Southern Virginia University Vice President and Director of Athletics Jason Lamb today announced women’s field hockey as the newest sport offered by the University, beginning as a club sport with the intent to become an NCAA program in 2019. Camille Lamb will serve as the team’s first head coach.
Southern Virginia University men's tennis player Paul Monson was named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State second team this season, becoming the first player in program history to earn an All-State honor.
Southern Virginia University first baseman Cole Critchfield was named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State second team after a successful sophomore season and earning All-Capital Athletic Conference first team honors.
A record-breaking 1,514 student-athletes were named to the Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic Team this year, including 130 student-athletes from Southern Virginia University, the highest number of honorees the university has seen.
The Southern Virginia University baseball team recently completed a historic year filled with both team and individual accomplishments. The Knights finished with an overall record of 18-18 and went 9-9 in CAC competition.
The Southern Virginia University men’s tennis team finished its third-straight winning season with the best record since joining the Capital Athletic Conference, 17-5. Freshman Paul Monson and sophomore Ben Spencer were named to the All-CAC Second Team Singles, becoming the first Knights in program history to earn the honor.
The Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team recorded one of the best seasons in program history, finishing with a 14-7 record, the second-most wins in program history, and the second Capital Athletic Conference playoff appearance.
Southern Virginia University head football coach Ed Mulitalo has named Nate Lealao and Rob McCoy co-defensive coordinators, filling the void left as Mulitalo stepped into the head coach position on March 30.
The Capital Athletic Conference today announced the men’s and women’s track & field All-CAC teams, featuring Southern Virginia University’s individual champions Derek Blasko and Mesi Havea on the first team. The Knights’ Clarissa Barton earned All-CAC Second Team honors during the indoor season.
The Southern Virginia University track and field team made history once again this weekend on day two of the Capital Athletic Conference outdoor championships. The Knights captured their second individual title of the weekend as Mesi Havea won the discus, to go along with several record-breaking performances.