Listings in HBCU Baseball
Historically black colleges and universities, HBCUs for short, find themselves in an interesting athletic position these days. With the popularity of baseball waning among young African Americans, many HBCUs have as many, or more, whites and Latinos on their rosters.
Alabama State University was founded in 1867, in Marion, Ala., as a school for African-Americans. The school started as the Lincoln Normal School with $500 raised by nine freed slaves now known as the Marion Nine
915 S Jackson St
Montgomery, Alabama 36101-0271
Founded in 1871, Alcorn was the nation's first state-supported institution for the higher education of African Americans.
1000 ASU Drive
Lorman, Mississippi 39096