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STRASBURG — For a team that hit 51 home runs a year ago, small ball might not be what some were expecting to see at First Bank Park.

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WINCHESTER — After keeping its season alive with comeback wins late Saturday and early Sunday, the Shenandoah University's final rally against Catholic University's top two starters came up just short.

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The Shenandoah University baseball team has 12 wins in its last 14 games, and now the Hornets will start what they hope will be their longest postseason journey in three years.

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James Madison canceled the remainder of its softball season Monday morning as the Dukes continue to grieve last month’s death of sophomore catcher Lauren Bernett.

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Less than a year after the James Madison softball team was the feel-good story of the nation, tragedy struck the program Tuesday as the school announced the death of sophomore catcher Lauren Bernett.

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The Shenandoah University women's basketball team came into the Old Dominion Athletic Conference team as the hottest team in the ODAC, and the Hornets ended it as the best team.

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Old Dominion, Marshall and Southern Mississippi all announced last week they plan to join James Madison as new members of the Sun Belt Conference ahead of the 2022 football season.

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Before James Madison Athletic Director Jeff Bourne got on the plane to fly to North Dakota for the Dukes’ FCS semifinal game at North Dakota State in December, he worked all morning on how to schedule a game with Middle Tennessee for next season.

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Robert 'Porky' Bowman was named Valley Baseball League Commissioner last month.

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The road to the NCAA postseason for the majority of James Madison’s athletic programs got tougher Wednesday as the Colonial Athletic Association presidents voted to enforce a conference bylaw that bars schools leaving the league from competing for conference championships.

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NEWARK, Del. – Hardly anyone sitting among what was left of the rain-drenched, soggy crowd at Delaware Stadium realized who had it.

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WINCHESTER — During the Shenandoah University football team’s preseason camp in August, the Hornets’ offensive linemen might have been the happiest for the arrival of the team’s scrimmage days against other colleges.

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WOODSTOCK — After a five-game skid, New Market recovered nicely and won five of its last seven Valley Baseball League games to maintain its spot in the North Division’s playoff race. Rebels manager Arthur Stenberg, however, isn’t getting caught up in his team’s recent hot streak.