SUNO Honda Campus All Star Challenge Team Heads To Los Angeles

The SUNO Honda All Star Challenge Team members are, from left, Amelia B. Sellers, Coach; Joshua Leavell, Junior Social Work major; Kevis Q. King, Junior Education major; Shanel Armant, Graduating Senior in Management Information Systems; Tiffany Campbell-Okereke, Graduating Senior in Education; and Ruth W. Johnson, Campus Coordinator

The SUNO Honda All Star Challenge Team members are, from left, Amelia B. Sellers, Coach; Joshua Leavell, Junior Social Work major; Kevis Q. King, Junior Education major; Shanel Armant, Graduating Senior in Management Information Systems; Tiffany Campbell-Okereke, Graduating Senior in Education; and Ruth W. Johnson, Campus Coordinator.

The SUNO Honda Campus All Star Challenge Team will travel to Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday, April 12 to participate in the national championship competition. This year, the Honda Campus All Star Challenge is celebrating 25 years of academic achievements of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Every spring, the top 48 HBCU Academic Teams, coaches and institutional representatives meet for the championship competition, team-building and networking.

Please take the time to wish our team well by posting a message of encouragement on its photo in the HCASC 2014 Teams album on the ChallegeFacebook page. The team with the most likes, comments and shares will receive a special surprise when it arrives.

Round Robin Games begin Sunday, April 13 at 10:30 a.m.  and continue until 9 p.m.  Scores, pictures and standings will be updated in real time.  Keep up with the action from the competition:
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LEADER BOARD: https://www.hcasc.com/leaderboard.asp?Yr=2014

After the Round Robin games and the Sweet 16 playoff, the Elite 8 will compete on Monday, April 14 11 a.m.  to 3 p.m.  Those games will be available via a Live Webcast at HCASC.com.