Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman was announced on Thursday as a finalist for the Gagliardi Trophy, the Division III equivalent of the Heisman Trophy that encompasses athletics, academics and community service, according to a news release from SU.

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 aren’t ex…

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.

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.

Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman became the ODAC’s career touchdown pass leader with his eight scoring throws against Guilford Saturday. Photo courtesy of Shenandoah UniversityShenandoah University receiver Casey Stewart hauls in a catch during Saturday’s 62-47 win over Gui…

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 Hornets’ seas…

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 chance …

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.

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.

Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman throws a pass during the Hornets’ 45-14 loss to Randolph-Macon College on Saturday at Shentel Stadium in Winchester. Bauserman threw for 297 yards in the loss. Courtesy photoShenandoah University running back Rashadeen Byrd (22) runs through…

Shenandoah University’s Casey Stewart eyes a pass as Hampden-Sydney’s Hunter Carr deflects the ball during first quarter action of Shenandoah’s homecoming game Saturday at Shentel Stadium. Rich Cooley/DailyShenandoah University’s Jalen Hudson finds a huge hole as Hampden-Sydney’s Hunter Carr…

WINCHESTER — Tyler Williams emerged as Shenandoah University’s leading tackler last year, and in his first season as a full-time starter earned second-team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors. The junior linebacker entered 2018 wanting to be more for the Hornets’ defense.

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University’s football team is only a game into Old Dominion Athletic Conference play, and yet the Hornets enter a weekend that could have major implications on their conference title hopes.

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s emphasis on stopping the run yielded improved results during its first three football games of the 2018 season. Saturday’s loss to Ferrum in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener showed that the Hornets’ defense still has some work to do.

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University and Ferrum College have clashed plenty of times on the football field over the last two decades. For the first time since 2011, the two former USA South Athletic Conference members will meet as conference rivals.

Shenandoah University’s Casey Stewart, center, shares a light moment with receivers coach Ben Taylor, left, and teammate Adrian DeNeal, right, during last weekend’s pre-game warmups at Shentel Stadium in Winchester. Rich Cooley/DailyShenandoah University’s receivers coach Ben Taylor, left, c…

Shenandoah University’s Jalen Hudson makes Hobart’s Kyle Hackett miss on a diving tackle attempt during Saturday night’s game at Shentel Stadium in Winchester. Rich Cooley/DailyShenandoah’s Mario Wisdom breaks to the sidelines as Hobart’s Emmett Forde pursues him during this first half run S…

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s up-tempo, pass-heavy offense necessitates depth at the receiver position, and the Hornets are best when quarterback Hayden Bauserman has plenty of targets at his disposal. Jake Wallace took his turn Saturday night as the star QB’s go-to guy.

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team doesn’t start Old Dominion Athletic Conference play for another two weeks, but the Hornets figure they’ll get a pretty good preview tonight of what lies ahead of them.

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University slot receiver Jalen Hudson is most effective when he can use his speed and athleticism in open space, but he’s proving to be quite a weapon when the field shrinks inside the opposing teams’ 10-yard line as well.

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Shenandoah University’s football team picked up a win in its season opener for the fifth straight season, beating Methodist, 48-33, in a non-conference game at Monarch Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team entered preseason camp needing to answer some questions about its offense: How would the Hornets reload their receiving corps? Who would step into the running back rotation? What players would fill out the rest of the offensive line around t…

Shenandoah University’s Casey Stewart caught 32 passes for 478 yards and six touchdowns last season. Photo courtesy of Shenandoah UniversityShenandoah University receiver Justin Ayres, who was granted an extra season of eligibility in 2018, brings experience to a receiving corps that is relo…