After helping the Knights to their first New Jersey Athletic Conference victory this season, Southern Virginia University football scholar-athletes Jonathan Curtis, Matthew Gregory and Kyler Harris received Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State honors as announced by the organization.
Entering the New Jersey Athletic Conference and facing a difficult schedule as a new member of NCAA Division III, Southern Virginia University first-year head coach Jason Walker and the largest returning senior class in program history had high expectations to meet the challenges to be faced throughout the 2014 season.
Despite a valiant effort by the defense on Senior Day, the Southern Virginia University football team lost a close 10-8 battle to visiting William Paterson University Saturday afternoon at The Fields to complete the 2014 season.
In its final game of the 2014 regular season, Southern Virginia University will host New Jersey Athletic Conference opponent William Paterson University this Saturday at noon for Senior Appreciation Day at The Fields.
After registering a team-high 10 tackles in Saturday’s 28-21 victory over The College of New Jersey at The Fields, Southern Virginia University senior safety Matthew Gregory has been named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
Behind 222 yards through the air and four touchdown passes from quarterback Mitch Stevenson, the Southern Virginia University football team defeated The College of New Jersey, 28-21, for its first win of the 2014 season and first New Jersey Athletic Conference victory in program history Saturday afternoon at The Fields.
Southern Virginia University senior linebacker Robert Robbins was named to the Capital One Academic All-District football team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Thursday afternoon.
Despite trailing by just 10 points at the half and earning more first downs than its opponent, the Southern Virginia University football team fell to host Rowan University by a 25-6 score Saturday afternoon at Coach Wackar Stadium in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Southern Virginia University will travel six hours northeast to Glassboro, New Jersey, as it visits Rowan University on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. This will be the first ever meeting between the two squads.
Playing on its home turf for just the second time, the Southern Virginia University football team fell to visiting Morrisville State by a 47-23 score Saturday afternoon at The Fields in Buena Vista, Virginia.
Southern Virginia University will travel eight hours north to Cortland, New York, as it takes on fellow New Jersey Athletic Conference member SUNY Cortland Saturday afternoon at SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex.
In the first official football game played at The Fields, the Southern Virginia University football team fell in its Homecoming matchup against NJAC opponent Montclair State University, 35-15, Saturday afternoon in Buena Vista, Virginia.
Playing an official game at The Fields for the first time in school history, the Southern Virginia University football team also hosts its first New Jersey Athletic Conference opponent in Montclair State (3-1) Saturday at noon for Homecoming.
Southern Virginia University freshman Tristen Burnett was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Rookie of the Week following his contributions to the team in the Knights’ 28-27 overtime loss at Kean on Saturday.
Competing in its first New Jersey Athletic Conference game, the Southern Virginia University football team fell in overtime to Kean University by a 28-27 score Saturday afternoon at Kean Stadium in Union, N.J.
Facing the No. 4 team in the country for its final non-conference game of the year, the Southern Virginia University football team fell on the road to Wesley College by a 47-7 score Saturday afternoon at Scott Miller Stadium in Dover, Delaware.
Despite two rushing touchdowns by senior Jerry Washington, the Southern Virginia University football team fell short in a comeback bid to visiting Guilford College as the Quakers left Salem Stadium with a 35-27 victory over the Knights Saturday night in Salem, Virginia.
Down 33-7 at the half, a strong second-half showing by the Southern Virginia University football team came up short as the Knights dropped their 2014 season opener at Methodist, 36-21, Saturday afternoon at Monarch Stadium in Fayetteville, N.C.
Heading into its first season as a member of the New Jersey Athletic Conference under the leadership of first-year head coach Jason Walker, it is an understatement to say that the 2014 season marks an era of change and excitement for the Southern Virginia University football program.