Rain postpones SWAC West game

A rain delay suspended play Sunday afternoon between Grambling State University (19-19, 12-5 SWAC) and Texas Southern University (16-19, 10-10 SWAC)  at MacGregor Park. TSU led 3-0 in the sixth when the game was called. Game three of the three-game weekend series will be continued later in the season. No […]

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SGA president has a vision

ldquo;Making power moves & no noise” was the campaign slogan that won the election for Michael Meadows, Grambling State University Student Government Association president 2016-2017.  Meadows, a Tallulah, Louisiana, native and youngest of five, calmly accepted the honor April 7 at Grambling Hall, on GSU’s campus. Meadows, who intendeds to […]


Tigers sweep Jaguars

What looked to a be a total mauling of the Southern University Jaguars turned into a slugfest with the Grambling State University Tigers as GSU banged out a 16-11 victory, sweeping the Jags (8-21, 3-11 SWAC) in the weekend series.  With the win and a sweep, the Tigers have a […]


Tigers clinch lead in SWAC

The Grambling State University Tigers dropped a 8-7 nail biter to the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions, losing the series 2-1 last weekend. GSU blew past UAPB Friday night 7-1, and lost Saturday 12-4 at Torii Hunter Baseball, Softball and Little League Complex. The Golden Lions got off to […]


Community previews Jackie Robinson film in museum

Head baseball coach James Cooper and the Grambling State University baseball team got a special preview of “Jackie Robinson,” the latest Ken Burns documentary for Public Broadcasting Corporation at the Eddie G. Robinson Museum.    glen lewis/The Yearbook Head coach James Cooper, baseball legend Wilbert Ellis, Ralph Garr stand with […]


GSU Tigers fall to Tech Bulldogs

Before Grambling State University could settle down, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs jumped to a quick 5-0 second inning lead and did not look back. Tech won 10-2. Tech (14-7, 3-3 CUSA) ended the Tigers (10-14, 7-2 SWAC) four game winning streak. Tech proved to be dominant at the square with […]


Ole Miss sweeps GSU in weekend series

The Grambling State baseball team suffered 15-2, 7-3, and 6-1 losses to No. 13 Ole Miss in a three-game weekend series. GSU played a double header Sunday (March 13) due to rain storms that pounded northern Louisiana and Mississippi, leaving 1.33 inches of rain in Oxford Friday and Saturday, causing […]


Tigers’ baseball team falls to Pittsburgh

This past Saturday The University of Pittsburgh Panthers took a 2-0 series lead against the Grambling State University Tigers as they crushed the Tigers 14-6.   In two days of play on Friday and Saturday the Panthers have outscored the Tigers 30-10.   GLENN LEWIS/The Yearbook Johan Mojica hits a […]

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Championship team returns

Unity brings championship team back to Grambling.    GLENN LEWIS/The Yearbook Members of the 1975-’76 team includ (from l-r):  Joe Jones; Larry Wright; Willie Simmons; Terry Sykes; Herbert Collins; another team member; Larry Wilson; Theodis Johnson; and Obadiah Simmons Jr.,  GSU interim athletic director.  The Grambling State University fans were […]

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‘No confidence’ vote in Dr. Larkin

Members of Grambling State University’s Faculty Senate have voted “no-confidence” in President Willie Larkin. The vote of the 18-member senate was 10 in favor  and seven against, with one abstention in the vote taken Tuesday.  Larkin’s immediate predecessor, former interim President Cynthia Warrick, also received a no-confidence vote in November […]