HBCU Marching Band News
The SIAC has signed a deal with Oak View Group to sell naming rights for sports facilities across the league’s 14 schools
In January 2017, fans were ecstatic to learn Beyoncé would be headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Outside of the anticipation of a creative and energetic performance, Queen Bey would make history as the first black woman to headline the festival...
2nd Annual Top 50 Camp To Be Held At The Atlanta University Center
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She’s following in mom and dad’s footsteps as marching band alums The Florida A&M University Marching 100 has diversified its band leadership and made history by adding its first female drum major in the program’s 72-year existence. Cori Renee Bostic, a...read more
Flosports Boosts College Football and Basketball Coverage, Announces Multiyear Partnership with the SIAC
SIAC joins Big 12 Conference, the Big Ten Network, Mountain West, Conference USA, and the Western Collegiate Hockey Associationread more