The Marching "100" is committed to continue building its legacy. Whether it's rocking crowds around the country or going viral worldwide, the "100" still sets the standard which others can only dream to achieve.
Dr. Foster instilled in his students a sense of priorities through his Band Motto which can be found at the bottom of this and every page on this site. The Band Motto serves as a reminder of the qualities members of the Marching "100" should always strive to attain. One of the first qualities Dr. Foster encouraged (ranking only behind "character"), is "Achievement in Academics." Marching "100" members are students first, and are demonstrating their commitment to their studies by carrying the highest average GPA across all campus extracurricular organizations.
The 4th band and only HBCU ever to win the coveted Sudler Trophy.
Innovator of over 30 techniques which have become standard operating procedures for many high school and collegiate marching band programs.
Internationally known, the Marching "100" is no stranger to performing globally. From the Grammy Awards to the Super Bowl, to Paris, France, there's nothing this band cannot do.
The solemn entry of the band where members lift each leg at 90 degrees, switching in unison every few seconds. This amazing spectacle is only a glimpse of what you can expect to see in the coming minutes.
After Slow One comes an immediate change of pace as the Marching "100" floods the field with The Rattler Entrance. Marching at break neck speeds of 320 steps per minute, the magic begins to unfold.
The sound of the Marching "100" is matched by no one. The sound of the symphony resonates on the field through pop, classical, and traditional marching band music.
No other marching band can boast the number and quality of accolades as the Marching "100" can. Countless television appearances, print articles, and documentaries have been produces as a testament to the band's greatness.