Casely Hayford and Kobina Sekyi for instance were active in the National Congress of British West Africa (NCBWA
) which was a regional nationalist group focused on seeking changes in the colonial regime and ensuring the political and judicial rights of the people in the British West African colonies.
, on the other hand, coincided rather closely with the political and moral awakenings mentioned above.
(21) In what could be regarded as a rejoinder to Clifford's scathing remarks, the NCBWA
Forty-five members of the West African professional elite, who were for the most part graduates of missionary schools, convened at the Accra Native Club of the Gold Coast in 1920 to establish the NCBWA
. They sought to create a united West Africa, bringing together the British colonies of Nigeria, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, and Gold Coast, which they represented.
Madrigal has been named a first team all-American by Baseball America and D1Baseball.com, second team by Perfect Game and third team by both the NCBWA
and Collegiate Baseball.
Mulholland was a second-team selection for the NCBWA
after going 6-1 with a 1.31 ERA.
Yovan, one of five finalists for the NCBWA
stopper of the year award last week, also is one of four national freshmen of the year by Collegiate Baseball.
An honorable mention NCBWA
All-American for the second straight year, the senior hit .348 for the Ravens this season with eight homers, 56 RBIs and 19 stolen bases.
Oregon State outfielder Jeff Hendrix was selected as a preseason second-team all-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA
) on Tuesday.
Fry also earned first-team recognition by the NCBWA
and was a second-team all-American selection by Baseball America.
Franklin Pierce is ranked 13th nationally in Division 2 by Collegiate Baseball magazine and seventh by the NCBWA
He is also one of five finalists for the NCBWA
's stopper of the year award.