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Southern Virginia defeats Hornets

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com BUENA VISTA - Host Southern Virginia University finished off a season sweep of Shenandoah University with a 93-79 non-conference men's basketball win on Tuesday night. The Knights (10-4), who rallied for a three-point win in Winchester in December, led ...

SU’s Womack earns state rookie honor

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com Shenandoah University freshman women's soccer player Amber Womack has earned All-State Rookie of the Year honors in selections announced Friday by the Virginia State Sports Information Directors (VaSID). Womack, who was named USA South Conference ...

Hornets rally to scuttle Captains

By Jeremy Stafford - jstafford@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER - Shenandoah mens basketball coach Rob Harris sat in his office, his silk tie folded and stuffed into his right coat pocket, his forehead glistening with tiny marbles of sweat. The way he leaned forward in his chair, then leaned back, then ...

Former SU star joins pro team

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com Former Shenandoah University men's basketball standout Jeremiah Lawrence has signed with Landsberg of the German Regionalliga in a transaction announced on Sunday by the organization. Lawrence, who was named both the USA South Conference Player of the ...

Kline wins award for Shenandoah

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com Shenandoah University men's basketball player Kevin Kline has been named the USA South Conference Player of the Week for the second straight week in selections announced on Monday by the conference office. Kline, a junior, led the Hornets to wins over ...

Shenandoah gets four all-state picks

Daily Staff Reports - sports@nvdaily.com Shenandoah University had four football players earn all-state honors in selections announced Thursday by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID). Senior linebacker Joe Lunsford headlines the group with his selection to the ...

Hornets’ Hargbol claims accolades

Shenandoah senior Alexis Hargbol has been named to the D3hoops.com Team of the Week in selections announced on Thursday. Hargbol, who earned USA South Conference Player of the Week honors on Monday, led the women's hoops team to the D1 Sports Blue Jay Classic championship this past week with ...

Hornets duo earns all-region honors

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com Shenandoah University senior Mo Salih and junior Keone Kyle have both been named All-South Region in selections announced Thursday by D3football.com. Salih, a defensive end, earned first team All-USA South Conference honors this season after ...

Metheny enjoyed season at Virginia

By Jeremy Stafford - jstafford@nvdaily.com CHARLOTTESVILLE - For former Sherando quarterback Ross Metheny, being a part of a Division I football program in a BCS conference was nothing short of spectacular. Even if the redshirt freshman did have to watch from the sideline as his Virginia ...

Hornets pick up first conference victory

By Jerry Holsworth - sports@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER - After losing their first two games in USA South play, Shenandoah University's women's team came back Sunday and defeated Greensboro College, the defending conference champs, in convincing style, 74-55. The Hornets (3-4, 1-2 USA South), who ...

Shenandoah chooses new athletic director

By Jeremy Stafford -- jstafford@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER -- After spending six months as Shenandoah University's co-interim athletic director, SU baseball coach Kevin Anderson can finally step down and hand the reins to a full-time athletic director. On Thursday, Shenandoah University named ...

TK’s Corner: Crunch time calls for big-time picks

By Tommy Keeler Jr. -- tkeeler@nvdaily.com Crunch time is finally here. The high school games are dwindling down and the college games aren't far behind. This week we have 12 pro games on the list, which means you have to choose your upsets wisely. I'm sure some of you are thinking that ...

Knights rally past Hornets for win

By Jerry Holsworth -- sports@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER -- It is difficult, if not impossible, to win close ballgames in the final minutes if you turn the ball over and can't make your free throws, and that's exactly what happened to Shenandoah University's men's basketball team in the final ...

Cannons slip past Crusaders

By Jeff Nations -- jnations@nvdaily.com FRONT ROYAL -- Chris Graham had to get over his stubborn streak on Wednesday night. Graham, the men's basketball coach for Lord Fairfax Community College, just didn't seem to want to take advantage of his team's quickness edge against host Christendom ...

O’Reilly earns high marks for Red Flash

By Jeff Nations -- jnations@nvdaily.com Michael Casper would like to take all the credit for bringing Sean O'Reilly to Saint Francis University, but he'll just have to settle for reaping a few of the benefits instead. Casper, the men's soccer coach at Saint Francis, usually makes a concerted ...

USA South picks Hargbol for award

Daily Staff Report -- sports@nvdaily.com FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Shenandoah University senior Alexis Hargbol has been named as the USA South Conference women's basketball Player of the Week, the conference announced on Monday. Hargbol, who has earned the honor at least one time each year of her ...

Hornets pull off upset victory at home

By Jerry Holsworth -- sports@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER -- Facing one of the powerhouse teams in NCAA Division III women's basketball in your home opener in tough enough, but add to that the fact that Shenandoah University hasn't beaten Mary Washington since 1992, and few people gave the Hornets a ...

SU gets first win on road

Daily Staff Report ARLINGTON -- Shenandoah University earned its first victory of the 2009-10 men's basketball season Tuesday night with a 76-72 non-league victory at Marymount University. Senior Lenzie Adams hit his fourth 3-pointer of the game with 11 seconds to go to give Shenandoah (1-3) ...

TK’s corner: Time for a little selective memory

By Tommy Keeler Jr. -- tkeeler@nvdaily.com Just two weeks ago, I was hopeful of making a big run and catching Jeff Nations in the forecast. After last week, it is obvious the only thing I can catch is last place with the way I'm picking games. Nations has suddenly opened an eight-game lead. ...

Disappointing debut: Hornets lose opener in overtime at home

By Jerry Holsworth -- sports@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER -- Free throws grow in magnitude as a basketball game heads to its conclusion, and that was never truer than in Monday night's season opener for Shenandoah University against Frostburg State at Shingleton Gymnasium. The game hung on eight ...