Department Continues Radio DealShenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Doug Zipp announced Thursday that the department will continue its audio broadcast agreement with The River 95.3 - WZRV-FM through the end...Full Story
Morse Leads All-State SelectionsRising senior Colin Morse headlines five baseball players earning Virginia State Sports Information Directors Association All-State honors in selections announced Tuesday by the organization.Full Story
SUAA Membership Drive OpensOn behalf of the student-athletes, coaches and staff of Shenandoah Athletics, I would like to thank all of our Shenandoah University Athletic Association (SUAA) contributors for their past support and commitment to our program. The 2011-12 athletic year provided many exciting and memorable moments.
Hubbard Tabbed for Tennis PositionShenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wayne Edwards announced Wednesday the appointment of Larry Hubbard as the Hornets new head mens and womens tennis coach.
Pelster Promoted to Associate ADShenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wayne Edwards announced Thursday that he has promoted Sarah Pelster to Associate Athletics Director for Administrative Services.
Van Sickler Earns PoW HonorRising senior Greg Van Sickler has been named Valley League Pitcher of the Week in selections announced Monday afternoon by the VBL office.
Head Out to the BallparkAs part of its celebration of 50 years in Winchester, Shenandoah University is offering free admission to an upcoming Winchester Royals Valley League baseball game.
Seven Earn All-MAC AcademicShenandoah University had seven student-athletes named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll in selections announced recently by the league.
Hoops Releases SchedulesShenandoah University will have a total of 27 home basketball games this coming winter in tentative men's and women's basketball schedules released recently.
Rader Added to AT StaffShenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wayne Edwards and Head Athletics Trainer Mike Kotelnicki announced Thursday the addition of Josh Rader as an assistant athletics trainer.
Wigley Appointed Faculty RepShenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons announced Friday the appointment of Dr. Brian Wigley as the universitys Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR).
Baseball Sixth in ABCA PollShenandoah University finishes the 2010 baseball season as the nation's No. 6 team in a poll released Thursday afternoon by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
All-USA South Academic AnnouncedShenandoah University had 94 student-athletes earn USA South All-Academic honors in selections announced Thursday by the conference office.
Hornets Finish SeventhShenandoah University finished seventh in the D3baseball.com Top 25 poll released Wednesday evening by the website.
Football Schedule Card ReleasedThe Shenandoah University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced Tuesday that 2010 football schedule cards are available.
Reflections on a Championship SeasonA little more than 24 hours ago, the Shenandoah University baseball season came to an end with a 7-4 loss to No. 1 in the nation Johns Hopkins University.
Hopkins Ends Hornets RunNo. 1/1 Johns Hopkins ended No. 7/9 Shenandoah Universitys 2010 baseball season with a 7-4 win Saturday afternoon in an elimination game at the NCAA Baseball Championships.
Titans Take OpenerCentral Regional champion Illinois Wesleyan sent No. 7/9 Shenandoah University into the losers bracket of the 2010 NCAA Division III Baseball Championships with a 7-5 win Friday night in the final game of day one.
Another Full Day in AppletonDay two of the Shenandoah University appearance at the 2010 NCAA Baseball Championships featured a pair of practices and two players earning first team All-America honors.
Follow the Hornets in AppletonShenandoah University baseball fans will have a variety of ways of following the Hornets at the NCAA National Championships beginning Friday evening at 8:45 p.m. EDT.
First Day in AppletonNo. 7/9 Shenandoah University had a full day Wednesday as the Hornets traveled to the nations heartland in preparation for their second straight appearance in the NCAA Division III National baseball Championships.
Anderson, Van Sickler Lead All-RegionShenandoah University had six players and one coach honored with All-Region selections in picks announced Tuesday by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Van Sickler Named Academic All-AmericaJunior baseball player Greg Van Sickler has been named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America in selections announced Tuesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Championship PreviewOf all 88 championships offered by the NCAA, Division III baseball has gone longer without a repeat champion than any other.
Championship Field SetThe 2010 NCAA Baseball Championship field is set and Shenandoah University is slated for the final game on day one of the eight-team tourney.
Champions!Shenandoah University claimed its second straight South Region Baseball title Saturday afternoon with a 6-4 victory over Salisbury University.
Baseball Downs Mary WashingtonShenandoah University will have two chances to make a return trip to the Division III Baseball National Championships after downing Mary Washington Friday morning in the winners bracket final of the Fayetteville Regional.
Hornets Eliminate York (Pa.)No. 7/9 Shenandoah University won its second game of the Fayetteville baseball Regional Thursday afternoon, eliminating York (Pa.) with a 9-6 win.
Two Earn All-District HonorsShenandoah University had two student-athletes earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III honors in selections announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Baseball Soars Over EaglesThe Shenandoah University baseball team opened up the 2010 Fayetteville Regional tournament Wednesday morning with an 11-1 win over Bridgewater.
Follow the Hornets in FayettevilleShenandoah University baseball fans will have a variety of ways of following the Hornets at the Fayetteville Regional beginning Wednesday morning at 11 a.m.
Baseball Moves Up A SpotShenandoah University improved its ranking by one position in the week 12 D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25 baseball poll released Tuesday morning by D3baseball.com.
Headed to FayettevilleShenandoah University has been selected to the Fayetteville (N.C.) Regional of the 2010 NCAA Baseball Championships in selections announced Monday morning by the NCAA.
Baseball No. 1 in SouthThe Shenandoah University baseball team will enter Selection Sunday as the No. 1 team in the South Evaluation Region following rankings announced Thursday by the NCAA.
Baseball Improves Three SpotsShenandoah University improved three spots in the week 11 D3baseball.com/NCBWA Top 25 baseball poll released Tuesday morning by the website.
Women Sixth at MAC OutdoorThe Shenandoah University men's and women's track & field teams wrapped up their respective 2010 outdoor seasons Saturday afternoon with a pair of top 10 finishes at the MAC Championships hosted by Widener University.
Four Earn All-MAC HonorsShenandoah University continued its strong performance at the 2010 MAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships by having four student-athletes earn All-League honors Friday afternoon.
Baseball Remains at Top of SouthThe Shenandoah University baseball team is once again the No. 1 squad in the South Evaluation Region in rankings announced Thursday afternoon by the NCAA.
Three Named Academic All-DistrictShenandoah University had three baseball student-athletes earn ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors in selections announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Plaugher Earns Academic HonorJunior Ashley Plaugher has been named to the ESPN The Magazine first team Academic All-District III in selections announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Track Opens MAC ChampionshipsJunior Brandi Sobanko led Shenandoah University Thursday on day one of the MAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships hosted by Widener University.