Snider Receives Academic All-State HonorsThe association of Virginia Sports Information Directors today announced its 2011 VaSID Academic All-State selections honoring six Southern Virginia University scholar-athletes.
Johnson, Snider Named to VaSID All-State TeamSouthern Virginia University senior Jake Johnson (Phoenix, Ariz.) and junior Andrew Snider (Lancaster, Calif.) today were named to the 2011 VaSID All-State Second Team (College Division) as voted on by the association of Virginia Sports Information Directors.
Southern Virginia Places Second at Small College World SeriesAfter advancing to the finals of the 2011 USCAA Small College World Series on Wednesday afternoon against defending champions Briarcliffe College, the Southern Virginia University baseball team lost two consecutive games to the Bulldogs 11-9 and 6-2, placing second in the tournament.
Alexander's Walk-Off Grand Slam Lifts Knights Past RochesterBrandon Alexander hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the tenth inning early Monday morning lifting the Southern Virginia University baseball team over Rochester College 7-4 in its opening game at the 2011 USCAA Small College World Series.
Six Knights Receive All-American HonorsThe United States Collegiate Athletic Association today announced its All-American and Academic All-American selections for the 2011 baseball season honoring six members of the Southern Virginia University team.
Knights Take One Back from Eastern MennoniteThe Southern Virginia University baseball team avenged one of its five losses this season with a 7-5 victory Friday night over Eastern Mennonite University at Casey Field in Covington, Va.
Dalton Nearly Throws No-Hitter in Win Over IntermontSouthern Virginia University freshman fireballer Britt Dalton (Silverton, N. Mex.) came up three outs short from throwing a no-hitter as he pitched a one-hit gem en route to a 4-0 victory for the Knights over Virginia Intermont.
Johnson Shines as Knights Sweep Washington AdventistLed by another stellar afternoon from senior-captain Jake Johnson, the Southern Virginia University baseball team continued its best season in program history with a 3-1, 9-7 sweep over Washington Adventist University during Friday’s home doubleheader.
Knights Lose First Double-Header Of The SeasonDespite outhitting Averett University, including 5-doubles in the two games, the Southern Virginia University baseball team could not get the winning runs, and lost the first double-header of the season, 4-5 & 1-2.
Baseball Rolls Past MontreatThe Southern Virginia University baseball team used 27-runs to overwhelm hosts Montreat College, 10-4 & 17-1 in a double-header.
Knights Split With PSGA, Take Series 3-1The Southern Virginia University baseball team used 2-home runs in the first game for a 12-0 victory over Penn St. -Greater Allegheny, before falling in the second game, 3-4, to split the double-header, and take the series against the Lions, 3-1.
Baseball Sweeps Past GeneralsIn totaling 24-hits in the double-header the Southern Virginia University baseball team accomplished history in taking three game from the Generals of Washington & Lee, 11-9 & 7-4.
Baseball Records First Win Of The SeasonBehind stellar pitching from Darrel Brown, the Southern Virginia University baseball team was able to mount a comeback to overcome 3-run deficit, and record the first win of the season, 5-4, over hosts Averett.