Author: Michael Coker

Michael Coker is a collegiate baseball writer and lead contemporary news reporter for Black College Nines. He is a member and sits on the Board of Directors of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), a member of the Black College Legends and Pioneers Committee for the National College Baseball Hall of Fame, founding member of the HBCU-Pro Sports Media Association (HBCU-PSMA), Founder and Executive Director of the Black College Championships LLC and HBCU baseball Black College World Series. Previously reported for Coker is a voter for the NCBWA NCAA Division I baseball Top 30 poll and Black College Nines’ HBCU baseball polls. Has twenty years of covering collegiate baseball. Played baseball three years under coach Jeffery Lee Jr. at Edward Waters University. Attended Oakton College, Wilberforce University and is a proud graduate of Edward Waters College in 1990 and University of Miami School of Law. Will complete Masters of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Coker is also a political contributor, consultant and conservative blogger. Founder of Secondopinionpundits – Political Web Magazine.

HBCU Baseball Weekend Outlook: 4/3-5/2015

DI/DII/DII/NAIA/Baseball   By Michael Coker/Black College Nines   Heading into this weekend’s many Historically Black College and University (HBCU) baseball games, which begin Friday (4/3/2015). The weekend success a lot of schools have by making adjustments to key match-ups. Playing…

Jackson State Beats Alabama State 10-8

DI/SWAC/Baseball   Jackson State Athletics Media   MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Jackson State baseball team capitalized on timely hitting and errors to beat the Alabama State Hornets 10-8 in Southwestern Athletic Conference action Sunday afternoon at Wheeler-Watkins Field.