Shenandoah University

Marcelle leads 21-hit attack as Hornets top Royals

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s baseball team got an uneven pitching performance in its Old Dominion Athletic Conference matchup against visiting Eastern Mennonite University Wednesday afternoon, but the Hornets’ offense more than made up for those flaws on the mound. The Hornets, ...

On Campus Notebook: Dawkins, Robinson having success at Shenandoah

Two former Skyline softball standouts are having successful seasons at Shenandoah University. Makaela Dawkins (Skyline '16) and Carrie Robinson (Skyline '15) have been very productive for the Hornets. Dawkins is batting .311 (23-for-74) with 13 runs scored, three doubles, two triples, 10 ...

Hott finds identity in relief role for surging Hornets

Longtime Shenandoah University head baseball coach Kevin Anderson is at no loss for words when listing all of the quality attributes he sees in senior reliever Tyler Hott. Anderson, when speaking of the 2013 Strasburg High School graduate on Tuesday, called Hott the type of player that ...

Shenandoah baseball earns nation’s top ranking in latest poll

Shenandoah University’s baseball team is the nation’s top-ranked squad in the most recent D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25 poll released Tuesday morning by the website. It's the Hornets’ first No. 1 ranking since they held the nation’s top spot in the poll for four straight weeks in ...

Hot bats power Hornets to best start since 2011

Shenandoah University’s baseball team has vaulted into the Top 10 in a pair of Division III national polls since the start of the 2017 season, a rise powered by an offense that ranks as one of the best in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference through the season’s first month. The Hornets ...

Loew providing the pop for Hornets’ offense

There’s a certain level of expectation on the baseball diamond that comes with the All-American label, a status Shenandoah University designated hitter Jake Loew earned last season when he emerged as the Hornets’ primary run producer. Loew’s 2016 performance left SU head coach Kevin ...

Pryor out as SUs men’s basketball coach

Shenandoah University is making a change in leadership of the men’s basketball program and will not offer a new contract to head coach Rob Pryor, the school announced Wednesday afternoon. Pryor, who served as the Hornets’ head coach for the last six seasons and compiled a 40-117 (.254) ...

Hornets top Blue Jays for eighth straight win to open season

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s torrid start to the 2017 college baseball season continued against visiting Elizabethtown College Wednesday afternoon. Hornets sophomore starting pitcher Robert Klinchock picked up his first career win while SU banged out 11 hits and scored eight ...

Morse takes over as ace of Hornets’ staff

WINCHESTER – Colin Morse stepped into a great learning opportunity when he took the field for Shenandoah University’s baseball team as a freshman in 2015. Morse, a Vienna native and graduate of McLean High School, was thrust into immediate action as a starting pitcher for the Hornets ...

Hornets set to open 2017 baseball season

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University baseball coach Kevin Anderson considers senior Jake Loew to be one of the most improved hitters he’s had in his 14 seasons with the Hornets. Loew, who began the 2016 season without a starting role, ended his junior year batting .373 with six home runs ...

Hornets go cold in blowout loss to Randolph-Macon

WINCHESTER – The shots simply didn’t fall for Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball team against visiting Randolph-Macon College on Wednesday evening. The Hornets mustered only 15 points in the first half while R-MC hit a flurry of 3-pointers in the opening 20 minutes of action. ...

Year in Review: Highs, lows mark list of local sports storylines in 2016

From the highlights – high school student-athletes winning state titles and earning college scholarships, a local team winning the Valley Baseball League and an area college competing for a national championship – to the lowlights – a local athletic program rocked by controversy – the ...

Clark settling into comfort zone with Hornets

WINCHESTER – Basketball has long been a part of Malcolm Clark’s life, a passion that he credits for helping him get through a childhood growing up Washington, D.C.’s Southeast quadrant. But shortly after his second year at Hagerstown Community College in Maryland, when he celebrated ...

Hornets’ Bauserman, Delaney and Ashwell named first team All-ODAC

FOREST – Ten Shenandoah University football players earned All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference accolades in selections announced Tuesday by the league office. Senior running back Cedrick Delaney, junior receiver Michael Ashwell and sophomore quarterback Hayden Bauserman headline those ...

SU women to rely on captain trio, youth on court this winter

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s women’s basketball team welcomed 10 freshmen to their squad of 17 players for the upcoming 2016-17 season, injecting plenty of youth into a program searching for its first winning season since 2010. But what’s more important for third-year head coach ...

Hornets hoping experience leads to more success on court this season

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball team lost three starters from last season’s 6-20 team that finished with just three wins in Old Dominion Athletic Conference play for the second straight season. Twelve of the Hornets’ 21 players this season are newcomers to the ...

Hornets fall to Generals in season finale

LEXINGTON – Host Washington and Lee scored on its first five possessions Saturday to down Shenandoah, 59-42, in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference football season finale for both schools. The Generals (6-4, 5-2 ODAC) rolled up 631 yards in total offense to outlast Shenandoah (6-4, ...

Hornets set to take on Generals in regular season finale

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team trails Randolph-Macon by a game in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference standings and needs a lot of help if the Hornets are to claim the conference crown, but the Hornets have emphasized just one thing this week – take care of business ...

Hornets stumble at home to Tigers

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team saw its four-game winning streak and its shot at an outright Old Dominion Athletic Conference title come to a halt Saturday afternoon. Visiting Hampden-Sydney College staked an early lead and led by as much as 21 points while piling up ...