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The Hornets “Tackle” Football

By Mariah Graves Shenandoah’s football team’s record as of now is 2-1. They are averaging 51.7 points per game. One star player is Daquan Pridget, a Sophomore, Defensive Back (DB) who received ODAC player of the week and honors from D3football’s Website for his impeccable defensive performance in the first game. The second top player is Mario Wisdom, a Junior,

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Get to Know Kalvin Oliver: SU’s Longest Tenured Football Coach

BY: Noah Stitt and Joseph Achour    Being a coach is more than just blowing a whistle. Coaching is about developing relationships with your players and helping them as they prepare for their futures. In many instances, coaches are former players of their respective sports. That is the case for Coach Kalvin Oliver who just completed his 14th season as an

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Highlights of the 2016 Superbowl

Tessa Climer, Staff Writer

The 50th Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 8, had the second highest rating in Super Bowl history, but it was a little less than an exciting game. For many fans, this game was a chance for Peyton Manning, quarterback of the Denver Broncos to retire from the NFL on a good note. On the other hand, Cam Newton, a young rising quarterback star lead his Panthers to the Super Bowl and had a large fan base coming with him.

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Football looks to continue momentum

Allen Bridge, ‘Doah Staff Writer October 22, 2014 The football team will be looking to carry momentum for the rest of the season after their big win over undefeated Guilford College by a score of 47-31. With the win, S.U. was able to improve their record to 3-2 with wins over Gallaudet, Ferrum and Guilford. With the win, the football

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Systemic changes led to improved season

Nolan Potts, ‘Doah Staff Writer November 20, 2013 Culture is defined as, “the set of shared attitudes, values, goals and practices that characterizes an institution or organization.” When a coaching change takes place, it typically means that the culture needed some type of revamping, and that definitely applies to the Shenandoah football team. When former head coach Paul Barnes was

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Bullying scandal hits NFL

Joe Bittner, ‘Doah Staff Writer November 20, 2013 November is Anti-Bullying Month here at Shenandoah University, sponsored by the Psychology department. In this month, we reflect on the effects bullying has on people of all ages. This sounds like something the Miami Dolphins should do. Richie Incognito, a guard for the Dolphins, has been anything but his name. He has

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Hornets celebrate Homecoming

Hilary Legge, ‘Doah Managing Editor October 23, 2013 Shenandoah University commemorated another year with its 2013 Homecoming Weekend. The events began on Friday, Oct. 18, with the Homecoming Kickoff and Homecoming Court Presentation. The Hornets cheerleaders, as well as the Buzzin’ Dozen Pep Band, were in attendance to celebrate the announcement of the 2013 Homecoming prince and princesses. Among those

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