation at the expense of a Coppin State team that is starved for a victory against a big-time opponent.Coppin State produced a heroic effort against St. John's, but came up short, 78-73, at Alumni Hall.The Eagles gave up size and rebounds all night, but countered with a three-point barrage that helped them lead the Red Storm for the game's first 35 minutes.
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March 8, 1994
Coppin State, which just completed its second straight undefeated season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, dominated the league's men's postseason awards. The Eagles placed three players on the all-conference first team, led by junior forward Stephen Stewart, the Player of the Year and the only unanimous choice on the All-MEAC team.Stewart led the MEAC in scoring with an 18.0 average, was 10th in rebounding (5.6), fourth in three-point field-goal accuracy (44 percent) and fifth in free-throw shooting (77 percent)
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
When an unbeaten conference team boasting the best defense plays the team with the worst offense, the results are all but inevitable.So it was hardly surprising that Coppin State rolled to its 30th straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference victory, over Florida A&T, 99-47, at the Coppin Center last night. In recording their most lopsided win of the season, the Eagles (17-7, 11-0) also extended their nation-high Division I winning streak to 11, their 19th straight at home.Coppin has not lost since losing a non-conference game Jan. 2 to Boston College, 90-64.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1994
The lesson coach Fang Mitchell had to deliver yesterday was about staying the course.For 30 minutes, his Coppin State team had played like the cream of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference against Delaware State at the Coppin Center.Then the Eagles landed with a thud and Delaware State sliced a 25-point deficit to eight with less than two minutes remaining.Coppin recovered to win comfortably, 70-56, but Mitchell was an unhappy man after the first televised game [ESPN2] played at his school.
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By David Lanier and David Lanier,Contributing Writer | December 23, 1993
NORMAN, Okla. -- Coppin State came out throwing up bombs with the hopes of maybe dropping one on the Oklahoma Sooners last night at the Lloyd Noble Center.The strategy worked for more than a half before the Eagles wavered and lost, 79-64.Coppin State (5-5, three losses to Big Eight teams) led by 10 points behind a devil-may-care approach and led, 49-43, with 11 minutes left.Oklahoma (5-1) bounced back, however, making a few three-pointers of its own and eventually romping to its third win in as many games in the past three years against Coppin State.
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