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Shenandoah University

Hornets still laying groundwork of new culture in Walsh’s second year

WINCHESTER -- When Adam Walsh took over as Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball coach last year, one of his first orders of business was to establish the pillars upon which the struggling program would build its new culture. Year 2 under Walsh is underway, and though the Hornets ...

Shenandoah tops W&L in overtime in season finale

LEXINGTON -- Shenandoah University’s football team ended a season on a winning note for the first time since 2013 with a 27-24 overtime win at Washington and Lee on Saturday. The Hornets (5-5, 3-4 Old Dominion Athletic Conference), who trailed 21-6 in the fourth quarter, rallied behind a ...

Shenandoah men want to bring a more fast-paced style to the court

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball team was bound to have to alter its playing style. That’s often the case when teams experience the amount of roster turnover that the Hornets went through heading into the 2018-19 season. SU, in Year 2 of a rebuild under head coach ...

Hornets aim to buck trend against W&L in last game of the season

WINCHESTER – It’s become a tradition that Shenandoah University’s football team closes out its season against Washington and Lee. It’s not a tradition that conjures up many fond memories for the Hornets. SU is 1-5 against the Generals since joining the Old Dominion Athletic Conference ...

SU Football Notebook: Hornets’ defense delivered when needed vs. Guilford

WINCHESTER -- Some of the numbers for Shenandoah University’s defense in Saturday’s win over Guilford weren’t pretty. They hardly ever are for the Hornets. The visiting Quakers put up 47 points, the third-highest total scored against SU this season, and piled up 677 yards of offense in ...

Hornets win big on senior day against Guilford

WINCHESTER -- The past month has been a struggle for Shenandoah University’s football team, but senior quarterback Hayden Bauserman and the rest of the Hornets put on a show in the team’s final home game of 2018 on Saturday afternoon. Bauserman had a record-shattering day against ...

Shenandoah QB Bauserman dazzles in record-shattering performance

WINCHESTER -- It was only fitting that the most prolific passer in Shenandoah University history would save his best performance for his final home game. Senior quarterback Hayden Bauserman, who owns every significant passing record at SU, dazzled fans at Shentel Stadium one final time on ...

Hornets hoping to end slide on senior day against Guilford

WINCHESTER -- You can forget trying to figure out what’s going to happen on the football field in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference each week. Randolph-Macon’s perch atop the conference race has been the only constant in a season filled with parity, as everyone else has beaten up on ...

Despite added emphasis, Hornets still struggling to stop the run

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University’s defense prepared for the 2018 college football season determined to improve against the run. The steps the coaching staff took in an attempt to mitigate the problems in SU’s rush defense haven’t quite had the desired effect as the end of the ...

SU Football Notebook: Hornets took another blow to confidence in loss

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University’s football team had set the initial pieces it needed for a bounce-back victory against Bridgewater College last week. The Hornets wanted to start fast against the Eagles and built a 20-0 lead early in the second quarter. They also forced four turnovers and ...

Mired in a slide, SU seeks turnaround against rival Bridgewater

WINCHESTER – The goals have changed a bit for Shenandoah University’s football team. At the start of the 2018 season, head coach Scott Yoder said one of the Hornets’ highest ambitions was to still be in the hunt for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference at the end of October. That time is ...

SU Football Notebook: Hornets still battling stretches of poor execution

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University football coach Scott Yoder said he left the field after Saturday’s 52-50 loss at Emory & Henry happy with the fight shown by his team, which trailed by 22 points late in the third quarter and by 15 with less than four minutes remaining and had a ...

Hornets’ comeback bid falls short against Emory & Henry

EMORY -- Shenandoah University’s football team saw its comeback bid fall short in a 52-50 loss to Emory & Henry on Saturday afternoon. Shenandoah, which trailed 38-14 early in the third quarter, rallied in the second half and had a chance to tie the game following Hayden ...

Hornets hope to get back to winning brand of football against E&H

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University’s quest for an Old Dominion Athletic Conference football title took another major blow last week, and the Hornets are now tasked with recovering while hitting the road for the first time in seven weeks. Shenandoah, fresh off a 45-14 loss to conference ...

Physical pass coverage giving a typically high-powered SU offense fits

WINCHESTER -- Few football teams have been able to shut down Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman and a high-powered Hornets’ passing game over the past few seasons. Two Old Dominion Athletic Conference schools appear to have found the formula this year. Ferrum and ...

Byrd Jr. helps give Hornets more balanced offensive attack

WINCHESTER - One bright spot for Shenandoah University’s football team on Saturday was the play of freshman Rahsadeen Byrd Jr. The running back had his second straight strong game for the Hornets, which could help give the team a more balanced offense. “It felt good running the ball,” ...

Turnovers haunt Hornets in loss to Yellow Jackets

WINCHESTER - Shenandoah University got off to a slow start against Randolph-Macon College on Saturday and could never recover. The Hornets turned the ball over three times and had a punt blocked in a 45-14 loss to the Yellow Jackets in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference football ...

Hornets have chance to ‘put our name out there again’ vs. Randolph-Macon

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University’s football team got back on track in a blowout win last week. A chance to shake up the picture in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference lies ahead for the Hornets. Shenandoah, fresh off a 59-34 win over Hampden-Sydney, hosts conference leader Randolph-Macon ...