[Originally posted on October 24th, 2015]
The late ESPN host, Stuart Scott, entered Alpha Phi Alpha in the fall of 1984 at University of North Carolina’s Mu Zeta chapter as an undergrad and yesterday, his very own undergrad chapter took to the court with players from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill men’s basketball team to honor him with a step performance.
“He loved Carolina athletics, he loved Carolina basketball of course, but there was another aspect of his Carolina experience that was truly special to him. That was his membership in the Mighty Mu Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity,” the announcer said to a cheering crowd.”Stuart was number seven on the line ‘Twelve Masters of Mix’ some of Stuart’s line brothers and Alpha Phi Alpha brothers join us here tonight.”
Stu served as his chapter’s step master in undergrad and the the chapter and school thought that there would be no better way to honor him than to combine two of some of his most favorite things, basketball and Alpha Phi Alpha.
Joel Berry, Kanler Coker, Justin Jackson & Theo Pinson joined the Mu Zeta chapter in a step performance at the school’s annual Late Night with Roy event.
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