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Shenandoah’s Most Prolific Passer Looks to Further His Career

By: Andrew Coffman   In the early spring of 2015 after most workouts you would find Hayden Bauserman in his truck, alone. After transferring to SU midway through the 2014-2015 school year Hayden didn’t live on campus and barely knew any of his teammates. “At first it was really intimidating. I didn’t really know anyone and I didn’t really have any

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Chris Oates – Against All Odds

Local Winchester resident Chris Oates thoroughly enjoyed his stand out High School basketball career at Millbrook High before going on to play college basketball. It wasn’t until his Sophomore season when Oates realized he had the talent to play college basketball. He was heavily recruited by a bunch of Division 1 and Division 3 schools such as American University and

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New Coach, New Start For Men’s Soccer

By Alex Horvath Coming off of a tough 6-10-1 record in 2018, Shenandoah Men’s soccer is looking towards new head coach Zack MacDougall to lead them in the right direction. Shenandoah returns multiple key players from last year including Chance Hollins (LB), Sam Fischer (GK), Cody Kilbourn (M), and Andrew Kappel(B). They welcome first year coach Zack MacDougall to the

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2019 Shenandoah Men’s Track and Field Season Preview

By Mariah Graves With the 2019-20 outdoor track season swiftly approaching, this year’s recruiting class for the men’s side is loaded. Junior captain Elijah Morton already believes the team is much more talented than last year and expects a breakthrough.   Indoor Season Highlights: Morton broke the school record for the 60meter dash during this year’s indoor season. Sophomore Jason

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Women’s Lacrosse 2019 Season Preview

By Thomas Graziano Despite graduating five seniors, all of whom were All-ODAC captains last year, SU Women’s Lacrosse head coach Lindsey Lutz is excited for a “fresh start” on the 2019 season.   Lutz is particularly excited about the addition of Taylor Paige,a new full-time assistant coach who has come to SU from ODAC rival Bridgewater College.   The Hornets

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2019 Season Preview Shenandoah Football

By Gustavo Gonzalez It’s year one without standout NFL draft prospect Hayden Bauserman for the Shenandoah Hornets, but there is still a lot of firepower head coach Scott Yoder can showcase. After a sit down with the associate head coach, Brock McCullough Hornet fans shouldn’t be too concerned about the loss at the QB position, because we have a star-studded

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Big Risks Equal Big Rewards For International Students

By Chris Oates Shenandoah University students call many different places home. Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, and various parts of Virginia are the hotspots for incoming freshmen and transfers. While most of us can make a simple 2 hour drive back home over a long weekend or for christmas break, other students aren’t so lucky.   According to Lora Steiner, The

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Baseball Season Preview

By Harry Wall Coming hot off the 2018 season, Hornets Men’s Baseball has their expectations set high once again as Shenandoah’s most winningest team in the last 10 years (.724) eyes down back to back ODAC Championships. Despite falling short in the Mid-East Regional Championship last year, Head Coach Kevin Anderson still believes that “first and foremost we attempt to

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