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Morgan’s Honda Campus All Star Team Eager To Defend Title

Get behind Team Morgan as they prepare to defend their title in the 2013 Honda Campus All Star Challenge (HCASC). Morgan walked away with the championship in last year’s competition against 47 other schools and the team is ready to return to Torrance, California on April 6th to bring home the trophy again.

The Honda Campus All Star Challenge, now in its 24th year, is the nation’s first competition between students at America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

This year’s Team Morgan consists of:

  • Captain Craig Cornish, Jr., a senior history major from Charles County, MD (GPA: 4.0), who plans to attend Princeton University after graduation.
  • Kyle De Jan, a senior from Prince Georges County, MD (GPA: 3.92), also a history major.
  • Micheal Osikomalya, a junior English major from Baltimore, MD (GPA: 3.7)
  • James Hayes-Barber, a sophomore from Prince Georges County, MD, majoring in Electrical Engineering (GPA: 3.2)
  • Dr. Oluwatosin Adegbola (Team Coach and Advisor), is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Communications Studies at Morgan State University.

Craig, Kyle, Micheal, James and Dr. Tosin, you make us proud and we wish you well. Go Bears!

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