The CIAA Basketball Tournament is not just a place where players on the court get to to showcase their talent. Players in the stands are showing off their fashion game.

While there was no shortage of the golf shirts and oversized jerseys you see on fans at most sporting events, a lot of supporters displayed their fabulous fashion sense to support their school.

North Carolina resident Norns Gullick Jr. incorporated the colors of his school, Winston-Salem State University, with a red knot scarf, red fedora and a custom pair of pants, one leg red and the other black. “I had to wear my school’s colors. I’m alumni!” he said. “I got to represent!”

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Another Winston-Salem State backer, Angenea White, dyed her hair red to support the team. But she showed off a unique style and flair by sporting a brown top with an anime panda and glasses.

“I love fashion! It’s like another form of language I get speak,” said White of Dunn, North Carolina.

Here are some of the looks of fans at the CIAA Tournament.

What I chose to wear to the CIAA games.
Jamestris Watson of Winston-Salem State University wore her school colors to the CIAA.  The Rams won their game for the day.
Jamestris Watson of Winston-Salem State University wore her school colors to the CIAA. The Rams won their game for the day. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Jacqie McWilliams Parker, CIAA commissioner, is wearing an outfit by Baltimore designer Jody Davis. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Charde Ivey for Westside Baltimore is all blue.
Charde Ivey of Westside Baltimore is all blue. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Jade Amaris checks her look and fluffs her hair. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Paxton Baker is managing partner of marketing and promotion at Liquid Soul. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Check out the kicks. Terrell D. Whittley, CEO/founder of Liquid Soul, says, "It’s time for one of my favorite events of the year CIAA! LIQUID SOUL is proud to be the agency of record for the CIAA Tournament." (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Loretta Jefferson of Johnson C Smith University wore her sequined school jacket. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
"I can be a Joker." Emil Washington from Hanover, Maryland, chose her Joker fedora and varsity jacket. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
MonClaire Jarman from Winston-Salem State University and Imari Deloatch of Virginia State University decided to go for comfort with their choice of clothing to the CIAA. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Jayshawn Clack and Jaxien Perry from North Carolina wore street style to the games.
Jayshawn Clack and Jaxien Perry from North Carolina wore street style to the games. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Tiffany Massey from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, chose all black for Black History Month. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Charles and LaTonya Penny from North Carolina wear matching black tops. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
The Winston-Salem State University cheer squad in their University colors. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Maurice and Sheena Christian honored Love & Union with matching red and black. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Khayia Mitchell from Raleigh, North Carolina, who came to support Winston-Salem State University, says she just wanted to wear a cute, stylish and basic outfit. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
“I had to wear my school’s colors. I’m alumni! I got to represent!” said Norns Gullick Jr., from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Clyde Doughty Jr. vice president of intercollegiate athletics and recreation at Bowie State University, is known for his many hats. He owns 75 of them. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Kiarah Williams decided to honor Black History Month Black education in her choice of what to wear to the CIAA games. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Here's how Winston-Salem State University alumna Pat Owens and Johnson C. Smith University alumnus Jeff Owens chose to honor their schools. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Marilynn Stacey-Suggs from Savannah, Georgia, represented Winston-Salem State University colors. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Brécha Byrd, the 72nd Miss Saint Augustine University in North Carolina, wore her tiara and sash to the games. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Kim Bailey of Virginia was all attitude in her pink coat glasses and hat. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Kiara Boswell of Charlotte, NC and Glenegua Harris from Scotland Neck, NC, said they live the CIAA life. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Keenan Laundes, Mister Junior from Saint Augustine University, NC., wore his sash to the games. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Zion Ethridge from Johnson C Smith University said she was representing Tou Beta Sigma and IIUS. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Jacqie McWilliams Parker CIAA Commissioner is wearing local Baltimore designer Jody Davis outfit with Under Armor shoes, makes a jumpshot. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Amber Wiggins from Johnson C Smith University said she was representing Tou Beta Sigma and IIUS. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)
Levi Dillahunt from Charlotte, NC., wore a Buffalo Soldier jacket on honor of Black History month. (Kirk McKoy/The Baltimore Banner)

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