Sam Sessoms On Why Committing To Coppin State Men’s Hoops Was ‘Easy Decision’

For Sam Sessoms, the decision to transfer to Coppin State came down to the relationship he built with the coaching staff and the chance to win a conference title. “Me and Juan Dixon built a great relationship from Day 1 when I entered the transfer portal,” Sessoms said.

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Laura Harper Has Coppin State Women’s Basketball Soaring High … And Believing

After amassing 16 total victories during the previous four seasons, Coppin State women’s basketball is 13-9 and in hot pursuit of its first MEAC title in 17 years. “I always have maximum expectations for myself and anything I’m a part of leading,” head coach Laura Harper said.

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Nendah Tarke: Coppin State Men’s Basketball ‘Starting To Maximize What We Can Be’

After going 1-14 during a brutal nonconference slate, Coppin State men’s basketball is 3-1 in MEAC play. “We’re just trying to come together as a team, game by game,” Nendah Tarke said. “… We’re starting to hit our stride and we’re starting to maximize what we can be as a team.”

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Coppin State’s Joseph Amoah, Joseph Manu Thrilled To Represent Ghana In Olympics

When Coppin State sprinters Joseph Amoah and Joseph Manu represent Ghana in the Olympics this summer, it will hardly be first time they will have teamed up. In fact, it’ll be the culmination of a years-long dream for both.

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NBA Dreams Coming Into Focus For Coppin State’s Anthony Tarke, Morgan State’s Troy Baxter

Coppin State swingman Anthony Tarke and Morgan State forward Troy Baxter have both worked out for multiple teams heading into the NBA Draft, and while they are still long shots to be drafted, it’s maybe not quite as long a shot they’ll end up in the NBA.

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