The Southern Virginia University baseball team took on St. Mary’s College of Maryland in the final home regular-season Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader on Saturday afternoon, losing the first game 14-6, and winning the second 17-7 on senior day.
After a tough and windy day at the 5811-yard Palmer Course at Bay Creek Golf Resort, the Southern Virginia University women's golf team sits in third place in the Capital Athletic Conference Championships.
After narrowly falling 4-3 in game one against Wesley College, the Southern Virginia University softball team took game two, 9-8 for its third Capital Athletic Conference win of the season and a final home victory for seniors Mollie Gabbert and Katierose Helems.
After over five hours on court, the Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team was narrowly defeated by Capital Athletic Conference foe York College of Pennsylvania, 5-4 in the final home match of the regular season. Before the match, Director of Operations Ashley Adamson was recognized for her contributions to the program over the last four years, as a player and staff member.
The Southern Virginia University track and field team had a strong showing over the weekend when they competed in the Doc Jopson Invitational at Bridgewater College on Friday and Wildcat Invitational at Randolph College on Saturday. The Knights improved set several program-best marks on their way to nine victories.
After making history with Southern Virginia University's first NCAA national ranking, the men's volleyball program earned Continental Volleyball Conference accolades with freshman Nahuel Recabarren named Rookie of the Year and Paul Clark and Daniel Aina named to the All-CVC first and second teams, respectively.
Southern Virginia University track & field's Mesi Havea was named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Field Athlete of the Week on Tuesday after winning both the discus and shot put events at the Battleground Relays.
The Southern Virginia softball team had a field day on Tuesday, posting 24-0 and 16-0 wins over Trinity (D.C.) behind Megan Harmon’s perfect game in game one, and Melanie Peyton’s no-hitter in game two.