LeMoyne-Owen College

by Liaudwin Seaberry Jr. -- With less than two weeks remaining until the start of the regular season for the LeMoyne-Owen Magicians men’s basketball team, new men’s head coach Bonzi Wells feels a new-found sense of confidence in his team. The...
The Lady Magicians volleyball team at LeMoyne-Owen College recently hosted a cluster of games – the first played on campus since November 2019. The games played Sept. 9-11 were part of a pod system that is being used this season...
Looking back through the mental fog of a week-old directive to boil water before usage, Early Walker’s decision to truck water from Chicago to LeMoyne-Owen College in South Memphis clearly was an act of love delivered about midday on...
Visitation services for legendary LeMoyne-Owen College basketball coach Jerry C. Johnson are set for Friday (Jan. 29) at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church-Westwood, 620 Parkrose Rd. He was 102 years old when he died on Sunday morning. The gathering visitation, which...
In the world of basketball, David “Smokey” Gaines was a phenom as a player and coach. The sharp-shooting guard, who died Sept. 5, was a standout at LeMoyne College (now LeMoyne-Owen), the Harlem Globetrotters and with the Kentucky Colonels of...
The Jerry C. Johnson Foundation is giving away free tickets for Sunday’s (Sept. 13) virtual airing of “1st Forgotten Champions: The Legacy of Jerry C. Johnson” during the 2020 Burbank International Film Festival. The documentary chronicles the life and times...
Tariq Shepherd, the two-star point guard out of Detroit, shunned the bright light of a Division I basketball offer from hometown university Detroit Mercy and other schools to select LeMoyne-Owen College as his college choice. Shepherd is a 5’11’ guard...
When the balls stop bouncing and a college’s basketball season ends, relationships between players tend to roll on, with some gathering at the gym between classes to chat hoops or simply keep up with what’s going on in Memphis. Just...
Fans at Bruce Johnson Hall on Saturday evening could not believe their eyes as the LeMoyne-Owen College men’s basketball team lost to Spring Hill College by just one point (67-66). What made it so unbelievable was that just two hours...
Having split a recent pair of games against regional SIAC rival Lane College – the LeMoyne Owen men narrowly won while the women narrowly lost – both teams will get another chance when they travel to Jackson, Tenn. for...