Shenandoah University

Central looks to avenge only loss

Central's Tamra Scott converts on a layup while Strasburg's Kelsey Jenkins attempts to defend during second quarter action on Friday night in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/Daily

January 19, 2016

Central girls basketball coach Bryan Scott is hoping the Falcons are a better team now than when they played George Mason for the first time this season back on Dec. 16.

Strasburg-Central game highlights busy week

Strasburg's Tyler Brill makes a pass to teammate Tyler Fincham while Clarke County's Michael Dietz defends during their game last week  in Strasburg.  The Rams host Central on Thursday to highlight a busy week of high school sports. Rich Cooley/Daily

January 10, 2016

There are plenty of big games on tap this week in local high school and college action, and the Central at Strasburg boys basketball game on Thursday is certainly towards the top of that list.

SU sports symposium explores key issues

From left, University of North Florida professor E. Newton Jackson Jr., professor of sport management at Drexel University Ellen Staurowsky, College Sport Research Institute Director Richard Southall and former associate commissioner for compliance and academic affairs for the NCAA's Southeastern Conference John Gerdy served as panel members for a symposium focusing on NCAA issues at Shenandoah University on Monday evening.   Brad Fauber/Daily

November 16, 2015

WINCHESTER – Fritz Polite, director of the Sport Management Program at the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University, said following a sports symposium at the school Monday evening that he hoped students in attendance valued the unique way recent NCAA issues were delivered. According to Nader Hussein, a senior mass communications student, the symposium was a success in that regard.

Hornets fall to Generals in season finale

November 15, 2015

WINCHESTER – To Shenandoah University football coach Scott Yoder, Saturday’s season finale against visiting Washington and Lee University accurately summarized the Hornets’ 2015 season.

Hornets face big challenge against W&L in season finale

November 13, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is mired in a three-game losing streak and is tied for the worst record in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, but the Hornets still have something to play for in this weekend’s season finale.

Hornets’ seniors trying to stay loose in midst of late-season skid

Jake Payne

November 11, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is locked in the midst of another late-season slide that has seen the Hornets’ chances at its first winning season in four years disappear. But that hasn’t stopped the seniors from trying to keep things loose in the week leading up to Saturday’s season finale against visiting Washington and Lee.

Hornets looking to rebound against Emory & Henry

November 6, 2015

WINCHESTER – Mired in a slide that has seen Shenandoah University’s football team lose four of five Old Dominion Athletic Conference games, Hornets coach Scott Yoder delivered a message to his seniors last Sunday.

SU roundup: Hornets fall to Randolph-Macon

November 1, 2015

ASHLAND – Randolph-Macon ended its five-game football losing streak Saturday with a 31-13 Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory over Shenandoah.

Hornets hoping to end slide against Randolph-Macon College

October 30, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team saw its slim hope of an Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship fizzle out with its loss to Hampden-Sydney College last week, but the Hornets still feel they have plenty to play for.

Hornets lacking ‘killer instinct’ in recent slide

Hayden Bauserman

October 28, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team nearly pulled off a comeback at Hampden-Sydney last Saturday, the Hornets’ fate ultimately decided by some costly turnovers and the inability to slow down the Tigers’ running game in a 38-33 loss that all but erased SU’s slim shot at an Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship.

Hornets eyeing another ODAC victory

October 24, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team got back in the win column last weekend, beating Catholic University of America to pick up its first Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory of 2015.

Hornets’ LB Messick continues to tackle records

Michael Messick

October 21, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s Michael Messick has heard it all his life. Listed at 5-foot-8, 180 pounds, Messick doesn’t look like the prototypical inside linebacker.

Hornets feeling a ‘sense of urgency’ against Catholic

October 16, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football players consider every week a must-win game, but that notion has taken on even greater importance for today’s 1 p.m. home game against Catholic University of America.