New Orleans | 2022
The BIG Game in 'the BIG Easy'
HBCU All-Stars LLC is proud announce The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game during college basketball’s biggest weekend and the Final Four Tournament Championship. This historic endeavor will showcase our hard-working and talented men’s basketball student-athletes and brilliant head coaches from the MEAC, SWAC, CIAA, SIAC, Tennessee State University and Hampton University. The game is scheduled for Sunday, April 4, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana and will be televised on a global stage.
As a former NCAA Division I & II Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Fort Valley University and Tennessee State University, we love everything about our HBCU culture, and legacy of academic and athletic achievement on and off the court. HBCU All-Stars LLC takes great pride in diversity, economic equity, and inclusion. This is more than a game, it is an initiative to bring positive exposure and recognition to our deserving HBCUs, student-athletes, and hard-working coaches. The HBCU All-Star Game is going to be a pinnacle event honoring black excellence, black culture, and black history for all people to celebrate.
We will invest in our HBCUs, MEAC, SWAC CIAA, & SIAC offices, student-athletes, coaches, youth and charitable organizations, and give back to the communities in the New Orleans area. There are over 107 HBCU’s around the country with more than 228,000 students currently enrolled and millions of alumni across the country. The representation of our schools during the Final Four has been overlooked and we feel we have an inaugural event that will be a huge part of ‘College Basketball’s Biggest Stage’.
We need all of our HBCU alumni, administration, fans, key supporters and stake-holders, in the local and national business, civic, and community, as well as NCAA coaches, university colleagues, and athletic administrators in HBCUs and PWI’s across the country to join our efforts of making sure “The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game” is historical and continues for years to come!
Your ticket purchase and attendance, professional and influential leadership, financial support, resources, contacts, and love for “HBCUs, diversity, equity, inclusion, and investment in people are much needed for this worthy cause. Thanks for supporting our amazing HBCUs, dedicated and ambitious student-athletes, and brilliant coaches from around the country. Please stay tuned for more details for “First Ever HBCU All-Star Game” in New Orleans.