Men's Hoops Hosts RandolphThe Shenandoah University men’s basketball team returns to action Saturday afternoon with a 2 p.m. ODAC contest versus Randolph College.
Yergin Named State Rookie of the YearFreshman Emily Yergin leads two Shenandoah University selections to the VaSID College Division All-State team in selections announced Wednesday by the organization.
Levins Takes Trip to South KoreaSophomore men’s lacrosse player Orlando Levins recently had an opportunity to represent Shenandoah University on a trip to South Korea.
St. Mary's Rallies for VictoryHost St. Mary’s of Maryland used a strong fourth quarter to rally for a 62-52 non-league women’s basketball victory over Shenandoah Monday evening.
Indoor Track Posts Two Wins in OpenerThe Shenandoah University men’s and women’s indoor track & field teams had two wins Saturday to key a strong performance at the first-ever Bast-Cregger Invitational hosted by Roanoke College.
Men's Hoops Falls in OvertimeHost N.C. Wesleyan hit four 3-pointers and its first 13 free throws of overtime on its way to a 95-91 men’s basketball victory over Shenandoah Saturday in the final game of the Roger Taylor Classic.
Wasps Sting Women's HoopsHost Emory and Henry College continued its strong start to the 2016-17 women’s basketball season with a 103-43 ODAC victory over Shenandoah Saturday afternoon.
Men's Hoops Drops Tournament OpenerGreensboro College rained down a host of 3-pointers Friday night to key a 100-74 non-league men’s basketball victory over Shenandoah University in the opening game of the 2016 Roger Taylor Tournament Friday evening.
Indoor Track & Field Opens SaturdayThe Shenandoah University indoor track & field teams open up their seasons tomorrow at the first-ever Bast-Cregger Open hosted by Roanoke College.
Beyond the Arc Vol. 5 No. 1Freshman McKenzie Mathis joins the blog writing team this winter to bring us an inside look at the women's basketball program. She is an exercise science major from Walkersville, Maryland and will be writing about the women's hoops program each week this season.
Women Fall in Rose City ChampionshipMiddlebury College combined a hot shooting night with a dominating performance on the glass to earn the Rose City Classic championship with a 74-39 victory over Shenandoah Sunday afternoon.
Women's Hoops Advances to ChampionshipThe Shenandoah University women’s basketball team will play for the 2016 Rose City Classic championship after downing tournament host Drew University 77-61 Saturday night.
Men's Hoops Falls in ChampionshipVisiting Hood College used a dominating performance in the paint to win the Body Renew Winchester Classic championship with a 71-68 victory over Shenandoah Saturday afternoon.
Men's Basketball Extinguishes PhoenixThe Shenandoah University men’s basketball team advanced to the 2016 Body Renew Classic championship game with an 82-47 victory over Wilson College Friday evening.
Eight Second Swarm: Vol. 3 No. 3Sophomore Morgan Payne is in her first year of blogging about the field hockey program, and in her final installment of the fall, she recaps a historic two weeks for the program.
From the Corner, Vol. 3 No. 6Seniors Averi Rosena and Alysha McCleaf are in their third year of blogging about the women's soccer team. This week, in their final blog, the two look back on the final week of their season.
Men's Basketball Downs ShoremenThe Shenandoah University men’s basketball team earned a 68-61 non-league victory over Washington (Md.) College in the season opener Tuesday night for both schools.
Women's Hoops Opens with WinThe Shenandoah University women’s basketball team opened up its season with a win for the second time in three seasons under Melissa Smeltzer-Kraft’s direction with a 64-59 non-league victory over Goucher Tuesday evening.
Women's Hoops Opens TuesdayThe Shenandoah University women’s basketball team opens up its 2016-17 season Tuesday night in a 7 p.m. non-league contest versus Goucher College.
Men's Hoops Opens at Norfolk StateThe Shenandoah University men’s basketball team opened up its 2016-17 season Sunday evening with a 78-58 exhibition loss to Division I Norfolk State.
Generals Run Past FootballHost Washington and Lee scored on its first five possessions Saturday to down Shenandoah, 59-42, in the ODAC football season finale for both schools.