BY: Bethany Melvin Adam Walsh, Winchester native and James Wood High School graduate, has come back to his roots to coach his hometown college basketball team. Before deciding to come home, Walsh […]
By: Monica Baranko Students, faculty, and Winchester locals all gathered on a cold Wednesday night to celebrate the opening of the new James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics and Events Center at Shenandoah University. […]
Senior Malcolm Clark led in points among both teams, putting 26 points on the board, for a total of 479 this season, in his final game for Shenandoah.
Shenandoah’s intramural sports organization held a free throw and three pointer shoot-out on Wednesday in Shingleton Gymnasium.
Shenandoah’s men’s basketball team lost a close game to the first-ranked Randolph-Macon College on Wednesday with a final score of 73-80.
The Shenandoah women’s basketball team lost Saturday to Lynchburg College 44 to 73, in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) showdown in Lynchburg, Va.
The Shenandoah University men’s basketball team prevailed on the road at Randolph College on Saturday, with a final score of 65 to 62.
The Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball team fell in a close match to Eastern Mennonite University on Wednesday with a final score of 101 to 95.
Shenandoah University Lady Hornets fell to the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Royals on Wednesday with a score of 74 to 45.
The Shenandoah men’s basketball team fell to Randolph-Macon University on Wednesday with a score of 47 to 74 in a 7 p.m. in-conference matchup.
The women’s basketball team lost to Randolph-Macon University Tuesday in a 56 to 75 game.
Although the team has a history of losing to Goucher College, the ladies came out on top with a score of 64-59 in their home opener.
Zadok Miller, Staff Writer
The Wildcats are now national champions for the first time since 1985, when they finished 66-64 against the Georgetown Hoyas.
Rachel Levy, Staff Writer
Men’s basketball will likely be playing their last game of the season this Tuesday, against team number five in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), Emory & Henry College. Shenandoah was ranked number twelve, last in the ODAC, after winning only six games this season, and only three in conference games.
Rachel Levy, Staff Writer
This season the men’s basketball team has been off to a slow start. They lost their first game, but bounced back to take a two game win streak, only to match those wins with a two game losing streak. Their last win was last semester on Nov. 28 when they beat Franciscan at the BB&T Classic.