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Hornets duo earns all-region honors

Shenandoah University senior Mo Salih and junior Keone Kyle have both been named All-South Region in selections announced Thursday by D3football.com. comments

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Hornets pick up first conference victory

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. comments

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Shenandoah chooses new athletic director

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. comments

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Knights rally past Hornets for win

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 moments of its game with Southern Virginia University on Wednesday. comments

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USA South picks Hargbol for award

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. comments

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SU gets first win on road

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. comments

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Hornets pull off upset victory at home

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 chance when they faced off with the Eagles on Tuesday. comments

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Disappointing debut: Hornets lose opener in overtime at home

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. comments

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Hornets fall short to Pride

WINCHESTER -- It was an all too familiar situation for the Shenandoah Hornets. For the umpteenth time this season, Shenandoah was down by three points Saturday night with just under three minutes to play. comments

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Harris, Hornets excited for upcoming season

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah basketball coach Robert Harris can't wait to unveil his team tonight, when the Hornets open their season at home against Frostburg State. comments

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Hornets anxious to end season on winning note

WINCHESTER -- For some Shenandoah seniors, this past week, the final game-week of their career, has been surreal. comments

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Shenandoah falls to N.C. Wesleyan

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. -- North Carolina Wesleyan clinched at least a share of the USA South Conference title with a 38-28 win over Shenandoah University on Saturday. comments

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SU linemen bonded by high schools

WINCHESTER -- Maryland suburbia, in spots, is drenched in football tradition. There are those classic Washington Catholic Athletic Conference battles between Good Counsel and Dematha, which draw crowds by the thousands every year; there is the recent rise of the Montgomery County Class 4A Sherwood Warriors, who often rank among Maryland's top 10 programs. comments

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SU's Gibbs set for pass-happy Bishops

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah strong safety Larry Gibbs leads the USA South with six interceptions. Traveling to conference-leading N.C. Wesleyan on Saturday, Gibbs will have plenty of opportunities to add to his total. comments

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Hornets fall short against Averett

DANVILLE -- Shenandoah University lost yet another close game. comments

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Offseason key for WR: Summer workouts help SU's Brown improve this year

WINCHESTER -- In the city of Virginia Beach, there is a long, forest green hill that stands 60 feet high, and marks the center of Mount Trashmore Park. comments

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Shenandoah determined to stop missing scoring chances

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Hornets (1-6, 0-4) still boast the best defense in the USA South conference. They still boast the best scoring defense, the best pass defense and the best total defense. They allow the fewest first downs and the fewest fourth-down conversions. comments

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Panthers hold off Hornets

WINCHESTER -- Vern Lunsford took a seat in a room at the Aikens Athletic Center at Shenandoah University, his body battered and his left hand possibly broken. comments

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Venable key to Hornets' O-line

WINCHESTER -- Don't be fooled by Shenandoah left tackle Jamal Venable. Don't be fooled by his tossed, lazy hair, his black, baggy sweat pants or his early morning shuffle. And don't be fooled by his immense 6-foot-5, 260-pound frame or his quiet demeanor. comments

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Hornets eager to challenge beefy Panthers

WINCHESTER -- It's certainly an uneasy, painful, even depressing feeling -- accepting that there's no way of salvaging a winning season out of a 1-5 record. But Mo Salih is hardly scathed by it. comments

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Monarchs topple Hornets in OT

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Shenandoah lost another heartbreaker. comments

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Cordero not typical FB

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah fullback Anthony Cordero remembers the last time he could run this fast. He remembers the last time he could cut left, then right, cap off a long run with a touchdown and still have the energy to try it again on the next drive. comments

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Hornets seeking to shake red-zone blues

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah football coach Paul Barnes leaned back in his office chair and lifted his right hand, separating his thumb and index finger by half an inch. comments

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Heartbreaker: Fluke play propels Scots past Hornets

WINCHESTER -- Once again Shenandoah linebacker John Redmond had a fine performance against Maryville; once again it was in a losing effort. comments

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Safety Gibbs makes big plays for Shenandoah

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah strong safety Larry Gibbs has seen the game of football from nearly every possible angle. comments

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Lapses continue to haunt Hornets

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah defensive end Mo Salih didn't even have the chance to sit down. comments

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Captains top SU in double overtime

NEWPORT NEWS -- Shenandoah University suffered a heartbreaking loss to Christopher Newport on Saturday, falling 30-27 in double overtime in football action. It was the USA South conference opener for both teams. comments

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Hayes showing potential for Hornets

WINCHESTER -- All eyes used to be on Shenandoah tailback Brandon Hayes. comments

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Tailback Ogun no surprise for Hornets this year

WINCHESTER -- Nearly a year ago, Christopher Newport tailback Tunde Ogun announced his presence to the USA South Conference. comments

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Redmond key for SU

WINCHESTER -- No football team needs 11 John Redmonds. That would spoil his uniqueness, dilute his aggressiveness and depreciate his passion for winning. comments

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