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SU volleyball opens USA South play with win

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University opened up its 2010 USA South Conference volleyball schedule with a 3-0 sweep of Ferrum College Wednesday afternoon. comments

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Hornets drop OT decision

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Host Stevenson University kept its men's soccer record perfect Tuesday afternoon with a 2-1 overtime victory over Shenandoah. comments

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Eagles slip past Hornets

BRIDGEWATER -- Brad Martz sat slumped in his chair, fielding questions from local media. He bore marks of a man who had just left everything out on the field. His jersey was patches of brown and white, his one finger bloodstained and continuing to bleed. comments

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Hornets' Volz has new passion for 'other' football

WINCHESTER -- Not too long ago, Phil Volz imagined he'd play soccer in college. He had, after all, spent the greater portion of his high school career playing for his travel soccer team, Ashburn SC, and in a multitude of college showcases. comments

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Hornets' 2011 baseball slate nearly set

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University baseball coach Kevin Anderson announced Thursday morning the path his team will take in attempting to earn a third straight trip to Appleton, Wis., and the NCAA National Championships. comments

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SU's Barnes not dwelling on stats

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah football coach Paul Barnes admits his perception of the importance of statistics, as it pertains to wins, is now skewed. comments

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JMU will host NASCAR lecture

HARRISONBURG -- Steven Keller, associate professor of chemistry at the University of Missouri, will discuss the "Chemistry of NASCAR" at 6 p.m. comments

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Field goal ends up short; Hornets fall

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah defense had done its job, had forced Catholic to turn the ball over on downs in the waning moments of Saturday night's contest. comments

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Roberts excited about SU return

WINCHESTER -- Finally, Kevin Roberts can breathe. Finally, he can feel the anticipation intrinsic in every game week, feel it build with each passing day, feel it pluck at his nerves. comments

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SU sweeps home cross country meet

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah University cross country teams overcame both the oppressive heat and three opponents Wednesday to sweep its opening meet of the season at Kernstown Battlefield. comments

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SU unveils new-look defense

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah football coach Paul Barnes is often amazed during the Hornets' defensive team meetings. He blithely absorbs the meetings along with the rest of his team, which is making the transition from a base 4-3 scheme to a 3-4. comments

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Hornets' offense staying the same

WINCHESTER -- Despite losing starters at quarterback, fullback, wide receiver, center, and left and right guard, Shenandoah's offense this season won't change much -- at least schematically. comments

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Overcoming adversity: Healthy Roberts is back with SU

WINCHESTER -- For about six months, Kevin Roberts was a shadow. A shadow of himself, a shadow to the Shenandoah Hornets. comments

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Moomau declares: Former Handley star to play tennis at D-1 Longwood

WINCHESTER -- As Sarah Moomau and her parents were headed to look at Longwood University, she had a bad feeling about it. The Handley girls tennis standout didn't think there was any way this school would be the right one for her. comments

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Hornets boast six All-State honorees

NEWPORT NEWS -- Shenandoah University had a state-best six honorees in Virginia State Sports Information Directors Association All-State baseball selections announced on Friday. comments

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Titans power past Hornets in Series opener

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. -- Nine years ago, Illinois Wesleyan took it on the chin in the school's first World Series appearance. comments

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Henry leading the way at SU

WINCHESTER -- Greg Van Sickler remembers the first time he played baseball against Jesse Henry. comments

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Shenandoah advances to World Series

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - Shenandoah University claimed its second straight South Region Baseball title Saturday afternoon with a 6-4 victory over Salisbury University. comments

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Hornets closing in on regional victory

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Shenandoah University will have two chances to make a return trip to the NCAA Division III Baseball National Championships after downing Mary Washington 10-5 on Friday in the winner's bracket final of the South Regional. comments

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Hornets eliminate York in tourney

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - No. 7/9 Shenandoah University won its second game of the Fayetteville baseball Regional Thursday afternoon, eliminating York (Pa.) with a 9-6 win. comments

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Hornets cruise to opening-game win

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- The Shenandoah University baseball team opened up the NCAA Division III South Regional tournament Wednesday morning with an 11-1 win over Bridgewater. comments

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Hornets' bags are packed for regional

WINCHESTER -- You can bet that Kevin Anderson didn't need to do any last-minute packing on Monday. comments

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Roundup: Good's grand slam spurs Eagles to win

QUICKSBURG -- Helen Good had a grand slam to get Clarke County's offense going and the Eagles never looked back. Clarke County pounded out 22 hits to cruise to a 23-6 non-district softball victory over Stonewall Jackson on Monday. comments

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Hornets secure region berth with tourney championship

BURLINGTON, N.C. -- No. 9/14 Shenandoah University earned its first-ever USA South Conference baseball championship with a 7-4 win over Christopher Newport on Sunday afternoon at Burlington Athletic Stadium. comments

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Tierney provides offense in Wildcats' win

FRONT ROYAL -- Ryan Tierney drove in both runs as Warren County edged Liberty, 2-1, on Friday in Evergreen District baseball action. comments

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Shenandoah duo captures accolades

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Shenandoah University earned a pair of major baseball honors from the USA South in All-Conference selections announced on Wednesday by the league. comments

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Roundup: Jones hurls SVCA to easy home win

STEPHENS CITY -- Dan Jones struck out 10 batters while Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's offense exploded for 16 runs as the Patriots defeated Fresta Valley 16-1 in high school baseball action on Monday. comments

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Metheny sharp in spring game

"Talk to me." University of Virginia quarterback Ross Metheny looked both excited and exhausted. Only minutes following U.Va.'s annual spring game, which pitted the Orange team against the Blue team in a controlled scrimmaged, Scott Stadium hummed with enthusiasm over Metheny, the former Sherando star who'd just picked apart the Cavaliers' second-string defense. comments

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Brashears' homers lead SU to victory

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah center fielder Kevin Brashears sauntered to the plate at Bridgeforth Field on Sunday and rested his bat on his right shoulder. comments

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Roundup: Priet's single boosts Pioneers over Handley

WINCHESTER -- Kayla Priet's RBI single in the top of the eighth inning gave Millbrook a 2-1 Northwestern District softball win over Handley on Friday. comments

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