The association of Virginia Sports Information Directors today announced its 2012-13 VaSID College Division All-State Baseball selections with Southern Virginia University junior shortstop Mitch Stevenson earning All-State First Team honors.
In its 2013 season finale, the Southern Virginia University baseball team dropped a tight 2-1 battle on Tuesday to No. 10-seed Pennsylvania College of Technology eliminating the Knights from the USCAA Small College World Series.
Sophomore C.J. Andrus of the Southern Virginia University baseball team was named today to the Capital One Academic All-District First Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Despite a season-high three hits from senior catcher Barrett Price, the Southern Virginia University baseball team suffered a 12-5 loss on Wednesday’s Senior Night to ODAC-affiliate Eastern Mennonite University.
Senior first baseman Trager Hintze had a standout game one recording career-highs with two home runs and seven RBI to lead the Southern Virginia University baseball team in a doubleheader split with Guilford College on Saturday, winning the opener 17-7 before dropping the next game 7-6.
The Southern Virginia University baseball team snapped its four-game losing streak on Wednesday recording 13 runs and 15 hits of offense, more than the nine runs scored during the Knights' slide through the last four contests, in the 13-6 victory at Eastern Mennonite University.
The United States Collegiate Athletic Association today announced senior starting pitcher Ed Greenhalgh as USCAA Baseball Pitcher of the Week due to his performance in last Wednesday’s 5-0 shutout at Ferrum College.
The Southern Virginia University baseball team gave up a two-run lead heading into the bottom of the seventh inning in game one on route to dropping both games of Saturday’s doubleheader 5-4 and 5-3 at Lynchburg College.
Behind nine scoreless innings from senior left-hander Ed Greenhalgh and freshman reliever Jonathan Hodges, the Southern Virginia University baseball team earned a 5-0 victory at USA South-opponent Ferrum College.
Junior shortstop Mitch Stevenson today was selected to play in the Valley Baseball League—an NCAA-sanctioned collegiate summer baseball league—as a member of the Rockbridge Rapids in the summer of 2013.
Behind two consecutive game-winning at-bats from sophomore second baseman C.J. Andrus, the Southern Virginia University baseball team swept Saturday’s twin bill 4-3 and 6-5 in Covington, Va., over USCAA-opponent Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Behind 5.1 innings of shutout ball by senior starting pitcher Ed Greenhalgh, the Southern Virginia University baseball team defeated the Eagles 4-2 in game one and dropped the second contest in a tight 6-5 battle in the 12th inning at future CAC-opponent the University of Mary Washington.
On a day in which a total of 32 hits and 22 runs were registered, including a 3-for-4, four RBI performance from senior outfielder Dale Brown, the Southern Virginia University baseball team won its second straight road contest on Wednesday defeating crosstown rival Washington and Lee University 14-8.
Behind a complete-game, six-strikeout outing from sophomore pitcher Thomas Rudd, the Southern Virginia University baseball team split its doubleheader on Saturday at Virginia Intermont College, dropping game one 8-1 followed by earning a 7-2 win in the final game of the two-day series.
Despite junior shortstop Mitch Stevenson—leading the team with a .652 batting average so far—going 2-for-3 with three RBIs, the Southern Virginia University baseball team lost its third straight road contest 11-7 on Friday at Virginia Intermont College.
Scoring double-digit runs in its fifth straight game, the Southern Virginia University baseball team rallied past New Jersey City University 12-11 on Friday, scoring three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to extend its winning streak to five games.
The Southern Virginia University baseball team pushed a combined 27 runs across home plate as the Knights swept the Friday doubleheader 15-4 and 12-2 over Rochester College in front of a home crowd at Casey Field in Covington, Va.
The Southern Virginia University baseball team swept USCAA-opponent Virginia University of Lynchburg in its home-opening doubleheader on Wednesday 19-0 and 22-2, starting the 2013 year with a 2-0 record.
Entering the 2013 season, the Southern Virginia University baseball team is optimistic about the upcoming spring season and sets its sights on the ten-team USCAA Small College World Series, which will be located at Pullman Park in Butler, Pa.
Junior starting pitcher Tyler King today became the first player in Southern Virginia University baseball's fourteen-year history invited to play in the Valley Baseball League—an NCAA-sanctioned collegiate summer baseball league.