Was your Athletic Career Impacted by the NCAA?
Unfair postseason bans may have damaged the athletic careers of many HBCU student athletes.
We believe the NCAA mandates are discriminatory.
You could be entitled to compensation
Law firms FeganScott and May Lightfoot Law have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of current and former Black student athletes at HBCUs against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), alleging the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program (APP) is discriminatory toward – and punishes – Black student athletes at HBCUs.
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“We missed out on post-season opportunities because of a system that the NCAA knew would punish Black student-athletes. The NCAA is robbing student-athletes at HBCUs of the opportunities to experience what every college athlete strives for when they join a Division 1 school as a student-athlete: playing in post-season championship games and tournaments.”
– Troyce Manassa, plaintiff and former guard for the Savannah State University Men’s basketball team
Alabama A&M University – Alabama State University – Alcorn State University – Coppin State University – Delaware State University – Florida A&M University – Grambling State University – Hampton University – Howard University – Mississippi Valley State University – Morgan State University – Norfolk State University – North Carolina A&T State University – Prairie View A&M University Football – Savannah State University – Southern University – Texas Southern University – University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff