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Hobart rallies in second half to top Shenandoah

GENEVA, N.Y. – Homestanding Hobart College used a big second half to rally for a 56-30 non-league football victory over Shenandoah on Saturday night at Boswell Field. Shenandoah (2-1) led 23-21 at the half thanks to a 17-point second quarter, but had no answer for the Hobart (2-1) rushing ...

Hornets shooting for validation of early success against Hobart

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team has rolled through the first two weeks of the season. The Hornets now get the chance to make a statement this weekend. SU travels to Geneva, New York tonight for a 7 p.m.  non-conference contest against Hobart College, the first-ever ...

SU Football Notebook: Bauserman, Hornets’ offense off to a torrid start

WINCHESTER – If you talked to anyone associated with Shenandoah University’s offensive unit in the preseason, they would’ve told you the Hornets’ have a veteran group loaded with weapons for junior quarterback Hayden Bauserman. In short, the expectations were high for an offense that ...

Hornets set new school record in blowout win

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. – Shenandoah University’s football team had a record-setting performance at North Carolina Wesleyan in a 61-14 non-district win Saturday night. The Hornets’ 61 points broke the previous program record of 54 – set in a win over Chow an in 2003 – and SU rolled up 555 ...

Hornets out to avenge loss with road trip to N.C. Wesleyan

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team was hunting consecutive 3-0 starts for the first time in program history last season when North Carolina Wesleyan rolled into Shentel Stadium and left Winchester with a lopsided 31-13 victory. The Hornets are hoping for better fortunes when ...

Warren County grad Stewart emerging as red-zone weapon for Hornets

WINCHESTER – Casey Stewart’s first interaction with Hayden Bauserman on the football field doesn’t exactly conjure up pleasant memories for the Shenandoah University sophomore wide receiver. That came back in 2013, when both were seniors at Warren County High School and Central High ...

Hornets race past Gallaudet in season opener

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University head football coach Scott Yoder said multiple times during preseason practice that the timing within the Hornets’ offense appeared slightly off. SU made some strides toward midseason form in Saturday’s season opener at home against Gallaudet. The ...

Hornets open season against familiar foe in Gallaudet

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team has thrived in Week 1 matchups against Gallaudet University over the last three years. SU gets another shot at a strong season debut on Saturday night. The Hornets host the Bison in a 7 p.m. non-conference game at Shentel Stadium, ...

SU Football Notebook: Hornets reflect on the loss of a former teammate

WINCHESTER – As Shenandoah University’s football team prepares to kick off the 2017 season with Saturday night’s home game against Gallaudet, many Hornets have been doing so with heavy hearts. Former SU receiver Deshon Brown, who last played for the Hornets in 2015, passed away last ...

Skyline grad Grady to fill prominent role for Hornets’ defense this fall

WINCHESTER – Chris Grady’s first collegiate stop upon graduating from Skyline High School in 2013 was U.Va.-Wise, where he played that same year with the Cavaliers’ football team before his freshman season was cut short by a torn MCL. Thinking his football days were over – he feared ...

Experienced O-line to spearhead veteran Shenandoah offense

WINCHESTER – There’s a consensus among the offensive players and coaches on Shenandoah University’s football team. There’s been a different vibe surrounding the team’s offensive line since the Hornets opened preseason practice two weeks ago. A year ago SU entered camp with question ...

Hornets rebuilding defense under new DC McCullough

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is replacing seven starters from last year’s defensive unit, and is doing so under a new defensive coordinator. Brock McCullough, a longtime Hornets assistant who spent the last four seasons as head coach Scott Yoder’s offensive line ...

SU catcher Cameron to extend baseball career in Australia

Dan Cameron had a backup plan – of sorts – in case his pursuit of a professional baseball career didn’t pan out upon his graduation from Shenandoah University this past May. When he was 18 years old, Cameron – SU’s starting catcher in each of the last two seasons after he ...

SU grad finds new passion in sales job with Astros

WINCHESTER – Baseball has taken Greg Van Sickler to various parts of the world. It’s sent the Winchester native and former Shenandoah University standout to Belgium, where he played professionally for a year after graduating college in 2011. From there the sport landed him in Australia, ...

Program sends SU student on ‘unbelievable’ MLB experience

WINCHESTER – On one of the first days of class this past school year, Fritz Polite, assistant dean of student affairs at Shenandoah University, addressed his room full of Introduction to Sport Management students and asked them what their future goals were. Luke Nussman, the starting first ...

Zipp resigns as SU director of Intercollegiate athletics

Doug Zipp had an opportunity that was too good to pass up. Zipp resigned on Thursday as Shenandoah University's Director of Intercollegiate Athletics to  become Director of Athletics at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. "My decision was based on family and there comes a time when ...

Hornets fall to Wheaton in Mid-Atlantic Regional championship game

Shenandoah University’s baseball team saw its 2017 season end one win shy of earning a spot in the NCAA Division III College World Series. The Hornets fell to Wheaton College (Massachusetts), 1-0, in a winner-take-all game for the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship at York College of ...